Hurricane Bay Beach

Hurricane Bay Beach Lake Tahoe

Hurricane Bay Beach is located on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore where local homeowners moor their boats in this beautiful bay. It’s easy to spot and parking  made simple since the road skirts along the shoreline with parking spots right off the main road. This makes this beach an ideal “quick stop” to take a dip in the lake, exercise your dog, enjoy the sunset or picnic without having to haul all your beach items to far to the shore. Hurricane Bay Beach extends across a half mile of shoreline with great North Lake Tahoe views and amazing crystal clear water.  We recommend bringing... Read more »

Tahoe Paddle Yaks

TAHOE JACK’S Paddle Yaks is a South Lake Tahoe kayak and snorkel adventure tour company. We specialize in outdoor adventures and focus on delivering unparallelled experiences. Kayak Lake Tahoe’s rugged shorelines, paddle through hidden coves, discover lost beaches, snorkel in crystal clear waters or howl at the moon. We have an adventure for you.  Read more »

Labor Day Weekend Fireworks Extravaganza

Labor Day Fireworks at Lake Tahoe

Come celebrate Labor Day Weekend at South Lake Tahoe Labor and end your summer with the Fireworks Extravaganza on Sunday, September 6th, 2015 at 8:30 PM. Visitors and locals will enjoy a pyrotechnic display of exploding fireworks over Lake Tahoe. Just after dusk view the variety of colors, shapes and designs with a simultaneous music broadcast that can be heard on local stations KRLT-FM 93.9 and KOWL – AM 1490. Show begins at 8:30pm. Best Viewing Locations: The South Lake Tahoe Labor Day Weekend Fireworks Extravaganza can be seen from just about anywhere along Lake Tahoe’s south shore,... Read more »

Chimney Beach

Chimney Beack Lake Tahoe

Chimney Beach is one of the best ways to get away from the crowds, as long as you’re willing to make the moderate half mile hike (one way). Enjoy sweeping views of Lake Tahoe, boulder outcroppings, sandy beach, crystal clear water and the unique chimney marker that gives the beach it’s name. There are several sandy beach pockets among boulders as you walk the trail heading south of the Chimney Beach if you want a smaller spot all to yourself. There is a chance you can encounter nude sunbathers so we recommend families staying near the immediate area of Chimney Beach. Picnic tables... Read more »