Visitor Center – NTCA

Visitor Center

One of North Lake Tahoe’s “best kept secrets” is the power of its Visitor Information Centers. Over the last year alone, Visitor Information Center staff served over 50,000 visitors and provided over 39,000 referrals to area businesses. 

The North Tahoe Chamber operates two visitor centers: Tahoe City and Kings Beach. In Tahoe City, the Visitor Information Center operates 364 days per year, offering directions, maps, information, brochures, and referrals to many of our local businesses. Visitors often inquire about hiking trails, lodging, restaurants, road conditions, water activities, mountain activities and events.

In addition, Visitor Information Center staff manage a small retail store with 80% of its items from local vendors. A monthly rotating art wall also offers local artists a place to exhibit their work.

The Kings Beach Visitor Information Kiosk operates in the summer (late May to mid-September) and provides brochures, visitor guides and information to beach goers and visitors. Beginning in the summer of 2024, the Kings Beach Visitor Center will have a permanent, year-round location. Stay tuned for more information!

Learn more about North Lake Tahoe’s Visitor Information Centers and trip planning at

Visitor Center Manager
Kym Fabel
[email protected] or (530) 581-6900

Partnership with UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC)

A partnership between the North Tahoe Chamber and the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC) has created a new opportunity to experience popular exhibits focused on the Lake Tahoe environment and destination stewardship concepts. The North Lake Tahoe Visitor Center in Tahoe City now features four interactive exhibits that offer information about microplastics in the Tahoe environment, the watershed, and what makes Tahoe unique.

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The TOT-TBID Dollars At Work program is powered by the North Tahoe business community. Thank you to the business owners who created the Tourism Business Improvement District.