The Incline Village General Improvement District (IVGID) manages four restricted-access beaches within Incline Village, Nevada, for the use of IVGID Picture Pass and Recreation Punch Card holders (with beach access), and their guests. Please review the access rules, restrictions and daily access rates for IVGID-managed beaches on the Incline Village Beaches page.
Due to poor air quality in the Lake Tahoe Basin and surrounding areas from wildfire smoke, outdoor community and recreation services, programs and events may be suspended on short notice. Please check this page for updates
Ski Beach Boat Launch is closed for the season 9/30/21:
The Ski Beach Boat Ramp is not open to the public; it can only be accessed by IVGID Picture Pass or Punch Card holders. Please be courteous and patient with the Boat Ramp attendants and Beach Staff who are there for your safety and support.
Due to decreasing water levels and safety concerns, the Ski Beach Boat Launch is closed for the season. Additionally, offseason launching by reservation only is suspended until further notice.
Beach Gate Hours of Operation are as follows:
- Walk in and kayak drop off available at 6:00am.
- Beach Gate Hours: 6:00am – 9:00pm daily.
- Gates will be locked promptly at 9:00pm.
Ski Beach Boat Launch Web Cam & Forecast
Lake Tahoe water level and wave conditions vary. Boaters are encouraged to know and understand water level and wave conditions and the impact on safe boat launching or retrieval before using the Ski Beach Boat Ramp.
Aquatic Invasive Species Inspections Required
The IVGID Boat Ramp at Ski Beach has been following the TRPA Code Amendments that require all boats entering Lake Tahoe be inspected and sealed by a Certified Invasive Species Inspector. IVGID is determined to do its part to try and keep Quagga Mussels, Zebra Mussels, New Zealand Mud Snails and other aquatic invasive species out of Lake Tahoe. Please visit www.TahoeBoatInspections.com for inspection locations, hours, fees, etc.
Water Safety - Boating & Swimming Safety in Lake Tahoe
Whatever your sport of choice is on the lake, please educate yourself about the colder temperatures of Lake Tahoe and check the weather before you head out. The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District has provided some great tips and reminders in this "Boat Smart. Swim Smart" article.