In Truckee, California - the Tahoe National Forest, Donner Memorial State Park and gorgeous Lake Tahoe are at our doorstep, supporting a rich alpine environment with mountain plants and wildlife. But before there were parks, Native Americans, the Donner Party, and early settlers called this place home.
Truckee-Tahoe is a national hub for outdoor activities - winter, spring, summer, and fall - with incredible access to world-class skiing and riding, hiking and trail running, biking, climbing and watersports just minutes from the heart of town.
With more than 130 daily direct flights serving destinations like New York, Chicago, and Denver to RNO International Airport, Truckee is just a 30 minute drive up the Truckee River canyon. Here’s everything you need to know before visiting from local weather to transportation and maps. And here’s a tip, it’s never been easier to work and play for a week or a month, given a modern co-working space and over 11 hotels, most with fiber, and over 1,000 mountain homes to rent.
TOWN OF TRUCKEE
Explore Main Street in Historic Downtown, learn about the different neighborhoods and communities, and find out where to go for shopping and dining.
It’s a short, 20-minute drive to Lake Tahoe from Truckee, one of the crown jewels of the Northern Sierra and a sight to behold.
Getting to Truckee-Tahoe is easy and convenient. Explore RNO direct flights, and find out how to get around once you’re here.
Mountain cuisine, live music, festivals and drinking awaits! Find all that and more in Truckee-Tahoe.
Our home is your home. In Truckee, our natural environment and wildlife need your help to Keep Truckee Green.
LOCAL VOICES AND CLIMATE CHOICES
Meet Truckee-Tahoe locals and find out how they make Keep Truckee Green choices to show their #truckeelove.
We’re working towards an international sustainability certification to protect Truckee-Tahoe for years.
OUR PARTNERS AND PROGRAMS
We’re proud to partner with other Truckee-Tahoe nonprofits, national and international and organizations on programs that help protect, preserve, and enhance our environment and the local community.