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2011 Tahoe Donner Association. All rates and schedules subject to change. For the most current information, please visit tahoedonner.com Produced in-house by the Tahoe Donner Communications Department.

Welcome

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Registration Information

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Beach Club Marina

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Equestrian Center

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Alder Creek Campground

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Golf Course

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Tennis Center

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Trout Creek

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Pools

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Swimming & Aquatics

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Day Camps

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Recreation Programs

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Calendar of Events

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Amenity Map

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Sail. Hike. Paddle. Swim. Ride. Swing. Explore. Summer in Tahoe Donner is packed with adventure. Spend your summer days drifting away at the Beach Club Marina or climbing to the top of Hawk’s Peak. Discover a new adventure and most importantly, have fun. What are you waiting for? HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE This guide holds all the information you need for a summer full of fun. Everything regarding event information and programs can be found in these pages. This guide is broken into four sections.

AMENITY INFORMATION: PROGRAM INFORMATION: EVENTS CALENDAR: AMENITY MAP:

PGS. 4 – 19 PGS. 20 – 26 PGS. 27 – 31 PG. 32

daily use fees, event and clinic info aquatics, day camps, recreation programs daily events by month location of each amenity

USING THE AMENITIES Each property is entitled to as many as four member ID cards for qualified individuals. Each property may purchase up to four additional member ID cards for qualifying family members. Your member ID card identifies you as a member and affords you access to the private and public amenities at the member rate (where applicable). Each property is also entitled to a maximum of two transferable guest cards for use by property owner’s guests to gain access to the private amenities, where guest access fees will apply. Up to four guests may gain access on a single transferable guest card, except at the golf course. Each transferable guest card allows one unaccompanied guest of a property owner to play at the golf course at the guest rate.

Recreation Fee Upon payment of the annual recreation fee, a member and any other eligible members associated with that membership are granted access to the Beach Club Marina, Northwoods Pool, Trout Creek Recreation Center and the Tennis Center without having to pay the daily entrance fee. The 2011 – 2012 recreation fee is $220 and is valid from May 1, 2011, to April 30, 2012. The recreation fee can be purchased at the Member Services Office at Northwoods Clubhouse or at the front desk of Trout Creek Recreation Center.

Daily Entrance Fee The entrance fee for the private amenities, including Trout Creek Recreation Center, the Tennis Center and the Beach Club Marina, is $6 for members and $8 for guests. This fee will gain you access to all theseamenities for the entire day. The entrance fee for Northwoods Pool is $4 for members and $6 for guests. If you pay the Northwoods Pool entrance fee and then choose to use another amenity on the same day, you will need to pay an additional $2 to access the other amenities when you show proof of purchase. The entire Amenity Access Policy is available online at tahoedonner.com/amenityaccess. For more information, contact the Member Services Office at (530) 587-9400.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION MEMBER REGISTRATION Day Camps: Tuesday, May 3, 8 a.m. Swim Lessons: Tuesday, May 10, 8 a.m. » STEP ONE To register as a member, each participant must be identified on your Tahoe Donner profile, even if they are 6 or under. You may add members to your profile at the Member Services Office, located in Northwoods Clubhouse, open from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Saturday. A birth certificate will be required to add a child to your profile. Please note: If your child turns 7 prior to registration this year, you may be required to pay the applicable member fees for them to be considered a member. » STEP TWO Go to http://shoptd.tahoedonner.com and create your login. To do so, you will need to enter your name and member ID number exactly as they appear on your member ID card. If you went through the registration process last summer, your login should be the same. Both previous and new users should log in and make sure that all members you may have added appear on your profile. » STEP THREE

Important! Please take careful note of the age level requirements for each program and make sure that your child is eligible to attend that program. The age requirements are established for the safety and well-being of your child. Age requirements are enforced as of the first day of the session in which your child is registered. If a child is found to be registered for a program that he/she is not eligible for, his/her registration will be cancelled and no refund will be given. There will be no exceptions with children’s ages for day camps. All children must be potty-trained to attend any camp. Children in pull-ups will not be allowed to attend camp.

Cancellation Policy! All cancellations and/or changes must be made 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you are registered, and a processing fee of $10 per program will be charged. No refunds will be given for cancellations and/or changes made less than 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you are registered.

During your checkout process you will receive links to waiver forms that will need to be completed and submitted to Tahoe Donner.

GUEST REGISTRATION

OTHER REGISTRATION

Day Camps: Tuesday, May 17, 8 a.m. Swim Lessons: Tuesday, May 24, 8 a.m.

HORSEMANSHIP CAMP To register for horsemanship camps, call (530) 587-9470 or stop by the Equestrian Center. See pg. 7 for more details. Member Registration Opens: Monday, May 9 Please note that each child must have a current Tahoe Donner membership ID card with their photo on it to be eligible for early registration. No exceptions. Guest and Public Registration Opens: Monday, May 16

» STEP ONE To register as a guest, you must obtain either a transferable guest card ID number or a member card ID number. » STEP TWO Go to http://shoptd.tahoedonner.com and create your login. » STEP THREE During your checkout process you will receive links to waiver forms that will need to be completed and submitted to Tahoe Donner.

JUNIOR GOLF SCHOOL To register for Junior Golf School, call the Pro Shop (530) 587-9443 or stop by the Golf Course. See pg. 12 for more details.

» STEP FOUR For all programs that are restricted by age, guests will be required to provide a copy of the participant’s birth certificate. Your registration will not be complete until a birth certificate is received. Birth certificates can be emailed or faxed to the address or number provided on http://shoptd.tahoedonner.com.

JUNIOR TENNIS CAMP To register for Junior Tennis Camp, call (530) 587-9474 or stop by the Tennis Center. See pg. 15 for more details. MARINA PROGRAMS To register for the Junior Sailing Program, Windsurfing Clinics or Water Kids Club, call (530) 587-9460 or stop by the Beach Club Marina. See pg. 4 – 5 for more details.

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INFORMATION Season & Hours: Friday, May 27 – Monday, September 5 7 a.m. – 9 p.m., daily (gates close at 10 p.m.) Tuesday, September 6 – Sunday, October 2 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., daily Address: 12915 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 587-9460 Email: marina@tahoedonner.com

FEATURES • • • • • • • •

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Sandy beach on Donner Lake Boat launch ramp (members only) Roped-off swim area with a platform (no boats are allowed) Sailboat, pedal boat, kayak, stand up paddleboard and windsurfer rentals Charcoal barbecues on the beach Sailing & windsurfing lessons and clinics Seasonal kayak storage Food and beverage service at the Marina Grill, including beer and wine

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Swim. Sail. Paddle. Dive into summer fun at the Beach Club Marina. Located on the east end of Donner Lake, this popular summer amenity provides something for everyone. Whether you want to relax on the sandy beach with a beautiful view of the lake or explore the lake by boat, swimming or windsurfing, hanging out at the Beach Club Marina is the perfect way to spend a summer day. In addition to lessons and rentals, the Beach Club Marina offers weekly and special events throughout the summer. Stop by and take a dip in Donner Lake.

Marina Grill From 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. you can enjoy a snack or a meal at the grill. Our menu includes burgers, panini sandwiches, hot dogs, veggie burgers, salads, ice cream, snow cones and an assortment of other tasty snacks. New this season, the Marina Grill will be serving beer and wine.

Rates Member Access w/Rec Fee Free Member Access w/out Rec Fee $6 Guest $8 Children 6 & under Free Twilight Member (after 6 p.m.) $4 Twilight Guest (after 6 p.m.) $6

Rentals Rental hours are from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily, weather permitting. All rentals must be returned by 6 p.m. After Labor Day, rental hours are from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. and rentals must be returned by 5 p.m. Member Guest One-person kayaks $12/hr $15/hr Two-person kayaks $15/hr $18/hr Hobie Wave $30/hr $35/hr Two-person pedal boat $15/hr $18/hr Four-person pedal boat $18/hr $21/hr Stand up paddleboard $15/hr $18/hr Windsurfer $15/hr $18/hr Hobie Getaway* $70/hr $80/hr *This large catamaran can accommodate several adults and is only available with a skipper, by reservation.

Lessons

Member

Sailing Windsurfing *For one person. Boat/board rental not included. Each additional person costs $5.

$40/hr* $45/hr $40/hr* $45/hr

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BEACH CLUB MARINA PROGRAMS Historical Kayak Tours Join us on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings for guided tours of Donner Lake. Your guide will present information on the history of the lake and interesting facts about the surrounding area and its inhabitants. After an hour on the water, return to the Beach Club Marina where breakfast will be served on the deck. Tours begin at 8 a.m. starting Tuesday, June 21. The last tour will be held on Wednesday, August 17. Reservations and prepayment required. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance for a full refund. Private tours are available for groups of four or more when scheduled at least a week in advance. Cost: member $15, guest $18

Water Kids Club The popular Water Kids Club will meet from 4 – 6 p.m. on Thursdays from June 23 – August 11. This club will introduce participants to a variety of water-oriented activities such as swimming challenges, windsurfing, stand-up paddling, sailing, kayaking and more. Children ages 6 and older with good swimming skills are welcome to join. Cost: $75 for the summer

Demo Days Are you looking to purchase a new kayak? Or maybe you just want to check out the latest kayaks available? On Saturday, July 9, at 9 a.m, the Sports Exchange will host a demo day featuring kayaks from Malibu, Cobra, Dagger and Perception. Free event

Sandcastle Building Contest Bring your bucket and spade down to the beach on Thursday, August 11, for our annual Sandcastle Building Contest. The contest begins at 1 p.m. and judging will take place at 3 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for the following age categories: 1 – 6, 7 – 12 and 13 and over. Contestants will fall into the age category of the oldest participant involved in the construction process. Free event

Junior Sailing Program The Junior Sailing Program is designed for beginner to intermediate sailors, ages 9 – 16. Each three-day session includes three hours of instruction per day with the majority of the time spent on the water. Classes are limited to eight students to ensure plenty of individual attention, so be sure to make your reservations early. Session times are from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., Wednesday – Friday. The first session begins June 22; sessions run weekly through August 12. Payment must be made at the time of reservation. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance for a refund. Cost: member $125, guest $150

Hot Dog Roast Every Thursday following the Water Kids Club, come enjoy a BBQ on the upper lawn. The meal will include a hot dog, pasta salad, soda and s’mores. Dinner will be served from 6 – 6:30 pm beginning June 23. The last hot dog roast of the season will be August 11. Cost: $8

Crawdad Fishing Contest On Thursday, July 28, from 1 – 3 p.m. the Beach Club Marina will be host its annual Crawdad Fishing Contest. Prizes will be awarded for the largest and smallest crawdads, and for those who can catch the most. This is a catch-and-release contest. Free event

Luau Get your grass skirt and be prepared to limbo on Saturday, August 6, as we transform the Beach Club Marina into a tropical paradise. A Hawaiian-themed band with traditional Hawaiian dancers and fire dancers will perform for your enjoyment. A Hawaiian dinner is included with beer, wine, and tropical drinks available for purchase. Advance ticket purchases are recommended. Call the Beach Club Marina for more information. Please note, the beach will close at 4 p.m. and reopen at 5 p.m. for the festivities. Cost: TBA

Windsurfing Clinics Want to learn to windsurf? Every Friday, June 24 – August 12 a windsurfing instructor will provide a clinic for a group of up to eight people. This year we will have two clinics — a Kids Windsurfing Clinic for ages 6 – 12 from 2 – 3 p.m. and an Adult Windsurfing Clinic for ages 13 and over from 3 – 4 p.m. Clinics will be held weather permitting. Please call the Beach Club Marina for reservations. Cost: $10/person

Treasure Hunt Ahoy mateys! Grab your pirate hat and head down to the beach on Sunday, June 26, or Sunday, August 14, for a Treasure Hunt. Registered teams will receive a map to various clues that will eventually lead to the booty. The quest for the loot will begin at noon — savvy… aye, see you thar, scallywags. Free event

Cardboard Regatta A long-standing employee tradition, on Saturday, August 20, head down to the Beach Club Marina for a chance to participate in the annual Cardboard Regatta. Your team will construct a boat out of cardboard and duct tape to race from the boat launch to the buoy and back. This will be followed by several other feats of agility and speed. The awards ceremony on the beach will follow with a BBQ dinner and drinks available for purchase. The events begin at 1 p.m. For more information on rules, events and cost, please contact the Beach Club Marina at (530) 587-9460. Free event

Regatta Day On Sunday, August 21, the Beach Club will host its annual Regatta Day. Come and join in the series of fun races including a new stand up paddle board relay race. Sign-up the day of the event – the racing will begin at 1 p.m. Please call the Beach Club Marina for more information. Free event

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INFORMATION Season: June 18 – September 5 Days of Operation: Open Thursday – Monday for trail rides, pony rides and private lessons Open Monday – Friday for Horsemanship Camps Open daily for boarding Address: 15275 Alder Creek Rd. Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 587-9470 Email: equestrian@tahoedonner.com

Tahoe Donner Equestrian Center offers a wide variety of services and activities. We have been in operation since the early 70s and are proud to be the finest multi-purpose facility in the area. The Tahoe Donner Equestrian Center offers trail rides, pony rides, private lessons, horsemanship camps, boarding, BBQ's and other special events. Our facility is open from approximately mid-June to Labor Day.

Reservations Reservations are required for all rides. To make a reservation, call (530) 587-9470. If you get our voicemail, please leave your name and number; your call will be returned shortly. A credit card number is required to secure all reservations. Guest rates are available to those accompanied by a member or upon presentation of a valid transferable guest card. Please be aware that there is a strict 24 hour cancellation policy for all rides.

Cancellations

FEATURES • • • • • • •

Trail rides Horsemanship Camps Souvenir/Tack shop Pony rides Horse boarding Riding lessons BBQ rides

Need to cancel or reschedule? Just give us 24 hours notice by calling the reservation desk at (530) 587-9470. No shows and rides cancelled without 24 hour notice will be charged the full amount.

Helmets Helmets are mandatory for all riders under the age of 18 and are strongly recommended for all riders. We provide helmets free of charge to our customers.

Please Be Prompt We ask that all riders arrive at least 20 minutes before a scheduled ride. This allows us time to get you checked in, assigned a horse and fitted for a helmet. Visitors are always welcome, but please check in at the office before exploring the facility. All visitors are required to sign a release form. Wear sensible clothing: long pants and closed-toe shoes. Sandals, flip flops or Tevas are not permitted on the grounds. Children must be accompanied by an adult or employee at all times.

Bits and Pieces Our tack/souvenir shop is open daily from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Hats, tee shirts, toys and snacks are available for purchase. Basic horse accessories such as grooming items, fly spray, horse treats, halters and lead ropes are also available.

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HORSEMANSHIP CAMPS Each camp generally has four students and each student will have their own horse for the week. Students may ride either English or Western style. Camps are offered in three different levels; Levels 1 and 2 are for beginner to intermediate riders and Level 3 is for advanced riders. Please note that completing one level will not automatically qualify a student for the next level. Morning sessions run from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and afternoon sessions from 1 – 4 p.m. Cost: All levels — members $385, guests $410, public $435

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LEVEL 1 This camp is for beginners with little or no riding experience. Students will learn the basics of handling, grooming, tacking up, and riding at the walk and trot. Students may repeat Level 1 (or take additional private lessons) until they are ready for Level 2. Instructor’s approval is needed before advancing to Level 2. LEVEL 2 This camp is a continuation of Level 1 and is intended for beginner riders with some experience and confidence under their belts. To qualify for this level, students should be able to fully control their horse at the walk and be comfortable at the trot. When students are fully in control at the trot they will begin learning how to lope/canter. This camp is our most popular and covers the widest range of riding abilities. Students generally take Level 2 multiple times; in each session their instruction will be suited to their ability and confidence levels. Instructor’s approval is needed before advancing to Level 3. LEVEL 3 This camp is for our most advanced riders and is intended for children ages 12 and up (exceptions may be made for qualified younger riders). Riders may come from English or Western backgrounds and must be in full control at the walk, trot and canter. Subject matter in this camp will vary depending on student’s abilities and interest.

“Alison is the only one we’d work with! We have a great respect for her and the business she has built through hard work and her outstanding reputation.”

– Dr. Robert & Janet Findlay

Alison Has Sold Over $24MM Since 2009

“Wishing you a summer of

2011 Camp Schedule: June 20 – 24 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 2 Afternoon Session: Level 1

August 1 – 5 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 2 Afternoon Session: Level 1

June 27 – July 1 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 3 Afternoon Session: Level 2

August 8 – 12 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 2 Afternoon Session: Level 3

July 4 – 8 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 2 Afternoon Session: Level 2

August 15 – 19 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 2 Afternoon Session: Level 2

July 11 – 15 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 2 Afternoon Session: Level 3

August 22 – 26 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 2 Afternoon Session: Level 2

July 18 – 22 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 2 Afternoon Session: Level 2

Additional afternoon camps may be opened if there is enough demand.

July 25 – 29 Morning Session: Level 1, Level 3 Afternoon Session: Level 2

Tahoe Donner Expert

fun in the sun enjoying Tahoe Donner’s amenities!”

Alison Elder

530 582 8103 tahoe@alisonelder.com eldergrouptahoerealestate.com

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EQUESTRIAN PROGRAMS Boarding Even your equine friend can enjoy staying in Tahoe Donner. We offer boarding throughout the summer to keep your horses happy. For more information, call (530) 587-9470. Reservations required. BARN STALL 10’ x 10’ barn stall with 12’ x 24’ attached paddock; includes daily cleaning and watering and twice daily feeding of grass and/or alfalfa hay. There is an extra charge for bedding. Cost per month: member $320, guest $425, public $450 BEDDING FEE Cost per month: member $150, guest $180, public $200 OUTSIDE PADDOCK 12’ x 24’ partially covered pipe corral paddock includes daily cleaning, watering and twice daily feeding of grass and/or alfalfa hay. Cost per month: member $295, guest $380, public $405 MUCKER SPECIAL Outside paddock includes daily watering and twice daily feeding of grass and/or alfalfa hay. Owner is responsible for the daily cleaning of their paddock. Cost per month: member $255, guest $325, public $350 OVERNIGHT BOARDING Available if space permits; usually a covered paddock. Rate includes daily cleaning and watering and twice daily feeding of grass and/or alfalfa hay. Cost per night: members $15, guests $25, public $30

Meet and Greet Come to the Equestrian Center to meet the staff and horses. There will be hot dogs, s’mores, games and prizes. Date: Friday, June 17 Time: 5 – 7 p.m. Free event

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Guided Trail Rides On our trail rides you can meander through an Aspen forest, experience high mountain meadows during wildflower season and perhaps catch a glimpse of deer, bears, redtailed hawks, quail or other wildlife. Our professional staff and trail-wise horses will take you on a ride to remember. Trail rides are guided scenic walking rides (maybe a little trotting) offered to riders at least 7 years of age, 60 lbs. in weight (230 lbs. maximum) and four feet in height. One and two-hour rides are available at set times. All rides are done on Western saddles. Long pants and boots or closed-toe shoes are required for trail rides. No hiking boots, as they tend to get caught in the stirrups. Riding helmets are mandatory for riders under the age of 18 and are provided free of charge. Reservations required. ONE-HOUR RIDES Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays Time: 1:30 and 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Time: 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Cost: member $30, guest $35, public $40 TWO-HOUR RIDES Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays Time: 9:30 a.m. Cost: member $55, guest $65, public $75

Lessons Riding lessons are offered for ages 7 and up (6 year olds considered) Thursday – Monday. Call (530) 587-9470 for available times. Beginner through intermediate level lessons are taught in both Western and English riding. Reservations required. 45 MINUTE LESSON Cost: member $40, guest $45, public $50

Pony Rides Pony rides are for children ages 2 – 6 weighing 60 lbs. or less. After instruction, an adult or pony attendant leads the pony on a walk around our pony trail. Available Thursday – Monday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Reservations required. HALF-HOUR RIDE Cost: member $22, guest $24, public $27

Saturday Night Family BBQ Starting at 5 p.m. and ending at approximately 7:30 p.m., attendees will arrive for a fun evening of horse-drawn wagon rides, games, crafts and a hearty outdoor dinner. Play a round of horseshoes or try your hand throwing a rope at the roping station. Bring your camera and get pictures of the family at the fun photo stand and dress-up station. The kids can make an ornament or decorate a bandana at the arts and crafts table. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, you’ll enjoy a dinner of flame cooked hot dogs, hamburgers and veggie burgers along with a wide selection of toppings. A variety of cheeses, bacon, chili, pineapple, avocados, sautéed mushrooms and more are available to personalize your meal. Baked beans, salad, watermelon, apple pie and of course campfire s’mores will round out the menu. Afterwards the kids can take a swing at the piñata and then compete in a treasure hunt for the Golden Horseshoe. A family water balloon toss finishes off the evening. Reservations are required. DATES June 25, July 2, July 16, July 23, July 30, August 6, September 3 Ask us about private BBQ’s; great for reunions, birthdays and other special events! FAMILY BBQ COST Ages 13 and over: Member $30, guest $35, public $40 Ages 7 – 12: Member $17, guest $20, public $25 Ages 3 – 6: Member $10, guest $10, public $10 Children 2 and under free


Get away. Tucked along the banks of Alder Creek in Tahoe Donner, Alder Creek Campground is the perfect place to escape. Loaded with amenities, Alder Creek Campground has everything including tent sites, RV sites with electricity and water, and hot showers. Campers can enjoy volleyball, ping pong, horseshoes and more, plus free Wi-Fi access for those who still want to stay connected to the outside world. Alder Creek Campground’s location makes hiking easy. With convenient access to the Emigrant Trail and Tahoe Donner’s own extensive trail system, exploring the Sierra Nevada wilderness is just steps away. From a relaxing getaway to a High Sierra adventure, Alder Creek Campground is the place for you.

INFORMATION Season: Friday, June 17 – Sunday, September 11 Office Hours: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., daily Address: 13818 Alder Creek Rd. Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 587-9462 Email: campground@tahoedonner.com

Reservation and Cancellation Policy Reservations are accepted. A Visa, MasterCard or American Express is required to make a reservation. The campground is available for public use. Member and guest rates are available upon presentation of a Tahoe Donner member ID card or a transferable guest card when checking in. Stays are limited to 28 consecutive days. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance of a reservation. In the event of a no-show, the fee for a one night stay will be charged to your credit card.

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Tent Campsite RV Campsite with hook-ups Group site Additional vehicle (per night) Pets (per animal, per night, 2 dog maximum) Wood (per bundle) Sewer (per day, limited number of hook-ups) Dump Station (non-campers)

$21 $27 $100 $5 $1 $5 $5 Free

$27 $37 $115 $5 $1 $5 $5 $5

$29 $39 $130 $5 $1 $5 $5 $5

Monthly Rates Tent Campsites RV Campsites with hook-ups

$395 $585

$455 $665

$495 $690

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INFORMATION Season: Friday, May 27 – Sunday, October 16 Hours: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., daily (weather and daylight permitting) Address: 12850 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 587-9443 Email: golf@tahoedonner.com

FEATURES • • • • • • • • • • • • •

18-hole championship course Black: 7,002; rating: 74.2; slope: 137 Black/Silver: 6,747; rating: 73.3; slope: 132 Silver: 6,562; rating: 72.4; slope: 130 Silver/Green: 5,947; rating: 70.3; slope: 126 Green: 5,588; rating: 72.3; slope: 138 Green/Blue: 5,286; rating: 70.6; slope: 132 Blue: 4,997; rating: 68.9; slope: 127 Lessons and clinics Driving range Short game practice facility Pro Shop Club rentals

Set amidst the natural beauty of towering pines and meandering creeks, Tahoe Donner Golf Course offers 18-holes of championship golf that will challenge all abilities. With its scenic layout and the “Best Greens in the Tahoe region,” Tahoe Donner embodies the elements of a classic, Sierra course.

Green Fees

Member

Guest

18-holes* $60 $75 Afternoon $50 $65 Twilight $40 $55 Junior $22 $37 9-holes $30 $40 Last Light (after 6 p.m.) $20 $25 *Mandatory cart for public not included in this fee. Pre-Season & Post Season rates are discounted from rates above. Afternoon: 12 – 2:40 p.m.; Twilight: 3 – 4:20 p.m. Junior: under 18, after 12 p.m. Fees vary by time of day and time of year.

Rentals ELECTRIC CARTS (PER RIDER) 9-holes $10 18-holes $17 Tahoe Donner Season Cart Pass (single) $375 Tahoe Donner Season Cart Pass (double) $700 HAND CARTS 9-holes $5.50 18-holes $8 GOLF CLUBS $40

Personal Cart Trail Fees (members only) Season Private Cart Pass Daily 9-holes Daily 18-holes

$425 $8 $14

Season Passes Member Full Pass (no restrictions) Member Weekday Pass (Sunday 12 p.m. – Friday 12 p.m.) Member Afternoon Pass* (Monday – Friday after 1:30 p.m.) Public Afternoon Pass* (Monday – Friday after 1:30 p.m.) Member Junior Pass (after 12 p.m.) Member 10-play Pack (18-holes) Member 20-play Pack (18-holes) Member 10-play Pack (9-holes) Guest 10-play Pack *Lower price applies if purchased on or before May 31.

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$1,200/$1,300* $850/$925* $499/$549* $519/$569* $330 $500/$550 $900/$1,000 $270 $650/$700

Public $125 $105 $90 $50 $69 n/a


Dress Code & Etiquette

Reservation Policy

We are delighted to welcome you to the Tahoe Donner Golf Course and know your round will be more enjoyable when you join us in observing a few minimum standards and core values. We strive to provide a premier club setting, appropriate to the relaxed mountain lifestyle. We appreciate our patrons choosing to dress in a respectful manner befitting the surroundings and quality of the Tahoe Donner Golf Course. We value the respect our members and guests have for each other and for the atmosphere of the course environment.

All tee times must be guaranteed with a credit card. Cancellations or reductions to the number of players reserved must be made 24 hours prior to the tee time reserved. If this requirement is not met, you will be charged the original reservation price.

PROPER ATTIRE Women may wear a sleeveless blouse with a collar or a collarless blouse with a shoulder section of at least three inches wide. Tank tops are not acceptable. The lengths of tailored shorts or skirts are to be no shorter than five inches above the knee. Men must wear a collared shirt at all times. A mock collar is acceptable.

MEMBERS TD members may make golf reservations up to 14 days prior to desired reservation date, starting at 5:30 p.m., by using ForeTees, an Online Golf Reservations System exclusive to TD homeowners, or by calling the reservations hotline at (530) 587-9440. A link to ForeTees is available through the Tahoe Donner golf website at golftahoedonner.com. For all other reservations or questions, call the Pro Shop at (530) 587-9443. Member ID cards must be presented when checking in. Members are allowed two starting times on weekdays and afternoons on holidays and weekends. One advance reservation per TD property owner is allowed on holiday and weekend mornings.

PACE OF PLAY Approximately 4.5 hours is sufficient time to complete a round of golf at Tahoe Donner under most circumstances. Your place on the course is behind the group in front of you - not in front of the group behind you. THE OPEN HOLE COURTESY When an entire hole opens ahead of your group, you are expected to invite a faster group behind you to play through. FOUR CORNERSTONES OF GOLF ETIQUETTE • Play “ready golf” • Remove all broken tees from the teeing ground • Replace all divots and cover with sand mix • Repair all ball marks found on a green

GUESTS Guests must check in with a member or have a transferable guest card. One guest per guest card.

Driving Range Times will be posted daily as daylight changes. On Wednesdays, the range opens at 9 a.m. due to maintenance. Tokens for the ball machine may be purchased at Trout Creek Recreation Center or at the Pro Shop. Range keys are available at the Pro Shop. Driving range balls are the property of Tahoe Donner Association and are not to be taken from the driving range or surrounding area. RATES One Token Three Tokens Range Key (min. 10) Range Key Deposit

Member $3.50 $10 $30 $10

Public $4 $11 n/a n/a

PUBLIC Call (530) 583-9443 within 12 days of the desired reservation date. GROUP OUTINGS For groups of 12 or more golfers, please contact the Director of Golf at (530) 587-9441 for special arrangements.

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GOLF PROGRAMS Junior Golf Schools Get your Tahoe Donner Junior Golfer prepared for the course. These golf schools are designed for 8 – 14 year olds. Junior players will learn to putt, chip, pitch, full swing, rules and etiquette. On the third day we will golf on the course. Please bring your own golf clubs, as the golf course has limited sets available. Call the Pro Shop at (530) 587-9443 to sign up. Junior Golf Schools run Tuesday – Thursday, 8 – 10 a.m. Dates: June 21 – 23, June 28 – June 30, July 5 – 7, July 19 – 21, July 26 – 28, August 2 – 4, August 9 – 11 Cost: $150/junior For more information about clinics or golf schools, call the Pro Shop at (530) 587-9443.

Private Lessons All Tahoe Donner PGA Teaching Pros are available for private lessons throughout the season. For more information on private lessons, call the Pro Shop at (530) 587-9443.

GOLF CLUB Golf Clinics Clinics are approximately one hour, daily from Monday, June 6 – Sunday, September 25. Adult Clinics are $20 per person and Junior Clinics are $15 per junior. For more information about clinics or golf schools, call the Pro Shop at (530) 587-9443. PUTTING/CHIPPING Mondays, 11 a.m. No more three putts and learn how to chip properly. Meet on the putting green. PITCHING/BUNKER Tuesdays, 11 a.m.; Understand the correct way to hit the ball over trouble. Then learn how to get the ball out of the bunker and onto the green. Meet next to the short game green. FULL SWING IRONS ONLY Mondays, 2 p.m.; Wednesdays, 11 a.m.; Fridays, 2 p.m.; Saturdays, 2 p.m. Focus on hitting irons for the proper approach shot. Meet at the driving range. SHORT GAME Thursdays, 2 p.m.; Fridays 11 a.m. This clinic covers putting, chipping, and pitching to help lower your score. Meet next to the short game green.

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HYBRIDS, WOODS AND DRIVER Thursdays, 11 a.m.; Learn the proper swing fundamentals to help improve hitting the longer clubs. Meet at the driving range. TEMPO CLINIC Saturdays, 9 a.m.; Make your golf swing smooth and effortless while hitting to a soundtrack. Meet at the driving range.

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GOLF 101 CLINIC Sundays, 9 a.m.; To help the beginning golfer to understand the correct fundamentals in the golf swing. Meet at the driving range. JUNIOR CLINIC Sundays 10:30 a.m.; This clinic is geared for ages 6 – 13. Meet at the driving range.

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Swing into summer at the Tahoe Donner Tennis Center. Located on beautiful Bennett Flat Meadow with the waters of the creek splashing nearby, the Tennis Center is the perfect place to spend a day. We have everything you need to fulfill all your tennis needs including adult and junior clinics, professional racquet stringing, lessons, events and more. Tennis is a sport that can be enjoyed at any age. Stop by to check out what we offer and we will see you on the courts.

Rates

Member

Guest

Daily Play (w/Rec Fee) Daily Play (w/out Rec Fee) Twilight Play (after 4 p.m.) Ages 6 & under

Free $6 $4 Free

n/a $8 $6 Free

Season: Saturday, May 7 – Sunday, October 2 (Subject to change, conditions permitting.) Hours: Gates open 7:30 a.m. – dusk Pro Shop Hours: 7:45 a.m. – 8 p.m. Address: 11509 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 587-9474 Email: tennis@tahoedonner.com

FEATURES

Equipment Fees Racket Rental Ball Hopper Ball Machine (One hour) Ball Machine (Season pass) Ball Machine (Family pass)

INFORMATION

$5 $5 $15 $175 $250

$5 $7 $18 n/a n/a

Reservation Policy Four of our 11 courts are available on a reservation basis for our members. Reservations may be made in person or by telephone, after 9:30 a.m., for the following day. Reservation times will start and end at the top of the hour. Two-hour reservations for morning play will only be available from 8 – 10 a.m. and 10 a.m. – noon. All reservations not claimed within five minutes of the scheduled start time will be assigned to the first party on the waiting list.

Court Walk-on Policy The remaining courts will be available for walk-on play. Walk-on courts rotate every 1.25 hours for singles and 1.75 hours for doubles. No reservations will be accepted for walk-on courts as they are booked on a first come, first served basis. You must be present at the tennis facility to claim a walk-on court. The number of walk-on courts may be limited to help accommodate lesson, clinic and event demand.

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11 hard courts Two practice walls Ball machine with serving feature Pro Shop with Nike and Head/Penn products Lessons, clinics events and junior camps Outdoor patio with barbecue and fire pit Shaded viewing deck

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Stay tuned this summer as we look to add more exciting events and programs. Celebrity Weekends, Team Tennis Trip, Date Nights, Game Nights, Fashion Shows and much more are in the works to make this summer one to remember at Tahoe Donner Tennis. Check Weekly News, TD News, tahoedonner.com, tahoedonnertennis.com, tahoedonnertennisclub.com and be on the lookout for possible YouTube, Twitter and Facebook postings as well.

Perhaps you are just starting out in the game of tennis? Or maybe you are a seasoned tennis player looking to refine your technique? No matter your level, the Tahoe Donner Tennis Center offers lessons and clinics for everyone. With close to 20 hours of weekly Adult Tennis Clinics, our Certified Tennis Professionals will have you swinging like a pro in no time. Our Junior Tennis Camps and Junior Tennis Clinics offer plenty of hands-on instructions for the tennis players of tomorrow.

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Enjoy a free day of tennis as part of our third annual Tennis Across America event on Saturday, May 7. We will have something for the whole family to enjoy as we showcase our 2011 summer programs. Sign up in the Pro Shop. Free event

Memorial Weekend Season Kick-Off Lace up those sneakers and grab your racquet as we kick off the season in style. This Tennis Club sponsored event gets you out on the courts for a great afternoon of team tennis. This exciting format will have you buzzing around from court to court and match to match as you fight for every game to help your team to victory. Date: Saturday, May 28 Round Robin: 2 – 5 p.m. BBQ and Potluck: 5 p.m. Cost: Free for Tennis Club members; Tahoe Donner member $10; Guest $10 plus $6 court fee

Pro Exhibitions Sit back, relax and watch the pros go to work as they battle it out on the court for your viewing pleasure. This year we look to scour the area and beyond for some top notch talent to entertain and show us how it is really done. Pro exhibitions start at 3 p.m., sponsored by the Tennis Club and are free to everyone. Dates: Saturday, July 2: Margarita Madness Saturday, July 23: Beer/Wine Delight

Tahoe Donner Versus Series Get your game face on as we challenge the very best players from rival clubs. The Tennis Center is excited to bring a host of exchange matches to test your skills and make new tennis friends this summer. Sign up early, as spots are sure to fill up quickly. Free to all Tahoe Donner members with a paid Recreation Fee. Dates and Times : TBA

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USTA Tournaments The Tahoe Donner Tennis Center is excited to host five USTA Tournaments this summer. This year’s tournament schedule brings back a Grand Slam, a new Senior Tournament and Tournament of the Year status as well. Visit norcal.usta.com to enter. TAHOE DONNER THIRD ANNUAL NTRP TOURNAMENT – A USTA NORCAL NTRP GRAND SLAM – 2X RANKING POINTS Friday – Sunday, June 3 – 5 NMW(2.5-5.0)s, SE; NMW(2.5-5.0)d, SE; NX(2.5-5.0)d,SE SECOND ANNUAL SUMMER JUNIOR CHALLENGER Saturday – Sunday, June 18 – 19 Challenger: BG(18-10)s, FMLC; Challenger: BG(18-10)d,FMLC PAM KRONE MEMORIAL NTRP TOURNAMENT – TOURNAMENT OF THE YEAR IN 2.5 AND 3.0 – 1.5X RANKING POINTS Friday – Sunday, August 26 – 28 NMW(2.5-5.0)s, SE; NMW(2.5-5.0)d, SE; NX(2.5-5.0)d,SE THIRD ANNUAL FALL JUNIOR CHALLENGER Saturday – Sunday, September 17 – 18 Challenger: BG(18-10)s, FMLC; Challenger: BG(18-10)d, FMLC TAHOE DONNER SENIOR TOURNAMENT Friday – Sunday, September 30 – October 2 MW(35-85)s,SE; MW(35-85)d, SE; X(35-85)d, SE

Club Championships Mark Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31, on your calendar as the tennis action heats up. Sign up to compete for the title of Club Champion. Must be a member of the Tennis Club to participate. Format TBA. Cost: TBA


TENNIS PROGRAMS Weekly Play Days

Adult Clinics

Just sign up in the Pro Shop and we will take care of the rest. All play days begin opening weekend. Play Times: May 7 - May 30, 9 – 11 a.m. May 31 – September 5, 8 – 10 a.m. September 6 – October 2, 9 – 11 a.m. Men’s Day: Tuesdays Ladie’s Day: Fridays Mixed Doubles: Sundays

Lessons Maybe camps or clinics aren’t your thing and you are looking for a more personal approach to improving your game. Lessons are also a great way to learn if any of our other programs don’t fit your schedule. Member Private - One Hour Private - Half Hour Semi-Private - One Hour Group Lesson (3) Group Lesson (4 – 8) Guest Private - One Hour Private - Half Hour Semi-Private - One Hour

$60 $35 $70 $25/person $20/person

$70 $40 $80

Burger Bashes These Tennis Club sponsored events have become a mainstay of the summer tennis schedule. Join the warm-up clinic with one of our Certified Teaching Pros and then test your skills in round robin play. Stay for the post-match BBQ and potluck. Dates: Saturday, June 25; July 16; August 13 Clinic: 3 p.m. Round Robin: 4 – 6 p.m. BBQ and Potluck: 6 p.m. Cost: Free for Tennis Club members; Tahoe Donner member $10; Guest $10 plus $6 court fee

CARDIO TENNIS Get your heart pumping with a great workout while hitting lots of tennis balls. Morning Cardio: 9 – 10 a.m. daily, except Wednesdays Evening Cardio: 6 – 7 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, Cost: member $12, guest $15 THEMED INSTRUCTIONAL CLINICS Check out the schedule of upcoming themes at the Pro Shop as these clinics provide a specific focus to help bring your game to the next level. Morning: 10 – 11 a.m. daily, except Wednesdays Evening: 6 – 7 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays Cost: member $15, guest $18 LADIES DAY DRILL AND PLAY A fun-filled morning of tennis. Sharpen your skills in a clinic with our pros and then put them to the test in round robin play. Wednesdays: 9 a.m.– 12 p.m. Cost: member $20, guest $25

Junior Tennis Camp Our Junior Tennis Camps are an ideal way to immerse your rising tennis star in a fourhour per day, five-day a week camp. These camps will have 5 – 12 year olds participate in a wide range of tennis activities to help hone their skills. Camps run Monday – Friday from 12 – 4 p.m. Cost: member $180 weekly, $45 daily; guest $220 weekly, $55 daily Session 1: June 13 – 17 Session 2: June 20 – 24 Session 3: June 27 – July 1 Session 4: July 4 – 8 Session 5: July 11 – 15 Session 6: July 18 – 22 Session 7: July 25 – 29 Session 8: August 1 – 5 Session 9: August 8 – 12 Session 10: August 15 – 19

Junior Clinics These clinics are designed specifically for the needs of junior players. An age-specific breakdown of groups will help foster learning and keep your children having fun. Sign up for six clinic sessions for the price of five. Junior Clinics run Monday – Thursday at 4 p.m. and Saturday at 1 p.m. Single clinic drop-ins available as well. Clinics start Saturday, May 28, and end on Saturday, September 3. AGE GROUPS Smashers: 3 – 4 year olds Crushers: 5 – 6 year olds Slammers: 7 – 8 year olds Bashers: 9 – 10 year olds Slicers: 11 – 12 year olds Top Spinners*: 13 & over *Limited availability – check with pro shop for dates and times Single Clinic Cost: member $12, guest $15

TENNIS CLUB Tennis anyone? Are you looking for other members who enjoy the sport of tennis? The Tennis Club is an organization that seeks to promote tennis involvement in the Tahoe Donner community. It is never too late to get into the game. For more information, please contact the Director of Tennis at tennis@tahoedonner.com. Tennis Club applications are available in the Pro Shop or online at tahoedonnertennisclub.com. The Tennis Club Board is made up of a volunteer group of homeowners that host our ever popular Burger Bashes, Pro Exhibitions and the Club Doubles Championship. All of these efforts are supported by the individuals and families who join each year. Some benefits of joining the Tennis Club include discounted event admission, free entry to Burger Bashes, free tennis clinics, eligibility to participate in the Club Doubles Championships and a copy and inclusion in the 2011 Tennis Club Yearbook. Membership: $20 individual, $30 family

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INFORMATION Hours: 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily Address: 12790 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 587-9437 Fax: (530) 587-0947 Email: troutcreek@tahoedonner.com

New! Kids Club The Trout Creek Child Drop-in Program is designed to provide parents with a safe and stimulating environment for your little ones ages 3 months – 8 years while you take advantage of the Trout Creek Recreation Center and services. Enjoy an uninterrupted workout in our state of the art cardio or weight facilities, take a fitness class, relax with a massage or enjoy a soak in one of our spas, sauna, or steam room. Drop-in services are restricted to two-hour maximum per day and parents are required to stay on premises during this time. Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 9 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday: 8 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Cost: $3 for 30 minutes* *Purchased in blocks of two-hours. Late fees apply after two hours. Please note this is an introductory rate, contact Trout Creek for current rate. Visit tahoedonner.com/troutcreek.html for Child Drop-in Program rules and restrictions.

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Run. Swim. Jump. Soak. Tahoe Donner’s state of the art fitness facility gives you many opportunities to get in shape. Whether you are just starting a fitness program or are an experienced athlete training for an event, Trout Creek Recreation Center is the place for you. Features include: weight room, cardio room, fitness classes, recreation pool, lap pool, steam room, spas, massage program, personal training and more. At Trout Creek Recreation Center, you can work up a sweat or soak in the hot tub after a day of playing in the mountains.

Access Rates

Fitness Classes

Member w/Rec Fee Free Member w/out Rec Fee $6 Guest* $8 Children 6 & under Free *Up to 4 guests per transferable guest card

Trout Creek Recreation Center offers a variety of fitness classes that cater to all ages, abilities and fitness levels. Classes include: Anusara Yoga, Cardio Cross Training, Pilates, Water Aerobics, Boot Camp, Spinning, Zumba and more. Visit tahoedonner.com/troutcreek.html for a complete schedule.

LOCKER RENTAL One week $5 One month $10 Six months $15 One year $20 Daily locker rentals are available at no charge. BASIC FITNESS CLASS Member $6 Guest $10 Member 10-pack $54 PREMIUM FITNESS CLASS (YOGA & SPINNING) Member $8 Guest $12 Member 10-pack $72 Member Unlimited Pass $290

Massage Not just an indulgence, massage is recognized as a highly effective treatment for many health conditions and a great way to recover from muscle stress created playing in the mountains or after a workout. Our staff of certified massage therapists provides a therapeutic touch in the form of Swedish/ Esalen, sports and deep tissue massage. Also offered by individual therapists are various other healing techniques including myofascial, trigger point, shiatsu, hot stone, Thai and reflexology. Visit troutcreekmassage.com to book your massage today.


Personal Training Are you planning to start a new fitness program? Do you work out but don’t see the results you are hoping for? Whether your goal is to lose weight, get healthy, build muscle or increase endurance, our personal trainers have years of experience to help set you on the right path. Contact Trout Creek Recreation Center for a list of certified personal trainers.

Member Facility Orientation On the last Friday of every month at 4 p.m., Trout Creek Recreation Center staff offers members an orientation to the center’s facilities and programs. Take a tour and learn about facility programs and the proper use of equipment from a certified personal trainer. We recommend wearing comfortable clothing.

Gym Sticker Program Children ages 9 – 13 may use the cardio and weight room with the approval of a personal trainer contracted with Tahoe Donner Association. Schedule an appointment with any of our trainers and they will create a structured exercise program to ensure safe and proper use of the equipment. Children under the age of 9 must be under the direct supervision of a personal trainer. (Personal trainer fees will apply.)

Trout Creek Running, Swimming and Cycling Groups Are you interested in joining a running, swimming or cycling group? This summer, Trout Creek Recreation Center will provide the opportunity to meet with fellow members of your community who share common interests with you. Motivation, camaraderie and advice are just a few of the benefits of joining. Fellow members will become a wealth of information on topics like how to train, and upcoming events in our area. If you are interested in participating, or you would like to share your knowledge and experience with others by leading a run, swim or bike ride, please let us know by emailing troutcreek@tahoedonner.com.

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INFORMATION TROUT CREEK RECREATION CENTER (RECREATION POOL) Address: 12790 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 Season: Saturday, May 28 – Sunday, October 2 Fees: Members w/ Rec Fee Free Members without Rec Fee $6 Guests $8 Children 6 & under Free *Difference of fee due if Northwoods Pool entry fee has been paid on the same day. NORTHWOODS POOL Address: 11509 Northwoods Blvd., Truckee, CA 96161 Season: Saturday, June 18 – Monday, September 5 Fees: Members w/ Rec Fee Free Members without Rec Fee $4 Guests $6 Children 6 & under Free

Beat the heat and jump into one of Tahoe Donner’s refreshing pools. Each of our aquatic facilities offers a unique atmosphere. Northwood Pool and Trout Creek Recreation Center both offer recreational swim hours with lifeguards on duty. Check out our full roster of swim lessons on pg. 21 as well as an array of other aquatic programs on pg 22. Trout Creek Recreation Center also boasts a dedicated lap swimming pool as well as supplemental lap swim hours in our Recreation pool.

Having a party? Celebrate your occasion with a private pool party! The Northwoods Pool is available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 5 – 7:30 p.m. for your party! Reservations must be made in advance by calling the Aquatics Coordinator at the Trout Creek Recreation Center, (530) 582-9627. Alcohol is permitted on the premises during pool parties, with the exception of glass containers. All pool parties must be booked at least one week prior to event date. Fee: $100 Interested in a pizza pool party? Ask the Aquatics Coordinator about Pizza on the Hill specials when making your reservation.

*Swim Sticker Program: Children ages 9 – 13 can register at Trout Creek Recreation Center to obtain nonsupervised swim privileges. A swim test will be required and a wrist band identifying them as non-supervised must be worn at all times. These privileges include the Trout Creek Recreation Center Rec. Pool, Family Spa, outdoor restrooms and the Northwoods Pool. No one under 14 should be left unsupervised in other areas of the Trout Creek Recreation Center facilities. These privileges will be revoked and the parent/guardian contacted immediately if any behavior problems are encountered.

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LAP SWIM TROUT CREEK RECREATION CENTER Recreation Pool Lap Swim Hours: Friday – Sunday from 7:30 – 9 a.m.* NO lifeguard is on duty at this time. *Lap swimmers will share the Recreation Pool with other aquatic programs. Lap Pool* Hours: Seven days a week from 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. *The Lap Pool deck is a Quiet Area during the season that the Recreation Pool is open.

Lap Swim Rules: 1. Lap Swim is defined by the ability to repetitively complete at least one length of the pool without assistance. 2. If it becomes necessary to share lanes with other swimmers, please choose a lane with swimmers that most closely reflect your pace. Joining a lane is by agreement of swimmers occupying that lane. 3. When two or more swimmers occupy a lane, swimmers may opt to split lanes. Circle swimming is required whenever three or more swimmers occupy the same lane. 4. Slower swimmers should keep to the outer lanes and faster swimmers to the middle lane. 5. The Lap Pool deck and spa area are a Quiet Area. Loud or rambunctious behavior is prohibited.


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RECREATION SWIM NORTHWOODS POOL Hours: Seven days a week from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

3. The spas in the lap pool area are heated to above 100 degrees fahrenheit and are not recommended for children.

TROUT CREEK RECREATION CENTER (RECREATION POOL) Hours*: Monday - Thursday, 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday - Sunday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. *Modified Seasonal Hours: May 30 through end of TTUSD school year Weekdays: 3 – 7 p.m. Weekends: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. September 5 – October 2 Weekdays: 3 – 7 p.m. Weekends: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

4. Please shower before entering the pool and/or spas.

Friday ‘Float Your Boat’ Bring your floating pool toys and have a splash! No hard sided flotation devices or floaties are allowed. Lifeguards reserve the right to remove any flotation devices at their discretion. Time: 5 – 7 p.m.

Recreation Swim Rules: 1.

Children under the age of 14 should not use the pool without adult supervision. (Please ask about our ‘Swim Sticker’ program.) Parents are responsible for the accompaniment and supervision of their non-swimmer children in any water depth that may be potentially unsafe for their ability.

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Swim diapers and/or tight fitting rubber pants are required for all children who are not potty trained. Swim diapers are available at the Trout Creek Recreation Center front desk. In the event of a fecal accident in the pool or spas, a mandatory 24-hour closure will be required. Patrons will be directed to other available facilities.

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5. Please no running on pool decks. 6. Please no diving or flipping. 7. Please no jumping or splashing in spas. 8. Please no horseplay, shoving or pushing in or around pool and/or spas. 9. Please no chewing gum or breath holding activities. 10. Please no hanging on lane lines. 11. Please no smoking. 12. Please no glass. 13. Only Coast Guard-approved life jackets are allowed in the pool or spas. No other flotation devices are allowed. 14. Trout Creek Recreation Center staff members reserve the right to prohibit any activity that they consider to be unsafe and/or disruptive. 15. In the event that we must close the Rec Pool and/or Family Spa, recreation swim hours will be available in the Trout Creek Lap Pool and/or spas from 3 – 7 p.m. weekdays and 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. weekends, unless equivalent facilities are open and available elsewhere. 16. Children 6 and under must be within arm’s reach of a parent/guardian.

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INFORMATION Mailing Address: Tahoe Donner Association ATTN: Aquatics 11509 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 582-9627 Fax: (530) 587-0947 Email: aquatics@tahoedonner.com

SWIM LESSONS Semi/Private Lessons Our private lessons are designed to provide instruction for basic skills such as floating, kicking, breath control and advanced stroke refinement. Instructors will gauge the level of each student and work with them at their own pace. Purchase of a semi-private lesson entitles registrant to a minimum of two and maximum of three participants per semiprivate lesson. Students may be no more than one level apart. All lessons are 30 minutes in duration and must be booked at least one week prior to the class date. Private Lesson Cost: member $30/lesson, guest $35/lesson Semi-private Lesson Cost: member $40/lesson, guest $45/lesson June 13 – August 19*: Mondays – Thursdays 9 a.m., 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., 11 a.m., Trout Creek Recreation Center 5 p.m., 5:35 p.m., 6:10 p.m., Northwoods Pool *Evening lessons end August 4 Fridays 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m., Trout Creek Recreation Center

Adult Swim Lessons BEGINNER No previous skills required. This is a basic swim course for adults just learning to swim. The course is designed to teach floating and basic stroke techniques, including the front crawl and elementary backstroke. Sessions consist of four classes and each class is one hour in duration. Days: Monday – Thursday Time: 7 – 8 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: member $40 Session 1: June 20 – 23 Session 2: June 27 –30 INTERMEDIATE Prerequisite: Adult Beginner or equivalent ability. Continue to improve the front crawl and be introduced to the breaststroke and sidestroke. Depending on skill level, advanced strokes, treading water and flip turns may be introduced. Days: Monday – Thursday Time: 7 – 8 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: member $40 Session 3: July 18 – 21 Session 4: July 25 – 28

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GROUP SWIM LESSONS Parent Swim Lesson Orientation The Tahoe Donner Association invites you to our Parent Swim Lesson Orientation on Sunday, June 19, at 7 p.m. Come meet our instructors, learn what to expect from Tahoe Donner’s Learn to Swim Program, and receive some fun and useful tools to prep your little one for learning to swim. Together we can make your child’s swim lesson an enjoyable and successful experience. Instructors and the Aquatics Coordinator will be available to answer any questions you may have.

FREE Swim Lesson Demo Day Join us for a FREE 30 minute swim lesson before our regular lessons begin! On Thursday, June 9, from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. we will be conducting a Water Safety Instructor class to train our swim instructors for the summer season. As part of their training, we need real students to practice teaching skills. Your swimmer can take part in a FREE 30 minute swim lesson and level check to regain those swimming legs and determine at what level they are currently swimming. Reservations can be made in advance by calling the Aquatics Coordinator at Trout Creek Recreation Center, (530) 582-9627. Students must be at least 6 months old for Guppies and be accompanied by an adult in the water and at least 2-½ years old for all other levels.

Swim Lesson Potluck Come out to the Trout Creek Recreation Center BBQ area and celebrate your child’s swim accomplishments for 2011! All those that participated in the 2011 Learn-to-Swim Program are invited. Swimmers will receive a certificate and award and enjoy water games, face painting and fun in the sun with their swim instructors. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided. For more information, or to make your reservation and receive your potluck assignment, please call the Trout Creek Aquatics Coordinator at (530) 582-9627. Please RSVP no later than Monday, August 1. August 4: 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Lessons are 30 minutes long and sessions run for two weeks. Morning lessons are held at Trout Creek Recreation Center and evening lessons are held at the Northwoods Pool. To provide consistent, quality swim lessons, PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE FIRST LESSON OF ANY SESSION FOR WHICH THEY ARE ENROLLED. All participants must be registered at least one week prior to the class start date. A minimum enrollment of three participants per session is required. Classes may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Days: Monday – Thursday Cost: member $40/session, guest $45/session Session 1: June 20 – 23, 27 – 30 Session 2: July, 5 – 8,* July 11 – 14 Session 3: July 18 – 21, 25 – 28 Session 4: August 1 – 4, 8 – 11 *Note: Lessons this week will be Tuesday – Friday due to the 4th of July holiday. GUPPIES: PARENT/TOT Children ages 6 months – 3 years will spend time with a trained instructor. Adults will be taught to help children learn water adjustment, use of supported floats, kicks, and assisted entries through instruction songs and games. This is a water exploration experience for both parent and child. Session 1 – 4: 11:00 a.m. LEVEL 1: BUBBLE BLOWERS Children ages 2-½ and older can adjust to the water and a swim lesson setting. Instructors focus on introducing the following skills: water entries and exits, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, kicking, arm movements, body position, and supported locomotion. Session 1 – 4: 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., 11 a.m. Session 1 – 4: 5 p.m., Northwoods Pool LEVEL 2: STARFISH Prerequisite: Level 1. Instructors will build on prior water abilities focusing on the following basic skills: floating, gliding, retrieving underwater objects and unsupported swimming on front and back. Session 1 – 4: 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., 11 a.m. Session 1 – 4: 5:35 p.m., Northwoods Pool LEVEL 3: DUCKIES Prerequisite: Level 2. Students at this level will learn the front and elementary back strokes. Instructors will introduce treading water, diving, rhythmic breathing and promote water safety. Most skills will be performed independently. Session 1 – 4: 9 a.m., 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., 11 a.m. Session 1 – 4: 6:10 p.m., Northwoods Pool

LEVEL 4: SEALS Prerequisite: Level 3. Students will work on their endurance during the front and back crawl strokes. They will be introduced to breaststroke, new ways of treading water, diving and rotary breathing. Session 1 – 4: 9 a.m., 9:40 a.m., 10:20 a.m., Trout Creek Recreation Center LEVEL 5: DOLPHINS Prerequisite: Level 4. Students will work on improving existing skills while increasing endurance. They will be introduced to the butterfly, competitive dives and open turns. Session 1 – 4: 9 a.m. Trout Creek Recreation Center LEVEL 6: SHARKS Prerequisite: Level 5. The objective of Level 6 is to refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. This is also the time to introduce other aquatic activities. Level 6 is designed with “menu” options, including Fitness Swimmer and Personal Water Safety. Fitness Swimmer allows students to demonstrate etiquette in fitness swimming, use of equipment when swimming and to demonstrate various training techniques. Personal Water Safety will introduce surface diving, survival float, survival swimming and self-rescue techniques. Session 2 and 4, Fitness Swimmer: 9 a.m. Trout Creek Recreation Center Session 3, Personal Water Safety: 9 a.m. Trout Creek Recreation Center

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS Tiger Sharks Tahoe Donner’s recreation swim team – the Trout Creek Tiger Sharks, is in its third season. Come join us for fun and fitness developing core skills in all four racing strokes! Participants must be 6 – 15 years of age and must be able to complete the skills equivalent of a Level 5 swimmer or higher. Please note: a minimum enrollment of five participants per session is required. Workouts may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Days: Monday/Wednesday/Friday Time: 8 – 9 a.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: $30 per week*, Drop in fee of $12 *Register for all 6 sessions and save $20! Discount will be given after the completion of Session 6. Session 1: June 27 – July 1 Session 2: July 4 – 8 Session 3: July 11 – 15 Session 4: July 18 – 22 Session 5: July 25 – 29 Session 6: August 1 – 5

Swim Camp Swim Camp is fun in the sun! Come to camp and improve your endurance and swim skills through a variety of games and drills. Participants must be 7 years or older and have completed equivalent of Level 4 or higher. Younger swimmers will be considered based on swimming ability. June 27 – July 1: 9 – 10:30 a.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: member $80, guest $90

Water Aerobics Our water aerobics classes focus on cardiovascular conditioning using interval segments and targets a Beginner/Intermediate level. Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 a.m. Saturday & Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: member $6, guest $10

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Junior Lifeguard Training Join us for a fun-filled week of basic lifeguarding skills. Participants will practice rescue techniques in pool, lake, and river settings. This program is a great prep course for future certification. Participants must be 9 years or older and have completed equivalent of Level 5 swim lessons or higher. July 11 – 15: 9 – 10:30 a.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost: member $110, guest $120

Lifeguard Training If you are 15 years or older and looking for a great summer job or a challenging career in the aquatics industry, The Tahoe Donner American Red Cross Lifeguarding certification program will give you an advantage! The lifeguarding certification will qualify you to work as part of a committed team of certified lifeguards while you work together to provide safety and protection to aquatic patrons. You could save a life! Your certification will provide you with the necessary skills to prevent and respond to water related emergencies. Attendance at all scheduled classes is required for certification. Upon successful completion, participants will obtain the American Red Cross Lifeguard certificate, as well as the First Aid & CPR/ AED for the Professional Rescuer. May 16, 18, 20: 3 – 9 p.m May 21 – 22: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost*: member $150, guest $175 *If you are hired onto the Trout Creek Aquatics staff and fulfill your season commitment, your course fee will be refunded less a $35 materials fee.

Lifeguard, First Aid/CPR AED Review Course These review courses are intended for individuals who have successfully completed a Red Cross Lifeguarding course or first aid course within the last four years and/or a CPR/AED for the professional rescuer course within the last two years. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost*: CPR/AED $50, Lifeguard $75 *If you are hired onto the Trout Creek Aquatics staff and fulfill your season commitment, your course fee will be refunded less a $35 materials fee. CPR/AED REVIEW ONLY June 4 : 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. FULL LIFEGUARD REVIEW COURSE June 5 : 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Water Safety Instructor Course If you are 16 years or older and enjoy swimming and teaching others, this course will teach you the skills needed to teach all levels of swimming to both youths and adults. WSI certification provides a competitive edge in the aquatics industry and will often be the factor that gets you the job over other candidates. WSI certified instructors are also often paid at a higher rate than uncertified aquatics staff. WSI certification is a requirement for all Tahoe Donner swim instructors. You must attend all scheduled classes to receive certification. June 6 – 10: 3 – 9 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center Cost*: member $150, guest $175 *If you are hired onto the Trout Creek Aquatics staff and fulfill your season commitment, your course fee will be refunded less a $50 materials fee.


Are you ready to enroll your kids in a summer of fun filled activities. All of our day camp sessions are five days spanning Monday – Friday. Camps are for members and member’s guests. Early registration is necessary, and registration will begin on May 3 for members and May 17 for member’s guests. Camp waivers can be found online through the Tahoe Donner website at tahoedonner.com.

NOTE TO PARENTS Please take careful note of the age level requirements for each camp program and make sure that your child is eligible to attend that program. The age requirements are established for the safety and well-being of your child. If a child is found to be registered for a program that he/ she is not eligible for, his/her registration will be cancelled and no refund will be given. There will be no exceptions with children’s ages for camp. All children must be potty-trained to attend any camp. Children in pull-ups will not be allowed to attend camp. Please note camp age ranges, times, and locations as some have changed.

INFORMATION Mailing Address: Tahoe Donner Association ATTN: Day Camps 11509 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 587-9493 Fax: (530) 587-0685 Email: daycamps@tahoedonner.com

Cancellations or Refunds: All cancellations and/or changes must be made 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you are registered and a processing fee of $10 will be charged. No refunds will be given for cancellations and/or changes less than 14 days prior to the first day of the session for which you are registered.

2011 Camp Schedule: Session 1: June 20 – 24 Session 2: June 27 – July 1 Session 3: July 5 – 8* Session 4: July 11 – 15 Session 5: July 18 – 22 Session 6: July 25 – 29 Session 7: August 1 – 5 Session 8: August 8 – 12 *Session 3 camp will be discounted 20 percent as there will be no camps on Monday, July 4.

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Imagine…

Outdoor furnishings as comfortable as your favorite easy chair, roasting marshmallows over an open fire and the laughter of friends and family while enjoying the serenity of the beautiful outdoors.

DAY CAMP PROGRAMS Donner Lake Adventure Camp This camp offers your camper many adventures including: swimming, hiking, games, indoor rock climbing, arts and crafts, Wednesday BBQ’s at the Beach Club Marina, river rafting and archery. Participants must bring a hearty lunch, swimsuit, towel, water bottle, sunscreen, hat, sweatshirt and a white t-shirt for tie-dye. Children must be willing to participate in all daily camp activities. Ages: 10 – 12 year olds Time: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. M, T, Th, F Wednesdays: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Where: Pick-up and drop-off at the Beach Club Marina at the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse is located at the exit gate in the Marina parking lot. Cost: member $185, guest $210

Club Tahoe Donner Campers will love the adventurous activities offered in this camp. Each day a new excursion will take place. They include trips to the beach, indoor rock climbing, Sierra hiking, arts and crafts, outdoor games and other favorites. Participants must bring a hearty lunch, water bottle, sunscreen, hat, swimsuit, sweatshirt, towel, closed toed shoes and a white t-shirt for tie-dye. Ages: 8 – 9 year olds Time: 9:15 a.m. – 2:15 p.m. Where: Pick-up and drop-off at the Northwoods Clubhouse on M, T, Th, F Wednesday: Beach Day, pick up and drop off at the Beach Club Marina. 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Cost: member $170, guest $190

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Pioneers This camp offers your camper many adventures such as swimming, hiking, indoor rock climbing, outdoor games, arts and crafts and a Wednesday BBQ at the Beach Club Marina. Participants must bring a day pack with a hearty lunch, water bottle, sunscreen, hat, swimsuit, towel, closed toed shoes, sweatshirt and a white t-shirt for tie-dye. Ages: 6 – 7 year olds Time: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Where: Pick-up and drop-off at the Downhill Ski Area for M, T, Th, and F; Wednesday: Beach Day, pick up and drop off at the Beach Club Marina. Cost: member $170, guest $190

Explorers This camp focuses on outdoor activities, hiking, outdoor games, as well as arts and crafts and a Wednesday BBQ at the Beach Club Marina. Participants must bring a daypack filled with a hearty snack, water bottle, sunscreen, hat, swimsuit, towel, closed toed shoes, sweatshirt and a white t-shirt for tie-dye. Ages: 5 year olds Time: 9 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Monday – Friday Where: Pick-up and drop-off at Tahoe Donner Downhill Ski Area on M,T, Th, and F; Wednesday: Beach Day, pick up and drop off at the Beach Club Marina. Cost: member $130, guest $150

High Mountain Kids Camp We will focus on providing a nurturing environment for your little ones. This camp focuses on outdoor activities, hiking, arts and crafts, creative play and a Wednesday BBQ at the Beach Club Marina. Participants must bring a daypack with water bottle, a snack, closed toed shoes, swim suit, sunscreen, towel and a white t-shirt for tie-dye. Important: Children must be potty trained to attend. No pull-ups are allowed. Ages: 3 – 4 years old (Must be 3 by the first day of the session the child is attending.) Time: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Where: Pick-up and drop-off at the Downhill Ski Area for M, T, Th, and F; Wednesday: Beach Day, pick up and drop off at the Beach Club Marina. Cost: member $130, guest $150


There’s not a moment of boredom in Tahoe Donner… so don’t be shy, check out our programs and special events, guaranteed to keep you entertained all summer long! For more information, registration or check-in, go to the Recreation Hut located at the Northwood Pool. The Rec Hut is open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., seven days a week or visit us on the web at tahoedonner.com/recreation.

Bocce Ball

Sand Volleyball

It may not have been the sport of kings, but Bocce Ball dates back to ancient Egyptian times. However, as with many pleasures in life, it was the Italians who molded the game into how it is played today. From the descendants of Caesar, bocce ball comes to Tahoe Donner with three courts located behind Northwoods Clubhouse. The Recreation Info Hut adjacent to Nothwoods Pool will have bocce ball sets for member and guest use. Head down to Northwoods Clubhouse and make bocce a new summer tradition.

Bump! Set! Spike! Get out and enjoy yet another summer sport here in Tahoe! Check out our newly improved sand volleyball court. For more information, or to check out a volleyball for use, drop by the Recreation Hut adjacent to Northwoods Pool. Where: Northwoods Clubhouse

BOCCE BALL LEAGUE For the seasoned competitors, rally up your team for this summer’s Tahoe Donner Bocce League. Three matches will be played per night using all three courts. One match equals three games. Bocce ball courts will be reserved exclusively for league play during the times below. For more information or to register for a league, contact the Rec Coordinator at (530) 582-9646 or recreation@tahoedonner.com. Registration will begin on May 2 and conclude June 24. When: Tuesdays*, June 28 – August 30, 5:30 p.m. until dark. *in case of inclement weather, make up dates will be scheduled. Where: Northwoods Clubhouse Cost: $80/team (The league will be comprised of six teams with 8 – 12 players per team.)

Kids Night Out Kids 4 – 9 years old are invited to join in the fun the first Friday of each month. Kids will enjoy crafts, dinner, a movie as well as cookies and milk. Registraion must be made at least 24 hours in advance by calling (530) 582-9646. Cost: $15 per child

Archery Every Friday – Sunday, meet at the Rec Hut for a basic safety/skills clinic followed by friendly competition. Starts June 17. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather) Ages: 7 and up Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m., 12:30 – 2 p.m., 2:30 – 4 p.m. Where: Northwoods Clubhouse Cost: members $5, guests $7

Kids Overnight Campouts Come spend a night under the stars at the Alder Creek Campground. The fun starts at 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and ends at 9 a.m. on Saturday. A sleeping bag and warm clothes are mandatory, but if you have a tent you can bring that too! Fun activities, cookout, campfire and breakfast are included. Space is limited, so register in advance at the Recreation Hut adjacent to Northwoods Pool or online at http://shoptd.tahoedonner.com. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather, or insufficient registration) Ages: 8 – 12 year olds Dates: Friday, July 15 (Registration cut off July 14, 5 p.m.) Friday, August 12 (Registration cut off August 11, 5 p.m.) Time: 5:30 p.m. Friday – 9 a.m. Saturday Cost: $45 per child

INFORMATION Mailing Address: Tahoe Donner Association ATTN: Recreation 11509 Northwoods Blvd, Truckee, CA 96161 Phone: (530) 582-9646 Email: recreation@tahoedonner.com

NEW! WATER CARNIVAL Come join the fun and don’t forget your swim suit. Kids of all ages are invited to come play on the giant inflatable water slides, slip ‘n slides, water games and more. When: Saturday, July 2 Time: 1 - 5 p.m. Where: Trout Creek Recreation Center

NEW! BIKE RENTALS This summer Tahoe Donner will be offering mountain bike rentals and guided rides on our very own trail system and other favorite local trails. Please check tahoedonner.com for the latest details of this program as we get closer to summer. Better yet, register for the Weekly News updates at tahoedonner.com/emailsignup.html to have the information delivered right to your inbox.

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*FREE EVENTS* AT NORTHWOODS CLUBHOUSE Summer Concert Series Bring a blanket and picnic or enjoy food from Pizza on the Hill while listening to the sounds of this summer’s contributing artists. When: Saturdays, 6 – 9 p.m. Dates: July 2, July 30, September 3

Family Movie Night Bring your favorite pillow and blanket, kick your feet up, and enjoy both classic and new movies every Friday at the Northwoods Clubhouse. For more information, contact the Recreation Hut located at the Northwoods Pool (530) 587-9413, or check out our movie list on tahoedonner.com. Movies are rated G and PG. When: Fridays, 6:30 p.m.

Outdoor Movie Night: The Late Show Come and enjoy a great movie and a beautiful night under the stars. Right after family movie night, our outdoor movie theater opens for “The Late Show.” Movies are rated PG and PG-13. (Showings subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather.) When: Fridays, 8:30 p.m. Dates: June 17 –September 2

Wii Night Come and test your Wii skills on our 150” screen! Enjoy a pizza from Pizza on the Hill while challenging competitors in Wii tennis, baseball, golf, bowling, Mario Kart, and much more. When: Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m.

Trivia Night Join us for a fun night of Trivia at Pizza on the Hill! Enjoy a pizza, show off your brain power and win cool prizes. When: Thursdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m.

Bingo Enjoy Monday night, bingo on the lawn outside Northwoods Clubhouse. Bring a blanket and play for fun prizes. Must show a member ID card to play. When: Mondays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Special Dates: June 27: Season Kick-off, September 5: Grand Finale

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RECREATION PROGRAMS Brunch & Hike Join us for brunch and a scenic beginner morning hike. Bring your family and friends. Register at the Recreation Info Hut adjacent to Northwoods Pool or online at http://shoptd.tahoedonner.com. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather, or insufficient registration) When: Sundays, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Where: Beach Club Marina Cost: $10/person HIKE SCHEDULE: June 26: Sagehen July 3: Donner Lake July 10: Castle Peak July 17: PCT South of I80 July 24: Negro Canyon July 31: Donner Lake Rim Trail August 7: Martis Peak August 14: PCT North of I80 August 21: Euer Valley August 28: Hawk’s Peak September 4: Martis Valley Loop

Family Raft Trips Enjoy a day on the Truckee River. Bring a lunch, towel, sunscreen, plastic bag and anything else you may need. Register at the Recreation Info Hut adjacent to Northwoods Pool or online at http://shoptd.tahoedonner.com. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult over 18. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather, or insufficient registration.) *Registration cut off is 24 hours prior to trip departure. When: Saturdays, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Where: Northwoods Clubhouse Cost: $30/person TRIP SCHEDULE: July 2: Season Kick off September 3: Final Trip

Daypack Hike Come and enjoy guided intermediatelevel hikes through many of the majestic trails that the Tahoe area has to offer. Just bring a packed lunch and water. Register at the Recreation Info Hut adjacent to Northwoods Pool or online at http://shoptd.tahoedonner.com. (Subject to cancellation in case of inclement weather, or insufficient registration.) When: Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Where: Northwoods Clubhouse Cost: $10/person HIKE SCHEDULE: June 29: Donner Lake Rim Trail July 6: PCT South of I80 July 13: Emerald Bay* July 20: Sagehen* July 27: Castle Peak Sumit August 3: Independence Lake* August 10: Hawk’s Peak August 17: Martis Peak August 24: Jackson Meadows* August 31: PCT North of I80 *May include a stop at a water feature. (Swimming encouraged!)

Geo-Caching Love orienteering? We do too. Come try your luck at finding treasure hidden in and around Tahoe Donner. Check out a GPS from the Recreation Hut, pre-loaded with our special waypoints, varying from easy to difficult. All waypoints lead to a “treasure box” filled with trinkets from other orienteers, leave a trinket, take a trinket! Great fun for the whole family. Cost: $10/per day for GPS rental Want to learn more about geo-caching? Come and join one of our free clinics! Three geo-caching clinics will be held throughout the summer. GEO-CACHING CLINICS SCHEDULE: When: Friday, June 24, July 8, July 29 Time: 9 a.m. Free events


MAY: EVENTS CALENDAR SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Bocce League Registration Begins, pg. 25

Day Camp Registration Begins for Members, pg. 3

Tennis Center Opens for the Season

Third Annual Tennis Across America, pg. 14 Wii Night, pg. 26

8

Kids Night Out, pg. 25

9

10

Horsemanship Camp Registration Begins for Members, pg. 3

Swim Lesson Registration Begins for Members, pg. 3

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17

Horsemanship Camp Registration Begins for Non-members, pg. 3

Day Camp Registration Begins for Non-members, pg. 3

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12

13

14

18

19

20

21

Tahoe Donner Third Annual NTRP Tournament Cont., pg. 14

15

Lifeguard Training, pg. 22

Golf Range Open for the Season (Conditions Permitting) Lifeguard Training, pg. 22

Lifeguard Training, pg. 22

Wii Night, pg. 26

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24

25

26

Swim Lesson Registration Begins for Non-members, pg. 3

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Beach Club Marina and Golf Course Open for the Season

Trout Creek Recreational Pool Open for the Season

Lifeguard Training, pg. 22

Junior Tennis Clinics Begin, pg. 15 Team Tennis Memorial Weekend Kick-Off, pg. 14 Wii Night, pg. 26

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30 Holiday: Memorial Day

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CALENDAR KEY:

Each color identifies the amenity or program that each event is associated with. Beach Club Marina, see pgs. 4 – 5 for more info Equestrian Center, see pgs. 6 – 8 for more info Golf Course, see pgs. 10 – 12 for more info Tennis Center, see pgs. 13 – 15 for more info Swimming & Aquatics Programs, see pgs. 20 – 22 for more info

Memorial Day Yard Sale Check Weekly News for more info.

Day Camp Programs, see pgs. 23 – 24 for more info Recreation Programs, see pg. 25 – 26 for more info

Wii Night, pg. 26

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JUNE: EVENTS CALENDAR SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

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2

3

4 CPR/First Aid/AED Review Course, pg. 22

Tahoe Donner Third Annual NTRP Tournament, pg. 14 Kids Night Out, pg. 25

5

6

7

8

9

10

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17

18

Alder Creek Campground and Recreation Hut Open for the Season

Equestrian Center and Northwoods Pool Open for the Season

Water Safety Instructor Course, pg. 22 Lifeguard Review Course, pg. 22

FREE Swim Lesson Demo Day, pg. 21

Tahoe Donner Third Annual NTRP Tournament Cont., pg. 14

Golf Clinics Begin, pg. 12

Wii Night, pg. 26

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13

14

15

16

Semi/Private Swim Lessons Begin, pg. 20

Family Movie Night, pg. 26 Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Equestrian Center Meet and Greet, pg. 8 Junior Tennis Camp: Session 1, pg. 15 The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

Wii Night, pg. 26

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21

22

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5

Archery, pg. 25

Second Annual Summer Junior Challenger, pg. 14

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24

25

Trivia Night, pg. 26

Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5 Parent Swim Lesson Orientation, pg. 21

Group Swim Lessons: Session 1, pg. 21

Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 5

Adult Swim Lessons: Beginner, pg. 20

Geo-caching Clinic, pg. 25

Day Camp: Session 1, pg. 23 – 24

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Equestrian Camp: Session 1, pg. 7 Second Annual Summer Junior Challenger Cont., pg. 14

Junior Tennis Camp: Session 2, pg. 15

Burger Bash, pg. 15

Junior Golf School, pg. 12 Wii Night, pg. 26

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Archery, pg. 25

Tiger Sharks Start, pg. 22

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5

Group Swim Lessons: Session 1 cont., pg. 21 Swim Camp, pg. 22 Treasure Hunt, pg. 5

Wii Night, pg. 26 Adult Swim Lessons: Beginner, pg. 20

Brunch & Hike, pg. 26

Day Camp: Session 2, pg. 23 – 24

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Waterkids Club, pg. 5

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

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Trivia Night, pg. 26 Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5

Equestrian Camp: Session 2, pg. 7 Junior Tennis Camp: Session 3, pg. 15 Junior Golf School, pg. 12 BINGO!, pg. 26

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Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Family BBQ Night, pg. 8

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

Waterkids Club, pg. 25


JULY: EVENTS CALENDAR SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

2 Water Carnival, pg. 25

3

4

5

Archery, pg. 25

Holiday: Independence Day

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5

6

Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Family BBQ Night, pg. 8

Kids Night Out, pg. 25

Pro Exhibitions, pg. 14

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

Summer Concert Series pg. 26

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8

9

Trivia Night, pg. 26

Archery, pg. 25

Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 5

Wii Night, pg. 26

Geo-caching Clinic, pg. 25

Day Camp: Session 3, pg. 23 – 24 Equestrian Camp: Session 3, pg. 7

Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

Waterkids Club, pg. 5

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

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13

14

15

Trivia Night, pg. 26

Archery, pg. 25

Junior Golf School, pg. 12

11

Archery, pg. 25

Beach Club Marina FREE Demo Day, pg. 5

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Junior Tennis Camp: Session 4, pg. 15

10

Archery, pg. 25 Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5

Group Swim Lessons: Session 2, pg. 21 Brunch & Hike, pg. 26

Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 5

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5 Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5

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Kids Overnight Campout, pg. 25

Group Swim Lessons: Session 2 cont., pg. 21

Archery, pg. 25 Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Junior Lifeguard Training, pg. 22 Brunch & Hike, pg. 26

Day Camp: Session 4, see pg. pg. 23 – 24

Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 5

Equestrian Camp: Session 4, see pg. 7

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Junior Tennis Camp: Session 5, pg. 15

Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

Waterkids Club, pg. 5

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

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20

21

22

Trivia Night, pg. 26

Archery, pg. 25

Wii Night, pg. 26

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18

Archery, pg. 25

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5

Brunch & Hike, pg. 26

Wii Night, pg. 26

Family BBQ Night, pg. 8 Burger Bash, pg. 15

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Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5

Archery, pg. 25 Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Group Swim Lessons: Session 3, pg. 21

Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 5

Adult Swim Lessons: Intermediate, pg. 20

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Day Camp: Session 5, pg. pg. 23 – 24 Equestrian Camp: Session 5, pg. 7

Family BBQ Night, pg. 8

Junior Tennis Camp: Session 6, pg. 15

Pro Exhibitions, pg. 14

Junior Golf School, pg. 12

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BINGO!, pg. 25

Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

Waterkids Club, pg. 5

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

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29

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Wii Night, pg. 26

Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5 Crawdad Fishing Contest, pg. 5

Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 5

Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Brunch & Hike, pg. 26 Archery, pg. 25

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Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5 Group Swim Lessons: Session 3 cont., pg. 21 Adult Swim Lessons: Intermediate, pg. 20

Geo-caching Clinic, pg. 25

Day Camp: Session 6, pg. pg. 23 – 24 Equestrian Camp: Session 6, pg. 7 Archery, pg. 25

Trivia Night, pg. 26

Junior Golf School, pg. 12

Brunch & Hike, pg. 26 Club Championships cont.

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Junior Tennis Camp: Session 7, pg. 15

BINGO!, pg. 25

Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

Waterkids Club, pg. 5

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

Family BBQ Night, pg. 8 Club Championships, pg. 14 Summer Concert Series pg. 26

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AUGUST: EVENTS CALENDAR SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

2

3

4

5

6

Swim Lesson Potluck, pg. 21

Tiger Sharks End

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5

Group Swim Lessons: Session 4, pg. 21 Wii Night, pg. 26

Trivia Night, pg. 26

Junior Golf School, pg. 12

8

9

10

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5

Archery, pg. 25

Wii Night, pg. 26

11

12

13

Sandcastle Building Contest, pg. 5

Kids Overnight Campout, pg. 25

Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 5

Beach Club Marina FREE Demo Day, pg. 5

Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Day Camp: Session 8, pg. 23 – 24 Equestrian Camp: Session 8, pg. 7

Family Movie Night, pg. 26 Trivia Night, pg. 26

Junior Golf School, pg. 12

14

BINGO!, pg. 26

Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

Waterkids Club, pg. 5

15

16

17

18

19

20

Semi/Private Swim Lessons End

Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Kids Overnight Campout, pg. 26

Brunch & Hike, pg. 25 Equestrian Camp: Session 9, see pg. 7

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Junior Tennis Camp: Session 10, pg. 15

Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

Trivia Night, pg. 26

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

Cardboard Regatta, pg. 5

BINGO!, pg. 26

22

23

24

25

26

27

Wii Night, pg. 26

21

Burger Bash, pg. 15 Robert Cray Concert on the Green

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

Historical Kayak Tours, pg. 5

Treasure Hunt, pg. 5

Luau, pg. 5

Waterkids Club, pg. 5

Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5

Junior Tennis Camp: Session 9, pg. 15

Family BBQ Night, pg. 8

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

Group Swim Lessons: Session 4 cont., pg. 21 Brunch & Hike, pg. 26

Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Junior Tennis Camp: Session 8, pg. 15

7

Windsurfing Clinic, pg. 5

Kids Night Out, pg. 25

Equestrian Camp: Session 7, pg. 7

Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5

Day Camp: Session 7, pg. 23 – 24

BINGO!, pg. 26

Archery, pg. 25

Family Raft Trip, pg. 26 Junior Sailing Program, pg. 5

Brunch & Hike, pg. 26 Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Family Movie Night, pg. 26 Equestrian Camp: Session 10, pg. 7 Pam Krone Memorial NTRP Tournament, pg. 14 Regatta Day, pg. 5

Wii Night, pg. 26 BINGO!, pg. 26

28

Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

29

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

31

Brunch & Hike, pg. 26 Archery, pg. 25

NTRP Tournament cont. Wii Night, pg. 26 BINGO!, pg. 26

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Bocce Ball League, pg. 25

Daypack Hike, pg. 26

Trivia Night, pg. 26

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26


SEPTEMBER: EVENTS CALENDAR SUNDAY

MONDAY

4

5

Archery, pg. 25

Holiday: Labor Day Northwoods Pool, Recreation Info Hut and Equestrian Center Close for the Season

Brunch & Hike, pg. 26

11

TUESDAY

6

BINGO!, pg. 26

Wii Night, pg. 26

12

13

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

2

3

Archery, pg. 25

Archery, pg. 25

Kids Night Out, pg. 25

Family Raft Trip, pg. 26

Family Movie Night, pg. 26

Family BBQ Night, pg. 8

Trivia Night, pg. 26

The Late Show: Outdoor Movie Night, pg. 26

Summer Concert Series pg. 26

7

8

9

10

14

15

16

17

Alder Creek Campground Closes for the Season

Third Annual Fall Junior Challenger, pg. 14

Wii Night, pg. 26

18

19

20

21

22

23

26

27

28

29

30

24

Third Annual Fall Junior Challenger cont., pg. 14

25

Tahoe Donner Senior Tournament, pg. 14

Wii Night, pg. 26

OCTOBER: EVENTS CALENDAR SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1 Tahoe Donner Senior Tournament cont., pg. 14

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

25

26

27

28

29

Haunted House

Haunted House

Trout Creek Recreational Pool, Tennis Center and Beach Club Marina Close for the Season Tahoe Donner Senior Tournament cont., pg. 14 Wii Night, pg. 26

Golf Course Closes for the Season Wii Night, pg. 26

23 Wii Night, pg. 26

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Northwoods Clubhouse: Pizza On The Hill, bocce ball courts archery, pool/water slide, playground 11509 Northwoods Blvd. (530) 587-9400 info@tahoedonner.com Trout Creek Recreation Center 12790 Northwoods Blvd. (530) 587-9437 tahoedonner.com

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(PRIVATE)

4

Alder Creek Campground 13813 Alder Creek Road (530) 587-9462 campground@tahoedonner.com

(PUBLIC)

5

Cross Country Center 15275 Alder Creek Road (530) 587-9484 tdxc.com

(PUBLIC)

Equestrian Center 15275 Alder Creek Road (530) 587-9484 tahoedonner.com

(PUBLIC)

(PUBLIC)

Driving Range 12790 Northwoods Blvd. (530) 587-9443

(PUBLIC)

The Lodge Restaurant & Pub 12850 Northwoods Blvd. (530) 587-9455 thelodge-tahoe.com

(PUBLIC)

6

Downhill Ski Area 11603 Snowpeak Way (530) 587-9444 skitahoedonner.com

Tahoe Donner Golf Course 12850 Northwoods Blvd. (530) 587-9440 golftahoedonner.com

(PUBLIC)

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Beach Club Marina 12915 Donner Pass Road (530) 587-9460 tahoedonner.com

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