A full-service, luxury resort in an idyllic mountain setting, Resort at Squaw Creek rests at the base of Squaw Valley USA, site of the 1960 winter Olympics, and just minutes from California's North Lake Tahoe. This one-bedroom Fireplace Suite, complete with resort-style kitchen, will comfort you in mountain home ambiance. The bedroom features a king-sized 'Deep Powder' pillow-top bed and desk, as well as a flat-screen TV. The full bath offers a deep soaking tub and free-standing shower with dual heads. In the living room you will enjoy lounging in front of the gas fireplace on the plush (sleeper) sofa, and gathering around the dining table and four chairs. Enjoy coffee in your room, as well as the half-fridge, microwave, dishwasher, and granite countertops in the kitchen area.
Having just completed a $53 million resort-wide renovation, this AAA Four-Diamond resort has never been more magnificent. The dramatic lobby, through its floor-to-ceiling windows, overlooks a cascading waterfall and the breathtaking Sierra Nevada Mountains. Recreation enthusiasts love the resort's true ski-in, ski-out lodging, 18-hole championship golf course, on-site cross-country ski center, fly fishing center, ice-skating rink, heated swimming pools, hot tubs, waterslide, and scenic hiking and biking trails. And if that's not enough, there's also our own shopping promenade, four distinct restaurants as well as other dining venues, a full-service spa, a complete health and fitness center, tennis center, and Mountain BuddiesTM, a comprehensive children's program.
Squaw Valley is an excellent destination for any time of the year, being conveniently located to all your North Tahoe adventures. Squaw Valley has a paved bike trail that travels all the way to Tahoe City and West Shore Lake Tahoe.
The famous Truckee River raft/float starts in Tahoe City and ends at River Ranch, just two miles from the Resort.
Lake Tahoe and Tahoe City are just 7 minutes down the road, with swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, wakeboarding, sunbathing, boating, and movie theater.
Sports activities abound: frisbee golf, skateboarding, rafting, tubing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, tennis, miniature golf, snowboarding, hiking, trail running, downhill mountain biking, cross-country mountain biking, road biking, fly fishing, and lake fishing.
Spring's Snowfest brings an array of activities, parades, and fireworks. Independence Day fireworks in Tahoe City and Kings Beach are the highlight of the summer. Squaw's Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade is the best way to ring in the holiday season, with hundreds of torches skiing down the nighttime mountain.
*Note: You will have to pay the $25/day Resort Fee upon checking in, which covers transportation services and all Resort amenities, as well as gratuities.