We try to go every year for the fourth of July; We have met many families that do the same and meet up every year. It is so relaxing and the scenary is beautiful. Location is fantastic! Best to get a room with a view of the lake. We have had many fun times; sharing barbeque dinners with other families, making smores - on a smores maker - no fires allowed on the beach. Greatest part is Kings Beach lets of their fireworks from the lake on July 3; Tahoe Vista on July 4 so most of the families sit on the pier to watch the fireworks both nights; no looking for parking or hassle looking for a spot to view the fireworks, it is all right there at Edgelake!
What a nice spot on north Lake Tahoe. A quiet family resort with great access to the lake. Nice pool and large beach front with planned activities for the kids on select days. Good value and a great getaway in the pines. Easy parking and a Safeway across the street. Our two bedroom condo had two baths and a nice kitchen and eating area.
What a great find on the quiet N. Shore of Tahoe---right ON the LAKE!!! We sat on the beach and went out on the long pier to watch the sun go down---sometimes left from the pier on our boat to go cruising. 6 of us in a 2 bedroom, 2 bath, full kitchen (dishes and all) dining table seats six, living room with fireplace and logs! 3 televisions--no arguing,ha! deck, beautiful pool and spa. Lots of sand and swings for little ones. Very good location to Incline, Tahoe City, Alpine Meadows, Squaw Valley, Reno. Safeway diagonally across the street by the Brockway Golf Course. Very pleasant and helpful staff. It's a stress melter for my husband..we will definitely try to get back!
Small repairs needed in unit.
Office staff needs a reality check. Not good at dealing with people or problems. They need to go back to courtesy school or train at a good resort to understand how it's supposed to be done.
Great location. Grounds of property well maintained.
I liked the Edgelake Beach Club because of its location and that it is a small complex, you sit right on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, I was there in the winter time and would imagine its a great place to be in the summertime too, it has a great beach area and there are not alot of big resorts around to make it crowded. It looks like alot of private residences. We could walk for miles along the shoreline, saw ducks swimming and walking around. It snowed maybe 3 days while we were there, just enough to cover everything and then it melted. The fireplace was just the right touch on those cold winter days, and watching the snow fall as we sat cuddled in the warmth was just amazing. It is just a wonderful experience for those who do not live where it snows. The one bedroom unit was small but comfortable for two people.
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