- Within a forty mile radius of Dollar Point, there are over ten state parks to camp, hike, bike, and explore.
- There are tours, historical sites and other places of interest.
- The fastest way to travel to Dollar Point, CA is to take Interstate 80 to Truckee, CA.
Dollar Point, California, has a quirky history. Born with the original name, "Old Lousy", Dollar Point is anything but lousy. All the things that attract you to Lake Tahoe, California, will attract you to Dollar Point. One major decision is whether or not you'd like to rough it. With Dollar Point, that choice is easier to make, because both options are available. The seemingly endless Sierra Mountains, blue and shimmering Lake Tahoe, and miles of pine invite and draw the nature-lover in each of us. Yet the comforts of a little, big town give you a good advantage at beginning and ending the vacation you want.
Located just east of Tahoe City, California, Dollar Point is situated on Lake Tahoe's beautiful north shore.
Dollar Point is a census designated resort community on the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Budget accommodations are hard to find, but there are more upscale options available. There are several good choices of places to eat.
Within a forty mile radius, there are over ten state parks to camp, hike, bike, and explore. In addition to golf courses, you can fly-fishing in the local streams and creeks. Other options for fun include tennis, waterskiing, wakeboarding, chartered boating, and swimming.
There are tours, historical sites and other places of interest, all dotted around the resort area that are sure to please anyone.
- Vikingsholm Castle - Vikingsholm, situated majestically among towering pines and cedars, was built as a summer home by Mrs. Lora Josephine Knight, one of the original landowners, in 1929.
The fastest way to travel to Dollar Point, CA is to take Interstate 80 to Truckee, CA. From Truckee take CA-267 southeast for approximately 11 miles. Turn right onto CA-28/Lake Shore Drive and continue for another 6.5 miles.
On the way you will pass Brockway Summit. Here you will spectacular views and a trailhead for a biking/hiking trail.
The last 6.5 miles run along the shore of Lake Tahoe providing a very picturesque drive.