North Lake Tahoe is a linked set of unique lakefront communities: Carnelian Bay, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach, and Crystal Bay; known as Tahoe’s “Bay to Bay” district. The communities are connected by the common threads of a shared shoreline, open lake views, brilliant sunshine, and a family-friendly atmosphere in a pedestrian-oriented environment. It’s a place where one can enjoy lake and land recreation, retail shops, historic sites, arts and culture. These communities work to create an economically vibrant climate and to ensure sustainable and environmentally sensitive growth where residents and visitors enjoy a diverse mountain lakeshore lifestyle.
Crystal Bay’s casinos and hotels are brimming with entertainment, nightlife, gaming, and dining. Kings Beach, nestled in a park-like setting, has an economically and culturally diverse downtown complemented by an expansive public beach, thriving shops, restaurants, a conference center, and year round events. Tahoe Vista is lined with sandy beaches, easy lake access, a variety of lodging options, fine dining and an all season regional park. Carnelian Bay features wide-open lake views, small businesses, dog-friendly beaches, a marina and peaceful neighborhoods. For more community information and history, click here.
The communities of North Lake Tahoe provide a strong economic climate in which to live, work and play.