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The Best Way to Get on the Lake: Access Via Our 20 Trailheads

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Established in 2007, the Lake Tahoe Water Trail is a water route along the 72-mile shoreline that connects public beaches with launch/landing sites to help paddlers have a safe and fun recreation experience while practicing […]

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Lake Tahoe Water Trail Spotlight: Watermans Landing

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This three-acre pebbly beach is quickly becoming one of Tahoe’s premier standup paddling hotspots to shove off from. It’s home to deep history, an amazing café serving gourmet food, and Tahoe Watermans Landing – Family […]

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Lake Tahoe Water Trail Spotlight: Nevada Beach And Campground

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Sitting just a few miles from the hustle and bustle of the casino corridor, you’ll find one of the most beautiful, large sandy beaches in South Shore — the Nevada Beach and Campground. Approximately ½ […]

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