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Highlights Squaw Valley

  • Vacation rentals
  • Wide selection of outdoor activities
  • Peaceful getaways
  • Local cuisines
  • historical landmarks
  • Sandy public beaches

Best Vacation Rentals in Squaw Valley

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Squaw Valley, Placer County
Vacation Rental • 7 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
4.5
(7 reviews)
Relax at this ideal location at the base of Squaw Valley, the premier resort in North Lake Tahoe. This condo is just a short walk (about 1,000 feet, or 300 meters) to the Village, close enough to enjoy the activities, restaurants, and shopping the Village has to offer, yet far enough from the hustle to enjoy a quiet getaway. Its open floor plan provides the opportunity for everyone to be together, and large enough for a family or two to stretch out.This is a non-smoking, no pet condo.10% Placer County lodging tax and 1% Squaw/Alpine Mass Transit tax will be charged upon confirmation of your...
from $145 / night
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Squaw Valley, Placer County
Vacation Rental • 3294 ft² • 5 Bedrooms
5.0
(20 reviews)
SUMMER and FALL SPECIAL book any 3 nights midweek for $200 off per night. Prices midweek marked down from $800 to $600 per night. Winter rentals also includes 1/2 PRICE MUTI -DAY SKI/SNOWBOARD RENTALS from MTN. MIKES SPORTS in Squaw Valley and 15% OFF MSRP ON ANY RETAIL PURCHASES.Working on vacation, we provide fast reliable WiFi speeds 1GB internet from Suddenlink Communications. IMPORTANT - All Rates and Cleaning Fee Include all local Occupancy Taxes. A Damage Waiver Fee is also included. The DWF covers you for up to $1500 of accidental damage during your stay. NO ADDITIONAL CHARGES will ...
from $630 / night
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Squaw Valley, Placer County
Vacation Rental • 893 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
4.7
(20 reviews)
**Due to COVID 19, some amenities, including the hot tubs, fitness rooms and saunas, might not be available during your stay. As of March 17, the hot tubs are available with a reservation. The information on how to make reservations is in the unit.There will be no lift tickets sold on site at Squaw/Alpine resort ticket windows for the 2020/2021 season due to COVID-19. All lift tickets and season passes must be purchased IN ADVANCE ONLINE. We are not responsible for the ability of renters to secure lift tickets. Please see Squaw Valley Alpine 2020/2021 Winter Experience website for more info...
from $341 / night

Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Squaw Valley

$480for 10 Dec - 17 Dec
$593 annual average
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Vacation rentals availability Squaw Valley

38%for 10 Dec - 17 Dec
35% annual average
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Vacation rentals in Squaw Valley

Vacation rental locations

Take a trip to this valley renowned for steep, challenging terrain. Squaw Valley is the ideal destination for anyone who loves entertainment and adventure. It features many vacation rentals, some near the valley and others a driving distance from the valley. The town is a perfect getaway from the city's noise, and it's surrounded by the best mountains to ski in during the winter. You can spend your day soaking in the heated pools or skiing down the mountains.

Vacation rentals for everyone

Squaw Valley features unique rentals that will satiate all your getaway needs. These accommodations can work for romantic couples and families alike. They feature options with free cancellation, rentals with internet, pools, and options close to skiing resorts, routes, and mountains. If you plan to dive into more action, you can find spacious accommodations fit for more than 10 people. Such accommodations are fit for families or large groups of friends. Besides, some feature additional options like saunas, ideal for after a skiing experience.

Vacations in Squaw Valley

The area and getting around

A town bustling with activities

Visiting the town in winter is fun for anyone who loves skiing. You can also enjoy the winter by tubing and snowshoeing down the mountain. Besides, there are plenty of outdoor entertainment options if skiing is not all you want to do. You can begin your stay by taking a drive around Lake Tahoe and taking in all the awe-inspiring views of Emerald Bay. During the summer, you can try hiking and bike rides. You can try taking some yoga classes and dining for some off-the-hill activities.

Local cuisine and unique local activities

After spending a day in the mountain, you can try out the foods and drinks that taste much better. Squaw Valley has an excellent selection of places to dine. You get to enjoy fantastic coffee options, burritos, and a plethora of other meals to kick off your day. Moreover, you will come across plenty of mid-mountain places where you can stop for hot chocolate or lunch. You can also try out the bars for signature cocktails and beers on tap after a day in the mountains. Besides the local cuisine, you can find sprinkles of Asian cuisine and Irish fare in Squaw Valley.

Travelers and activities

Squaw Valley for culture and history lovers

Squaw Valley, also known as Olympic Valley, was home to the 1960 Olympics. This community is within Placer County and is northwest of Tahoe City. Ski and racing have been in Squaw Valley since before the winter games. There have also been notable winners from Squaw Valley in both skiing and snowboarding fields. Squaw Valley also hosted the 1969 FIS World Cup alpine skiing races. Over the years, there have been Alpine Championships in 2002, 2013, and 2014.

Squaw Valley for watersport enthusiasts

As a watersport enthusiast, you will love all the different activities around Lake Tahoe. You can enjoy kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, rafting, boating, and fun life on the beaches during the summer. You can therefore spend your day swimming or sunbathing. There are also perfect sunset vistas in Squaw Valley for you to take in. On the east shore, you get to find smooth, sandy shorelines and hike to beaches. There are also 37 public piers that you can spend time cooling down in the summer heat.

Squaw Valley is named after the Washoe women who spent their time in the valley while their men hunted up the mountains during the summer months.

Top 5 travel tips for Squaw Valley

1. High Camp

High Camp is the perfect hub for beginners and intermediaries. You get to enjoy sweeping views of High Sierras and Lake Tahoe. You can also visit the 1960 Olympic Museum and ice skate at the Olympic Ice Pavilion.

2. Squeeze In

Squeeze In offers the best breakfast for anyone eager to make first tracks. Here, you will find the best omelets on the planet. There is also an order online to have your meals delivered to your vacation rental in Squaw Valley.

3. Suko Yama Sushi

Get to enjoy the best California-style sushi with fresh fish cut and delivered daily. Suko Yama Sushi is at the east end of Squaw Valley, and it provides the best cuisines with everything made to order from scratch.

4. Trilogy Spa

If you are a non-skier, you will love Trilogy Spa. It’s the best location for a relaxing massage. There is also an infrared sauna where you can celebrate with your loved ones and friends.

5. Alpine Meadows

Visit this ski resort located near the northwest shore of Lake Tahoe. There are 2,400 acres of skiable terrain, a 1,802 feet vertical drop, and 13 different lifts. Besides, you get to enjoy views of the wide-open backside.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Squaw Valley

How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Squaw Valley?

Our data shows that Squaw Valley had an average price of $553 per night, a relatively high one compared to the cities in the USA.

When are vacation rentals cheaper in Squaw Valley?

If it is your aim to save the maximum during your visit to Squaw Valley, pack your bags and travel there in June ($485 per night on average), September ($503), or May ($521), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Squaw Valley?

Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Squaw Valley was January, with an average price of $656 per night. This was followed by February, with an average of $607, and then December, with $601.

Do I need to plan a trip to Squaw Valley well in advance?

If you decide to put Squaw Valley on your bucket list, we suggest organizing your vacation ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 89% of rentals booked the previous year.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

April, October and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of accommodations available, with an average availability of 24%, 23%, and 18%. However, even during these months, when rental availability is the highest, the average is only 21%. So it is still important you always book a little in advance to make sure you get the rental of your dreams.

How many rentals are there in Squaw Valley?

Holidu has around 50 properties in Squaw Valley, provided by 4 different partners.

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