Directions & Travel
Zephyr Point is located at 660 Hwy. 50, “Presbyterian Drive” in Nevada. Reaching Zephyr Point is simple and convenient – Interstate 80, Hwy 50 and Hwy 395 provide all weather access.
Note: Our mailing address is different than our physical address. Direct mail to:
Zephyr Point PCC
P.O. Box 289
Zephyr Cove, NV 89448
Coming from Sacramento on Hwy. 50 travel through South Lake Tahoe. Zephyr Point is 4 miles from Stateline, Nevada, on the lake side (left).
Arriving from I-80 take Hwy 267 from Truckee to Kings Beach. At Kings Beach take a Left on Hwy. 28 to Hwy. 50, then Right headed south to Zephyr Point (1/2 mile beyond Zephyr Cove Resort) (4 miles from Cave Rock Tunnel).
From Reno take Hwy. 395 toward Carson City. Go through Carson City to Hwy. 50. Turn right, follow Hwy. 50 approximately 18 miles to Zephyr Point (1/2 mile beyond Zephyr Cove Resort and 4 miles from Cave Rock Tunnel).
Transportation by Air
Zephyr Point can be accessed by 2 major airports: Reno-Tahoe International Airport & Sacramento International Airport.
Reno-Tahoe International Airports is 60 miles from Zephyr Point and services many major airlines. Rental cars are available in the airport or shuttles leave 8 times a day from the airport to Lakeside Inn, 4 miles from Zephyr Point.
Sacramento International Airport is 115 miles from Zephyr Point and services many major airlines. Rental cars are available in the airport and nearby.
Area Transportation from Reno Airport
South Tahoe Express
If you are transporting your group by bus, here’s what you need to know:
- Buses may only drop off and/or park at the main entrance parking lot.
- After pulling into the driveway, the bus should turn towards the left, stop, and reverse into the northern entrance parking lot. If needed, a staff member will aid in directing the bus.
- Buses may drive to Tallac Center before 10pm with advance written approval and a Zephyr Point staff escort. Buses may not drive down to other facilities.
- Buses cannot drive or park on top of the parking structure for any reason, though the ramp may be utilized for drop-off or temporary parking.
- Groups must have a secondary vehicle in case of emergency, which may also be used for shuttling and loading/unloading.