Gracing the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe, Stateline has high-end casinos and some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. You’ll also find spas, restaurants and snow skiing at this multifaceted destination.
Things to do in Stateline
Life in Stateline revolves around casino resorts, which offer far more than gaming. Nightclubs put on renowned house shows, including flamboyant go-go dancers at Harrah’s Vex club and well-known DJs at Montbleu’s Opal Ultralounge. Harvey’s Cabo Wabo Cantina has live music, while the Horizon appeals to families with its video game arcade and on-site movie theatre.
Some of the best eateries in Stateside are in remote areas, including the upscale Café Fiore, an Italian hideaway serving fresh lobster fettuccine and homemade white-chocolate ice cream. Dine on the golf course at The Edgewood, which has its own beach and expansive views of Lake Tahoe.
Heavenly Ski Resort lies just over the border in California, with 30 lifts and almost 100 runs spanning both sides of the state lines. Take the Heavenly Gondola ride for spectacular views from the observation deck, then continue upward for zip-lining, hiking and tubing.
Spend some time at Emerald Bay State Park, about a 10-minute drive from Stateline. Submerged boats in the Underwater Park of Emerald Bay are magnets for scuba divers. You can also tour the Vikingsholm mansion to see the ornate details of 1920s Scandinavian architecture.
Getting around Stateline
Shuttles offer some of the most convenient transport in Stateline, with numerous routes travelling to casinos, shops and ski resorts. You can pick up a rental car at the airport in Reno, about a one-hour drive away.