Feast Your Eyes on Tahoe This Thanksgiving

While there isn’t enough snow on the ground for most ski resorts to be open, the cool temperatures, crisp mountain air, and scenic beauty of Lake Tahoe still make it the ideal place for visitors to gobble up a nice vacation rental for Thanksgiving.

Just like a savory gravy poured all over the turkey, mashed potatoes, and stuffing, the fact that the area won’t be crowded makes the idea of taking a trip to Tahoe even more enticing.

Over the extended four-day weekend, most people will stay at home or travel to a family member’s house because they prefer a familiar, comfortable setting. Having a kitchen one knows very well and room enough for everyone to spread out and enjoy themselves as the eat, drink, play games, and watch football is very important.

Although the holiday is one to honor all those that deserve thanks for making our lives better – as the Native Americans did so long ago when the first European settlers came to the New World – it is perfectly designed to bring family and friends together for a few hours of relaxing and bonding.

With very affordable rates and spacious accommodations, renting a condominium or house in beautiful Lake Tahoe is also ideally designed for Thanksgiving. There are a plethora of cozy options that come with all the comforts of home – including oversized kitchens for memorable turkey (or tofurkey) feasts and large HD televisions for top-notch football viewing.

The fact that it all takes place amid huge pine trees, towering Sierra peaks, and a crystal clear blue backdrop only makes it that much more special.

While the lack of snow this November may be disappointing to skiers and snowboarders, Lake Tahoe still remains an ideal place to gobble down a fantastic Thanksgiving feast – along with a memorable family vacation.

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