Summer Activities

Boat Rentals
Action Watersports Incline – – 775-831-4386
Established in 1996, AWS Incline provides families, adventure enthusiasts, thrill and tranquility seekers alike, everything a person needs to enjoy Lake Tahoe from the water.
In addition to rentals, AWS Incline also conducts catamaran tours around Lake Tahoe, parasailing, wakeboard, wake surf and water ski lessons. Whatever you need to make Lake Tahoe your vacation’s playground, we have the perfect boat rental or watercraft for your activity.
Located on the north shore next to Hyatt Regency, AWS provides boating adventures and memorable experiences for all ages. We look forward to serving you.

Paddle Boarding
Tahoe City Kayak – – (530) 581-4336
Our North Shore Tahoe City store has been a trusted name for Lake Tahoe kayak rentals, touring, and sales for over 17 years. We carry the best names in kayaks, stand up paddleboards, gear and apparel.
Our mission at Tahoe City Kayak is to provide you with unparalleled customer service. We strive to give you the best in kayak sales, SUP rentals, kayak rentals and tours. We know that you have many choices when you come to Lake Tahoe and we thank you for considering us and look forward to serving you on your next trip to the lake.
You could also have your rental kayak or paddleboard delivered to a Tahoe destination of your choosing.

Adrift Tahoe – 530-546-4112
Tahoe’s Original Surf Shop – Celebrating the Spirit of Polynesian Culture 6200′ above sea level.  Grab a board and Go Adrift…
We carry the top SUP brands, including our own line of Adrift boards.  Walk down to the lake from our shop to demo before you buy.  We’re a one stop shop for your day at the beach offering SUP, Kayak, and Canoe rentals, gear, apparel, sundries and more.  

Mount Rose (10 mi round trip) – North Lake Tahoe
Spooner to Marlette Lake (9.5 mi round trip) – Glenbrook
Lola Montez Lakes Trail (6 mi round trip) – North Lake Tahoe
Tahoe Rim Trail – Various Locations and Distances in the Lake Tahoe Basin
Tahoe Meadows Interpretive Trail (1.2 mi round trip) – North lake Tahoe
Rubicon Trail – West Shore

For more information on the top hikes around Lake Tahoe, please visit

Mountain Biking
Tahoe Flume Trail – North Lake Tahoe – 14 miles
Tahoe City to Sugar Pine Point – North Lake Tahoe – 9 miles
Tahoe City to Squaw Valley – North Lake Tahoe – 5 Miles
Pope to Baldwin Beach Bike Path – South Lake Tahoe – 4 Miles
Incline Village Bike Path – North Lake Tahoe – 7+ miles
The Triangle – North Lake Tahoe – 75 miles
Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride – Meyers – 10 miles

For more information and additional trails, please visit

Free Music

Kings Beach
Fridays from 6-8:30pm – June 30-September 1 (Excluding August 11)
Start your summer weekend off right by listening and dancing to FREE live music performances featuring a variety of genres on the beautiful North Shore of Lake Tahoe. Concerts take place at Kings Beach State Recreation Area and start at approximately 6:30pm. Alibi Ale Works, a local craft brewery, will be serving a wide range of frequently rotating beers made with pure Lake Tahoe water. There will be wine, soda, and food available for purchase from 6-9pm. Please no outside alcohol or pets.

Commons Beach
Sundays at 4 pm – June 17th – September 2nd
Guests are welcome to bring picnics, blankets, and low-back chairs for a perfect lakeside evening. Local food and drink vendors sell beer, wine, soft drinks, sushi, bbq foods, ice cream, and more.