Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority, Stateline

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Visitor Center · Traveler Resource
The Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority was founded in 1986 through a joint powers agreement between the City of South Lake Tahoe, California, and Douglas County, Nevada. The LTVA operates as an independent 501(c)6 corporation. As a regional organization the LTVA represents the South Shore of Lake Tahoe from Glenbrook, Nevada to Emerald Bay, California.

The mission of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority is to market the South Shore of Lake Tahoe as a unique, world-class, year-round destination to the regional, national and international marketplace, and to favorably impact the South Shore economy through overnight stays and tourism spending.
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  • Regular stop in Tahoe to get info on weekend events. Was a little disappointed there was no info on the new bike/walking path along the North East side of the lake. Maybe to new for info.  more »
  • Any kind of information they will assist you with. How the hiking trails are, how to get there, they have a full assortment of guides and books for free. Staff is so friendly!  more »
  • Unreal people in charge here. Great marketing for SLT and the Tahoe South Brand. Thank you to LTVA for all that you do for the town.
  • Very nice place to stay. Rooms are clean and you get a rubber duck

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