A Gorgeous, Serene Wedding Venue in Lake Tahoe
June in Lake Tahoe, a time for mountain hikes, tranquil blue waters, and rushing waterfalls—all ready for us to explore. Time to get excited…sunshine, fresh air, and literally hundreds of fun things to do and see! June is also a time for the enchantment of a mountain-beach wedding, or at least for planning that special day in the near future.
Sitting on the majestic banks of North Lake Tahoe lies one of Tahoe’s most quintessential and private wedding venues. Imagine soft, white sandy shores surrounded by the colors of nature—dense green forests and bright wildflowers, snow-capped mountain peaks, and crystalline blue waters. Sunup to sundown, saying “I do” with friends and family is always magical at Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort. An intimate setting where dreams do come true—capturing, inspiring, and oh so romantic! Be sure to ask about the Master Wedding Suite with 180-degree views of Lake Tahoe.
Yet, there are many more special moments in store this June. It all begins at Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort where Tahoe’s charm, character, and warm embrace beckon you to return time and time again.
What’s the secret? It’s all about the personalized touches that only a family-owned Lake Tahoe resort hotel like Mourelatos can give you—the serenity to relax, enjoy and cherish.
It starts when you book directly with the resort. Rather than reserving with a third-party, catch the Mourelatos vibe the moment you call or book online. Not only are you rewarded with the best rates, but it’s the personal touch that a boutique resort like Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort can offer—making each moment, your moment.
Upon arrival, a quick walk through the door transports you—a warm welcome home, not as a guest, but as part of the family. Call it old-fashioned values or simply great customer service, from the moment you arrive your experience cascades into a summer paradise.
Things to Enjoy in Lake Tahoe at Our Family-Friendly Resort
Everything you need is onsite or just minutes away. On-property amenities—all complementary-include live music on the beach, beach-side yoga, family-style fire pits, hot tubs, BBQ grills, hiking trails, boat rentals, Pilates, fishing, and a good old-fashioned ice cream shop. The summer fun also includes 275 feet of beautiful beach front with kayaking, paddle boarding, hydro-bikes, and a huge water trampoline for the entire family.
Take the family for an unforgettable picnic with every beach toy imaginable. Relax on a temping lounger and let the summer sun, gentle breezes, and the lake’s brilliance take you away. Don’t forget your hat and sunscreen!
Just beyond the property, you will find dozens of other hidden treasures including ropes courses, zip-lining, mountain bike trails, tennis courts, golf, and terrific restaurants. Check out Spindleshanks, a local favorite for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a beautiful golf course setting with lake views and cozy outdoor seating—just moments away.
Of course, for those who seek to venture out, June gives us 12 hours a day of sunlight to explore.
June Event Highlights
Music on the Beach at Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort, Wednesday – Sunday afternoons—all summer long. Great talent every week. Let the kids play while you kick up your heels or relax on the warm sand.
Tuesday’s Bluesdays at the Village of Palisades (formerly Squaw Valley) from 6-8pm, beginning June 14th through August 30th. It is a terrific, free outdoor weekly concert. Take your beach or concert chair and enjoy top blues musicians surrounded by some of the most gorgeous, granite peaks Lake Tahoe has to offer. Free bus rides are available through TART.
Reggee Fest at the Truckee River Outdoor Regional Park, June 24th and 25th. A two-day, World Music and Jamaican Reggae Music Festival with some of the biggest legends. Don’t forget to buy your tickets early!
For Our Adventures: Wandering Off the Beaten Path
June is the most accessible and spectacular time for Webber Falls. A well-kept secret, hidden near the Little Truckee River—located in Sierra County, between the towns of Truckee and Sierraville.
A serene and beautiful 40-minute drive, free parking, and an easy half-mile roundtrip hike to experience Mother Nature at full force! This is a “not to miss” exploration with falls taking a dramatic 80-foot plunge over a deep basaltic-carved gorge, dropping in several cascades. The pools below are great for sunbathing and a quick, cool dip.
This adventure is well worth the find and easy for almost any hiking level. However, it is not recommended for young children as there are extremely steep cliffs with slippery and rocky areas. Simply put, stay away from the edges and focus on the plunge pool and upper waterfall.
To get there, take Hwy 89 North from Truckee to Little Truckee Summit. Turn left toward Jackson Meadows on Road 07. At about 6.5 miles watch for signage to Lake of the Woods. A few hundred feet after is a pullout on your left, lined with boulders. Park and walk directly down the embankment from the road. It won’t be hard to miss. Just listen for the sound of roaring water. The falls lie about 500 feet from the parking area.
Whether you want to chill or let loose trying something new, Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort takes you there. From adrenaline-pumping adventures to beach time, the choice is purely yours!
A day well spent! Welcome home to our beachfront Lake Tahoe resort—where it is always time to refresh, recharge and reinvigorate your soul.