Try stand-up paddleboarding (SUP)! It’s one of the fastest growing watersports and getting started is made easy at one of our area rental locations. Many of the Lake Tahoe paddleboarding locations offer stand-up paddleboard rentals on the calm waters of Tahoe. There are also Reno SUP locations, like the Sparks Marina. If you’re looking to get a little more action and ride some whitewater, then the Truckee River is calling your name. These Reno Tahoe locations make it easy to start paddleboarding today!
Looking for a new way to explore the cool waters of the Sierra Nevada and Lake Tahoe, but you don’t have a paddleboard of your own? Well, you’re in luck. Stand-up paddleboarding has turned into a popular water sport everyone can enjoy in Reno Tahoe. Check out these Lake Tahoe paddleboard rental locations for visitors wanting to see what paddleboarding on Tahoe is all about.
Adrift Tahoe offers SUP, kayak and canoe rentals. Since the shop is conveniently located steps from the water in Kings Beach, you are only a short walk away from awesome paddleboarding.
North Tahoe Paddle offers paddleboard and kayak rentals, with multi-day options available. Each rental includes a paddle, Pesonal Floatation Device, a dry bag, safety tips and instructions. Free delivery of your paddleboard or kayak is offered in the North Lake Tahoe area.
Along with stand-up paddleboard rentals, Tahoe Adventure Company hosts SUP tours and lessons. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned paddleboarding enthusiast, Tahoe Adventure Company can help you get paddling on the waters of Lake Tahoe.
Tahoe City Kayak offers both kayak and paddleboard rentals at their Tahoe City location, as well as Sand Harbor State Park. This means you can convenietly get on the water from one of Lake Tahoe’s most popular beaches. Take in views of the surrounding mountains and granite boulders as you glide along the glassy water.
Tahoe Paddle & Oar, located in Kings Beach, offers rental and tours so you can have an unforgettable experience stand-up paddleboarding on Lake Tahoe. If you fall in love with paddleboarding by the end of your rental time, you’re in luck – Tahoe Paddle & Oar sells paddleboards and kayaks so you can take the adventure home.
Need a snack before your adventure? Waterman’s Landing, located in Carnelian Bay, offers rentals, tours and a cafe so you can fuel up before you paddle out. Make sure to arrive at Carnelian Bay early, because the parking lot fills up fast.
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Some of the best Lake Tahoe paddleboarding spots are located in north Lake Tahoe. Why? North Lake Tahoe has a laid back vibe and offers plenty of hidden stretches of shoreline that are only accessible from the water. For those who want to chill and paddle on the glassy waters of Lake Tahoe, hitting up the North Lake Tahoe area is the best option for you.
Beaches in North Lake Tahoe like Kings Beach and Sand Harbor are ideal spots to paddleboard. With coves that are cradled by beautiful granite rock formations, the water is typically smooth and calm, making it ideal for paddleboarding. Plus, there are several rental companies location in North Lake Tahoe.
Other places to paddle in Lake Tahoe include Emerald Bay, famous for Fannette Island, Zephyr Cover, Lester Beach, Kiva Beach and D.L. Bliss State Park.
If you fall in love with paddleboarding, you can buy your own paddleboard at Lakeshore Paddleboard Company. Lakeshore is based in Reno and has developed into a premier lifestyle brand of standup paddleboards with specialties in flatwater and touring-specific designs. If you’re in the Reno-Sparks area, rent your paddleboard at Marina PaddleFit or Snowind Sports. Marina Paddlefit offers clinics to start learning new SUP skills or you can train in their complete fitness system that takes you through a full body workout by teaching basic techniques.
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