Labor Day weekend 2014 in South Lake Tahoe

 

Labor Day weekend is near and there are so many options to enjoy your holiday here in South Lake Tahoe!

 

Fireworks
You wont want to miss these events!

Labor Day Weekend Fireworks Extravaganza – Sunday, August 31st – Labor Day pyrotechnic exhibition explodes over Lake Tahoe after dusk and features a variety of patterns, lights, designs and shapes. The show features a simultaneous music broadcast that can be heard on local stations KRLT-FM 93.9 and KOWL-AM 1490. Approximately 8:30 PM.

Labor Day Weekend Fireworks Show at Edgewood Tahoe – Plan to enjoy an amazing Labor Day buffet and watch the fireworks show front and center from the beach and decks at Edgewood Tahoe’s clubhouse. Sunday, August 31st at 6pm. This is an exclusive event with limited tickets available.

Sample the Sierra Festival, a Farm to Fork event celebrating the Sierra Nevada Region – Annual “Sample the Sierra,” a farm-to-fork festival celebrating the best food, wine, and art in the Sierra Nevada. Look forward to sampling award winning wines from the Sierra foothills including wines from returning vintners such as David Girard Vineyards, Shadow Ranch Winery, and Crystal Basin Cellars. Peruse booths with unique handmade products including jewelry, alpaca apparel, herbs, spices and gourmet chocolates. Enjoy live entertainment including music, storytellers and cooking demonstrations. Food & wine lovers alike are invited to “Sample the Sierra” on Sunday August 31st, 2014. The festival will be held on Ski Run Boulevard in South Lake Tahoe, from 12pm to 5pm.

 

Best locations to watch the fireworks:

•    Nevada Beach: Located about two miles east of the Nevada casinos on Elk Point Road, Nevada Beach is the ideal setting for a family barbecue at the beach. A wide, sandy shoreline leads down to the sapphire waters of Lake Tahoe. Charcoal barbecues and picnic tables dot the beach. The view of the fireworks display is one of the best in town.

•    Tahoe Queen and M.S. Dixie II: The view from the lake is probably the most spectacular. The Tahoe Queen and M.S. Dixie II: South Shore’s two Mississippi paddlewheelers offer a unique opportunity to view the light show from the water. Both feature live entertainment and fantastic views of the evening’s display.

•    Timber Cove Marina: Offering front row seating that fills up fast.

•    Bijou Community Park: Set back from the shoreline and boasts a skate park, disc golf course, dog park, golf course, and playground to keep the whole family entertained while holding your ideal viewing spot

•    The Tallac Historic Site: Off Emerald Bay Road, has an east-view perspective with nearby Baldwin Beach. For the more adventurous, the top of Mount Tallac offers a bird’s eye view of the fireworks extravaganza, but don’t forget your headlamp for the trek back down.

•    Lakeview Commons/El Dorado Beach:  Corner of Hwy 50 and Lakeview Ave.

 

There’s so many more ways you can enjoy this weekend specially when you get to spend time with friends and family, have a nice BBQ, go to the lake and have a blast! Have a wonderful holiday!!

 


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