A 3.5 mile trail, accessed at the rodeo arena in Laketown.
Cabins for rent, meeting room.
Across U.S. Hwy 89/30 from the National OR/CA Trail Center
Water runs down into the cave from the surrounding hills from a small brook creating the ice in this cave. It is accessible when the water dries out around the middle of July. There are two entrances to the cave that lead downward into the cave. It is very cold and contains ice even during the hottest summers.
Manages 45+ condos, cabins, beach homes, and large family reunion centers. Properties sleep anywhere from 2 - 84 people. Some properties are pet friendly.
Hunting and Fishing licenses and gear.
South end of Bear Lake, approximately two miles northwest of Laketown on SR 30. Four reservable group sites with pavilions. 106 reservable, full hook-up sites. 37 reservable tent sites. Large day use area and beach. Boat rentals available.
This is the only place at Bear Lake you can get fast-food and shakes right on the beach. No need to lug a heavy cooler down the beach when we have a full menu of food, soft drinks, and shakes available on-site right at the beach. If you want fast-food and you are not staying at the State Park, you can still drive your vehicle into the park for free in order to get your food.
Grocery store & deli
Bloomington Lake is a high elevation (8,200 feet) 10-acre glaciated lake with a good population of trout. Access is by Bloomington Canyon by high clearance vehicles only. The last one-quarter mile is limited to foot travel only. Enjoy beautiful scenery of wildflowers, huge cliffs and 2 lakes.
Bear Lake Valley Rentals & Management, Utah & Idaho. 1-18 Bedroom Condos & Cabins for small or large family or group reunions. Elk Ridge Lodge Bear Lake Lodge, Grizzly Bear Cabin & Fish Haven Lodge: Some with dining halls, game room, volleyball, beach access, beachfront, & some where RV’s & tents are allowed, etc.
This scenic byway follows Bear Lake north on U.S. 89 to Montpelier, then north on U.S. 30, where you leave the Cache National Forest and enter the Caribou National Forest. It goes through Soda Springs, Lava Hot Springs and ends in McCammon.
Summer Only. Burgers and shakes.
This place of worship is recognized as one of the true pioneer landmarks of the West and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1889, this Romanesque Mormon tabernacle was constructed of red sandstone that had to be transported by wagon or sled from a quarry 18 miles away. A free, self-guided tour reveals intricate wood ceilings and stone carvings. A small museum houses heirlooms and objects of art left by the homesteaders. Guided tours are also available.
Located at Jolara Lanes
The reserve is home to sandhill cranes, herons, snowy egret, white pelicans and a variety of ducks and geese species. The Refuge has one of the largest Canada geese producing areas in the western United States. Walking trails take you to view the birds and other wildlife found at the refuge. The refuge is at the north shore of Bear Lake. The US Forest Service office is inside of the National California-Oregon Trail Center located at 322 North 4th St. in Montpelier.
This location is right on the waterfront. 12 RV Fully improved slots, common bathroom facilities, large private group camp site (capacity up to 100 people).
Rentals on the water for boats, jetskis, water tramp, paddleboards, etc
Fall is the perfect time to visit Beaver Creek Lodge.
Check out our hot deals at http://beavercreeklodge.com/index.php/lodging/spring-fall-lodging.
This excellent ski resort is located near Cokeville, Wyoming which boasts great opportunities for skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling. Located only a few minutes from Cokeville and under one hour from Montpelier, Pine Creek is a favorite with local and visiting skiers.
Bear Lake State Park is located in the southeastern corner of Idaho near the Cache mountain range. Campsites for groups as large as 50 are available along with several serviced and standards sites. A popular destination for water lovers, Bear Lake welcomes about 15,000 campers annually.
St. Charles Canyon is 17 miles south of Montpelier, Idaho, on U.S. 89. At St. Charles, drive west into the canyon on Forest Road 412. Campgrounds include: St. Charles, Davis Canyon, Porcupine, Cloverleaf, Big Creek, and North Fork.
Burgers and Shakes
Swimmers will enjoy two-mile-long North Beach on the north end of the lake. The gradual slope of the lake bottom provides an enormous swimming area. Ramps are available for boaters and water skiers who want to enjoy the water, too.
Shakes and burgers. Open in the summer only.
We offer burgers in beef, bison, and elk as well as REAL raspberry shakes! Stop by the Trading Post for you beach toys and rentals
State Marina & Park Office: West side of BearLake, approximately one mile north of US 89/SR 30 junction on US 89, Garden City. No campsites available. 20 reservable, overnight boat slips. One reservable group day use pavilion. Boat rentals, boating and fishing supplies, and small café/grill available.
Explore the stories and adventures of emigrants who traveled the Oregon Trail. Travel back to 1849. Hear the story of Peg Leg Smith and his trading post. Visit with pioneers in their wagon train encampment at the Clover Creek grazing area. Hear their story. Learn about their dream. Some of the wagon ruts can still be seen. Allinger Community Theatre offers Theater Events and Concerts.
On-site rentals of boats, Sea-Doo's, SUP boards, kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, water trampolines, pull tubes, wakeboards, wakesurfers, etc. We sell camping supplies, firewood, ice, drinks, and more. We are the only commercial business on the east side of the lake. Come visit us at Cisco Beach State Park.
Located on the beach, RV Park full and partial hook-ups, 20-30-50 amp service. Cabins, condos and hotel, outdoor and indoor spas, swimming pool, small conference facilities, handicap accessible, laundry, on-site boat rental at the beach.
Single group site on 3 acres. Available by advance reservation only. Youth groups encouraged, but not required.A-frame picnic shelter, Amphitheater, Culinary water, Tent sites and fire rings, vault toilets. ADA compliant campground being installed summer of 2010. Approximately 30 miles from Bear Lake, in Emigration Canyon.
Outdoor enthusiasts can participate in a vast range of activities on the District. In the summer, activities include hiking, camping, rock climbing, mountain biking, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, OHV riding as well as long time traditions such as hunting and fishing. The onset of winter doesn't slow down the action. Once the ground is blanked with a thick layer of snow, visitors can snowmobile, cross country ski or snow shoe across the District's infamous powder.
Hamburgers & Shakes
Bear Lake Valley area: 8 Bedroom full log Cabin for small or large family or group reunions. Sleeps 27-40 with huge dining hall, game room, tetherball, commericial playground equipment, volleyball, beach access, RV’s & tents are allowed, etc. Call 520-404-5211.
9-Hole Mini-Golf Course, Swimming Pool, Snack Bar, Cycle Rentals (3-wheel banana bikes, 4-wheel roadsters, 2 & 4-people pedal surreys, mountain bikes, child trailers and seats).
150 Camping Units, 37 Cabins, Showers, Hook-ups, Dump Station, Pets Allowed, Laundry.
Built for Family Reunions, Weddings, Corporate Retreats, Parties, Business Meetings, and Conventions, The Sunrise Resort boasts two large kitchens, theater room for presentations, 19 rooms, free wifi, and summer access to tennis courts and a pool.
A 15.5 mile one-way trail, accessed via the Bear Lake summit or Meadowville. If you ride from the summit to Meadowville, this is an easy to moderate ride. Parking is available both at the Bear Lake summit and in the community of Meadowville.
BlueBird Inn offers Lake View rooms, king size beds, private restrooms, fireplace in each room. Amazing full service sit down breakfast. Honeymoon suite available. 5 bedrooms with private bath, Adults only, no pets. Weddings.
Get a $100-200 voucher for boat & equipment rentals with a 3 night stay! Available year-round.
42 condo units
The Bear Lake Ranch House is nestled in the foothills of southeastern Idaho at the base of Emigration Canyon. The house can accommodate up to 20. The house and barn can accommodate up to 30+. Multipurpose room in the barn can seat up to 75. 2 night minimum. Please visit our website for availability and rates.
Offering full and half day guided trail rides in the Bear Lake area. Lunches will be provided. We will run trips Memorial Day through Labor Day. We are licensed and insured. We are an equal opportunity employer and provider. Idaho Outfitter License #16001
Only 15 miles west of Garden City, Beaver Mountain Ski Resort offers downhill skiing, snowboarding and night skiing. Skiers of every age and ability delight to the thrills of "shushing" down the fabulous Utah powder. Little Beaver Lift, for beginners, is the first area to be machine packed.
At the top, you can visit the Minnetonka Cave. It is a nine room cave full of stalactites, stalagmites and banded travertine. Guided tours available during the summer.
Nordic United is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and provide non-motorized winter recreation opportunities in the Cache Valley area of northeastern Utah. Nordic United grooms nordic ski trails and promotes non-motorized recreation for all.
Beaver Bottoms is located 0.3 miles before/below Beaver Mountain Ski Resort. Parking is available but may be crowded on weekends with snowmobile trailers. Beaver Bottoms trail is across the road in the open field (see photo). The XX mile trail has one hill (see photo), but is otherwise flat or gently sloped.
On-site rentals of boats, Sea-Doo's, SUP boards, kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, water trampolines, wakeboards, wakesurfers, UTV street legal side-by-sides, bicycles, etc. We have a full service grill on the beach with drinks and shakes. We sell beach & camping supplies, ice, firewood. Enjoy free sand volleyball courts. Parking allowed on the beach in low water years.
Sunrise Campground is close to Bear Lake Summit, just 6 miles west of Garden City and Bear Lake, Utah, at an elevation of 7,800 feet. A mixed-growth conifer and aspen forest covers the site, providing partial shade and nice privacy between sites. Sunrise is made up of two loops of single-family sites. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. Roads and parking spurs are paved.
A 52 mile loop around Bear Lake from Garden City Junction US 89 and Hwy 30.Mostly level, with small rolling hills and can be very congested on summer and holiday weekends.
9 mile trail from Bloomington. At the top of the trail is Bloomington Lake, a glacier-fed mountain lake surrounded by limestone cliffs.
Private cabin for rent, sleeps 20, 3 bedrooms & 2 baths, full kitchen, gas fireplace, satellite TV & DVD/VCR
Deli & Groceries
Pugstone's Ripples & Waves Sporting. Bear Lake Area Maps. Buy hunting and fishing licenses, fishing supplies, boating supplies, camping essentials, apparel & beach toys. Cross country ski rentals and snow shoe rentals are also available!
24 mile Bike Trail loop.Note the numerous mine shafts along the east face of the Crawford Mountains.
The Bear River Heritage Area begins in the Bear Lake Valley and follows the Bear River to the Great Salt Lake. Visit their website to find a fascinating variety of natural, historical and cultural experiences found within the Bear River Basin of Northern Utah and Southeastern Idaho.
Offering economy lodging for the Bear Lake area. There are 20 rooms available. Ten of the rooms have kitchenettes. On-site restaurant. Located in the City Center and next to the beach makes it the perfect place to stay and at the lowest rates in town.
5 bedroom cabin sits on 5 acres; just 3 miles from Ideal Beach in Garden City. Backyard abuts the National Forest. Private hot tub. ATV/snowmobiles available for rent onsite! Sleeps 18-30. From $200/night. Online Reservations