While this is an activity almost the entire family can enjoy for a few hours, Clearly Tahoe reminds us why the lake is so clean and clear and how they try to protect the lake. They work with the League to Save Lake Tahoe to help educate their guests on invasive species, as well as Clean Up the Lake to monitor some of the trash that’s below the surface.
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