Tours & Attractions
Around 1920, the widowed Mrs. Hill gave seven acres of land on the Nevada side of the state line to the Episcopal Bishop. This land, northwest of U.S. Highway 50, would become the original Camp Galilee Episcopal church summer camp, and later the site of Harvey’s Resort Hotel & Casino.
The Lakeside History Trail provides a tour of this historic area; roadside signs mark areas of interest, with QR codes that may be scanned by smart-phones to load Web pages like this one that provide historic photos and more information about the area.
The Lakeside History Trail comprises the following historical markers:
- Site #LP-1: The State Line (LAKE TAHOE BOULEVARD AT STATELINE AVENUE)
- Site #LP-2: Doc’s Cottages (151 STATELINE AVENUE)
- Site #LP-3: Katherine Smith Hill (STATELINE AVENUE)
- Site #LP-4: ’20s, ’30s, ’40s houses (STATELINE AVENUE AT AZURE AVENUE)
- Site #LP-5: Lakeside Beach (LAKESHORE BOULEVARD)
- Site #LP-6: Lakeside Marina (LAKESHORE BOULEVARD)
- Site #LP-7: Nick Sahati house (LAKESHORE BOULEVARD AT PARK AVENUE)
- Site #LP-8: Lehners cabin (PARK AVENUE AT PINE BOULEVARD)
- Site #LP-9: Stardust Lodge (LAKE TAHOE BOULEVARD AT FRIDAY AVENUE)
- Site #LP-10: The Lakeside House (LAKE TAHOE BOULEVARD AT PIONEER TRAIL)
Lakeside Park History Trail
151 Stateline Ave, Stateline, NV 89449