FAQs - North Tahoe & COVID-19

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Re-opening, Reservations & Cleaning 

Q: Are vacation [short-term] rentals open in North Lake Tahoe?

A: Our collection of 65 luxury vacation rentals are situated in two counties around Lake Tahoe. Therefore, re-opening is a little diffferent in each area. All of our vacation rentals are located in California and will reopen when we complete Stage 2 and move into Stage 3 of reopening, deemed by Governor Newsom. Stays of 31 days or longer are not restricted by stages and are currently available.

Q: Can I book a Lake Tahoe vacation rental for this summer?

A: Tahoe Rental Company is accepting summer reservations with the understanding that if your arrival date lands prior to the state moving to Stage 3, your booking may be cancelled and refunded.

Q: What are your cleaning standards for your homes?

A: We are closely following CDC Guidelines for cleaning and sanitation and have detailed our new processes here.

Activities & Events

Q: Are Lake Tahoe beaches open?

A: Sand Harbor beach is open. California state park beaches are beginning to open.

Q: Can I bring my boat to Lake Tahoe?

A: Currently, Tahoe-resident only boats are allowed in Lake Tahoe. A phased timeline for non-residental boats may be available soon. Please be sure to check Governor Newsom's re-opening plans. However, there are many boat rentals, charters and cruises available. 

Q: Are Lake Tahoe restaurants open?

A: Almost every restaurant in both California and Nevada are open for take-out services. Some restaurants are offering dine-in servce. Stores have reopened and many offer curbside pick up.

Q: Which Lake Tahoe summer 2020 events have been cancelled?

Most major summer events have been cancelled to prevent large public gatherings. Unfortunately, the 4th of July fireworks and celebrations have been cancelled, as well as Shakespeare on the Lake Festival and the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Eleganceto name a few.