In 1929, during a record drought at Lake Tahoe, Frank Globin was able to build this dance pavilion and boat landing on the Lake Shore Park Pier which extended from the end of Sacramento Avenue in Al Tahoe.
These facilities existed until the 1960s.
The pavilion and the very long pier extension are seen in the distance just beneath the tree in this 1963 view from El Dorado Beach.
Here is the drought view today.
— Bill Kingman