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Due to current restrictions placed on CA restaurants and recently ordered closures in neighboring counties, we have made the decision to implement a temporary closure of Sunnyside Restaurant & Lodge effective March 17 – March 31, 2020. Your safety and the safety of our employees is our priority. We look forward to seeing you again very soon.
August 13, 2013 | Tim Hauserman Mark your calendar to be in Lake Tahoe for the weekend of September 21st and 22nd when two challenging athletic events hit the Lake Tahoe region for the first time. The Sierra Valley Gran Fondo and Ironman Lake Tahoe. Sierra Valley Gran Fondo On Saturday, September 21st the Sierra […]Read More
July 30, 2013 | Tim Hauserman On August 8th, 1863, the land where Tahoe City now resides was surveyed and recorded. The little town was mostly just a good idea in a spectacular location until the beginning of the 20th Century when the sumptuous Tahoe Tavern Hotel was built. In order to build his hotel, […]Read More
July 12, 2013 | Tim Hauserman Ward Creek State Park Just a half-mile down the bike trail from Sunnyside is a little hidden gem, Ward Creek State Park. Until this past year, it was an undeveloped chunk of land sandwiched between Ward Creek and Timberland, with one lightly used trail bringing mountain bikers and dog […]Read More
July 22, 2013 | Tim Hauserman For many of us, summer means more hours to ride up Blackwood Canyon, or the flutter of aspen leaves as we roll through Page Meadows. It’s a time to put in some glorious miles of hiking through Desolation Wilderness, or embark on an early morning paddle below the soaring […]Read More
July 10, 2013 | Tim Hauserman Welcome to the new Sunnyside blog where you will find my humble recommendations on how to take advantage of what Lake Tahoe has to offer. So why am I writing a Sunnyside Resort blog? Because this west shore haven has been an important part of Tahoe life for several […]Read More