360° VR Panoramas of Northern and Central Nevada
The East Side of Lake Tahoe
Incline Village to Zephyr Cove, Nevada

The Nevada shore of Lake Tahoe is only lightly developed, except at its north and south ends. Much of the shore is protected by huge Nevada Lake Tahoe State Park and the US Forest Service's Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit. Cave Rock is a landmark visible from all around the lake. The granite boulders and sandy beaches at Sand Harbor are among the most photographed scenes at Lake Tahoe.


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Fall colors at Sand Harbor

Fall colors at Sand Harbor

Cottonwood and aspen trees in their golden glory at Sand Harbor on Lake Tahoe.

Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Divers Beach at Sand Harbor

Divers Beach at Sand Harbor

This cove, known as Divers Beach, is one of the most photographed places at Lake Tahoe. Granite boulders and golden sand can be seen through the clear greenish water.

Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Nature trail at Sand Harbor

Nature trail at Sand Harbor

A short but beautiful nature trail at Sand Harbor has signs explaining the area's ecology.

Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Anchorage at Sand Harbor

Anchorage at Sand Harbor

The natural anchorage at Sand Harbor has been imrpoved a bit with a breakwater of granite boulders.

Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Sand Harbor granite boulders

Sand Harbor granite boulders

The point at Sand Harbor is a jumble of granite boulders

Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Sand Harbor south cove

Sand Harbor south cove

This shallow sand-bottomed cove on the south side of Sand Point is a favorite for sunbathing and swimming.

Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Sand Harbor Beach

Sand Harbor Beach

The sandy beach on the south edge of Sand Harbor is very popular in the summer.

Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Logan Shoals Vista

Logan Shoals Vista

The vista point at Logan Shoals affords an amazing view across the middle of Lake Tahoe.

U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Managment Unit, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Cave Point on the Nevada shore of Lake Tahoe

Cave Point on the Nevada shore of Lake Tahoe

Cave Point is a lofty crag rising sheer from the deep waters of Lake Tahoe, a landmark visible from around the lake.

U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Managment Unit, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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Cave Point access to Lake Tahoe

Cave Point access to Lake Tahoe

A small park at Cave Point gives access to Lake Tahoe.

U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Managment Unit, Nevada

Date photographed: October 21, 2011
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