As you may or may not know, June is national Great Outdoors Month! As summer approaches and temperatures start to heat up, America rejoices in the fun-filled season that is signaled by BBQ’s, sun, and outdoor activities. While the parks and beaches fill up with tourists and locals, an essential Lake Tahoe Outdoor Recreation Insurance plan will have your property and assets covered for the festivities. While this is an exciting time for outdoor recreation business owners, it is important to be mindful of the risks involved during the summer season.
- Hiking- June 6th is The American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day. More than 2,000 trail related events take place across the country including hiking, biking, and horseback riding. With the stunning views of Cave Rock and Van Sickle trails, it’s a perfect summer day’s adventure. However, with the sometimes harsh elements of Mother Nature, it is important to protect hikers from injury by educating them on the trail.
- Fishing and Boating- June 6-14th is National Fishing and Boating Week. In honor of this week, Lake Tahoe provides numerous fishing charters such as Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters and Mile High Fishing Charters. Making sure your equipment is operating smoothly and providing lessons on boating will help reduce risk of damage and injury to your customers.
- Camping- Lakefront campgrounds such as Camp Richardson and D.L. Bliss State park are beautiful ways to experience nature up close. Most entrance fees are under $20 and provide all the basics you need for a good time- boat ramps, showers, restrooms, and much more. TahoeActivities.com provides all the pricing and specific questions you may have. Although property damage due to campers and harsh climates can wear down your camp site and equipment, staying on top of the maintenance can preserve your facility.
Summer and all of its related outdoor activities are ideal for Lake Tahoe business owners. At Cal-Nevada Insurance Agency, we offer specialized insurance coverage for all of your outdoor property and assets. Updating or adding a Lake Tahoe Risk Management program will help secure your business during this high traffic, high risk season. We understand the unique needs of these operations and strive to provide exceptional risk management solutions to cater to your business. To learn more about our offerings, please contact us today at (866) 670-5948.