• spotlight-awardThe 2016 Sports & Recreation Spotlight Award goes to Round Hill Pines Beach Resort

    As part of Douglas County’s annual State of the County celebration, seven businesses received Spotlight Awards. The award categories included: Retail, Restaurant, Manufacturing and Production, Sports and Recreation, Entrepreneur, Business and Professional Service, and Tourism and Hospitality.

    Selections were made based on staff knowledge and input from business community organizations such as the local Chambers of Commerce, the Main Street Programs, and the Business Council of Douglas County.

    Each winner received an engraved lantern with a glowing flameless candle symbolic of keeping the Economic Vitality torch lit in creating a “Community to Match the Scenery.”

    “We consider these Spotlight Awards to be a great way to highlight the economic impact and contributions business brings to Douglas County.” - County Manager, Larry Werner

    Read more at Northern Nevada Business Weekly

  • Ride your bike or walk to Round Hill Pines Beach Resort by accessing the path from Kahle Drive (3.4 miles) or Elks Point Road (1.2 miles). The path also provides access to Rabe Meadow, Nevada Beach, and offers spectacular views of Lake Tahoe's unmatched scenery.

  • Round Hill Pines Beach Resort will open mid-May for the summer! We will be so excited to see our friends again on the beach. Come join us for the day or an evening sunset.

  • We regret to announce that the Round Hill Pines Beach Resort swimming pool is decommissioned.

Weddings & Groups:

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Main Office:

300 Highway 50
PO Box 10057
Zephyr Cove, Nevada 89448
USFSRound Hill Pines Beach Resort is operated under Special Use Permit with the U.S. Forest Service, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit.

We have a strict no-pets policy.

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