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Lake Tahoe Marinas

Whether sailing the crystal clears waters of Tahoe, fishing for Rainbow trout or Kokanee salmon in the steep n’ deep sandy shelves, or just cruising past Emerald Bay, there truly is nothing like Lake Tahoe when it comes to boating. Being the largest alpine lake in North America and offering over 75 miles of shoreline, there’s just too much to see and do on the waters in just one day.

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Time On The Lake Is Time Well Spent

What To Do On Lake Tahoe

Boat on Lake Tahoe

The bird’s eye view from one of the many peaks like Tallac is amazing. Lounging on the sandy shores is enjoyable. Even a hike in the mountains is a great idea. But when it comes to really experiencing Tahoe, you must get out on the lake. Charter a fishing expedition to catch your own fish and have MacDuff’s Public House clean and cook it for you. Try your hand at wakeboarding, wakesurfing, or water skiing. Take in the waters from a higher perspective by parasailing behind a boat hundreds of feet in the air. If it can be done on water or beneath it, Lake Tahoe has it.  

Being the largest alpine lake in North America and offering over 75 miles of shoreline, there’s just too much to see and do on the waters in just one day.

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