Let Tahoe Elite deliver you, your gear and your crew off at one of Tahoe’s glorious beaches and you won’t have to hassle with the crazy parking of mid-summer. We will pick you up at the end of the day and you can continue relaxing while we get you safely back to your lodgings.
King’s Beach- located only 15 minutes from the hotel, King’s Beach is the closest beach. It is a large beautiful
sand beach. The views are great as you are looking straight across the lake. All types of watersports are offered here: paddleboard-, kayak- , etc. rentals. There are some restaurants in King’s Beach right by the common’s beach area.
Speedboat Beach- take 267 to King’s Beach- turn left onto 28 after you leave King’s Beach look to your right for Speedboat Ave. Turn here and try to find parking- parking is difficult here. Walk down the street to the beach. This beach is small, gorgeous and offers lots of rocks to sunbathe on or
jump off of. (no restrooms and no restaurants)
Tahoe City Common’s Beach- take 89 south to Tahoe City. Commons Beach is the heart of the town. There is grass and sand on the beach and a big playground. This is a great
beach for families with small children. There are clean restrooms and lots of restaurants.
South East Shore
Meeks Bay- take 89 south past Tahoe City and turn into the Meeks Bay Resort. This a beautiful small Bay with a large sandy beach. Because they have a marina, you can rent any water toy there is.
Baldwin Beach- take 89 south past Tahoe City and Emerald Bay to Baldwin Beach. This beach is long and
wide and offers beautiful soft sand. This beach looks like you are not in Tahoe but somewhere on the
Sand Harbor- take 267 to 28 until you reach Sand Harbor State Park. This beach is the most famous and most popular in Tahoe. It offers turquoise caribbean-like water, white sand beaches and lots of beautiful rocks. You have to get here early as the park
does sell out.
South East Shore
Zephyr Cove- take 267 to 28 to 50 until you reach Zephyr Cove resort. This is a party beach. Because you are on the Nevada side of the lake, drinking is allowed on the beach, in fact waitresses bring you your drink to your towel.
Zephyr Cove is also the harbor for the Tahoe Queen and the Tahoe Gal, which offer scenic boat rides on the lake.
All of the above beaches are very easily accessible, offer restrooms and restaurants (except for Speedboat) and therefore get more crowded in the summertime.
If you are looking for a secluded beach with less crowds, check out the dog-friendly beaches. Chimney, Secret, Hidden Beach and Skunk Harbor are the least crowded beaches but require a short walk/hike to the beach.