- Commerce includes computer software, professional services, retail, gaming lodging, real estate, and service industries for both summer and winter recreation.
- Activities include a multitude of trails for hiking, biking and snowshoeing.
- Other activities include boating, fishing, waterskiing, and parasailing.
Famous names like Frank Sinatra and others have graced Crystal Bay’s casinos, while at the same time, no name visitors stop for information about the many travel and vacation destinations that dot the area. There is so much more there than meets the eye and the bay is a great place to discover hidden secrets.
Although a small community in population, commerce includes computer software, professional services, retail, gaming lodging, real estate, and service industries for both summer and winter recreation.
Crystal Bay is found on the tip of a fingerling extending into Lake Tahoe along the northern shore of the Lake.
Currently the area has only three main hotels/motels, including one resort, one lodge and a local motel. All of them are given high ratings by the travelers that use them during the year.
The other attractive aspect of the community is its many trails. They are used for cycling, snowshoeing and hiking. They include such famous walks as the Upper Galena Creek, Crystal Bay, Galena Creek, Snow Valley Peak, Mt. Rose Summit, Relay Ridge, Tahoe Meadows, Old Mt. Rose Highway to the Christmas Tree, Crystal Springs Reservoir Cruise, Chinquapin and Crystal Springs, Crystal and Baum Lakes, Lake Tahoe South Shore, Emerald Bay Overlook, Lake Margaret, Uvas Canyon Waterfalls, Phleger Estate, and the Lake Tahoe North Shore trails.
Other outings include boating, fishing, waterskiing, parasailing and even swimming.
Beaches of Lake Tahoe - With famed blue skies backing majestic mountains, there is no better location to enjoy North Lake Tahoe views than from its shores. If it is fun or relaxation you seek, the beaches of Crystal Bay offer unrivaled facilities and activities.
Other attractions are within easy driving distance to larger cities including Reno, NV.
Crystal Bay is easily accessible from four major and three secondary highways that service the Lake Tahoe Basin. The fastest way to get to this north shore community is to take Interstate 80 to Truckee, CA and then travel 13 miles southeast.