August 25, 2014 09:03 ET

September in Lake Tahoe: 5 Things to Do in September 2014 in Lake Tahoe Listed by

There Are a Lot of Places That People Can Go in the Month of September, but Lake Tahoe Trumps Them All; So Come Say Goodbye to Summer With a Trip to Lake Tahoe

LAKE TAHOE, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 25, 2014) - There are a large amount of events and things to do while on vacation to Lake Tahoe, and September is no exception. Today,, a local tourism guide to Lake Tahoe, announced a list of top things to do this September 2014 in Lake Tahoe. From Labor Day weekend to summertime fun, this September is packed with end of summer fun.

1. Join the fun of Labor Day in Lake Tahoe:

South Lake Tahoe: Just like on the fourth of July, Fireworks are an extremely important part of the Labor Day celebration at Lake Tahoe. Find a spot along the South Shore and catch the Labor Day fireworks extravaganza! Display is on August 31st at 8:30pm.

North Lake Tahoe: For North Lake Tahoe fireworks visitors can head to Carnelian Bay and watch the fireworks show shoot off at Gar Woods Pier. This display takes places on August 31st at 8:15pm.

For a list of best viewing spots for this year's Labor Day fireworks, and other Labor Day weekend activities visit

2. Take a Cruise on Lake Tahoe:

September is a wonderful time to spend out on the water at Lake Tahoe, and one can actually schedule a beautiful scenic Lake Tahoe Cruise and even one's ideal wedding to take place out on the water. In September, it is not too hot and it's not too cold. It's the perfect time of the year to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Lake Tahoe from out on the lake on some of the most beautiful private charters in the business.

Tahoe Cruises offer a variety of different types of cruises that a group can charter in order to experience something new while visiting Lake Tahoe. The fleet includes the Woodwind II, the Tahoe, and the Safari Rose, all of which offer incredible cruises on the Lake. Hop on the Safari Rose for a sunset cocktail cruise, complete with complimentary beer, wine, champagne and appetizers while cruising through iconic Emerald Bay.

3. Hang gliding at Lake Tahoe:

 Have you ever wondered what it would be like to hang glide? Hang Gliding Tahoe offers customers who are visiting Lake Tahoe a beautiful scenic powered hang gliding experience where they can see the lake from and over head view, and they can feel safe in the hands of their professional FAA Flight Instructors.

4. Enjoy the many beautiful golf courses in the area:

At Resort at Squaw Creek Lake Tahoe, they offer people upscale lodging combined with some of the most beautiful golf courses that Lake Tahoe has to offer. Squaw Valley Golf Course offers golfers challenging holes with some of the best views the area has to offer. The course offers beginner's clinics, and even a family golf special!

5. Play on the Lake:

Lake Tahoe isn't nicknamed 'California's Playground' for no reason... there are a variety of different activities that one can enjoy alone or with the family and kids when visiting Lake Tahoe. There are places to rent gear for water skiing, boating, and jet skiing -- so grab the family and enjoy some fun out on the Lake. Visitors can rent a boat and enjoy the day playing in the crystal blue waters of Lake Tahoe. Don't forget about swimming! Even in September at Lake Tahoe, the weather is still wonderful for swimming. Here is a list of boat rental and watersport companies in Lake Tahoe.

Want more info about water sports in Lake Tahoe? Here's an article about how to enjoy the water:

Lodging Hint: Hotels in Lake Tahoe can get pricey, but there are few gems worth shouting about. Try The Trailhead Lodge in South Lake Tahoe for perfect location and a less expensive option for travelers on a budget. The Trailhead Lodge offers travelers comfortable accommodations for as little as $89 a night.

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