Looking for an open sandy beach with amazing views? Baldwin Beach and Ski Beach can be your own little piece of paradise. These two South Lake Tahoe beaches attract locals and families alike, who flock here during the summer months. The two separate parking... More Details
South Lake Tahoe Beaches
South Lake Tahoe beaches are diverse in their offerings and with 72 miles of Tahoe shoreline there are plenty of hidden coves and large public beaches to tan your tush! Soak in the rays as you take in the panoramic views of the towering mountain peaks that surround Lake Tahoe. Somehow gazing at that sparkling blue water just makes your day slow down a few paces. So, take your pick from one of the South Lake Tahoe beaches. Or visit them all!
Nevada Beach is .7 miles long and the widest sandy beach on the lake. It is one of Lake Tahoe’s dog friendly beaches, has picnic tables, camping areas, and is wonderful for large groups and a popular place for kiteboarding. The sandy beach at Zephyr Cove is more than a mile long, has a huge grassy group event area, beachfront cabins, a campground, a ton of watersport rentals available, and is the launch point of M.S. Dixie II. Its beachside Sunset Bar provides a fun party atmosphere that is popular with the over-twenty-one crowd.
Regan Beach is a city beach with an expansive grassy area overlooking the lake that is very popular for beach weddings. Families also enjoy its lakeside playground and volleyball court. Baldwin Beach is a local favorite and has amazing views of Mt. Tallac. Camp Richardson Resort Beach and Marina also has a lot to offer, with lakeside restaurants, a family-friendly sandy beach and swim area, and a variety of water sport rentals. Expand your selection and head north to conquer a few North Lake Tahoe beaches as well.