Lake Tahoe boat inspection stations begin to shut down |

Lake Tahoe boat inspection stations begin to shut down

Matthew Renda
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Kevin Sellon \ Tahoe Daily TribuneA Tahoe boater runs the bilge on his boat before launching at the Tahoe Keys Marina on Memorial Day. Boaters had to go through a thorough inspection before launching in order to keep invasive species such as Zebra and Quagga mussels.

LAKE TAHOE – As the temperature trends downward, the summer boating season at Lake Tahoe is rapidly approaching the finish line.

Watercraft roadside inspection stations and public launch facilities are preparing for the fall and winter boating season by reducing schedules following the Labor Day weekend, according to Jeff Cowen, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency spokesman.

The following is a list of inspections stations and public launches with proposed schedules. For schedules relating to private marinas, contact the facilities directly for operating hours and fee information. Visit for up-to-date information.

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