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Much smaller lodge than the bigger resorts with fewer amenities. Staff was very friendly and helpful...Front desk is only open 8AM-7PM (it may be 6PM). Clubhouse is nice and large, with showers, kitchen, Dining Area, TV area. Very close to everything. You can use the...More
Response from GPR S, Manager at Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw ValleyResponded 3 days ago
Hi Cindy - we appreciate your positive review about your recent experience with us! We hope that you and your family had a great time in Tahoe.
My family and I have been vacationing here for over 10 years. And all the 10 years the resort has maintained excellent customer service the grounds are neat the rooms are constantly getting upgraded everything is excellent. The resort itself never seems crowded there are...More
Thank Johnny V
Response from GPR S, Manager at Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw ValleyResponded August 22, 2017
Hi Johnny - thanks for coming back year after year! Appreciate the great review and 5-star rating.
Rooms that face mountains can be very warm in the afternoon. A/C unit is wall mounted in the living room. Noisy but got the job done. No A/C in bedroom but there is a fan available Great place for a getaway. Helpful staff.
Thank DANIEL R
Response from GPR S, Manager at Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw ValleyResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you, Daniel - we appreciate your feedback and hope to see you again.
Only steps away from shops and restaurants at Squaw Valley Olympic Village. 10 minute drive to Tahoe City and Lake Tahoe area. 15 minute drive to Truckee and Donner Lake State Park. Bike trails everywhere including right next to Truckee River. Great time to be...More
Response from GPR S, Manager at Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw ValleyResponded 2 weeks ago
There is so much to see and do in Tahoe - sounds like you had a great time. Thanks for staying with us!
We stayed at the Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw Valley the week of July 4th. While the Tahoe City area was extremely crowded, this resort was full but very laid back. We enjoyed the hot tubs, grilling on the deck and playing ping pong. There...More
Response from GPR S, Manager at Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw ValleyResponded 4 weeks ago
Thanks for joining us for the 4th of July. Tahoe definitely gets busy for the holiday and we're happy to hear that you were able to kick back and relax with us. Hope to see you again sometime!
you should start getting a light frosting on the mountain at the time you're going in November. my sister-in-law lives about 40 minutes away from Lake Tahoe so I'm very familiar with the weather and the general area degrees... More
you should start getting a light frosting on the mountain at the time you're going in November. my sister-in-law lives about 40 minutes away from Lake Tahoe so I'm very familiar with the weather and the general area degrees wise at night late twenties midday upper fifties. as far as hiking trails weather permitting if there's not a lot of snow on the ground there's plenty of trails that you can hike. there's plenty exploring hiking to do just be sure to do your research and don't underestimate the weather when you go in the Heights you definitely are going to the right place