If you are a university student, and you have a school vacation coming up, now is the right time to reserve your pontoon rental in Lake Tahoe. Sure, Tahoe is a big lake, but there are only so many boat rentals to go around. Book your pontoon now, and you won't be left out of the watersports fun.
Pick up your 27' Premier 275 Grand Majestic pontoon craft at West Shore Cafe, or opt for a 27' Bennington 2575 RCW Lux Sport Tritton with a 250 hp motor. Each can carry 13 people, and if you go for a multi-day rental, you can enjoy a hefty discount.
We offer an excellent selection of pontoon rental on Lake Tahoe, so you're sure to find a watercraft that suits your purposes perfectly. Go ahead and add a water toy such as a jet ski or wake board to your travel itinerary for even more on-the-lake good times.
Things to do and see by pontoon
If you want to go camping by boat, there's no better option than Emerald Bay State Park Boat-In campground. It's only accessible by watercraft. While there, you can take a hike on the scenic Rubicon foot trail that encircles Emerald Bay.B e sure to pontoon past the amazing, 39-room Vikingsholm Castle for a glimpse at some of the most notable Scandinavian architecture in the United States. If you visit between Memorial Day and Labor Day, moor your Lake Tahoe rental pontoon and take a guided tour.
If you like live music, you'll be delighted to know that South Lake Tahoe presents a free concert series at El Dorado Beach. At the time of this writing, the concerts happen on Thursdays. When you call us about your pontoon rental Lake Tahoe, ask us to confirm these dates. The free Tahoe concerts are a great place to use the floating boat dock and enjoy an outdoor picnic with friends.
A little about the lake
Lake Tahoe originated sometime between two first ice ages. Approximately two million years old, this freshwater lake that straddles the state line between Nevada and California is extra notable because it is the second-deepest lake on the North American continent. Many UNR students go for Lake Tahoe pontoon rentals when they have some time off from classes.
More than 60 tributaries deliver fresh water into Lake Tahoe. The remainder of the lake's water is sourced from melted snow runoff. Waters that flow out of Tahoe by way of the Truckee are deposited into Pyramid Lake.
Schedule your Tahoe pontoon rental early
During busy seasons, securing a pontoon with which to tour Lake Tahoe may not be easy. That's one reason you should reserve your pontoon rental right now. Remember to rent one or more water toys along with your pontoon rental. Wakeboards, two-person tubes, and water skis are fun rental options.
When you're ready to reserve your Lake Tahoe pontoon rental, give us a call at (775)400-6677. We are SWA, and we're all about providing the most beautiful boat and water toy rentals in and around Lake Tahoe.Pontoon Rental Lake Tahoe