Ready to Launch

At this time, only vessels with an intact Lake Tahoe inspection seal can launch and no uninspected vessels from outside the Tahoe Region will be able to get on the water until orders to help slow the spread of the coronavirus are further relaxed. Watercraft inspection stations for the detection and prevention of aquatic invasive species will remain closed to boaters until further direction from public health officials.

Public Launch Ramps

Sand Harbor, Incline Village (NV State Parks) — Open May 22

Cave Rock, Glenbrook (NV State Parks) — Open May 22

Lake Forest, Tahoe City (TCPUD) — Open May 19

El Dorado, South Lake Tahoe (CSLT) — To Be Announced

Coon Street, Kings Beach (North Tahoe Watersports) —Open June 1

Tahoe Vista Recreation Area, Kings Beach (NTPUD) —Open May 22

Private Launch Facilities

Please contact the following facilities directly for information on launching and hours of operation:

*NOTE: Non-motorized watercraft shall always be Clean.Drain.Dry prior to launching in a waterbody, even if you last visited Lake Tahoe.