Whether you prefer to swim, kayak, stand up paddleboard or skim the water on a Jet Ski, nothing compares to a cool down on the cobalt blue waters of Lake Tahoe.
Spend the morning on the zip line and ropes course at Granlibakken‘s Treetop Adventure Park and then head on over to the lake for a dip, a boat ride or a casual stroll along the beach.
Not sure where to begin? You can start at West Shore Sports where you’ll find full range of stand up paddleboards, kayaks and water accessories for your day out on the lake. Or head on over to Tahoe City Marina which offers plenty of water recreation options, boat rentals, dining and shopping. Located in the heart of downtown Tahoe City, it is one of the largest and oldest marinas on the Lake.
How about a lunch, brunch, happy hour or sunset cruise? Check out Tahoe Gal paddlewheeler that launches daily from Tahoe City. North Tahoe cruises offers an exceptional Lake Tahoe experience from cruises to Emerald Bay, The Kaiser Estate Fleur Du Lac, where the Godfather II was filmed, and along the North Shore.
Do you want to feel the wind in your hair? Cruise the Lake on a charter aboard the 50-foot sailing yacht the Tahoe Cruz.
With four lakeside locations linked, a full season of dock hopping awaits thanks to a unique water borne transit service at Lake Tahoe’s north shore. The North Lake Tahoe Water Shuttle fires up for its first full season beginning Thursday, June 27.
Looking to catch a big fish? Lake Tahoe is abundant with Lake Trout, otherwise known as Mackinaw. These deep lake fish can weigh more than 30 pounds and are quite a thrill to catch. Mickey’s Big Mack Charters launches fishing boats daily to catch these underwater giants.
What’s your ideal way of spending time on Lake Tahoe?