Easter is egg-stravagant at Lake Tahoe. Meet the Easter bunny and take your photos at all the North Lake Tahoe & Truckee stops. Enjoy numerous celebrations around town with Easter egg hunts, brunches, and festivities for all ages.
Saturday, April 20
Incline Village: The Spring Eggstravaganza celebrates spring with a morning jam-packed with festivities. Kids will love meeting the Easter Bunny and checking out the Incline Village Fire District’s fire engines. The Easter Egg Hunt starts at 11am, and is separated by age. Two lucky winners in each age group will find golden eggs and win the prize, huge Easter baskets filled with goodies! This event is free to the public.
Tahoe City: The Tahoe City Golf Course hosts a family fun celebration. The golf course will be covered with eggs for the annual Egg Hunt from 10am-1pm. The day also includes pictures and visits with the Easter Bunny. This event is free to the public.
Truckee: The Spring Egg Hunt at the Truckee Regional Park begins at 11:30am with different age groups to ensure a fun and safe time had by all. The day also includes face painting and visits with the Easter Bunny. The Spring Egg Hunt is free to the public.
Sunday, April 21
Tahoe Donner: Enjoy festivities for everyone with an Easter Brunch that includes a complimentary glass of champagne or mimosa for the adults in The Lodge Restaurant & Pub. Brunch is followed by an Easter Egg Hunt, visits from the Easter Bunny, and carnival games.
Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows: Head over to the mountains for an interdenominational Mountaintop Service followed by brunch at the Olympic Lounge. The Easter Egg Hunt begins after brunch on the the sun deck.
Northstar California: Northstar's annual Easter Eggstravaganza starts at 10am. Kids will love the Easter Egg Dash, a mad scramble to gather as many of the 8,000 Easter Eggs scattered on the snow as they can. The day also includes face painting and visits with the Easter Bunny. The countdown to the Easter Egg Dash starts just before 11am. Don’t miss out!
Homewood Mountain Resort: Homewood hosts a Golden Egg Hunt for the skiers and riders out there. A golden egg is secreted somewhere on the mountain, you’ll have a blast searching for it while making some spring turns. The lucky skier or rider who finds the egg will receive a 2019-20 season pass! Now that is a golden egg!
Sunnyside: Sunnyside Restaurant & Lodge, located lakeside on Tahoe’s west shore, will be serving up a hearty brunch from 9am-1pm, with an Easter Egg Hunt for the kiddos at 11am.
Carnelian Bay: Brunch will be served at Gar Woods in Carnelian Bay from 9:30-2:30pm. Their popular Easter Egg Hunt on the shores of Lake Tahoe starts at 11am, with three time slots for kids. Don’t worry, adults can have some fun too! Gar Woods sets up an Easter Egg Hunt specifically for adults that takes place after the kids’ hunts.
Incline Village: The Lone Eagle Grille in Incline Village will be serving a special à la carte brunch menu crafted from seasonal and locally-sourced food against a spectacular Lake Tahoe backdrop.
Don’t miss a minute of the action this Easter! Book your stay and enjoy the Easter festivities at Lake Tahoe.