Thank you firefighters and first responders! We are happy to report that Angora Lakes Resort survived the Caldor Fire intact. The resort is closed for the winter.
Remember to take the Tahoe Pledge—
I will embody the footprint of a ninja – it will be stealthy, light, and my touch will be gentle.What I carry in, I will carry out.
Angora Lakes Resort…….providing a quality, one-of-a-kind vacation experience since the 1920s.
Season: Mid-June through mid-September
Day use: Day users can enjoy our famous fresh-squeezed lemonade, delicious sandwiches, ice cream, and treats. Rent a rowboat, kayak, or stand-up paddleboard. Discover unusual & novel gift items and books. Visit with friends, gaze at the mountains and enjoy! Please note:
- $10 parking fee (bring exact cash); parking area may be full.
- Dogs must be on a leash and kept out of the lake at all times.
- No camping.
- No barbecues.
- Resort amenities located 1/2 mile above the parking lot over rugged terrain. Please stay on the trail.
Angora Lakes Resort Day Use Area Essential Eligibility Criteria:We endeavor to offer a unique day use experience at Angora Lakes Resort, a historic Lake Tahoe front-country location. To safely enjoy the resort, visitors must meet the following essential eligibility criteria:Participants must have the ability to safely hike, bike or use other nonmotorized means (including with assistance of a companion) to go up and down hill at least a mile roundtrip over rocky, rugged, slippery, and sandy terrain, with obstacles up to 18” high, at 7000-7500’ elevations. There are no paved surfaces beyond the Angora Parking area.
Lodging: We offer nine rustic small cabins for rent on a WEEKLY basis only. No pets. Please call for more information or sign up for the 2022 waitlist here.
Angora Lakes Resort
PO Box 8897
So. Lake Tahoe, CA 96158
(530) 541 2092
“Leave No Trace”
Angora Lakes Resort is a permittee of the United States Forest Service, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit and an equal opportunity service provider.