The Lake Tahoe Water Trail is a 72-mile water route along the shoreline segmented into seven day trips, including more than 50 public launch and landing sites or “trailheads,” paddle route itineraries, and navigation tools to help paddlers have a safe and fun adventure.
Waterfront attractions, historic sites, bird watching sanctuaries, picnics on the beach and lakeside restaurants are along the trail.
Water trail maps include paddle routes to match ability levels, paddle shops, water safety and aquatic invasive species prevention tips.
Seven Day Trip Maps include details about parking, on-site facilities and amenities, as well as public beach access to nearby hiking trails, restaurants, shopping, historic sites, lodging and campgrounds. The Day Trip Maps are free to download from the Water Trail website.
The waterproof and tear resistant four-color map includes underwater and land topography, latitude/longitude coordinates, GPS waypoints, and a detailed listing of shoreline services and points of interest for Lake Tahoe and Fallen Leaf Lake to help boaters navigate our water world. The Map & Guide can be ordered online or found at Lake Tahoe locations and paddle shops listed on the Water Trail website.