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Stateline
Lake Tahoe, Nevada

The high-rise buildings of Stateline look very out of place on the shores of Lake Tahoe. But as with every other place where a major highway crosses the Nevada boundary, there is a demand for hotels and casinos and Vegas-style nightlife. The best thing about Stateline is that it is very compact, and Tahoe's forests and lakeshore are well protected north of here - better protected, in fact, than in over-developed South Tahoe on the California side.


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Elks Point Beach on Lake Tahoe

Elks Point Beach on Lake Tahoe

Many of Lake Tahoe's beaches, such as this one at Elks Point, are administered by the US Forest Service.

U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Managment Unit, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Stateline old and new

Stateline old and new

Mid-century motels of one or two stories contrast with glass highrise hotels in Stateline.

Stateline, Nevada

Date photographed: October 23, 2011
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Waterfront Park in Stateline

Waterfront Park in Stateline

Most people think of Stateline as a strip of sometimes tacky development along the highway. But it also has a beautiful waterfront and this beautiful beach.

Stateline, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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High rise hotels in Stateline

High rise hotels in Stateline

Huge casino-hotels crowd the boundary between Nevada and California at Stateline.

Stateline, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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