Lake Tahoe’s first planned community.
Incline Village, NV, is a mellow mountain town of about 9000 people on the beautiful north shore of Lake Tahoe. Residents enjoy a number of amenities including a ski resort, two golf courses, a recreation center and two private beaches with stunning views all the way to South Lake Tahoe.
Nevada’s best-kept secret
Crystal Bay sits right next door on the Nevada stateline, a petite community of just over 300 people. It has a handful of small casinos, a few restaurants, and some lovely secret beaches. The area is also home to the famed Cal-Neva casino resort, currently closed for renovation, and there are plans on the books for extensive redevelopment along the main highway.
A favorite of families for generations
There are so many ways to play in Incline Village thanks to an array of . Take the kids to the beach or pool for the day, send them to activities at the Rec Center, or set them free in the skate park. Maybe whip out the family bikes for a ride down our spectacular new bike path to Sand Harbor for a little paddleboarding adventure. Then ride back for lunch at any number of tasty restaurants in town.
Any way you want to play
Adults have too. Golfing, tennis, kayaking, boating or hiking on any of several local trails around town—the choice is yours. On select summer nights you’ll find music on the beach, Shakespeare, ballets and symphonies, or head over to Crystal Bay to play the slots and catch a show. And of course in the winter, Diamond Peak is there waiting for your fresh track needs.
Close to everything that matters
Incline Village is conveniently located just 35 minutes from Reno and 45 minutes from . It’s also 30 minutes from Tahoe City, Truckee and South Lake Tahoe, making it the perfect base camp for just about any adventure in the region.
From cabins to compounds
Incline Village and Crystal Bay sport some of the highest median prices at the lake. You’ll find starter cabins and condos in Incline with upscale options in both communities. You’ll also find a wide variety of single-family homes from modest to downright palatial.