Where to Stay 


South Lake Tahoe (about a 10 minute drive from Meyers) has many hotels and motels in all price ranges. Check here for a list of hotels. 


We recommend the following hotels: 

Inn By the Lake

Cedar Pines Resort

Motel 6 (dog friendly)

Tahoe Seasons Resort



There are many campgrounds in the area; however camping is very popular in the summer months, so make sure to reserve your spot well ahead of time. Check out the Forest Service’s list of campgrounds at Lake Tahoe:  


The following campgrounds are located in Meyers, close to festival activities:


Luther Pass Overflow Camping (Free!!)


You can also camp near Lake Tahoe:

City of South Lake Tahoe Campground

Fallen Leaf Lake Campground

Camp Richardson Campground


Where to Ride


The Tahoe Area Mountain Bike Association (TAMBA) website provides a summary of many local trails as well as regularly updated trail conditions and social media via Facebook and Instagram


Local Bike Shops


Sports LTD

Over the Edge

South Shore Bikes

Sierra Ski & Cycle Works  

Shoreline of Tahoe 


Where to Eat 



There are a number of restaurants located right in Meyers:

Divided Sky

The Downtown Cafe


Freel Perk 

Burger Lounge Meyers


Grocery Stores

Liras Market: 2977 Hwy 50, Meyers

Safeway: 1020 Johnson Lane, South Lake Tahoe

Raleys:  South Y Center, 1040 Emerald Bay Road, South Lake Tahoe



The weather in Tahoe in late June is ideal for bike riding (avg high: 80, avg low: 40). However, we are located in the mountains, so be prepared for anything, including snow!