180 Elks Point Rd.
Zephyr Cove, NV 89448
South Lake Tahoe, Nevada - an area made famous by its beautiful lakes and heavenly skiing. Spend your days boating, fishing or swimming in the summer or on the slopes skiing or snowboarding in the winter. South Shore Lake Tahoe is a sublime mix, with big-city entertainment tucked into the beautiful snow-capped Sierra Mountains. It’s where people go to rejuvenate their spirit, rediscover their family, relax in scenic splendor-and do a little gambling.
WorldMark South Shore is poised to take full advantage of Lake Tahoe’s charms. Skiing, water skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, jeep adventures and cruises are all part of the fun. The resort is just a 10-minute walk from Nevada Beach State Park and a six-minute drive from the Gondola at Heavenly or the casinos in Stateline. Sound heavenly? Get reacquainted with life.
This resort comes with everything you need for a picturesque and relaxing get-away. Seasonal outdoor swimming pool, outdoor spas, game room, hiking, biking and cross-country ski trails.
These units come complete with a fully equipped kitchen with microwave and dishwasher, washer and dryer, gas fireplace, telephone, gas barbecue, cable TV with VCR/DVD player and stereo system with CD player.
Lake Tahoe is one of the most photographed lakes in the world, and is the largest alpine lake in North America. A scenic 72-mile driving tour around the lake will allow you to discover the best vantage points and popular beaches. In South Lake Tahoe, you’ll find plenty of shopping. Satisfy your urge to browse and take advantage of great deals at numerous boutiques, specialty shops, casino shops and manufacturer outlet stores.
Once around the south end of the lake, you’ll spot the glittering playground of Lake Tahoe, with its 24-hour casinos. Caesars at Tahoe, Harveys, Harrah’s, the Lakeside Inn and the Horizon are just some of the hot spots. For a fascinating glimpse into Tahoe’s history, visit the 74-acre Tallac Historical Site. The Tallac Museum features the 19th-century gaming world of Elias J. “Lucky” Baldwin. The Lake Tahoe Visitors Center is also located here.
Emerald Bay State Park, on the southwest side of the lake, offers spectacular views of the mountains, the lake, Fannette Island and Vikingsholm Castle. Built by wealthy heiress Lora Knight in 1929, Vikingsholm is a 38-room Scandinavian stone castle, patterned after an 800 A.D. Norse fortress.
Our nation’s largest historic landmark, Virginia City, retains a distinctly western flavor that will transport you back in time. Visitors can walk along its wooden boardwalks, enjoy shopping for souvenirs, and tour mines, museums and restored mansions. Carson City, Nevada’s state capital, offers guided tours of more than a dozen historic homes. The Nevada State Museum is also here, one of the 10 best regional museums in the Western United States.
One of the best places to begin discovering Lake Tahoe is at the U.S. Forest Service Visitor Center on Hwy 89. Here you will find free maps of the area, brochures on local attractions, interpretive programs and trailhead information. To get an aerial view of the lake, take a ride on the Aerial Tram at Heavenly Ski Resort. This two-mile-long journey stops halfway up the mountain and delivers
enchanting views of Lake Tahoe and the surrounding area. At the summit, relax over a meal at the Monument Park Restaurant, or walk along scenic hiking trails.
|Check-in Location:||The check-in office is located in the lobby of the resort.|
|Office Hours:||24 hours (775) 588-2388|
|Check-in Time:||4:00 p.m.|
|Checkout Time:||12:00 noon|
|Checkout:||Upon departure, please leave your keys at the front desk.|