Family Vacations in North Lake Tahoe during the summer consist of everything including but not limited to days lounging at the lake or taking a scenic drive to Emerald Bay. For the more active Tahoe vacation, rent jet skis, kayaks or ski boats. Either way, enjoy lunch by the shores and be sure to bring a camera.
Kings Beach State Recreation Area - off Hwy 28.
Picnic area, BBQ grills, playgrounds, jet ski, kayak and water bike rentals, boat launch, parking fee.
North Tahoe Beach - Intersection of Hwy 28 & Hwy 267, Kings Beach
Picnic area, BBQ grills, sand volleyball courts, tourist information
Secline Beach End of Secline St., Kings Beach
Picnic area and BBQ grills
Moondunes Beach Near Pino Grande Ave, Tahoe Vista
Tahoe Vista Recreation Area - Hwy 28 & National Ave, Tahoe Vista
Picnic tables, boat launch (fee), bungee jump
Sandy Beach Hwy 28, Tahoe Vista
Parking along road
Lake Forest Beach Park End of Bristlecone Ave, Lake Forest, 1 mile east of Tahoe City
Picnic area, BBQ grills, playgrounds, boat launch nearby, limited parking
Patton Beach/ Carnelian Bay Beach Hwy 28, Carnelian Bay
Picnic tables, rocky beach
Pomin Park - Lake Forest
Lake Forest Campground, boat ramp
Skylandia Park & Beach - Hwy 28, 1.5 miles east of Tahoe City
Bike trails, hiking trails, picnic area, pier
Commons Beach Park - Downtown Tahoe City
Picnic area, BBQ grills, playgrounds
West Shore Beaches of Lake Tahoe
Kaspian Recreation Area - 3 miles south of Tahoe City on Hwy 89
Sugar Pine Point State Park - 10 miles south of Tahoe City on Hwy 89
D.L. Bliss State Park - 17 miles south of Tahoe City on Hwy 89
Emerald Bay - 22 miles south of Tahoe City on Hwy 89Picnic area, trails, and Vikingsholm Castle
Escape to Lake Tahoe this 4th of July weekend and enjoy gorgeous weather, a small town parade, fireworks over the water and enticing discounts!
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This not-to-be-missed event happens every Thursday throughout the summer, in historic downtown Truckee.