Rubicon Bay Description

Rubicon Bay, located in El Dorado County, CA offers a quiet west shore community with a wide range of home types including unique properties, classic “old Tahoe”, luxury, new home, and lakefront real estate. This area is located between Sugar Pine Park and Emerald Bay. A 25 minute drive to the South Shore casinos, Homewood is five Miles away, Squaw Valley is about 30 minutes away. Many streets in Rubicon have expansive panoramic lake views. Meeks Bay is located right around the corner with a wide variety of recreational opportunities. Property prices start at $450,000.

Subdivisions within the Rubicon and Meeks Bay areas include:

Glenridge Park
Tahoe Hills

Rubicon Properties
Rubicon Bay
Vista
 Rubicon Park Estates
Rubicon Properties

Lodging:

Meeks Bay Resort & Marina 
| 7941 W. Lake Blvd. 
| (530) 525-6946
Meeks Bay Campground 
Information | (530) 583-3642
 | Reservations | (877) 444-6777
Tahoe Lake Cottages
 | 7030 W. Lake Blvd.
 | (530) 525-4411
Tahoe North Rentals | 
(800) 585-3312 
| www.taheonorthrentals.com

Recreation:

Hiking, rock climbing, biking, golf, fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing, restaurants, sightseeing, snorkeling & diving, boating, sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing, parasailing, jet-skiing, rafting, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and sledding.

Ski Areas:

Homewood Mountain Resort
 | 5145 West Lake Blvd.
 | (530) 525-2992

Beaches:

Meeks Bay Campground
, Ten miles south of Tahoe City 
boat launch, sandy beach D.L. Bliss State Park
SR 89, south of Meeks Bay
 Beach, hiking trails

Parks:

D.L. Bliss State Park, Emerald Bay State Park

Boat Launches/Marinas:
Meeks Bay Resort & Marina
 | 7941 Emerald Bay Road
 |
 877-326-3357 or 530-525-6946
 - Open May through November. Offering; boat ramp, slip spaces, ski boat rentals, canoe and kayak rentals, guided fishing excursions, paddleboats and water toys. Contact us for all west shore lake front real estate.

HOA’s:

Rubicon Tahoe Owners

Points of Interest:

D.L. Bliss & Emerald Bay State Parks:

Covering 1,830 acres in California’s Sierra Nevada, D.L. Bliss and Emerald Bay State Parks include some six miles of magnificent Lake Tahoe shoreline. From promontories such as Rubicon Point in D.L. Bliss State Park you can see over one hundred feet into the depths of Lake Tahoe. From the crest of Eagle Falls in Emerald Bay State Park, you can see a brilliant panorama of Emerald Bay, Fannette Island, Lake Tahoe, and the distant Nevada shore. Tahoe West Shore lakefront real estate is truly breathtaking.

The campgrounds are closed during the winter. Depending on the weather, they are open from late May until the middle of September. Campsite reservations in California State Parks may be made by calling the current toll-free reservation hotline, (800) 444-PARK, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.Pacific Time, seven days a week. Reservations for tours at Hearst Castle and Ano Nuevo State Reserve will continue to be on a first-come, first-served basis until further notice.

Vikingshom Mansion & Visitors Center
 | 11001 W. Lake Blvd.
 | 530-525-3345

See also Tahoma (nearby neighborhood)