Lake Tahoe Boat Rentals
Lake Tahoe is a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada; it is located along the border between California and Nevada, west of Carson City. Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America. Its depth is 1,645 ft., making it the second deepest lake in the United States. The lake is known for the clarity of its water and the panorama of surrounding mountains on all sides.
Boating and jet skiing are the primary activities in Lake Tahoe in the summer. Tahoe is the place to be for wake boarding, wake surfing, wake skating, water skiing, jet skiing, fly boarding, and more. Experience the best boat rentals, wake boat rentals, ski boats and Jet Ski rentals, personal watercraft rentals by owners at affordable rates. Insurance is included with every rental and booking online is easy after signing up for free on Fun2Rent. Other popular activities in Tahoe, California include camping, lodging, hiking, biking, mountain biking, and many fine restaurants for all your Lake Tahoe Vacation needs. So before heading out to the lake let Fun2Rent outfit your family and friends with one of our rentals below or search your zip code to find a boat rental near you.
Boating and access is available at these public launch ramps, private marinas and resorts around beautiful Lake Tahoe; Cave Rock, Lake Forest, Tahoe Vista, Ski Beach/Incline Village, Sand Harbor (may be closed in 2104), Coon Street (Kings Beach) boat launch. You can also check out these Private Marinas, please contact the facilities directly for information on launching and hours, North Tahoe Marina, Tahoe City Marina, Sunnyside Marina, Homewood Marina, Obexer's Marina, Meeks Bay Marina, Camp Richardson Marina, Tahoe Keys Marina and Lakeside Marina. Fun2Rent recommends calling in advance and checking weather conditions prior to your boating adventure.
All trailered boats and watercraft must have a Tahoe wire inspections seal to launch, issued from a roadside inspection station during the summer season. Here is a complete list of inspection stations at Lake Tahoe.