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Taylor Creek Visitor Center Hotel & Travel Guide

Don't wrack your brain wondering about what you should do next. Taylor Creek Visitor Center is calling to you.

To see it, make your way about 80 miles (129 kilometers) from the state capital, Sacramento, until you reach South Lake Tahoe.

Unpack your bags, catch some sleep and savor being within easy reach of Taylor Creek Visitor Center when you book a room at the 2201 Cascade Road, 2 miles (3 kilometers) away.

It shouldn't take you too long to realize the value of the surrounding area's more reasonably priced solutions. You will find the Tahoe Valley Lodge and the Howard Johnson South Lake Tahoe a short drive away.

Some think that the best things in life are free. That is open for debate, as the upmarket hotels in this area will certainly make for some lasting memories. The 1637 Black Bart Court and 3042 Sierra Blvd. are ideal.

Other Things to Do Near Taylor Creek Visitor Center

Here are a number of the wider region's other favorite diversions:

  • A significant historical site, Tallac Historic Site is a place worth visiting to really get a feel for days gone by.
  • Experience and enjoy some of the music shows and exhibits hosted by Valhalla at Lake Tahoe and become more knowledgeable about local culture.
  • Free your mind as you focus on the cries of seabirds all around you at Pope Beach.
  • Inspiration Point provides sweeping views so it's a great place to see the surrounding area.
  • Take in the vista below when you take a flight with Lake Tahoe Balloons.

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Taylor Creek Visitor Center? Check out our Taylor Creek Visitor Center travel guide!