Lake Tahoe is the perfect setting for all things wedding, including bachelor and bachelorette parties. We have created the ultimate itinerary for a Tahoe bachelor party weekend. Whether you are looking for golf and lake days in the summer or skiing and luxury lodging in the winter, we have you covered in the amazing playground that is Tahoe.
Gray’s Crossing and Tahoe Donner are the perfect courses for your tee time. Gray’s Crossing is part of Tahoe Mountain Club, so you can book a tee time at both Gray’s and Old Greenwood for double the golf. Make sure to stop by PJ’s if you are golfing at Gray’s Crossing for delicious food and cold beer. At Tahoe Donner, your group can experience the finest that mountain golf has to offer. Picturesque, tree-lined fairways await you at Tahoe Donner; book your tee time and plan to spend some time at The Lodge restaurant for drinks and dinner after your round.
Planning a bachelor party in the middle of winter? Tahoe offers up 13 ski resorts spanning all shores of the lake. Find the perfect resort/terrain for you, book rooms there, and get out and explore the mountain. Staying in North Lake, hit up Squaw/Alpine and your lift ticket gives you access to both world-class resorts. South shore offers Heavenly Ski Resort, where you can ski during the day and hit the casinos in the evening.
Head to Truckee for wine and beer on tap at Philosophy. They have recently expanded their food selection and are a favorite among locals. Looking for lakeside dining? Sunnyside on the West Shore is the place to go. Have Tahoe Surf Company drop you off for lunch at the Sunnyside Pier and enjoy their famous fish tacos and refreshing cocktails for perfect lakeside celebration.
Squaw Valley’s PlumpJack offers an excellent venue to relax and unwind after a day on the slopes. The PlumpJack Bar offers up a casual atmosphere and some of the best cocktails in Tahoe. PlumpJack Cafe is a fine dining experience, with fresh seasonal cuisine. Take your guys here as a final celebration to your Tahoe bachelor weekend.
Looking to spend they day on the lake? Fuel your need for adventure by booking a morning with Tahoe Surf Company. We recommend getting out on the lake with these guys for a day of wake surfing. They have all the gear, an amazing boat, and will teach you all the tips and tricks for the ultimate Tahoe surf adventure. Looking for a more leisurely, but definitely adventurous way to get out on the lake? Tahoe Sailing Charters and Captain Tyler will show you Lake Tahoe in a whole new way. Book a sail, we promise you will love their relaxed Tahoe vibe. Maybe your adrenaline junkie friends have always dreamed of cliff jumping into Tahoe? Tahoe Party Crusies knows the ins and outs of Lake Tahoe and can take you where you want to go to make the most of your bachelor party.
Cast A Line
The mountains and lake get most of the attention, but the Truckee River is known for its legendary fly fishing. Hire a guide to outfit you and your crew and show you the ropes when it comes to casting a fly rod. Four Seasons Fly Fishing is based in Truckee and will help create the perfect outing for you and your friends.
North Lake Tahoe pretty much closes down at 9 pm, but there are a few bars that stay open a little later! The Bridgetender in Tahoe City offers up late-night bites and drinks along the Truckee River. Or head a little deeper into Tahoe City to the Fat Cat Bar and Grill – they stay open late serving up drinks and live music on Friday and Saturday nights starting at nine. The Hyatt’s Cutthroat Salon is open late and on the Nevada side, so closer to the casinos if that is what you and your group are looking for during your weekend.
Whatever adventures your bachelor weekend takes you on, making Lake Tahoe your destination will deliver great memories for you and your guys!