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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.
By: Tim Hauserman Memorial Day weekend weather was a bit tricky. Snowing one minute, sunny the next. I woke up Sunday morning with a fresh dusting of snow on the lawn. Shortly after the sun came out and the snow melted, I decided I better get on it and get some exercise before the next […]Read More
By Tim Hauserman For the last 40 plus years, The West Shore bike trail has traveled from Tahoe City nine miles to the southern edge of Sugar Pine Point State Park. But just a mile past Sugar Pine is Meeks Bay, a place of translucent green and blue water and soft, white sand. In fact, […]Read More
By Tim Hauserman Sure, we love our snow here at Lake Tahoe, but once April comes around it is also nice to have the opportunity to have your feet take a stroll on the actual earth. Tahoe City Public Utility District has solved that problem by carrying out a herculean effort to open up the […]Read More
By Tim Hauserman Tahoe XC’s Strider Gliders is an eight week after-school program, which gives preschool through 5th grade students a chance to cross-country ski once a week. The kids, led by volunteer coaches, ski with groups of similar ability and age. The goal of the program is quite simple: To get kids to fall […]Read More
By Tim Hauserman When the snow was coming in strong and driving didn’t seem like a smart move this past Sunday, we opted to stay close to home and head for a snowshoe into Ward Creek State Park. The undeveloped park is just about a half mile from Sunnyside Lodge, and makes an excellent place […]Read More
by Tim Hauserman After late September, the boats sitting placidly in front of the Sunnyside Lodge pier are put away and only the particularly hearty take a dive into Lake Tahoe. It’s about this time every year that California’s dry and warm fall tends to slowly evaporate away inches of the lake, as we wait […]Read More
by Tim Hauserman Every Wednesday evening throughout the winter Sunnyside is buzzing with the sound of people talking and tacos crunching. Ok, you can’t really hear the tacos crunching, but there are a hell of a lot of them being eaten. All because of the half price taco deal, which attracts a crowd of hungry […]Read More
By Tim Hauserman Just a few miles from Sunnyside Lodge via Ward Canyon lies the Sherwood Express chairlift at the back side of Alpine Meadows. While best known for skiing with views of Lake Tahoe and Twin Peaks, this is also a great place to take a fall hike before the snow flies. The four […]Read More
By Tim Hauserman As patches of pink popped up above Tahoe’s eastshore, the bride and groom rushed out the door to the Sunnyside dock to capture that perfect Tahoe sunset photo. Inside, the packed house was enjoying the sunset as well, but they were mostly focused on the food and the companionship. As the father […]Read More
By Tim Hauserman My daughter is getting married at Sunnyside in September. She asked me to provide a list of things to do in Tahoe during the fall for folks who had never been to Lake Tahoe…so I came up with these: Get out on the Lake! 1) Take a cruise on the Tahoe Gal, […]Read More