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About TTVP & Its Founders
Established in 2003, Tahoe Truckee Vacation Properties (TTVP) emerged from the visionary leadership of Anita Noble, four years after she successfully founded her real estate brokerage, Truckee River Homes. Anita recognized a growing need within the community for dedicated property management services and saw this as an opportunity not only to meet client demands but also to contribute to local job creation. Her foresight and entrepreneurial spirit laid the groundwork for a company that would become a cornerstone in the industry.

In 2018, the baton was passed to Kerrie, whose diverse background spanned from engineering to leading a large real estate team. Returning to her roots, Kerrie brought a fresh perspective and renewed vigor to managing the family business, perpetuating TTVP’s legacy of excellence and personalized service. In fact, Kerrie’s engagement with the community extends beyond business. As the chairperson of the Visit Tahoe Truckee (TBID/DMO) Board, she plays a pivotal role in shaping the tourism and hospitality landscape. Her regular interactions with other property managers in the region to share ideas and best practices underscore her commitment to collaborative growth and community betterment.

Our Passion For Hosting
At TTVP, we’re not just managing properties; we’re in the business of creating memorable experiences. What excites us most is the chance to be good stewards of a homeowner’s investment and the lifestyle their second home represents to them. Our approach goes beyond mere transactional interactions; we revel in solving problems and ensuring each stay is remarkable for both our guests and owners.

The TTVP Difference
We believe our unique value lies in facilitating authentic, community-based experiences. Our guests aren’t just visitors; we strive to immerse them into the fabric of our mountain town, even if it’s just for a weekend. From educating them about our local culture and expectations to offering insights on living like a local, our focus is comprehensive. This experience is augmented by our special touches – like locally roasted coffee and homemade cookies – ensuring our guests feel a genuine connection to our beloved town.

Joining Casago
Our decision to join forces with Casago after two decades was fueled by a vision to elevate TTVP to new heights. Partnering with Casago enables us to expand, innovate, and serve with greater intention and scalability, keeping us at the forefront of the vacation rental industry.

TTVP powered by Casago is where memories are made, communities are embraced, and every stay feels like coming home!

Welcome To North Lake Tahoe & Truckee

Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty and adventure that North Lake Tahoe/Truckee has to offer. This region is more than just a destination—it’s an experience that stands out amidst the best.
When winter cloaks the area, North Lake Tahoe/Truckee transforms into a haven for winter enthusiasts. Beyond its renowned skiing facilities, you’ll find a plethora of snowy activities waiting to be explored, including snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ice skating. After an exhilarating day in the snow, take refuge in the myriad of cozy cafes and eateries sprinkled around, perfect for sipping a warm drink or indulging in a hearty meal. And when night falls, the rhythm of the region shifts to the lively beats of local music joints and vibrant bars, promising every visitor an entertaining end to their frosty day.
But North Lake Tahoe/Truckee is not just a winter paradise. Come summer, it shines brilliantly as a top destination for outdoor enthusiasts—the crystal-clear waters of the lake beckon for swimming, boating, and paddleboarding. Venture further, and you’ll be rewarded with challenging hiking trails, adrenaline-pumping mountain biking routes, and scenic spots tailor-made for picnics. Embrace the local spirit by visiting the vibrant farmers markets, or indulge in the region’s culinary offerings by dining at local restaurants, where seasonal delights await. As evening approaches, the lakeside vibrates with energy, featuring live music events like “Music on the Beach” and iconic local events such as “Truckee Thursday.”
Amidst all the activities and experiences, what truly sets North Lake Tahoe/Truckee apart is its commitment to sustainability and its innate beauty. It’s a place where adventure meets serenity, ensuring a memorable getaway for all.
Join us, and be a part of the North Lake Tahoe/Truckee story.

FAQs About North Lake Tahoe & Truckee

If someone only had one day there, what would you put on their itinerary?

There’s so much to do here, we recommend a multiple-day stay—but if you only have one day, we put together the must-visits while you’re here below. And to help, we broke it into the best seasons to visit!

Winter: Kick off your winter day in North Lake Tahoe with a quick grab-and-go breakfast. If you’re in North Lake, dive into a fresh bagel paired with a steaming espresso at Syd’s Bagelery & Espresso. For those based in Truckee, the aromatic delights of Wild Cherries Coffee House are a must-try. With a full belly, make your way to the slopes. Choose the exhilarating runs of Palisades Tahoe for a challenging experience, opt for Northstar if you’re with family, or embrace the nostalgic charm of skiing at Homewood Mountain Resort. After a snowy escapade, immerse yourself in North Lake Tahoe’s vibrant après-ski culture. Still seeking a dose of excitement? Nighttime sledding and tubing await at locations like Palisades Tahoe and Granlibakken. As evening approaches, indulge in a culinary delight. Truckee’s Truckee Tavern & Grill offers rustic charm, delectable dishes, and inventive craft cocktails. Meanwhile, in North Lake, Jake’s on the Lake pairs mouthwatering meals with unparalleled lake views. Conclude your day by settling into a cozy rental home, reminiscing about the day’s adventures by a warm fireplace, capturing the essence of a perfect winter day in North Lake Tahoe.

Summer: Begin your adventure with a wholesome breakfast at one of our acclaimed breakfast spots. If you’re in Truckee, indulge in the delights of Jax on the Tracks, situated in the heart of downtown Truckee. For those in North Lake Tahoe, Fire Sign Cafe is the beloved choice of locals, known for its hearty and delicious offerings. With energy from your morning meal, it’s time to lace up your hiking boots and venture onto trails boasting those iconic views. The Eagle Rock Trailhead promises panoramic vistas, while the Donner Summit Canyon Trail offers a blend of history and natural beauty. Having worked up an appetite, grab a quick sandwich from Tahoe Central Market and pivot your day towards the shimmering blue of Lake Tahoe. Rent a boat to immerse yourself in the lake’s vastness and beauty. As the day winds down, enjoy a relaxing dinner with a view. Garwoods in Carnelian Bay offers exquisite dishes paired with lake views, while Cottonwood in Truckee provides a gastronomic experience set against the backdrop of a mesmerizing sunset over the town. End your day in the warmth of your chosen Tahoe home, cherishing the memories made and sharing tales of your day’s exploits.

How far is the Reno-Tahoe International Airport from North Lake Tahoe/Truckee?

Given its proximity, many visitors fly into Reno. The distance from Reno-Tahoe International Airport to North Lake Tahoe (specifically to Truckee) is approximately 40 miles, which is about a 45-minute drive without traffic.

What's the difference between North Lake Tahoe and South Lake Tahoe?

Visitors often wonder about the distinct vibes, activities, and amenities of these two regions. North Lake Tahoe is typically described as more laid-back, focusing on outdoor activities and natural beauty. In contrast, South Lake Tahoe has a lively town atmosphere with a mix of nature and entertainment, including casinos on the Nevada side.

What are the biggest main events in your area?

Throughout the year, this picturesque region comes alive with a tapestry of festivities, sports competitions, and community gatherings. Whether you’re a lover of music echoing across the serene waters, an enthusiast eager to partake in adrenaline-pumping mountain challenges, or simply someone seeking authentic local experiences, North Lake Tahoe/Truckee promises a calendar brimming with events that resonate with every spirit.

Join us as we delve into the vibrant happenings that make this destination truly unique.

  • Music on the Beach: A summer concert series in Kings Beach, CA set on the shores of Lake Tahoe that brings live music and a vibrant atmosphere to the beachfront.
  • World Cup at Palisades Tahoe: A prestigious skiing event, that draws international competitors and fans to witness top-tier ski racing at its finest.
  • Tahoe City Wine Walk: A fun summer event where you can sample wine and local food all while enjoying the scenic lakeside setting.
  • Fourth of July Celebrations: Both Truckee and Tahoe City host spectacular firework shows over Lake Tahoe, accompanied by parades and other festive events.
  • Made in Tahoe Festival: Palisades Tahoe helps celebrate all things local, this event showcases artists, chefs, craftsmen, and businesses from the Tahoe region.
  • Lake Tahoe Snowfest: A winter carnival celebrating the magic of snow with parades, parties, and mountain events.