Lake Tahoe Information Page

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General Information

  • Lake Tahoe Facts,” Tahoe Weekly, 2017-2018. Excerpt: “The Tahoe Basin is mostly granite, with little topsoil, and therefore few nutrients have washed into the lake to promote the growth of algae and other organisms that make water murky. As well, 40 percent of the precipitation falling into the Tahoe Basin, lands directly on the lake. The remaining precipitation drains through the decomposed granite soil found in marshes and meadows, creating a good filtering system for water. Lake Tahoe’s large volume, relatively small watershed to the lake and the surrounding geology are the primary reasons for its naturally clear waters.”
  • TahoeActivities.com – “At TahoeActivities.com our goal is simple – we aim to promote all of the amazing and fun things to do and see in the Lake Tahoe region. We want visitors to truly enjoy the area and make vacationing here a family tradition. TahoeActivities.com is an insider’s guide covering South Lake Tahoe, North Lake Tahoe and Truckee. It offers insight into the region, giving online visitors a “local’s perspective” so they can enjoy Tahoe to the fullest. Take advantage of the opportunity to list your business for free, or get more exposure with one of our Premium Exposure options. Our site has been going strong since 1999. Over the years we have built a solid search engine history, have earned top search positions, and many websites link to our site as their “activities guide.” We invite you to help us spread the word and Like Us on Facebook. You can even use your expertise to help reply to visitors with questions about the area. Stay connected to the place you love the most—Lake Tahoe—by joining our site.”

Lodging

Maps

Water Temperature

  • Will big winter impact water temperature for swimmers in Lake Tahoe?,” by Claire Cudahy, Tahoe Daily Tribune, 27 May 2017. Excerpt: “Right now the temperature of the surface water is hovering between 50 and 55 degrees Fahrenheit, according to data collected by four NASA buoys moored around Lake Tahoe collecting real-time measurements. But after a warm summer, the surface water can warm to 65 to 75 degrees in August and September.”

Winter Map 2017-2018