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Somewhere between
hide & seek.

There’s everyday life — dense, ever-active, relentless. Then there is the Lost Sierra, a vast landscape of mountains, lakes and characterful towns just a few hours drive away. But the stress of the city has its tentacles in Tahoe and won’t let go.

Thankfully, a short drive north, you break free of the traffic, the lift lines and unavailable tee times to arrive at the jewel of the Lost Sierra: Nakoma Resort — as much a state of mind as a physical place. At the center is Nakoma’s Frank Lloyd Wright Clubhouse, a marvel of imagination brought to life with his trademark interplay of wood, stone and natural light that is a delight to our owners and visitors alike.

oh, the things you'll see.

Summer in the Sierra. It’s unfair, really. While others sit in traffic, this jewel in the mountains opens its secret hiking trails to Nakoma guests and homeowners. Whether it’s a just a walk in the woods or a single-track bike adventure, Nakoma is a springboard for exploring the Lost Sierra.

Every Compass Point

In winter, snow tubing and cross country skiing are out your doorstep. Guests looking for skating and mountain skiing take a beautiful drive south to Northstar. When you return, Altitude’s warm fire, relaxing jacuzzi, steam room await, as well as a warm meal and a toasty drink.

The Visionary
Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright conceived the concept for the Nakoma Clubhouse in 1923. At age 57, Wright designed the 23,000-square- foot clubhouse at the request of the Nakoma Country Club in Madison, Wisconsin. Fortunately for the Lost Sierra, it was never built in Madison.