The east shore of Lake Tahoe is located on the Nevada side along the west slope of the Carson Range. Access to this mostly undeveloped side of the lake is via Highways 50 and 28. Recreational opportunities found on the east shore include water activities, camping, hiking, horseback riding, downhill skiing/snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. Attractions include Cave Rock, Sand Harbor State Recreation Area, Spooner and Marlette Lakes, Nevada Beach, Zephyr Cove, and Round Hill Pines Beach, just to name a few!
Tons of camping opportunities all along the east shore. This comes with the obvious benefit of being close to Lake Tahoe and all the activities you can do on the lake!
Views for miles! Great food near, boating, kayaking, parasailing, hiking, a nude beach etc.