Originally named "Cornelian Bay" for the red-hued stones found on its beaches, Carnelian Bay is a quiet stretch of North Tahoe sandwiched between Dollar Point & Kings Beach that was a favored landing spot for visitors as far back as the 19th Century, when well-heeled San Francisco residents frequented the health spa here.
Today, Carnelian Bay remains a secluded haven of tasteful waterfront homes and charming cabins reminiscent of "Old Tahoe."
Garwoods, home of the "Wet Woody"
If home hunting has worked up your thirst, stop by Garwoods, a lakeside restaurant named for the classic wooden boat and famed for its "Wet Woodies" We won't say more; you have to experience it for yourself ...
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