This year's event will take place at the Resort at Squaw Creek.
Resort at Squaw Creek
A full-service, luxury resort in an idyllic mountain setting, the Resort at Squaw Creek rests at the base of Squaw Valley (site of the 1960 Olympics). Known for gracious hospitality and full-service amenities, the Resort at Squaw Creek ranks among the top 50 ski hotels in North America.
Stay at the Resort at Squaw Creek
We have exceeded our room block at the conference rate. The Resort at Squaw Creek has limited availability over the conference dates at the current prevailing room rate. You can book directly with the hotel by calling 530-583-6300 or by clicking here.
If you are unable to book at the Resort at Squaw Creek or would like to book at a local area hotel instead, we have a few options listed below. These properties are all a 7 - 10 minute drive from the conference venue. Please note, we do not have discounted room rates at these properties.
If you have any questions related to the room block or conference hotel, please email the events team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Resort at Squaw Creek Information
400 Squaw Creek Road
Check-In Time: 4:00 PM
Getting to the Resort at Squaw Creek
For transportation to/from Reno-Tahoe International Airport:
Resort at Squaw Creek Transportation: 530-581-6628
For transportation to/from San Francisco-Bay Area:
Skip the traffic and travel by train! Amtrak offers direct service between the San Francisco Bay area and Lake Tahoe at an affordable rate.
From the Emeryville Amtrak station, take the 6 California Zephyr train to Truckee (5.5 hours). Pick up the Hwy 89 Truckee to Tahoe City bus (operated by TART) and exit at the Resort at Squaw Creek stop (25 minutes).
Carpool with Collaboration Summit Attendees
Closest Airport: Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO)
Resort at Squaw Creek Parking
Parking is available at the following rates:
Winter Driving in Lake Tahoe
Please be advised, our conference venue is located in a mountainous region and attendees should take proper caution if driving to Lake Tahoe during inclement weather. Please check the following website for Highway 80 road conditions before driving to Resort at Squaw Creek: California Department of Transportation
In the case of a storm, the Department of Transportation may enforce chain controls on Highway 80. Should your vehicle not have 4-wheel drive and snow tires, you will be required to place chains on your car. Although there are a few places that sell chains in the mountains, it is far less expensive to purchase these before you begin your trip. You can pay to have chains installed and removed on the highway (typically $30 - $50).
For a complete list of winter driving tips, please click here.
Things to Do in Lake Tahoe/Squaw Valley
Looking for fun things to do and explore in Lake Tahoe/Squaw Valley? Interested in learning a bit more about the destination? Click here for our favorite things to do in the area and more!