Float along snow-capped peaks. The snow crunches beneath you with every step as you make your way hand-in-hand to the overlook off Highway 89. Together, you gaze at breathtaking Emerald Bay, one of the most photographed natural destinations in America. Back at your resort, thaw out chilled limbs by the fireplace before making your way to the ski lifts — just walking distance from your front door.
· 24-Hour Front Desk
· Wi-Fi Internet Access
· Stairs to Most Units
· 2 Hot Tubs (Outdoor)
· Activities Center
· Barbecue Area
· Children’s Pool (Outdoor/Seasonal)
· Computer with Internet (Shared)
· Swimming Pool (Outdoor/Seasonal)
Before You Go
Planning a holiday at one of your Club Wyndham resorts? Keep informed of special check-in details, parking availability, plus the latest resort updates and developments.
- No air conditioning
- No elevators
- Stairs to most suites
- 24-hour front desk
- Barbecue areas are available seasonally from April-Oct.
- During the winter months, Nevada and California law dictates that all vehicles must carry snow chains.
- Parking is limited, and the resort is not able to accommodate the storage of boats, RVs, and trailers.
- Pool and hot tub hours are 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Main pool and children’s pool are seasonal, closed November-April annually. Hot tubs are open year-round. Children who are not fully potty trained must wear swim diapers. There are no lifeguards on duty. Please refer to posted pool signage for more information.
Does your reservation include an apartment move during your stay? The following guidelines apply:
- Guest is responsible for packing own belongings.
- Check out time for the first apartment is 10:00am.
- Guest may be unable to check into next apartment until 4:00pm. Luggage can be left at reception.
- Reception staff are unable to modify bookings to avoid apartment moves. If you have any enquiries, please contact your Member Services Team.
Things To See and Do
Nevada State Railroad Museum
Located in historical Carson City, the museum houses a collection of 65 locomotives and cars, including 40 built before 1900. Open: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily. 27 mi.
Tallac Historic Site
The 74-acre Tallac Historic site captures how life was in turn-of-the-20th-century South Lake Tahoe. The site features the remains of the Tallac Resort and three large summer estates built by wealthy San Franciscans. 3 mi. north of South Lake Tahoe.
Emerald Bay State Park
Designated an underwater state park, Emerald Bay is the resting place for boats, launches and barges used in the lake before the turn-of-the-20th-century. The park also is home to Vikingsholm, a Scandinavian-style castle, which once was the home of heiress Lora Josephine Knight. 22 mi. south of Tahoe City.