The North Lake Tahoe destination has worked with local businesses and county officials to answer these questions through a video series and Know Before You Go guide. These will help get you up-to-speed on what to know when you’re ready to plan your next adventure to our mountain paradise.
SHOP LOCAL. SHOP SMALL. HELP SUPPORT NORTH LAKE TAHOE BUSINESSES DURING COVID-19.
When you buy a gift card from a North Lake Tahoe vendor, you help a locally-owned small business to stay afloat during this challenging time—and add an exciting activity to your bucket list. Everyone wins!
Did you know that you can experience all sorts
of Tahoe treasures right from the comfort of your own home? It’s true! Just check out this list of virtual experiences.
There are a number of podcasts that are produced or take place in Tahoe, you can break a sweat with virtual CrossFit, yoga and pilates classes, explore scientific videos, diagrams and more (at a distance) from the Tahoe Science Center in Incline, as well as take writing, gardening workshops and so much more.
This event is part of The US Lacrosse Sanctioning Program, which provides best practices for tournament operators in order to create a more safe and consistent event. Through the adoption of the Sanctioned Tournament Standards, tournaments commit to providing the best possible lacrosse experience.
All tournament participants must be current US Lacrosse members in order to participate. US Lacrosse membership numbers will be collected and verified when completing tournament waivers. If you are not currently a member, or your membership is set to expire during the event, please visit US Lacrosse to register.