Step-back in time and stroll through the summer homes and gardens of Lake Tahoe’s early vacationers. Built between 1894 and 1921, the Tallac Historic Site preserves a unique era of Tahoe history in time for today’s visitors. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987 and offers a variety of public recreation activities. Explore the interpretative trails, mosey along the beach, take a guided tour or attend a special event, the Tallac Historic Site is where cultural and environmental stewardship meet!
The historic buildings are closed for winter. The trails and grounds are accessible year-round; however, parking, water, restroom and garbage facilities are unavailable November through May.
USDA Forest Service Supervisor’s Office
The Great Basin Institute
Contact Erin Gavlock, Visitor Services Administrator: email@example.com
All charitable gifts directly benefit operations and restoration at the Tallac Historic Site.