Plan Your Trip

Wanderlust Squaw Valley takes place in the Sierra Mountains of North Lake Tahoe, home of the world-famous ski resort, Squaw Valley. The site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley boasts a cable car, an Olympic-sized pool at 6,200 ft., spas, restaurants, hiking, horseback riding, and more. Summers are dry and mild, with cool mornings typically giving way to day temperatures in the 70s or 80s.

Getting Here

Wanderlust Squaw Valley
 1960 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA 96146

 

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LODGING

Wanderlust partners with the surrounding properties in Squaw Valley to offer attendees the finest accommodations at exclusive rates.

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CAMPING

Camping at High Camp is available. Purchase your spot below!

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Please note: there has been a change in the parking policy. Cars and SUVs that are parked overnight for High Camp campers are not affected, however, overnight parking for RV vehicles and car campers is permitted on Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadow property for a fee ($50 per night). Please see: Getting Around & Parking on the Squaw Valley website for more information. For suggested RV and car-camper sites, see below!

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