Tahoe Keys Resort

Tahoe Keys Resort

599 Tahoe Keys Blvd.
South Lake Tahoe, California 96151
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Local Phone: (800) 698-2463
E-mail: info@tahoevacationguide.com

Tahoe Kays Resort
Dogs welcome.
Pet Fee: $35 pet cleaning & $100 refundable pet deposit to cover possible damage.
Dog friendly rentals are limited, check the pet friendly listings for availability.
Have you been dreaming of renting a vacation home or condominium on Lake Tahoe? Make your dream a reality at Tahoe Keys Resort the choice of visitors who want their lodging close to the lake, full of amenities and dog friendly. 

After a full day of hiking or playing in the lake it's nice to feel home at the end of the day and that is just how you will feel walking into one of the Tahoe Keys vacation rentals. All of the properties are located in the Tahoe Keys, a private marina community. Each rental is comfortable and cozy and has a fireplace to keep the evening chill at bay.  

Resort amenities include tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools, an outdoor spa and a fully outfitted exercise facility (some amenities are subject to a nominal fee).
Taho Keys Resort

When staying at the Tahoe Keys Resort you are moments away from:
  • Cool off at one of the many dog friendly beaches
  • Frolic in numerous rivers and streams
  • Try a hike, the Fallen Leaf Lake Trail is a good intermediate hike 
  • Grab a bite at the Blue Angel Cafe
Check out the pet friendly properties here: 

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Breed restrictions: Varies. Please call for more information.
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Cost per dog: $35 Per Stay
  • Refundable Deposit: $100

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