VirtualTahoe.com gives parents a break by putting together a few ideas that might come in handy while planning a family trip to Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
The whole family will love a weekend getaway to Lake Tahoe, and parents won’t have to worry about any “mom - I’m - bored”, because Lake Tahoe during the fall gives kids an array of exciting activities. VirtualTahoe.com gives parents a break by putting together a few ideas that might come in handy while planning a family trip to Lake Tahoe.
WIth the possibility of weather coming in early this year, the editors recommend taking the next few weeks to enjoy the calm forecast while it lasts. Take the kids fishing, kayaking around the lake, and horseback riding before the snow starts.
Fishing is probably the most quintessential parent/child bonding experience, so cast that line and reel in the memories. Action Water Sports of Incline Village offers guided fishing charters and boat rentals. Kids will remember the day that “me and dad” caught a fish on Lake Tahoe for the rest of their lives.
Whether taking a guided fishing charter, or opting to DIY by renting a boat, fishing in Lake Tahoe is one of those things that must be done, and the kids will think it is a blast.
With winter just around the bend, Lake Tahoe vacationers need to quickly think about taking advantage of the quiet fall season and hop in a kayak! Renting a kayak or paddle boat gives kids and parents the opportunity to do something together, and even work together to propel through the lake.
With little time left to enjoy fun watersports on the lake, Lake Tahoe travelers should quickly hop in a boat and enjoy the beautiful fall season.
Lake Tahoe is known for unbeatable scenery and exploration opportunities. From the Tahoe Rim Trail to less strenuous (we all know kids can be asked to hike 150 miles around the lake) options. Lake Tahoe hiking will have kids feeling like little Daniel Boones. With no better landscape for adventuring, Lake Tahoe’s extensive hiking trails are perfect for kids of any age.
The editors of VirtualTahoe.com recommend trying one of the many trails in Emerald Bay State park, or the trail to Angora Lake in South Lake (home to what is said to be the best lemonade in Lake Tahoe).
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