LAKESIDE BEACH IS OWNED AND OPERATED BY LAKESIDE PARK ASSOCIATION

Different from other private beaches around the lake, Lakeside Beach allows access to the public year-round.

Help us Keep Tahoe Blue by packing back out what you pack in, and by cleaning up after yourself.

Lakeside Park Association maintains the grounds year round for everyone to enjoy.

Summer Beach Access

Memorial Day-Labor Day

9am-5pm: daily passes for sale & passes collected

5pm-9pm: discounted daily passes for sale & passes collected

9pm-6am: members only no passes will be collected or sold.

Rules and Regulations

For your safety and enjoyment, we ask that you do not partake/bring in any of the following items into Lakeside Beach. When gate attendants are present, bags and coolers will be checked upon entry to the beach.
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Amplified Music
  • Drones
  • Disturbances
  • Fires, including BBQ pits & gas grills
  • Fireworks
  • Glass Containers of any kind
  • Littering
  • Loitering between 10pm-6am
  • Nudity
  • Pets
  • Smoking & vaping of any kind
  • Tents, overnight camping, or overnight sleeping

Transportation

Parking is first come first serve on Lakeshore Blvd. It is highly recommended to bike or walk to the beach as parking fills in quick.

There is also a water taxi which is available out of Lakeside Marina during the summer months. Please call 530-541-9800 for schedule and prices.

There is NO overnight camping or overnight parking on Lakeshore Blvd. Cars left overnight will be subjected to ticketing & towing.

 

BEACH HOURS 9am-9pm

7 days a week

ADULTS (18+) $25

CHILDREN (4-17) $15

UNDER 3 YEARS OLD FREE

Winter Beach Access

Labor Day-Memorial Day

While Lakeside Beach doesn’t restrict daytime access during winter, we ask visitors to the beach to respect it and keep it clean for everyone to enjoy!

The beach gate is unlocked for the public’s enjoyment from sunrise to sunset seven days a week.

Lakeside Beach is under 24/7 video & sound surveillance and is patrolled nightly by security.

Summer Beach Access Frequently Asked Questions

  • When do I need a beach pass?

Beach passes are required in the high season months when a gate attendant is present.

  • Who gets beach passes?

Property owners within the Lakeside Park Neighborhood receive beach passes annually with their association membership.

  • Which hotels get beach passes?

Visit our commercial page to see hotels within the neighborhood that offer beach passes for the duration of your stay.

  • What if I’m not staying at a hotel in the neighborhood?

Daily beach passes can be purchased at the front gate when the gate attendant is present.

Amenities

  • NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY 
  • Volleyball Net on the beach with a volleyball available on a first-come basis just ask the front gate attendant.
  • Beach umbrellas and chairs are available to rent through Lakeside Beach Club on weather permitting days from 10 am-6 pm.
    • Beach Chairs 
    • Sun Lounges 
    • Umbrellas 
  • Event space is available for rent through Lakeside Park Association from November through April. Contact us about events here. Events wanting to be held May through October should contact  Lake Tahoe Beach Weddings. Lakeside Park Association members do have priority when reserving event area on the beach.
  • Jet Skis, Paddle Boats and Kayak rentals available on the beach during marina hours weather permitting.
  • Children’s play set available year-round when weather permits. ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED.
  • Picnic tables, benches, and space on the beach are first come first serve.
  • Men and Women bathrooms on the beach ADA accessible.
  • Sit down restaurant with great beach views and a beachside access window selling snacks, ice cream and non-alcoholic beverages available when open.
  • Water fountains and water bottle refill stations using Lakeside Park Mutual Water. Help us Keep Tahoe Blue by reducing, reusing, and recycling plastics.
  • South Shore Water Taxi from Lakeside Marina. Check the schedule here or call 530-541-9800 for more information.