There are a million and one ways to enjoy your summer getaway for your Lake Tahoe vacation.
From hiking, biking, boating, water skiing and a whiole lot more, Lake
Tahoe offers a wide variety of water sport and land-based activities to choose from.
A nice and wonderful opportunity to get out and see for yourself just how clear Lake Tahoe really is to get into Lake Tahoe Cruises.
There are a number of companies offering different types of cruises on the lake, both powered and sailing trips.
Tourist information centers and brochure racks usually have details on major cruises
Some are scenic cruises, while others are more the dine and dance type.
Prices range from $20/person and up.
For the adventurous, one can bask in from one of the many Lake Tahoe beaches and water sport sites.
The water is clean but it is still cold and if you want a more warmer temporeature to swim in, there are numerous public beaches around Lake Tahoe, including The Commons Beach Park in downtown Tahoe City, Baldwin Beach, and Kings Beach recreation Center.
Sand Harbor State Park, just a few miles south of Incline Village, has a very attractive white sand beach.
Other water sport activities include sailing, parasailing, boating, jet skiing, water skiing, kayaking, canoeing and paddle boating.