Opening Day at the Lake events include deck opening celebrations at Sunnyside Resort (celebrating its 25th anniversary), West Shore Café & Inn, Chambers Landing Bar & Restaurant and Bridgetender (celebrating its 35th anniversary); Granlibakken Resort’s Contractors Home Improvement/Repair Fair; the opening of Meeks Bay Resort & Marina; openings and tours of historical Vikingsholm Castle, Sugar Pine Point Hellman-Ehrman Mansion, the Gatekeeper’s Museum and the Tahoe Maritime Museum with its new “Tahoe Twenties” exhibit; as well as the popular Mike Brown Seaplane Splash-In and BBQ at Obexer’s General Store.
This is a great park, there is a side for the older kids and a park for the younger kids. I do wish however that it was closer together as I have a 3.5 year old and a 1.5 year old, and the older one wanted To go play on the bigger side. The larger side had a few slides of all different lengths, and degrees of difficulty for the kids. climbing areas, monkey bars, swings etc. i took my younger daughter to the slides and rode down with her, she loved all the slides, even the tallest one, which i was a little scared of!
The smaller side had also a good number of slides, and I really liked swings too. both my kids loved the park and didn't want to leave.
The area was nice and clean, however there were quite a few mosquitoes and I felt like they kept biting me and not the kids, only me.