Route Planning and Route Finding Map

Use this Google Map of the Water Trail to plan your route. Where cell phone internet access is available, open this page on your phone or open the map in the Google Maps App using this link.

Trailhead with signage, parking and restrooms

Campground

Public launch/landing site

Landing site only

Use this Google Map of the Water Trail to plan your route. Where cell phone internet access is available, open this page on your phone or open the map in the Google Maps App.

For best results:

  1. Open the Google Maps App
  2. Tap the button below
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Always Bring a Day Trip Map or the Map & Access Guide

While this map can be a great tool for finding your way while on the Water Trail, it depends on internet access, and many areas of Lake Tahoe do not have cell reception or wifi. You should always carry one of our Day Trip maps. Go here to download the Water Trail Day Trip maps.

We’ve segmented the 72-mile water route into 7 Day Trip Maps for out-and-back paddles from one beach or point-to-point excursions that connect public beach sites. Each map includes a mapped route with mileage, launch/landing sites, trailheads with wayfinding signage, parking and restrooms, and public beach access to waterfront attractions.

Better yet, carry the waterproof Map & Access Guide!

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Disclaimer

Sierra Business Council and the Lake Tahoe Water Trail Committee and their contributors will be in no way responsible for personal injury or damage to personal property arising in conjunction with the use of this website or printed materials. Good judgment and planning are critical to any successful outing. Before heading out on the water, it is recommended that you check with other sources of information for the latest lake conditions.

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