George Wittel, a wealth San Francisco heir (value $49 billion in today's dollars) bought up 45,000 acres and 27 miles of shore line on east side of Lake Tahoe. Kept if from honky tonk for a long time. This tour of his "camp" on a fabulous bay on the lake preserves the time -- and tells the story of the Lake. His wooden boat is worth the trip alone. They preservation society was offered $10 million for it). It was later owned by Bill Harrah of hotel fame.
Lovely two hour tour that you start at the visitors center with a bus to the location. Excellent information and very knowledgeable and pleasant tour docents. Highly recommend for all but children and people who cannot climb stairs.
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