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Your Guide to Visiting Lake Tahoe in the FallTourists and locals alike flock to the shores of Lake Tahoe in the summer and winter for snow and water sports aplenty. However, perhaps one of the most dreamy seasons to visit Lake Tahoe is the season sandwiched right between these two high-traffic times. Consider it the calm between the storms, if you will. Autumn at Lake Tahoe holds endless activities, from cozy spas to outdoor recreation, but without the crowds and chaos. In fact, the weather remains mild through September and even into October, with temperatures dropping steadily as winter nears. You can even enjoy some summertime activities in the fall — with just a few more layers on! Take a look at the many adventures awaiting during your trip to Lake Tahoe this fall. With an abundance of fall foliage, a unique salmon migration, stunning hikes, and more, you really can’t go wrong.
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2017 Halloween Events in the Sacramento Area You Don’t Want to MissBelieve it or not, Halloween is creeping up just around the corner! There are several ways to celebrate the holiday in and around Sacramento — from festive kid-friendly events to beer festivals, and everything in between. It’s almost guaranteed that there will be costumes, tasty food and pumpkins at whatever event(s) you choose! SACRAMENTO AREA HALLOWEEN EVENTS INCLUDE:Mystique Dining | Pumpkin Nights | Ghost Tours | Monster Bash | Harvest Haunt Express Train Rides | Spookomotive Train Rides | Sacramento Spooky Halloween River Cruise | Safe & Super Halloween in Space | Auburn Community Harvest Festival | Dia de los Muertos | Wee Halloween | Haunted Howl-o-ween PartyOfrenda Dia de los Muertos | Sips & Spirits | Safetyville Halloween Haunt | Trick-or-Treating in Historic Folsom | Hope For Hearing Halloween Run | Sacramento RiverTrain Beer and Wine Bash | Midtown Halloween Festival |