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Alessandra and Cassidy's Wedding
"There are also some hikes around here"
South Lake Tahoe Wedding In September
"We highly recommend visiting Emerald Bay during your visit!"
Jennifer and Matthew's Wedding
"Great look out point of only island in Lake Tahoe"
Incline Village Wedding In May
"Apparently, if you've never been to Tahoe, you have to check out the amazing Emerald Bay."
Incline Village Wedding In August
"If you've never been to Tahoe, you have to check out the amazing Emerald Bay."
"Tours of Vikingsholm Castle are available seven days a week from mid-June until the end of September. The first tour of the day starts at 10:00 A.M. and the last tour at 4:00 P.M. All tours are guided tours and take approximately one-half hour. The tour fee is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for youths 6 to 17. Children under 6 are free. The maximum number of people on a tour is 49. Limited parking is available in the Vikingsholm parking lot off of Highway 89. (It is advisable to come for morning tours as there are more parking opportunities at that time.) A one-mile steep, but well defined, trail leads from the parking lot to Vikingsholm. Many scenic views can be enjoyed during this walk. There are various resting places along the trail. It is to be stressed, though, this is a steep trail. Additional parking is provided for a fee of $3.00 in the Day Use Area of Eagle Point State Park. A trail from the Day Use area proceeds along the south shore of Emerald Bay to Vikingsholm. This is a 1.7 mile hike. The trail is longer that the trail from the parking lot off of Highway 89, but not as steep. Bus service to the parking lot is available from both North Shore and South Shore. There is no public boat service to Vikingsholm, but Vikingsholm can be reached by private boat. A dock is provided for loading and unloading only. Beaching a boat is allowed in the bay from dawn to dusk. Tour boats are available from South Shore and North Shore. These boats allow passengers to view Vikingsholm from the water, but they do not dock in Emerald Bay."
The Lavender Wedding
"Make your way up to Emerald Bay to experience some of the best view in lake Tahoe! Scenic overlooks are scattered all along the roadside"
The Lavender Wedding
"Trail starts at the parking area on the north side of Emerald Bay, on Highway 89. It's a wide, well-maintained trail, but fairly steep, about 2½ miles round trip. At the bottom of the trail is a picnic area, as well as world-famous Vikingsholm, a replica of a Scandinavian castle."
Lake Tahoe Wedding In September
"Beautiful views and a short hike to Vikingsholm"
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Emerald Bay State Park