The Al Tahoe neighborhood is one of South Lake Tahoe’s oldest and most historic areas and it is also one of the most diverse. Houses in Al Tahoe range from small cabins and chalets built in the 1900’s to newer cabins and multi-million dollar luxury homes. In between, there are duplexes, triplexes, multi-family dwellings along with small apartment buildings as well. Most of the homes in Al Tahoe are built on 5,000 sq ft lots, but some homes are on double lots. Al Tahoe remains one of the more affordable and popular neighborhoods in South Lake Tahoe. Al Tahoe is a unique neighborhood as it is situated between the beautiful Lake Tahoe, the Truckee Marsh Meadow and Trout Creek – along the south and west sides.
The Al Tahoe is a unique neighborhood as it is situated between the beautiful Lake Tahoe, and the Truckee Marsh Meadow and Trout Creek along the south and west sides.
Al Tahoe is also one of the few neighborhoods that have boat launch open to all boaters with free access to Regan Beach as well. The Al Tahoe area is also home to the newly renovated Lakeview Commons area. This architectural master piece has become a gathering point and the home of Live at Lakeview, a free live music event every Thursday during the summer months. The amphitheater style seating with the lake as the backdrop makes for an unforgettable night of live music. Lakeview commons is also home to the weekly stand-up paddle races where amateurs and professional paddlers compete for bragging rights and the fastest time. With built in seating and BBQ’s this has quickly become a local hot spot.
Regan beach is also a great spot to take the kids on a summer picnic as there are benches and a play grounds all with a stunning lake view. This wonderful boat launch/park area is conveniently located next to some of the local hot spot eateries such as Sprouts famous for their fresh and organic selections and Rude Brother’s Coffee shop which serves up fresh made sandwiches, the best vanilla latte, and homemade bagels. The Al Tahoe business area is bike and pedestrian friendly with dedicated bike lanes and paved sidewalks.
A couple of miles down the main road is the newly developed Heavenly Village and gondola leading to the Heavenly Valley Ski Resort. Just a tad further is the casino strip where year round concerts, shows and entertainment are always available.