The buoys at Regan Beach in South Lake Tahoe are still moored to cement blocks. They still have tags marking their registration. But they are not floating on the surface of the water. Instead, the white, globe-shaped buoys are sinking into the mud. Piers stretch above bare ground. An abandoned motorboat, still attached to its buoy, is marooned in ankle-deep water.
More related articles
Keeping Tahoe BlueYou may not know it, but behind the popular "Keep Tahoe Blue" sticker are 65 years of ground-breaking conservation history.
Tahoe in the News, Tahoe in the News, Tahoe in the NewsTahoe traffic, pollution lands region on list of places travelers should avoidA popular travel guide is telling visitors to not go to Tahoe. The League's Jesse Patterson weighs in.
Construction Complete for Upper Truckee Marsh RestorationTahoe’s largest ever wetland restoration project wraps up after three years of work.
Tahoe in the NewsTwo major California tourist destinations named to Fodor’s ‘No List 2023’