Round Hills Pine is a “must go” when you visit Lake Tahoe.
Round Hill Pines Beach Resort is my favorite of all South Lake Tahoe beaches. This is where you will find my family (and many other locals) on a warm afternoon. Round Hill Pines is the best kept secret of South Lake Tahoe beaches.
Round Hill Pines offers beautiful clean beaches in a marina environment. There are full service restrooms and volleyball courts on the beach. You are welcome to being your own shade, toys and cooler full of food. If you would prefer, there are lounge chairs and umbrellas for rent as well as food for sale.
You can purchase meals at the Beach Grill for about $13 per meal. You can purchase hot dogs, nachos, ice cream and other snack at the Beach Treats shack.
You can purchase adult beverages at the Rum Bar on the Beach. Yes, you can imbibe on the Nevada side of the lake. Round Hill Pines Resort even offers blanket side beverage service.
Try the “Pain Killer” beverage, it is wonderful. It tastes like a smooth Pina Colada with a shot of golden run floating on top and a sprinkle of nutmeg. This perfect summer treat can be yours for $8.
You can rent a bicycle, lounge chair, Sea-doo, kayak, or paddle boat by the pier.
The marina offers:
Boat rentals for $650 a day
Sea Doo rentals for $115 an hour
Parasailing for $75 per person
Pedal Boats for $25 an hour
Kayaks for $25 an hour
Stand Up Paddles for $30 an hour
There is also a water taxi that runs between Round Hill Pines and Camp Richardson for $15 one way or $25 for a round trip. Bikes ride the water taxi for free,
There are a few picnic tables and barbecues by the tree line. Beach goers are free to use the picnic tables and barbecues as long as they are not reserved. You can reserve the picnic area for a fee.
South Lake Tahoe weddings are hosted at Round Hill Pines most weekends during the summer. For weddings the resort closes the south beach to the public in reservation for your wedding party. Call ahead if you would like to plan your wedding.
Round Hill Pines is on the south–east side of the lake at 300 Highway 50 about 2.6 miles from the Nevada state line. No dogs allowed. Parking is $10.