5 Great Places to Take Your Dog in the Winter
1. Tahoe Cross Country Center
Groomed cross-country ski area with lake views & a cozy lodge for light bites & equipment rentals. Tahoe Cross Country welcomes dogs to join their owners while they cross country ski. As long as our dog remains under your voice they are permitted to run free.
2. Alibi Ale Works
Alibi Ale Works is a local craft brewery that is enjoyed by owners and dogs alike. Alibi has a wide range of rotating beers that are brewed with Lake Tahoe Water. Dogs are required to be on a leash and well trained.
3. Tahoe City Winter Sports Park
Looking for something for the whole family – including your dog? The Tahoe City Winter Sports Park offers a safe sledding hill, with no trees to dodge or streets to slide into. Cross country trails and a snowshoe loop for all ages and abilities, whether you are looking for a bit of exercise or just trying out the sport. The ice skating rink is ready for the whole family. Rental skates and skating aids are available.
4. Waterman’s Landing
A mountain-based paddle sports lifestyle brand that focuses on wellbeing, recreation, competition, and balance… All while being on the water! This popular dog-friendly beach is a hit even in the winter. Whether your dog likes to take a quick dip in the water or roll around in the snow on the beach, Waterman’s Landing is guaranteed to make a wag in your dog’s tail.
5. Page Meadows
Page Meadow, part of the Tahoe National Forest, is an easy and beautiful hiking area on the west shore of Lake Tahoe. It is great for snowshoe beginners in the winter and wildflower enthusiasts in the spring and summer. It’s also a great place for dogs and views, offering wide-open panoramas of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra crest.