- Zephyr Cove is located 21 miles southwest of Carson City on the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe.
- The 400 passenger, M.S. Dixie II is the largest cruising vessel on Lake Tahoe.
- Zephyr Cove is home to its famous lodge, which sits alongside the lake's blue waters.
Zephyr Cove is so close to many of Lake Tahoe's other communities and its port allows easy access to many of them. However, it is also famous for its local resort and lodge, offering winter/summer excitement throughout the year.
Set amongst towering trees, the resort and the community enjoy spectacular sunsets and numerous watery adventures. Tours are available on the paddle wheeler, a yacht, smaller boats and the ski shuttles. Special cruises for wedding parties and business groups are available year round.
Zephyr Cove sits on the southeastern shoreline of Lake Tahoe in Southern Nevada.
Zephyr Cove is home to its famous lodge, which sits alongside the lake's blue waters and the backdrop of some magnificent mountain peaks.
The lodge holds resort status, providing weary travelers with cozy cabins, a nearby campground, RV park, a sandy beach, a marina, horseback riding, events facilities, a paddle wheeler, boat rentals and a classy restaurant. Close by it has a snowmobiling center and numerous shops and cafes for all to enjoy.
For those who prefer to just sit and relax, the resort and community offers exactly that – peace. Its park like environment means that there are always available spots under the canopy of trees to be alone or just take in the scenery.
- M.S. Dixie II
The 400 passenger, M.S. Dixie II is the largest cruising vessel on Lake Tahoe. Your cruise choices include the popular daytime scenic cruise and the enchanting sunset dinner dance cruise. All M.S. Dixie II cruises depart directly from Zephyr Cove Resort.
To drive to Zephyr Cove from Carson City Nevada take US 395 south for a distance of 3 miles. Then turn a little to the right at the junction with US 50 and continue for another 18 miles.
Along the way you will enjoy scenic vistas of the forest covered mountains. Take the time to enjoy the scenery and take the time to stop and stretch your legs along the way.