Hot Springs and Day Spas

Hot springs in the Tahoe area

Carson Hot Springs

Carson City, Nevada    Phone:  775-885-8844

Outdoor pool and indoor private pools (no reservations taken) Onsite restaurant

Founded during the Gold Rush. Has large outdoor pool and indoor private pools for a maximum of 4 persons (no reservations taken). Onsite restaurant. Since 1849 the Carson Hot Springs has provided water therapy and spa treatments using enriched water with over nine healthful minerals. The water flows out of the ground at 121 degrees and comes from depths of 35,000 feet below the earth’s surface.

Nine small private pools (“private tub rooms”) are available on a first come first serve basis. Bring your own towel. They have towels and rent them for $2. Towels may not always be available. Lockers are provided. Bring your own lock or they can sell you a lock for $2.   

Day Fee:  Prices vary.  Check website for prices.

Note: We are planning on enjoying these hot springs on our the day trip to Carson City.  Our trip is dependent on pooled cars


David Walley’s Resort Hot Springs (part of Holiday Inn Club Vacations)

Genoa, Nevada  Phone:  775-782-8155

Location: Genoa, Nevada (25 minutes northeast of South Lake Tahoe in the mountains) 

1862 David Walley’s Hot Spring features five mineral hot springs. Each is fed by heated geothermal groundwater produced naturally from the earth’s mantle. Their swimming pool is warmed with geothermal water and chemically treated for safety.

The hot springs soaking tubs, sauna, steam room, locker rooms, and outdoor pool are open. All are included in the day fee.

Day fee: $55 per person

Towel rental fee: $5 (OK to bring your own, no fee)


Steamboat Hot Springs Healing Center and Spa

Reno, Nevada   Phone:  775-853-6600

Location: Ten miles south of Reno airport on the way to South Lake Tahoe. 21 miles north of Carson City on main highway between Reno airport and Carson City. (Suggest visiting here on the way to or from the airport)

Geothermal mineral water directly from the ground to soaking tubs. The only volcanic natural hot springs in the area.

A few day spas in South Lake Tahoe

Blue Water Day Spa (at Heavenly Village)    Phone:  530-523-3826 

Massage therapy, wraps, facials, waxing


Elements Day Spa at South Lake Tahoe Lodge  Phone:   (800) 448-4577

A premier full-service day spa specializing in Swedish massages, stone therapy, sports massage, reflexology, reiki treatments, clinical skincare treatments, full-body waxing.


Bio Spirit Day Spa     Phone:  530-542-4095

Location: Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe

Massage and facials

 Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised 3/4/22


Ski Equipment

Ski equipment rental discounts

If a person has an Epic pass, then the person can present it to a rental shop offering Epic Mountain Rewards to receive 20 percent discountThese shops include Heavenly Sports, Northstar Sports, and Kirkwood Mountain Sports.

 Following are a few of the numerous shops in South Lake Tahoe that offer ski equipment rentals (each participant is responsible for their own sports gear)

The following shops are in and around Heavenly Village

Powder House

Heavenly Sports

Sports Ltd RentalsLocally owned for 30 years – next to Heavenly Village in same shopping strip as Raley’s supermarket. They have two stores in this strip– one is for equipment rental, the other is sales of sporting equipment and clothing.

The following shop is next door to LakeLand Village Resort

Pyramid Peak – Locally owned for years – Ski & snowboard rental set $25/day, snow shoes $15/day     Address:  3433 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Phone: 530-541-3565

Do you want to ship your skis?

If you are planning on bringing your own skis with you, and want to ship them, visit:

Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised 3/4/22


All Day Trips Summarized

A variety of day trips are scheduled. They include activities such as downhill skiing, cross country skiing, and soaking in historic hot springs in Carson City, the capital of Nevada. 

For more details on cross country skiing, visit the posting “Cross Country Skiing Summarized” in this blog.


Kirkwood Mountain Resort – downhill & cross country skiing, snowshoeing

Kirkwood Mountain Resort is one of Lake Tahoe’s premier ski resorts. The resort offers downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. It is about a one hour drive from our lodgings at Lakeland Village Resort.  This activity is dependent on pooled cars.

For detailed information on this day trip, visit the posting “Kirkwood Mountain Resort Day Trip” in this blog. This trip is scheduled for Tuesday or Wednesday.


Camp Richardson – Cross country skiing, snowshoeing

Many picturesque cross country ski trails and snowshoe trails overlook beautiful Lake Tahoe. It is a short distance from our lodgings at Lakeland Village Resort.

For detailed information on this half day trip, visit the posting “Cross Country Skiing at Camp Richardson” in this blog. This half-day trip is scheduled for Thursday


Northstar California Resort – downhill & cross country skiing

Northstar Mountain Resort, is one of Lake Tahoe’s premier ski resorts. The resort offers downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing. It is located near the north shore of Lake Tahoe. It is about a one and a half hour drive from our lodgings at Lakeland Village Resort. This event is dependent on pooled cars.

For detailed information on this day trip, visit the posting “Northstar Mountain Resort Day Trip” in this blog.   This is an unscheduled trip.


Carson City Day Trip – Nevada State Museum, historic hot springs (non-skiing day)

Walk through the recreation of an old abandoned town in the Nevada State Museum. Soak in the Carson Hot Springs, which was founded during the Gold Rush.

Carson City is the capital city of Nevada. To the east is the desert. To the west are the Sierra Nevada mountains. It is midway between Reno and South Lake Tahoe.

For detailed information on this day excursion, visit the posting “Carson City Day Trip” in this blog. This trip is scheduled for Tuesday or Wednesday.

 Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised 3/4/22



Cross Country Skiing Summarized

Cross Country skiing in South Lake Tahoe Area

There are very few locations in South Lake Tahoe that actually feature groomed terrain. The three places we recommend are at Kirkwood Mountain Resort, Northstar California Ski Resort, and Camp Richardson. Day trips are planned at all these placesm but the trips are dependent on pooled cars.

Kirkwood Mountain Resort

“Cross Country & Snowshoe Center” at Kirkwood Mountain Resort

The cross-country ski area has over 60 kilometers of groomed trails and features easy to advanced routes along their trail system.

For detailed information on cross country skiing with our group at Kirkwood Mountain Resort, visit the posting  “Kirkwood Mountain Resort Day Trip” in this blog. This trip is scheduled for Tuesday or Wednesday and is dependent on pooled cars.

Northstar California Ski Resort

“Cross Country, Telemark and Snowshoe Center” at Northstar California

The mid-mountain cross country ski center has 35 kilometers of scenic trails that are perfect for cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

For detailed information on cross country skiing with our group at Northstar California Ski Resort, visit the posting “Northstar Mountain Resort Day Trip” in this blog. This is an unscheduled trip.

Camp Richardson Resort

Many picturesque cross country ski trails overlook beautiful Lake Tahoe.

For detailed information on cross country skiing for a half day with our group at Camp Richardson, visit the posting “Camp Richardson Cross Country Skiing” in this blog. This half day trip is scheduled for Thursday.


Tahoe Trail Guide

Below is a map from Tahoe Trail Guide with general areas in which to cross-country ski in and around South Lake Tahoe.


Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised 3/4/22


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)


Question: What are my options for discounts on rental equipment?

If a person has an Epic pass, then the person can present it to a rental shop offering Epic Mountain Rewards to receive 20 percent discount.

For additional information see blog posting: Ski Equipment

Question: I don’t ski. What activities will there be for me to do?

Our winter bash has been designed with both skiers and non-skiers in mind. Non-skiers are welcome and can spend their day time freely, though they are expected to join in evening meals and activities.

Browse through this blog and you will find numerous planned and unplanned activities for non-skiers. These activities range from an hour long to a full day.

Heavenly Village outdoor mall is located about one mile from Lakeland Village Resort where we will be staying. There is free shuttle service between the two places. In addition to shopping, dining, and entertainment, there is an outdoor ice skating rink and a couple of day spas. For more information on heavenly Village, see blog posting: Heavenly Village. 

For things to do at Lakeland Village Resort, see blog posting: Lakeland Village Accommodations. Then click on the link under “Amenities of the Resort.”

Question: Will there be an option to visit some hot springs in South Lake Tahoe area after a day of skiing?

The Tahoe Basin (or a short drive from Lake Tahoe) is home to a number of hot springs, each known for the nourishing, therapeutic, mineral-rich water and steamy hot relaxation. None are close enough to visit after a full day of skiing. The only hot springs we have put on our schedule, Carson Hot Springs, is in conjunction with a day trip to Carson City.

Lakeland Village Resort has a hot tub, however, its availability will depend on health regulations that are in place at the time of our visit.

There are numerous day spas in South Lake Tahoe offering a massage, facial, or sauna.

For additional information see blog posting: Hot Springs and Spas.

Question: Can I bring a non-CS friend? (I don’t want to come alone)

Everyone attending an ASCSA event must be a practicing student of Christian Science. The ASCSA mission statement reads, in part, as follows: “ASCSA events are open to all adult unmarried students of Christian Science. No smoking, drinking, or drugs will be allowed. Participants do not need to be members of The Mother Church.”

Many people will be coming alone. The purpose of our organization is to have fun with new and old friends who are students of Christian Science. Coming alone helps foster that bond.

Question: What Covid regulations will be required to be followed by participants during our event?

Due to the pandemic:

Participants may be required to wear masks and social distance within our group and with those around us.  Participants will be expected to follow any California and/or Nevada state guidelines that are in effect along these lines during our event.

Please consider your state’s interstate travel regulations while various restrictions are in place

The ASCSA Executive Committee reserves the right to cancel the event if required. For those who have registered and paid, you will be notified and your event registration fee returned.

Question: (private bed in shared room) If I sign up for a shared room, will I be guaranteed a private bed?

No. The units we are renting through Lakeland Village are leased by Lakeland Village. The private owners can change their bed configurations in their property at will. We have been guaranteed in each of our two houses that each room will have at least one queen-size bed and two beds in a loft (shared space). On arrival we may see that some of the rooms have two single beds instead of one queen.

Anyone who books a shared room will be assigned a same gender person to share the room with. They may get assigned the loft with two beds or a room with only one bed. To be prepared for the unknown in a room with one queen or king bed, one possibility is to bring an air matress. Then on arrival one of the two people can decide if they want to sleep on the air matress .

Question: Are all bathrooms shared?

All bathrooms are shared. There are no private bathrooms

Question: What are my options for discounts on lift tickets?

See blog posting: Epic Pass (Lift Tickets)

Question: (food) If I am a vegetarian, will the food provided take this under consideration?

Yes.  If you have specific diet requirements, please respond accordingly when asked this question at time of application.  Also see blog posting: All About Eating

Question: Do I need a vehicle?

If you are thinking of doing a day trip, it might be worth it to have a vehicle.

Note that driving in the Lake Tahoe area during the wintertime may require the need for a 4-wheel vehicle, snow tires, chains, or all of these.

The pooling of cars will be possible on any day trip if someone with a car wants to go. Note that the person with a car may prefer to not have others in their car due to concerns of driving safety or for other personal reasons.

Question: Will there be a full time Christian Science Practitioner available during our winter bash?

Yes. ASCSA will be hiring a CS Practitioner to pray for us during the entire time of our winter bash.  Visit the Contacts posting in this blog for contact information.

Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised 3/4/22


Favorite links South Lake Tahoe Area


All about South Lake Tahoe (especially good regarding social distancing and mask restriction updates) –

Our accommodations

Lakeland Village Resort at Heavenly –

General Activities

Hot springs near Lake Tahoe –

Ice skating at Heavenly Village –

Cross country ski & snow shoeing

        Resort at Camp Richardson

         Kirkwood Cross Country & Snowshoe Center –

Tube and snow mobiling with Tahoe Snowmobiling

All about skiing

Epic pass (lift ticket)

Gondola Ski & Sport (at Heavenly Village) –!/resort/heavenly-resort

Tahoe ski resorts for use with Epic Pass (lift ticket)

Heavenly Ski Resort –

Kirkwood Ski Resort –

Northstar California Ski Resort –


Raley’s (near Heavenly Village) – (our overflow parking is behind this supermarket)

Safeway (near Lakeland Village)

Whole Foods (across street from Lakeland Village) –

Grocery Outlet (Discount supermarket near Lakeland Village)

Dining in South Lake Tahoe

Red Hut Cafe – See Trip Advisor

Heidi’s Pancake House –

Dining at Heavenly Village –

Lake Tahoe AleWorX (great pizza in spacious surroundings – fire pit outside)

Round Table Pizza – Take out and delivery –


Heavenly Village –

For favorites, visit “Heavenly Village” posting on this blog

Live Music 

Base Camp Pizza Co at Heavenly Village –

The California Burger Company at Heavenly Village –

Basecamp Beer Garden, 4143 Cedar Ave (part of the Basecamp Hotel), near Heavenly Village – www,

Gunbarrel Tavern & Eatery at Heavenly Village –

Carson City, Nevada

Nevada State Museum –

Historic Carson Hot Springs –

Other favorites

Ski Run Marina –

Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice

This posting was revised on 3/4/22

Supermarkets in South Lake Tahoe

Supermarkets in close proximity to Lakeland Village

Whole Foods – across the street from Lakeland Village

3600 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe

Safeway almost across street from Lakeland Village


Grocery Outlet, Bargain Market – down the road from Lakeland Village

2358 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe

Raley’s – huge supermarket next to Heavenly Village

Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised 2/26/22


All About Eating

Dining in and out in South Lake Tahoe


ASCSA Evening Dining Plan Saturday arrival, Saturday departure

1) Saturday (arrival) – Dine out in small groups walking distance from our accommodations or at Heavenly Village (price not included).

2) Sunday – Dine in Pizza (delivered), & beverage (price included)

3) Monday – Dine in Chinese food (delivered), salad & beverage (price included

4) Tuesday – Dine in – Rotisserie chicken (to be picked up), salad, & beverages (price included)

5) Wednesday – Dine out – Pizza (delivered) and beverages in First Church South Lake Tahoe Sunday School following in-person church service (price included)

6) Thursday – Dine outGoing away dinner at Scusa Italian Ristorante, South Lake Tahoe (price not included; $30/individual – revised from $20 due to increased prices in South Lake Tahoe, in general)

7) Friday – Dine in – Tacos, leftovers, & beverages (price included)


Beverages & water – A limited amount of drinks will be provided in our residence

Various diets – If you have specific diet requirements, please respond accordingly when asked this question at time of application.  Dinner menus are posted above for eat-in dinners.  Feedback must be in writing if someone doesn’t want or can’t eat what is being planned.

People wanting to add onto our primary purchase when “dine in” is scheduled – nobody will be allowed to add to any primary purchase when meal is included in the price. If anyone feels that when the food comes (or before) that they are going to want more to eat, they can purchase additional food at a nearby supermarket, such as Whole Foods, which is across the street.

Snacks – Assorted snacks & sweets will be provided throughout each evening in the common areas of the main house.  We encourage participants to get comfortable in the kitchen doing such things as heating up apple cider, popping popcorn, or baking brownies and cookies.  All ingredients will be provided.


/Stateline Brewery and Restaurant in Heavenly Village (opposite

Harrah’s entrance to Food Court) – great underground dining – open later than other restaurants in Heavenly Village – great for small groups of 6 or less

Third Man Deli – Gourmet sandwiches – located across street from Ski Run Marina near Lakeland Village

Isabella Ristorante – Italian Restaurant across street from Calilfornia Burger Co in Heavenly Village. Upscale and busy. Difficult for groups

Hunan Garden Restaurant – take out and delivery

900 Emerald Bay Road, SLT 530-544-5968

Take out menu. Prices average $7.25 per item

Jade Garden – Take out (and delivery?) 2244 Lake Tahoe So. Blvd. 530-543-1688

low key standby for Chinese meals”

Lake Tahoe AleWorX (pizza)

good pizza place for large group to eat in is the one that is just outside of town near the YMCA on rte 50 – wood-fired pizza is great -offers take out and delivery


Round Table Pizza – Take out and delivery

1062 Emerald Ave. 530 -544-5500

Pizza price averages $25– since 1959 in multiple locations in USA

Blue Dog Gourmet Pizza – take out and delivery (free delivery Midtown only)

located in Stateline in Raley Plaza 530-541- 0123 – (other location is in “Midtown” near our church 530- 541-0813) –

Pizza plus other Italian food – Pizzas are all $24

Lake Tahoe Pizza Co.Take out, no delivery

1168 Emerald Bay Road – (530) 530-544-1919


Cozy pizzeria with rustic decor serving homemade pies on wheat, white & corn dough since 1973 – $20 pizza, calzones, salad & pasta, cheap spaghetti.

Base Camp Pizza Co (in Heavenly Village) – long lines on weekends

Red Hut Cafe (there are three of them)

Closest one to our accommodations is at entrance to Ski Lift Road on Main Street.

It has good breakfasts and good ice cream section

Heidi’s Pancake House (just beyond Red Hut Cafe; near Lakeland Village) –

Riva Grill on the Lake (at Ski Run Marina near Lakeland Village) fine dining on the waterfront

Mexican food – there are lots of hole-in-the-wall Mexican places – cheap and good

Lucky Beaver bar and Burger in Stateline, Nevada, near Harrah’s Casino – open 24 hours – “best burgers in the state of Nevada” – small restaurant that gets packed between 6-7pm nightly – has long tables

Scusa Italian Ristorante, South Lake Tahoe  We will be dining at this restaurant on Thursday evening.

Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised on 3/4/22





Music in South Lake Tahoe


Harrah’s Lake Tahoe

Live Blues music on Tuesdays from 8-midnight on main stage.  No cover


Heavenly Village

Note: Heavenly Village has a free shuttle to/from Lakeland Village. Check schedule provided at our accommodations for departure times.

Base Camp Pizza

Small place, always packed

The California Burger

Probably the most popular place for eating and live music in Heavenly Villlage – outdoor bar with firepits & live acoustical music

Gunbarrel Tavern & Eatery

Popular outdoor bar with fire pits & live acoustical music. Great location at outside fire pits looking into the village and gondola


Other Venues

Basecamp Beer Garden (part of the Basecamp Hotel)

4143 Cedar Ave, South Lake Tahoe (behind Harvey’s Lake Tahoe Hotel & near Harrah’s Casino)

(phone) 530-208-0180

Live guitar music nightly from 6-10pm.  Fire pits outside. This place is a classic.  Less likely to be as packed as live music places at Heavenly Village but not as interesting surroundings, but if you’re looking for funky, casual, and historic, this is it!

Reva Grill at Ski Run Marina on Friday evening. 

http://www.RivaGrillcom  530-542-2600



Publications for events in South Lake Tahoe

South Lake Tahoe Events Calendar

Lake Tahoe This Week


Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised 3/4/22


Transportation and Parking

Transportation from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, Sacramento International Airport, area ski resorts, and around South Lake Tahoe.  This posting includes parking information for LakeLand Village Resort (where we will be staying)

Transportation from Reno airport to Lakeland Village Resort at Heavenly

Reno-Tahoe International Airport shuttle details

For ticketing and shuttle schedule visit the website for the South Tahoe Airporter

We suggest booking this in advance online. The in-person check-in and ticketing counter is just beyond door “D” in the Baggage Claim area, behind the National Car Rental counter.

Get off the Airporter shuttle at Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel (last stop?) (steps to Heavenly Village in South Lake Tahoe). It is the closest stop to the Tansit Center behind Heavenly Village (ask bus driver to be sure you are going the correct direction).

From South Lake Tahoe Transit Center to Lakeland Village

1) Free Lakeland Village shuttle – The Transit Center is where you pick up the free Lakeland Village shuttle van that brings you directly to Lakeland Village. Call the front desk of Lakeland Village to confirm there is a shuttle coming and what time you should expect it. The number for Lakeland Village front desk: 530-544-1685 (you may have the schedule, but you need to be sure it is running the day you are there at the Transit Center) Note that the shuttle van could say either “Lakeland Village” or “Heavenly” on the side. See more info below under “Lakeland Village Resort – Free Shuttle Service” 

2) You can also take bus #50 (free) which will drop you off almost in front of Lakeland Village entrance. If you want to take a bus #50, go to Google Maps and put in Lakeland Village. When you click on “bus” directions it will show you the exact route bus #50 will take you and the time to expect the next bus. You can also check the bus schedule that is posted at the Transit Center. When you get on the bus, confirm with the driver that you want to be dropped off at the entrance to Lakeland Village. (A landmark when you are approaching it about 10 minutes into the ride is a large Whole Foods store on the left side of the street – you want to be dropped off almost opposite this store)

Arrival at Lakeland Villsge, townhouse #631

Check in time on Saturday, March 5, is 4pm. Keep Merrilee posted by text with your expected arrival time at Lakeland Village (whether driving or taking public transportation). Be sure you get a confirmation of your text. This is important to ensure that someone will be at the house when you arrive to let you in. There is no need to check in at the main reception desk at the complex. Merrilee and Rick will already have done this by the time everyone arrives. Merrilee’s cell for text: 401-369-0243. On arrival at the complex the easiest way to find out house is to pass the main reception area then follow the signs to “Aspen Parking” Look for our house #631 at the far end of the parking lot.

If you are driving, find any parking spot in Aspen Parking lot and unload. Then discuss with Merrilee or Rick where to park your car (see additional info below under “Lakeland Village Resort – Parking”)

Transportation from Sacramento International Airport to Lakeland Village Resort

Note: At one of our Zoom gatherings a comment was made that sometimes the pass is closed between Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe due to heavy snowfalls. This should be checked thoroughly before making the decision to travel this route.

Amtrak Thruway Connecting Services




It is about one mile between our lodgings and Heavenly Village. There are several ways to get between the two places

1) Free shuttle service provided by Lakeland Village Resort. A schedule will be provided on arrival. 

A note about the white Heavenly shuttle bus from Heavenly Transit Center to Heavenly’s California Main Lodge (a.k.a. California Lodge) the Heavenly shuttle from Heavenly Transit Center (where the gondola is) runs every few minutes during the day to California Lodge and stops at Ski Run Marina on request. Ski Run Marina is a five minute walk to Lakeland Village. So if you see this shuttle bus at the Heavenly Transit Center about to take off for California Lodge, don’t wait for the Lakeland Village shuttle which isn’t as frequent. Just take the shuttle towards the California Lodge and get off at the Ski Run Marina and walk five minutes to our townhouse. Be sure and tell the bus driver to stop at the marina.

A note about any white shuttle bus that says “Heavenly” on the side – this is an amazing shuttle service that drops people off what seems like all over town. Suggestion: take it one day to see where it goes and where people are getting off. You will find that once you are familiar with this shuttle, you can get just about anywhere you want in South Lake Tahoe free of charge!

2) Walk – lovely 20 minute walk on lighted, paved pathway

3) Public bus – Bus #50 passes by Lakeland Village Resort every few minutes all day everyday (see details below)

4) Uber



Free shuttle service between Lakeland Village and downtown South Lake Tahoe (2 miles maximum)  This does not include service to casinos just over the border (short walk from Heavenly Village) in Stateline, Nevada.

Hours of operation:  The shuttle starts at 8am daily and picks up at Lakeland Village on the hour from 8am – 11am routing between California Lodge and Lakeland Village. After 11am, the shuttle adds the gondola to its drop off points. A scheduled will be provided on arrival.

Phone number at resort front desk for questions : 530-544-1685  (call to confirm pick up if coming from Heavenly)


SOUTH SHORE TRANSIT SYSTEM (part of Tahoe Transportation District)

For route and schedule information, visit:

Public bus area is located behind Heavenly Village in the Transit Center. Bus #50 passes by Lakeland Village (10 minute ride). There isn’t a stop there, but if you ask the bus driver to stop in front, he should do it for you.

It is difficult to catch the bus going the other way (back to Heavenly) because there isn’t a bus stop across the street (it is located about a 10 minute walk from Lakeland Village near IHOP (by that time you are halfway to Heavenly).



There is a free shuttle bus from the transportation center at Heavenly Village to California Lodge on the other side of the mountain (10 minute ride). Skiers can ski from the top of Heavenly to California Lodge at the end of the day and take a shuttle bus back to Heavenly Village


Kirkwood Ski Resort & Northstar Ski Resort from Lakeland Village ResoRT

No shuttle service is being offered from Heavenly to these two ski resorts due to lack of interest. The only way we can get to these mountains is by pooling our cars.

See the following posts on this blog for more information:

1) Kirkwood Mountain Resort Day Trip

2) Northstar Mountain Resort Day Trip (unscheduled)



There is plenty of free parking provided by Lakeland Village for anyone staying at the resort, however only two cars for each of our houses will be able to park at Lakeland Village near our accommodations. Additional cars will have free “overflow” parking behind nearby Raley’s Supermarket –

Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised on 3/4/22