Who says Thanksgiving should be spent at home? Granlibakken Conference Center and Lodge says forgo kitchen and dining room tradition and make it an adventure-filled family holiday at Lake Tahoe instead. With 74 acres of playground and trails nestled in the pines along the Lake’s west shore, Granlibakken has become a tradition for many family holiday gatherings. This year Granlibakken has added the Treetop Adventure Park to its activities list. Guests can spend Thanksgiving morning working up an appetite by climbing, zipping and soaring 30 feet off the ground and then warm up inside with a traditional, hearty holiday dinner.
Lodging packages with dinner for two are currently available. Rates start at $156 and the price for four in a suite is $389/night. The price includes lodging, hot buffet breakfast and a home-style Thanksgiving turkey dinner with all your favorite sides. Non-lodging guests can also enjoy Thanksgiving dinner for $45/adults and $15/children under 12.
Thanksgiving guests must make reservations for a specific seating. Change it up this year and enjoy dinner at Granlibakken and its many amenities, including nearby ski and snowplay activities (weather permitting), heated outdoor pool, hot tub, sauna and access to Lighthouse Spa. The Treetop Adventure Park will be open for Thanksgiving and throughout the winter season on Saturday/Sunday and holidays, weather permitting.