Rental Homes Secluded in North Lake Tahoe Forests
With the crystal-clear Lake Tahoe serving as the area's glittering centerpiece, RedAwning.com's properties just north of the lake complement those exploring the surrounding mountain terrain. After a day on the slopes or snowshoeing through the Tahoe National Forest, a cozy lodging decked out in modern amenities makes for the ideal spot to relax on the couch and mend sore muscles next to a warm fire. RedAwning.com’s Lake Tahoe vacation-rental properties provide an homey spot to reenergize after a family capitalizes on the exhausting amount of year-round activities the area offers—from fishing at Lake Tahoe in the summer to ice-skating at the Village at Northstar in the winter to shopping at the nearby Old West–influenced town of Truckee.
Each individual lodge sleeps at least six guests and boasts unique characteristics; click here to see the North Lake Tahoe properties valid with this deal. Groupon holders also receive discounted snowboard and ski rentals booked through RedAwning.com.
RedAwning.com’s Basque Northstar House features rustic décor, a stone fireplace, and picturesque views. Wood-paneled walls and gingham accents mark the roomy Ponderosa Drive Home, which includes a back porch with a private hot tub overlooking lush evergreens. The Feather Ridge Condo overlooks the pines in Martis Valley and comes with a Nintendo for a short break from nature. A complimentary shuttle runs to nearby Village at Northstar, an ideal spot to melt s'mores by a crackling campfire or etch s'mores recipes into the ice on a 9,000-square-foot skating rink.
Lake Tahoe: Outdoor Paradise with Abundant Winter Activities
Known for its breathtakingly translucent surface, Lake Tahoe stretches its waters through California and Nevada with 72 miles of shoreline. The mountainous Sierra Nevada landscape attracts skiers and snowboarders, who glide down powdery slopes on several local resorts. Crowds of all ages gather at North Lake Tahoe's various special events, which range from wine and food festivals to rock concerts and mountain-lifting competitions, and nearby historical sites pay homage to Tahoe's past as a Native American settlement. Nearby Truckee is a western railroad town with trendy boutiques and fine-dining establishments tucked against local dive bars and souvenir stores on the town’s main road.