Explore An Abandoned Century-Old Resort At Tallac Historic Site In Northern California

Lake Tahoe certainly has a reputation as one of the most photogenic landscapes in Northern California, but it’s also home to some amazing history that’s worth discovering. One of the most fascinating destinations on the shores of Lake Tahoe is the Tallac Historic Site—a century-old abandoned resort that visitors are welcome to peruse and explore. Home to historic homes that once belonged to San Francisco’s elite, exploring this destination is a mesmerizing look at a significant era in Tahoe’s history.

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Did you know about this abandoned resort on the shores of Lake Tahoe? This looks like an amazing place to spend the day exploring. Check out another fascinating historic spot here in NorCal when you read about the remnants of an old logging camp near White Pines. 

Address: 1 Heritage Way, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150, USA