Resort at Squaw Creek, a AAA Four-Diamond resort, is ideally situated on 195 beautiful hillside acres beneath the mammoth peaks of Squaw Valley, home of the 1960 Winter Olympics. Squaw Valley is undergoing an exciting $50-million “renaissance” in on-mountain improvements. Celebrate the coming holiday season with Resort at Squaw Creek’s 12th Annual Magical Memories festival.
The celebration officially begins on November 24 with Thanksgiving dinner, but the true kick off is on November 25 with the Gingerbread Village Unveiling and Grand Tree Lighting ceremony. The magic continues all through December with daily family-friendly events, kid-focused activities, food and drink specials, delicious holiday meals, Santa and Mrs. Claus, live music, and more.
The resort features 405 luxury rooms and suites; exclusive on-property chair lift during the winter accessing Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadow’s world-class ski terrain;
Robert Trent Jones Jr. championship golf course; several distinctive restaurants; extensive meeting space; exclusive boutique shopping; three outdoor swimming pools; outdoor hot tubs; luxury spa; health and fitness center and Mountain Buddies supervised children’s program for family travel.
Delivering an unparalleled recreational experience, Squaw Valley is a winter playground for all ages. In addition to downhill skiing and snowboarding, visitors enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding and snowmobiling. In summer, this Northern California vacation resort provides miles of hiking and biking trails, crystal-clear mountain streams for fishing, and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation.
Just five minutes from Resort at Squaw Creek shimmers North Lake Tahoe – North America’s largest alpine lake and the second-deepest lake in the United States. This exquisitely beautiful body of water has earned the name “The Blue World” for its crystal-clear depths that reflect the color of the sky.
Offering virtually endless recreational opportunities to outdoor enthusiasts – including hiking, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, boating, sea kayaking, sailing, water skiing and jet-skiing – Lake Tahoe draws visitors from all over the world.