We can go on and on about the wonder of summers on the water. Dropping in from the dock at our Lake House or from Sand Harbor for a sun rise ski, kayaking the rocky coves along the eastern shore, beach and bar hopping in the afternoon, an early evening sail, and best of all, fireworks on the 4th from your boat. You can spend every day on the lake and every one would be perfect.
The 180’ beach at the Twin Pines Lake House is set alongside one of the longest continuous miles of quiet and unspoiled stretches of glistening sand in all of Tahoe. The beach runs uninterrupted for more than a mile from the Lake House along the Edgewood golf course, all the way to Elk Point.
Unlike many mountain communities, the Clear Creek design guidelines enable owners to have garages with the depth and width to accommodate a trailered boat up to 24’. Dropping in at Sand Harbor or the South Shore is just 20-25 minutes away. Later, tie up for lunch and beach fun at our Twin Pines Lake House.
Parks and Recreation
Clear Creek has three trails of its own – the Headwaters, Lookout and Discovery – that meander meadows and climb mountains, including a connection to the legendary Tahoe Rim Trail. There are miles of mountain biking and horseback for riders of every skill level, and again, connection to some of the best and most varied riding in the region. Hungry for more? There are a thousand miles of trails ringing the lake, and again, many of the best are right in your backyard.
The Stars Come out in Summer
Every starry summer evening promises something special around the lake, from the Lake Tahoe Music Festival to the Shakespeare Festival at nearby Sand Harbor to an entertaining schedule of local bands performing at great little venues. Headliners are always appearing at the north and south shore casinos, which are just a dice throw away.
You can walk from your home send a fly into the runs and riffles of Clear Creek, a great way to learn art of the art of the cast. The Club also has special arrangements to provide access to the best fly fishing river in western Nevada – the Walker River. Members can enjoy fishing with one of our expert guides, either wading or floating.
Tahoe’s Best Beaches
What makes Tahoe so special is not only its diaphanous water but also sparkling white beaches. The very best are nearby – and actually best reached by boat from our Twin Pines Lakehouse Aficionados of these special shores where land and water meet will find years of adventure exploring all 72 miles around the lake, including the parks at enchanted Emerald Bay and D.L. Bliss, where a spectacular shoreline hike connects two of the most scenic places on earth.