Posted on March 25 2016
Paddleboarding is a great activity if you love the great outdoors and slipping into your men’s swim trunks. Recently, we’ve been giving readers a list of amazing places to travel to and paddleboard. We already covered some of the best locations, such as the Half Moon Bay in California and Lake Mead in Arizona and Nevada's desert. So without further ado, here are more highly recommend paddleboarding hot-spots you must check out this summer!
Most popular paddleboarding spots:
- Lake Tahoe’s north shore. It’s time to take a dip in Lake Tahoe’s most popular hot springs. Join the most avid paddle boarders on a guided tour which includes a paddleboard for only $90 per person. Starting on Kings Beach State Recreation Area, you’ll paddle for about 30 minutes along ponderosa forest until you reach your destination at the beautiful granite-rimmed Crystal Bay. On your way back is when you’ll get to take a refreshing and warm soak in the 120 degree Brockway Hot Springs from the lake’s frigid waters.
Minnesota's 10,000 Lakes. If you love fishing and love you standup paddleboarding, this is a destination you must visit. For only $65 per person, you will get to paddle to a sheltered south shore and catch the biggest fish from your paddleboard. Bring your own rod and enjoy catching northern pike, eight-pound bass and massive walleye.