Lake Tahoe, Nevada
No other US gaming city offers it's visitors such a variety of entertainment as Lake Tahoe. Looking for 24 hour gaming action? World class snow skiing? Hiking, boating, water skiing, golfing, horseback riding? If it's outdoors related, Tahoe has it!
Lake Tahoe sits at an altitude of 6,228 feet. It is 12 miles wide, 23 miles long and can take three hours to drive around - weather permitting.
Up until the Silver Stampede of the 1850's, few had seen Lake Tahoe, or, as it was called then, Bigler Lake. It was around 1859 when miners discovered the rich Comstock lode silver mines. So many came to Tahoe seeking fortunes that within 25 years, enough trees were cleared out of the basin to have built a city for 200,000 people! However, as the mines were abandoned, and the miners left the area, the trees began to return. If it weren't for the decline of the Comstock lode, one would have to wonder what Lake Tahoe would be like today.
Over the years, Lake Tahoe's entertainment industry grew. Each year, thousands travel to this region of natural wonder to enjoy a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities.
The Lake Tahoe casinos listed here are all located at South Shore. The California side of the lake offers more hotel choices than Nevada, but doesn't offer gaming.
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