Water Sports

With Lake Tahoe and the Truckee River in northern Nevada and Lake Mead and the Colorado River in southern Nevada, and a plethora of lakes and rivers in between, Nevada is home to some of the most beautiful lakes and rivers in the country – perfect for water sport activities. Whether you enjoy open water paddling, whitewater rafting or scuba diving, Nevada’s incredible lakes and rivers will whet your adventure appetite.

Nevada Adventures

Touring Nevada

By Air, Auto, Foot...Even Pontoon...These Companies Make It Easier and Safe to Explore the Silver State

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Baited Bliss with Denis Isbister

Sure, Nevada is part of the Great Basin, but there is some spectacular fishing out there I'm desperate for. And to have fishing 101 with fishing legend Denis Isbister at Pyramid? Woah. Take that, Nevada bucket list.

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Discover & Do

Lake Tahoe
Incline Village (Lake Tahoe), NV

Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park offers a number of different areas for visitors to enjoy.

Cave Lake State Park with bird swimming in foreground
Ely, NV

When it comes to incredible recreational opportunities, the sky is the limit with Cave Lake State Park!

Gardnerville, NV

Type: Whitewater Rafting & Kayaking Gentle rapids, dramatic rock formations and irresistible hot springs in the Class II section make the 20-mile east fork of the Carson River a high-desert trip suitable for the whole family.

Lake Tahoe
Reno, NV

Featured services include activities, tours, clinics and rentals for every season. Specific air sports offered are heli-tours, ballooning, soaring, and gliding.

Carson City, NV

Washoe and Little Washoe Lakes are located in the heart of scenic Washoe Valley, between Carson City and Reno. Here, visitors find spectacular views of the majestic Carson portion of the Sierra Nevada.