California Points of Interest

Historic Boathouse


Welcome to the Historic Boathouse in California, a must-visit point of interest for anyone exploring the state's national parks. The Boathouse is a historic building located in the heart of Lake Tahoe, built in 1929 and primarily used to store boats and equipment.

One of the main reasons to visit the Historic Boathouse is the stunning views of Lake Tahoe and the surrounding mountains. Visitors can also take a tour of the building and learn about its fascinating history, including its use during the Prohibition era as a secret hangout for wealthy families.

In addition to the Boathouse itself, visitors can enjoy the nearby beaches and hiking trails, as well as water activities like kayaking, paddle-boarding, and fishing. The area is also home to a variety of bird species, including eagles and ospreys.

One unique feature of the Boathouse is the annual "Concours d'Elegance" boat show, featuring vintage and classic boats from around the world. This event draws thousands of visitors each year and is a must-see for boating enthusiasts.

Overall, the Historic Boathouse is a fantastic destination for anyone looking to experience the natural beauty and rich history of California's national parks. Whether you're interested in boating, hiking, or just enjoying the stunning views, you won't be disappointed by a visit to this iconic landmark. Get driving directions.
HISTORIC BOATHOUSE

Points of Interest
Location
Abbotts Lagoon
Bear Valley Visitor Center
Bohemian Grove
BOLINAS LAGOON
Cathedral Grove
Cypress Tree Tunnel
Drakes Bay National Historic Landmark plaque
Historic Boathouse
Historic Life-Saving Service Cemetary
Historic Pierce Point Ranch
Historic RCA Coast Receiving Station KPH
Kenneth C. Patrick Visitor Center
Kule Loklo Cultural Exhibit
Morgan Horse Ranch
Muir Woods Visitor Center
Northwest Giacomini Wetlands Viewpoint
Observation Deck
Peter Behr Overlook
Point Reyes Lighthouse Visitor Center
Red Barn Classroom
Sea Lion Overlook Trail
South Beach Overlook

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