Lake Tahoe is North America’s largest alpine lake. After Crater Lake, it’s also the second deepest lake in the U.S. and comes in sixth in volume of freshwater behind the five Great Lakes. Lake Tahoe is world-renown for its crystal clear water and stunning scenery.
Because Lake Tahoe is an interstate waterway, the U.S. Coast Guard mans a station in South Lake Tahoe. Lake Tahoe offers the full range of beach activities, water sports, sightseeing, marina facilities, fishing opportunities and more. From power boats and sail boats, to jet skis, parasailing and paddle sports, such as canoes, kayaks, paddle boards and more. Whether you own your own boat or water sport equipment, or are looking to rent or buy or just pick up some handy travel tips, TahoeBoating.com has it all.
Find beaches and campgrounds, many accessible by boat, all around the lake.
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Find salmon, catfish, bass, several kinds of trout and more in Lake Tahoe.