2005 State Highway 28, 89451 Incline Village, Nevada, USA
Sand Harbor State Park
The scenery is not the only thing that makes Lake Tahoe unique. It also features good diving spots, e.g. Sand Harbor State Park. This is probably the most popular dive site in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
In order to get to the diving spot you will have to leave Highway 28 a few miles south of Incline Village. This place gets really crowded, especially due to many diving classes that will practice here. The bottom is sandy (obviously), but there are many rocks and sunken trees to see. There is also a small cove, called divers cove, which is formed by some granite rocks.
You will also have to pay the entrance fee ($4/$8) and always the remember the diving flag in Nevada!