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Resort at Squaw Creek is located 42 miles west of the Reno/Tahoe International Airport, 200 miles east of San Francisco and 100 miles east of Sacramento via Interstate 80 with access to Highway 89 south. Limousine/shuttle service can be arranged for guests through our Concierge.
If you are driving to the Resort in the winter season, we strongly recommend renting either an AWD or 4WD vehicle. If you have a 2WD vehicle, we recommend keeping chains with you in the case of chain control during stormy conditions. Practice putting your chains on prior to your journey to the Resort.
In the event of a storm, it is important to have an emergency kit in your car in the case you are stuck on the interstate. We suggest packing food, water, and ensuring your gas tank is full for your journey.
If you visit during a winter storm and use our self-parking lot, we recommend bringing a snow shovel and an ice scraper.
Check-in at the resort begins at 4 pm. If you arrive earlier, we will do our best to accommodate you based on availability. If your room is not available upon arrival, we will happily store your luggage at no extra charge so you can get a head start on your day.
As part of Resort at Squaw Creek’s COVID-19 actions and new cleanliness standards, the resort will no longer offer valet parking. All parking lots will be available for complimentary self-parking but all new arrivals are encouraged to drop all luggage off at the front drive before self-parking.
Parking will be $20 for day only guests. Parking may be fully validated for visits to Spa at Squaw Creek and The Links at Squaw Creek. Parking may be 50% off for visiting Six Peaks Grille or Sandy's Pub with a $75 minimum spend.
What to Bring
During the summer, pack a variety of clothes to enjoy every activity Tahoe has to offer! There are infinite hiking trails, kayaks and SUPs available to rent, and miles of Lake Tahoe shoreline with beautiful beaches. At the Resort, we have three pools, a nature trail to Squaw Valley, and a fire pit going at night. Be sure to pack a jacket, even in the summer months, as the nights can get chilly.
During the winter, be sure to bring waterproof boots and clothes. Pack layers so you can regulate your temperature as necessary. If you’re planning on skiing or snowboarding and don’t have your own gear, we have a wide variety of rentals and clothing available for you to rent or purchase.
Getting around Squaw Valley
Complimentary Resort at Squaw Creek Shuttle
Please check here for the latest shuttle schedule.
Mountaineer | Winter only
Mountaineer offers an intra-valley transit program in partnership with Downtowner and SATCo. Mountaineer provides free transportation for residents and guests visiting Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. Download the app and summon one of the eight 4WD, dog-friendly vans that seat up to 9 guests and come equipped with ski & snowboard racks. One van is also ADA accessible. Take Mountaineer to your desired location within Squaw or within Alpine. For more information visit squawalpine.com/mountaineer.
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Surrounded by six majestic Sierra peaks, the Links at Squaw Creek is a championship Robert Trent Jones Jr. golf course that rests serenely at the base of Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows near Lake Tahoe, California.Book a Tee Time
North Lake Tahoe's luxurious Spa at Squaw Creek offers massage treatments, facials, and body treatments. Rated by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the Top 5 Resort Spas, Spa at Squaw Creek radiates with natural colors, materials and textures that bring the beauty of the outdoors in. Soothing water features, Aspen trees, river rocks, and natural sunlight reflect the beauty of Squaw Valley, California.Book an Appointment