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Posted: 4/18/2016 8:15:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/18/2016 11:32:34 PM EDT by ATXDeputy1]
We're headed out there in June. Does anyone have suggestions on places to see or good restaurants to try out? We'll be staying at a resort in Incline Village,  but we'll want to venture out too.

Thanks in advance!
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 9:31:02 PM EDT
I am not sure what kinds of food or activities you are interested in.

Incline is a great spot to be based out of for a Tahoe trip.  Here are some activity suggestions (these links are examples and not necessarily endorsements):

Paddle Wheeler cruise out of Zephyr Cove.  I recommend the daytime scenic cruise unless you really want to spend the extra for the dinner cruise (food isn't bad just pricey)
http://www.zephyrcove.com/cruises/daytime-scenic-cruises/

Mountain bike the Flume Trail.  I haven't done this personally or used the following vendor but it will give you an idea what the experience is like:
http://flumetrailtahoe.com/

Hike to the Stateline Fire Lookout.  Short uphill easy hike to the best lake views on the North end of Tahoe.
https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g45961-d283396-Reviews-Stateline_Fire_Lookout-Lake_Tahoe_Nevada_Nevada.html

Stand up paddle board on the lake.  $20 for an hour rental isn't bad (you may be able to find discounts around while you are there).  Paddle a lot or paddle a little, it is still pretty fun.
http://southtahoesup.com/

If you like cars at all, head down to Reno and check out the National Automobile Museum.  Incline is actually the easiest spot on the lake to get to Reno from IMHO.
http://www.automuseum.org/

Time allowing, head over to Virginia City for some old west mining town fun.  The Virginia & Truckee (V&T) Railroad will be running again by June and the ride is pretty cool
http://www.visitvirginiacitynv.com/
http://www.vtrailway.com/

There have been a number of pretty cool looking Zip Line outfits open up in the past couple of years.  The brochures look cool but I don't know much about them.
If you are a golfer, you are totally on your own.  Not my area of expertise.

Hopefully, those ideas will get you started.  If I have time later, I will try to post some food ideas.
Link Posted: 4/22/2016 12:32:52 PM EDT
Thanks! We ended up having to cut the trip short by a day, so this should help keep us busy.
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