Getting to Incline Village
One of the most beautiful things to do while in Incline Village is the drive around the lake. It takes about 2 hours in summer plus a little extra if you make several stops at all the vistas and scenic points along the route.
Driving to Incline Village
Many of the visitors to Incline Village come via the bay area and Sacramento. Incline Village is located on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, a scenic 45 minute drive from Reno-Tahoe International airport, 2 hour drive from Sacramento and 3 ½ hour drive from San Francisco. Incline Village in Lake Tahoe is located at the intersections of Mt Rose Highway (Hwy 431) and Tahoe Blvd (Hwy 28).
If you're coming from the south, you would likely come up Hwy 395 having past Mammoth Lakes or their neighbor
You can drive around Lake Tahoe which takes about 2 hours with stops in summer. During winter months, the road on Hwy 89 is closed, so you cannot go any further south then Tahoma.
Airports and FlightsCheap Air Travel to Reno International(RNO) is the easiest way to get to Incline Village. From Reno it is about an hour's drive and you can easily rent a car at the airport, or take the North Lake Tahoe Express, although they do not do door-to-door delivery. You can also take a limousine or taxi. Most visitors will opt to pick up a Rental car at Reno Airort so they can see all that Incline Village offers. Also in Lake Tahoe is the South Lake Tahoe Airport (TVL), and The Truckee -Tahoe Airport (TRK) both are fully operational for private planes and jets, however neither has regular running commercial service.
Take the TrainThere are not many destinations these days you can arrive to by train, but Incline Village and North Lake Tahoe is one of them. Amtrak runs a train called the California Zephyr that comes from Sacramento and stops in Truckee, a cute neighboring town you must visit. It's a 30 minute ride to Incline Village from downtown Truckee.
Most visitors will opt to pick up a rental car in Reno so they can see all that Incline Village offers