Beaches of Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe has absolutely
fantabulous beaches. Here is a list with some information about the
high and low points of all the major ones. Before heading to any beach
on a busy summer afternoon, you should have a parking plan, or better
yet, an alternative form of transportation. In any case, you should
expect to pay for parking at most of the nicer Tahoe area beaches. Also
check out this Tahoe
Beaches Map. On the South Shore, one season pass from the
forest service gives access to Pope, Baldwin, and Nevada Beaches (camping not
included). For those of you with smart phones (that's everyone, right),
get the Tahoe Beaches App, brought to you
at no charge from the Tahoe Fund.
Hill Pines Beach - Lots of amenities at this
Nevada side beach.
Harbor - Perhaps Tahoe's finest beach.
Harbor - Tucked away on Nevada's east shore.
Commons - Public beach and boat ramp in the
center of South
- Part of Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. Includes a small
sandy beach and large boat ramp.
Beach at D.L. Bliss - Sheltered cove on the
Lakes - Lots of amenities at this 'hike to'
Beach and Marina - Members only beach serving
some Stateline area hotels and resorts.
Cove - Party beach without par.
Beach - More aptly described as a lakeside
Beach - The first of three large southwest
Beach - Where Taylor Creek meets Lake Tahoe.
Beach - The last stop before the west shore.
Bay - Boat or hike in only.
Bay - Beautiful sheltered cove. Family
Beach - Wide and windy Nevada beach with lots
City Commons Beach Park - Downtown Tahoe City
Beach Recreation Area - Downtown Kings Beach
Pine Point - West shore area known more for
camping than it's beach.
Along the east shore there are six clothing optional beaches; Hidden
Beach, Secret Cove, Secret Creek Beach, Black Sand Beach, Chimney
Beach, and Whale Beach. More information on Lake Tahoe's
clothing optional beaches.
Check out more links
of interest to beachgoers.
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