Spruce Grove Tahoe Cabins

Spruce Grove Tahoe Cabins

3599-3605 Spruce Ave.
South Lake Tahoe, California 96150
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Local Phone: (503) 345-9399

This cluster of seven vacation-rental cabins is in a secluded area just off Ski Run Boulevard at the foot of Heavenly Mountain Resort and within walking distance of the lake. 

All cabins are decorated in a vintage theme and have fully equipped kitchens and gas fireplaces.

Common areas include a grassy lawn with log swings, picnic patio and enclosed hot tub.

Coffee and muffins provided daily.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 4
  • Cost per dog: $20 per pet Per Night
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Over 50%

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Spruce Grove Cabins - Photo Credit: chief_woodenhead
Spruce Grove Cabins - Photo Credit: chief_woodenhead
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