Meeks Bay Resort & Marina

The resort offers direct beach access, a grill-style restaurant and free parking. Recreational facilities include boat and bike rentals, beach volleyball, lake tours and fishing, along with hiking trails.

If you’re looking for a place to stay on Lake Tahoe, Meeks Bay Resort is bound to have something you like. This rustic wilderness resort has cozy suites and pine cabins which have full kitchens or kitchenettes, as well as living areas and lake views. There’s also a 3-bedroom house and a 7-bedroom mansion, plus camping and RV sites if you want to rough it. The resort offers direct beach access for your convenience and a grill-style restaurant. You’ll always have something to do, as their recreational facilities include boat and bike rentals, beach volleyball, lake tours and fishing, along with hiking trails.  The summer season will run from Mid-May through Mid-October (weather permitting)

  • Address 7941 Emerald Bay Road, Tahoma, CA 96142
  • Phone 530-525-6946 or 877-326-3357
  • Website Meeks Bay Resort & Marina
  • Best Feature Direct beach access
  • Cabins
  • Camping
  • Restaurant

Travel Interstate 80 to Truckee, take Exit 185 to State Route 89 south to Tahoe City.  Turn right onto West Lake Boulevard,  which will turn into Emerald Bay Road, go 11.4 miles to Meeks Bay Resort.

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