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

The historic Camp Richardson Resort offers year-round activities. Take advantage of their full-service marina in the summer, and go cross country skiing in the winter. Many people come to spend the day at the sandy beach with a roped off swim area and... More Details

Cave Rock’s boat launch includes one double ramp with a dock separating the ramps and over 40 spaces for trailer parking. During the summer months of May 1 through September 30, you can launch between 6 am to 8 pm and in the winter months of October... More Details

Lester Beach and Calawee Cove Beach are located at D.L. Bliss State Park have to be some of Lake Tahoe’s most awe inspiring beaches with expansive views of Lake Tahoe. The park location is on the West side of Lake Tahoe, just above Emerald Bay.... More Details

At the center of South Lake Tahoe is El Dorado Beach (also known as Commons Beach). This South Lake Tahoe beach is popular with locals and visitors alike, the beach draws a large crowd who take advantage of the many activities available. The picnic and... More Details

Emerald Bay Beach

Spend the day relaxing at Emerald Bay Beach – a National Natural Landmark with 360 degree views that encompass Emerald Bay, Fannette Island, Eagle Falls and Vikingsholm Castle. This dramatic bay setting has been called one of the “most photographed... More Details

Featuring fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, including Mount Tallac, Kiva Beach is a hidden jewel. It can be a little difficult to find due to a lack of signs once you park, but it is well worth the effort. Enjoy free parking and a Visitor’s... More Details

Looking for one of the finest sand beaches on Lake Tahoe? Lakeside Beach and Marina will have you relaxing in no time. Enjoy a dip in the cool water, take the kids to the lakeside playground, or play some sand volleyball with friends. Swimmers are protected... More Details

Nevada Beach is its own little adventure. The beach is best described as peaceful, quiet and huge! It is 0.7 miles long and in some places the sand is over 300 yards wide. Although this makes it a little on the windy side, the wind makes it popular for... More Details

Families love Pope Beach for its clear shallow water and relative shelter from the wind. There is plenty of sandy beach to go around, and the parking lot runs the length of the beach, providing easy beach access. There are kayak and other watercraft rentals... More Details

Regan Beach, the City of South Lake Tahoe’s oldest beach, is a little more secluded than El Dorado Beach. It can best be described as more of a park than a beach, with lots of grass to play and relax on. Families love the playground, sand volley ball... More Details

Family’s flock to Round Hill Pines Beach Resort for its half-mile long sandy beach, gorgeous sunsets, heated pool, and other day use amenities. It is also a popular site for private parties and elegant lakeside weddings. A marina provides watercraft... More Details

If you are looking for the “fun” beach atmosphere then head to Zephyr Cove – one of Lake Tahoe’s party beaches. This popular South Lake Tahoe beach fills up fast in the summer months, attracting the younger crowd who enjoy the energy... More Details