Official Lake Tahoe Visitor Bureaus

Lake Tahoe Beaches

Lake Tahoe Beaches

Discover the magic of Lake Tahoe’s beaches.

Locals’ favorite Lake Tahoe beaches. Watersport rentals by Emerald Bay.
At the center of a sheltered spot for swimming and sunset photos.
Swim area, watersport rentals, lakeside restaurants and marina.
Small, pebbly public beach next to historic landing. Dogs OK.
Mid-town location close to marina and restaurants. Shallow water.
Namesake chimney and sandy beach pockets among boulders. Dogs welcome.
In a sheltered cove at a CA state park. Ideal for SUP and kayaking.
Large beach, lawn, and picnic areas. South Lake Tahoe center.
Boulder sun-bathing by turquoise shallows south of Incline Village.
Lake Tahoe vistas, tables, grills, pier. By the Tahoe City bike path.
One of the best Lake Tahoe beaches for families. Largest public N. Tahoe beach. Parasailing rides.
Secluded hike-to or boat-to. Free parking and dogs welcome.
Playground, protected swim area with lifeguard. Wheelchair access.
White sand beach with swimming area, marina, store, and snack bar.
The lake’s widest sandy beach. Kiteboarders and dogs welcome.
Sheltered with easy access from a paved trail. Beachside parking.
Another of the top family-friendly Lake Tahoe beaches. Large grassy area, playground, volleyball.
Great family beach. Large grassy area, playground, and volleyball.
Day-use beach and marina. Pool, tennis, restaurant, bars and more.
Lake Tahoe panoramas from free parking. Clothing optional beach.
Easy trail (old road) to hike or bike. Scenic, secluded cove.
Two miles of shoreline below the Ehrman Mansion (tours offered).
Over four downtown acres. Free summer concerts and movies.
Kayak and SUP rentals and tours (seasonal). Boat launch.
Watersport rentals, volleyball, bar with towel-side service.