Kings Beach things to do heavily feature Mother Nature, and especially when she’s in a warm mood. Lake Tahoe plays center stage, as you might expect, inviting you to play in, on or around it. Warm weather brings the biggest crowds looking for North Shore and Kings Beach things to do. Kayaking, swimming and power boating top most lists. But if you’ve never tried parasailing, you might want to add in this high altitude fun. Such Kings Beach activities will reward you with some unimpeded, amazing views of the lake and surrounding mountains! Have you ever tried standup paddleboarding? It doesn’t matter if you’re well-balanced or a bit of a klutz, this sport is among Kings Beach’s most popular, and it really isn’t hard once you try it for a while. Just make sure to get a board that’s right for your size.
Fishing for trout or salmon has been a favorite Kings Beach activity for many years. But remember to purchase a fishing license before dropping a hook.
Onshore Kings Beach Things to Do
Including North Shore
Prefer to stay dry while enjoying the numerous Kings Beach things to do? Well, then, hiking is very popular. Along the sands of Kings Beach State Recreation Area is one route. Outside Tahoe Vista the year-round trails of North Tahoe Regional Park attract both humans and their canine companions. If you are unsure where other trails begin, simply pull off to the side of the road where cars congregate, lace up your boots and start walking.
Kings Beach's things to do also feature public baseball, tennis and golfing. The serious duffer appreciates the tight fairways and small greens of the 9-hole Old Brockway Golf Course. When giggles needs to accompany a hole-in-one, hit the links at the seasonal Kings Beach Miniature Golf. Music plays as you putt near totem poles and faux traffic lights.