- The terrain around Kings Beach is undulating and mountainous, overlooking the state's most famous lake, Tahoe.
- The main attraction that you will find in Kings Beach is the signature downtown public beach.
- Activities include skiing, gambling, snowboarding, hiking, horse riding, cycling, boating waterskiing, fishing, picnicking and just relaxing.
Kings Beach is small, but any travel there is very rewarding. Vacations are also a treat with recreational activities, both winter and summer, which are sure to please all age groups and fit in with every budget.
It is natural and inviting to travel to an area where elegance, sophistication, fun, excitement and challenges mix. The town is a natural phenomenon that has been created by political divides, devoted settlers and nature. The terrain is undulating and mountainous, overlooking the state's most famous lake, Tahoe.
Kings Beach can be found on the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Obviously, as the name implies, it is located directly on the beach where Hwy. 267 spills into Hwy. 28.
Accommodation is limited in the town, but many nearby resorts and motels make it easy to get to. Many enjoy the drive to the town, going through other communities as they circle the lake. Though the town is smaller than the others, it has maintained its country charm and hospitality. Some odd shops offer soothing and cooling ice cream during the summer heat. A delightful, traditional American roadside diner offers all the expected fare, including hearty breakfasts.
One of the biggest draws has to be the summer and winter holiday options. Sports include skiing, gambling, snowboarding, hiking, horse riding, cycling, boating and waterskiing. For those who like fishing, rafts and boats are available for rent. In addition peaceful picnic spots and a long a winding beach are truly relaxing.
The main attraction that you will find in Kings Beach is the signature downtown public beach. Kings Beach is rightfully known as the north shore's banana belt; as it stands in the sun’s path from early morning into the late afternoon making this public beach a warm and welcoming location.
California State Route 28 passes through Kings Beach along the Lake Tahoe shore. California State Route 267 meets Route 28 in Kings Beach and connects the town to Northstar, Truckee, and Interstate 80.
The fastest and most efficient way to travel to Kings Beach by car is to take Interstate 80 to Truckee and then head southeast on California Star Route 267. In just 20 minutes you will find yourself in Kings Beach.