Incline Village Vacation Rentals at Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe Boating

With crystal clear water, an enjoyable climate, and the Sierra Mountains providing 360 degree panoramic views, Lake Tahoe is considered a boating paradise. Did you know that Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America? Yes, and it’s the 16th deepest lake in the entire world. Whether sailing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, or parasailing: Lake Tahoe’s beauty, clarity, and size makes it a great lake for water recreation.

Lake Tahoe Facts:

  • 22 miles long
  • 12 miles wide
  • 1000 foot average deep
  • 1645 foot max depth
  • 6230 feet above sea level
  • 65-70° F average water temperature (summer)

Boating and Sailing Charters in Incline Village Lake TahoeThere are some nice areas around Lake Tahoe that are only accessible by boat, and many restaurants and attractions that have convenient boat access. You can explore exciting places like secluded sandy beaches, public parks, restaurants, old mansions, and historic sites. One of the most popular ways to get around on the lake is via kayak, and you can rent them at virtually any major beach.

Sailing on lake Tahoe can be an amazing experience. You can rent sailboats, and even instruction. There are sailing charters available in Incline Village, and you won’t need to do a thing except enjoy the ride, the great service, and the amazing views!

If you bring your own boat, Lake Tahoe has many easy-to-access boating ramps that will make your launching a hassle free experience. The easiest boat ramp to access near Incline Village is conveniently located conveniently located at Sand Harbor State park a couple miles south of town.

Business Directory: Sailing & Boating

Tahoe Sailing Charters
700 N Lake Blvd, Tahoe City, CA

Action Watersports of Tahoe
967 Lakeshore Blvd
Incline Village

Tahoe Paddle & Oar
8299 N Lake Blvd
Incline Village

Tahoe City Kayak
521 N Lake Blvd
Tahoe City, CA‎

Wake Tahoe Water Sportss
Tahoe Vista, CA