You Can Rent Clear Stand-Up Paddle Boards & See The Bottom Of Lake Tahoe
You can see down to the bottom.
Have you been looking for a unique adventure to try out this summer? If you've got your eyes on warm shores, turquoise water, and outdoor activities, chances are, you'll love this. Did you know that you can rent completely clear stand-up paddle boards in Lake Tahoe?
You can see all the way down to the bottom of the lake!
With vibrant emerald water, private coves, and hidden beach strands to discover, Wild Society offers one of the best ways to take in the picturesque landscape.
They offer a two-hour rental clear SUP rental for only $75.25 per person and mandatory life vests will be provided. If you want to stay out longer, there is also a four-hour rental option for $129.
Since the weight capacity is approximately 200 pounds, it is recommended to only have one person board.
One of the best things about this tour is that it's perfect for beginners. No previous experience is needed and the instructors will tell you everything you need to know.
Reservations can be made online.
Don't forget your sunscreen and water! Temperatures can get pretty toasty in the summer.
After you've checked in, take a step (or swim) off the beaten path and explore all the beauty this forest region has to offer.
These bright turquoise waters are a treasure trove of beauty.
If you'd rather explore in a clear kayak, that's always an option too. Either way, you'll see jaw-dropping sights from your spot on the lake.
If you're lucky, you might even see some marine life such as purple kokanee salmon, trout, or even a rare American mink nearby.
While you're in the area, you should also check out thesewhere you can swim in a mini gorge. It's only a short drive away.
Price: A 2-hour paddle board rental is $75 per person
Location: 8612 N Lake Blvd., Kings Beach, CA
Why You Should Go: You can rent a clear paddle board and see the bottom of Lake Tahoe.
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