North Lake Tahoe: Beaches and Lakefront

Burnt Cedar Beach

Description: Beach open only to residents/guests of Incline Village. Heated pool, playground and picnic areas.

Commons Beach Park

Description: This park has areas for picnics, playgrounds, sunbathing, & swimming. Park hosts a summer concert series.
Phone: (530) 583-3796

Five Lakes - Granite Chief Wilderness

Description: A moderately difficult hike about 4 miles in length, with 5 lakes along the way to fish, swim, or view. Closed during winter months.

Hidden Beach

Description: Beach point along Lake Tahoe.
Phone: (775) 831-0494

Incline Beach

Description: Private beach open only to residents and guests of Incline Village. Beach with playground, picnic areas.

Inspiration Point Vista

Description: Beautiful overlook view of Emerald Bay, Vikingsholm and Fanette Island.
Phone: (530) 543-2694

Kings Beach State Recreation Center

Description: Boating, Boat Rentals, Picnic Areas, Fishing, Beach Area, Swimming, Windsurfing/Surfing
Phone: (530) 583-3074

Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park

Description: National Park located in Lake Tahoe, has many trails, beaches, and other beautiful sites.
Phone: (775) 831-0494

Sand Harbor

Description: Beautiful beach and harbor with views of Lake Tahoe. Swimming, scuba diving, nature trail and boating. Hosts an annual Shakespeare festival.
Phone: (775) 831-0494

Ski Beach

Description: Private beach open only to residents and guests of Incline Village. Kayak rentals available, boat ramp, picnic areas, volleyball and bocce courts.

Skunk Harbor

Description: A North Lake Tahoe hidden beach that can be accessed by a 1.5 mile walk. Dog friendly.
Phone: (530) 543-2694

Spooner Lake and Summit

Description: Fishing, camping, hiking, and hunting destination in Tahoe.
Phone: (775) 831-0494

Sugar Pine Point State Park

Description: Wooded area along Lake Tahoe with a nature center, trails for hiking and a beach for fishing. In the winter, it's a great place to ski, and snowshoe.
Phone: (530) 525-7982