Bear Creek Canyon Cottage Guide Book

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Bear Creek Canyon Cottage Guide Book

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Bear Lake is commonly known as "The Caribbean of the Rockies" Bear Lake is a natural freshwater lake on the Idaho–Utah border in the Western United States. About 109 square miles in size, it is split about equally between the two states; its Utah portion comprises the second-largest natural freshwater lake in Utah, after Utah Lake. Surface elevation: 5,924′ Area: 109 mi² Length: 18.33 mi Don't forget to take the family for a ride around the lake!
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Bear Lake is commonly known as "The Caribbean of the Rockies" Bear Lake is a natural freshwater lake on the Idaho–Utah border in the Western United States. About 109 square miles in size, it is split about equally between the two states; its Utah portion comprises the second-largest natural freshwater lake in Utah, after Utah Lake. Surface elevation: 5,924′ Area: 109 mi² Length: 18.33 mi Don't forget to take the family for a ride around the lake!
Cool off underground on a 90-minute guided tour through the nine rooms of Minnetonka, Idaho’s largest limestone rock cave. As you explore the caverns, you’ll pass stalactites and stalagmites as you climb up and down the many stairs. When you visit, be sure to bring jackets for everyone, as temperatures in the cave are a chilly 40 degrees year-round innetonka Cave is one of the larger limestone caves in the state of Idaho. It is located in Cache National Forest in Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States, above the village of St. Charles. W Address: Minnetonka Cave Rd, St Charles, ID 83272 Phone: (435) 491-0618 Geology: Karst, Cave Discovery: 1907 Entrance: 1
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Minnetonka Cave Road
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Cool off underground on a 90-minute guided tour through the nine rooms of Minnetonka, Idaho’s largest limestone rock cave. As you explore the caverns, you’ll pass stalactites and stalagmites as you climb up and down the many stairs. When you visit, be sure to bring jackets for everyone, as temperatures in the cave are a chilly 40 degrees year-round innetonka Cave is one of the larger limestone caves in the state of Idaho. It is located in Cache National Forest in Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States, above the village of St. Charles. W Address: Minnetonka Cave Rd, St Charles, ID 83272 Phone: (435) 491-0618 Geology: Karst, Cave Discovery: 1907 Entrance: 1
Ice is in this cave year round as water runs down into the cave from the surrounding hills from a small brook. 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. Although the Paris Ice Cave is not developed, a visit is not very dangerous. An easy to follow track through the cave goes through the cave. Wear warm clothes and bring sturdy shoes and lamps. Located just 20 miles from Garden City, Utah is Paris, Idaho and the beautiful Paris Canyon. This canyon offers primitive camping opportunities, hiking, ATV trails, and a unique geological location called the Paris Ice Cave. The cave gets its name “Ice Cave” because the ice never melts, even in the hottest of summers. Water and runoff descends from the surrounding hills into the cave, creating the ice formations. The recommended time to visit is late summer and early fall when the water dries out, making exploration of the cave easier. Visiting the Ice Cave in late spring is going to require a little more effort and preparation, as heavy snow and drifts will limit canyon access. We visited the Ice Cave in late May. With the snowfall below average during the winter of 2013/2014, and the unseasonably warm temperatures in early April, we were optimistic about reaching and enjoying the Paris Ice Cave. But just in case, we knew we’d be content with a nice relaxing drive through the beautiful canyon. The Ice Cave is located 9.6 miles from the mouth of the canyon. The canyon road is a well-graded dirt road which is fairly passable for most vehicles during dry conditions. As we continued our journey up the canyon, we came to the only junction in the road that you must take to reach the cave. From this junction, a Forest Service sign marked the cave parking lot at 5 miles. If you want to experience the cave, and you’re willing to put forth the effort to reach the cave, visiting in late spring (May/June) will provide you with an awesome experience. But of course visiting at this time of year requires different gear, so make sure you’re prepared. For an easier, more enjoyable visit, just wait until later in the summer and drive your ATV or vehicle right outside the cave entrance. Either way you choose to visit the Paris Ice Cave, it will be an experience that the whole family will enjoy and remember for many years to come. As a side note, the Paris Ice Cave is beautiful in its own way. If you are searching for a cave that offers stalagmites, stalactites, and other beautiful formations for which underground caves are known, you may want to visit the Minnetonka Cave, which is located just 7 miles south of Paris, Idaho. PHONE: 208-847-0375
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Paris Ice Cave
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Ice is in this cave year round as water runs down into the cave from the surrounding hills from a small brook. 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. Although the Paris Ice Cave is not developed, a visit is not very dangerous. An easy to follow track through the cave goes through the cave. Wear warm clothes and bring sturdy shoes and lamps. Located just 20 miles from Garden City, Utah is Paris, Idaho and the beautiful Paris Canyon. This canyon offers primitive camping opportunities, hiking, ATV trails, and a unique geological location called the Paris Ice Cave. The cave gets its name “Ice Cave” because the ice never melts, even in the hottest of summers. Water and runoff descends from the surrounding hills into the cave, creating the ice formations. The recommended time to visit is late summer and early fall when the water dries out, making exploration of the cave easier. Visiting the Ice Cave in late spring is going to require a little more effort and preparation, as heavy snow and drifts will limit canyon access. We visited the Ice Cave in late May. With the snowfall below average during the winter of 2013/2014, and the unseasonably warm temperatures in early April, we were optimistic about reaching and enjoying the Paris Ice Cave. But just in case, we knew we’d be content with a nice relaxing drive through the beautiful canyon. The Ice Cave is located 9.6 miles from the mouth of the canyon. The canyon road is a well-graded dirt road which is fairly passable for most vehicles during dry conditions. As we continued our journey up the canyon, we came to the only junction in the road that you must take to reach the cave. From this junction, a Forest Service sign marked the cave parking lot at 5 miles. If you want to experience the cave, and you’re willing to put forth the effort to reach the cave, visiting in late spring (May/June) will provide you with an awesome experience. But of course visiting at this time of year requires different gear, so make sure you’re prepared. For an easier, more enjoyable visit, just wait until later in the summer and drive your ATV or vehicle right outside the cave entrance. Either way you choose to visit the Paris Ice Cave, it will be an experience that the whole family will enjoy and remember for many years to come. As a side note, the Paris Ice Cave is beautiful in its own way. If you are searching for a cave that offers stalagmites, stalactites, and other beautiful formations for which underground caves are known, you may want to visit the Minnetonka Cave, which is located just 7 miles south of Paris, Idaho. PHONE: 208-847-0375
Rope swinging off a cliff into its chilling depths is worth the trek. The easy, half-mile hike in Idaho takes you through a forest, and is easy enough for tiny tykes. At the top, the stunning alpine lake awaits, surrounded by towering cliffs, pine trees, and a dusting of snow. Take a swing on the rope and jump into the icy waters to cool off during a hot summer’s day. This lake is gorgeous! But it can still have snow in the area, even into July. The road leading up to the trail is much improved since I was a teen, but I still suggest that you drive a truck or SUV, rather than a lower-riding car. There are no amenities (except porta potties) at the trailhead. It’s a quick, moderate hike in; pack anything you’ll need. We recommend taking a lunch, plenty of drinking water, and water shoes. You’ll want to wade, though the water is super cold and the bottom is a bit rocky. The Trail is a 1.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from June until October. You can take your Dogs but they must be kept on leash. Location: At the top of Bloomington Canyon Length: 1.6 mi Elevation gain: 187 ft Route type: out and back SEASONAL ROAD CLOSURE: The road leading to this trailhead closes annually due to winter conditions. Please see the Caribou-Targhee National Forest website for more information: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/ctnf/recarea/?recid=53785 Even without snow, note that the road leading to the trailhead is rough and rocky. Any AWD/4WD vehicle should be able to make it, but sedans might have a hard time. Short hike in and out. Be sure not to be fooled by the first unimpressive body of water. Bloomington Lake is farther along and worth the walk. There are fish in the lake although they are small. Often there is a rope swing which will drop you into the freezing water.
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Bloomington Lake
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Rope swinging off a cliff into its chilling depths is worth the trek. The easy, half-mile hike in Idaho takes you through a forest, and is easy enough for tiny tykes. At the top, the stunning alpine lake awaits, surrounded by towering cliffs, pine trees, and a dusting of snow. Take a swing on the rope and jump into the icy waters to cool off during a hot summer’s day. This lake is gorgeous! But it can still have snow in the area, even into July. The road leading up to the trail is much improved since I was a teen, but I still suggest that you drive a truck or SUV, rather than a lower-riding car. There are no amenities (except porta potties) at the trailhead. It’s a quick, moderate hike in; pack anything you’ll need. We recommend taking a lunch, plenty of drinking water, and water shoes. You’ll want to wade, though the water is super cold and the bottom is a bit rocky. The Trail is a 1.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from June until October. You can take your Dogs but they must be kept on leash. Location: At the top of Bloomington Canyon Length: 1.6 mi Elevation gain: 187 ft Route type: out and back SEASONAL ROAD CLOSURE: The road leading to this trailhead closes annually due to winter conditions. Please see the Caribou-Targhee National Forest website for more information: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/ctnf/recarea/?recid=53785 Even without snow, note that the road leading to the trailhead is rough and rocky. Any AWD/4WD vehicle should be able to make it, but sedans might have a hard time. Short hike in and out. Be sure not to be fooled by the first unimpressive body of water. Bloomington Lake is farther along and worth the walk. There are fish in the lake although they are small. Often there is a rope swing which will drop you into the freezing water.
When you’re ready to move beyond the beach, drive north to the lake’s Idaho side to the Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge, a prime birdwatching spot. Start your tour by following the auto loop to see geese, Trumpeter Swans, Great Blue Herons, and Ibis flying by. Then, take to the walking trails with the kids, crossing over the river on bridges and stopping in covered resting spots where you can watch the animals—without them watching you
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Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge
322 N 4th St
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When you’re ready to move beyond the beach, drive north to the lake’s Idaho side to the Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge, a prime birdwatching spot. Start your tour by following the auto loop to see geese, Trumpeter Swans, Great Blue Herons, and Ibis flying by. Then, take to the walking trails with the kids, crossing over the river on bridges and stopping in covered resting spots where you can watch the animals—without them watching you
NORTH BEACH: In the summer they often close entrance to the park by 10:30 am because due to maximum capacity, get there early! Bring shade canopies with tie downs, water toys, lots of food and water for the day. We recommend you plan to stay the day. It gets windy almost daily for a short period of time but the early part of the day and after the wind in the afternoons are my favorite. Perfect for lazing the day away ... on the Utah side, head to Garden City Park and follow and wooden trail through the grass to a free beach. Spend the whole day splashing in the turquoise waters thanks to amenities like outhouses, a shower, drinking fountain, and picnic table. EAST BEACH: www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com says it's worth the drive about 15 minutes, on the Idaho side is seriously where it’s at for a beach day. The sand is better, there are awesome pavilions for gatherings, grass, and shade up at the top. It’s the BEST! We occasionally go to North Beach for nostalgia, but East Beach is where it’s at–especially if you want to camp. But we do all of our day trips here too. No close-by rentals for boats and stuff, but it’s not too far to get them there if you want them.” Shhh. Now don’t tell anyone When you’re ready to leave the beach, take a break and play at the local park. After a day spent outside, cruise by LeBeau’s for creamy shakes made with local raspberries.
North Beach Road
NORTH BEACH: In the summer they often close entrance to the park by 10:30 am because due to maximum capacity, get there early! Bring shade canopies with tie downs, water toys, lots of food and water for the day. We recommend you plan to stay the day. It gets windy almost daily for a short period of time but the early part of the day and after the wind in the afternoons are my favorite. Perfect for lazing the day away ... on the Utah side, head to Garden City Park and follow and wooden trail through the grass to a free beach. Spend the whole day splashing in the turquoise waters thanks to amenities like outhouses, a shower, drinking fountain, and picnic table. EAST BEACH: www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com says it's worth the drive about 15 minutes, on the Idaho side is seriously where it’s at for a beach day. The sand is better, there are awesome pavilions for gatherings, grass, and shade up at the top. It’s the BEST! We occasionally go to North Beach for nostalgia, but East Beach is where it’s at–especially if you want to camp. But we do all of our day trips here too. No close-by rentals for boats and stuff, but it’s not too far to get them there if you want them.” Shhh. Now don’t tell anyone When you’re ready to leave the beach, take a break and play at the local park. After a day spent outside, cruise by LeBeau’s for creamy shakes made with local raspberries.
If you want a simple experience at the lake, Garden City Park is it. You don’t need to rent any equipment. Simply park your vehicle, walk along the boardwalk, find a spot along the bank, and wade in the water. There are restrooms, a drinking fountain, and an outdoor shower spigot. This beach is not necessarily sandy. Kids can still dig into it, but it’s more packed and a bit rocky. Bear Lake has better beaches if you want the sand experience.
Garden City Park
If you want a simple experience at the lake, Garden City Park is it. You don’t need to rent any equipment. Simply park your vehicle, walk along the boardwalk, find a spot along the bank, and wade in the water. There are restrooms, a drinking fountain, and an outdoor shower spigot. This beach is not necessarily sandy. Kids can still dig into it, but it’s more packed and a bit rocky. Bear Lake has better beaches if you want the sand experience.
Right along Hwy 89 as you’re coming into the Garden City valley, you’ll pass the trailhead for this easy, shaded trail. It’s a short 1.2-mile loop that’s perfect for the whole family. It’s an interpretive trail with sign markers along the way that you can read. And though we were near the end of June, it was fun to hike in a little bit of snow. The focus of this trail is a beautiful, old pine that certainly looks very limber and makes for a great photo op.
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Limber Pine Nature Trail
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Right along Hwy 89 as you’re coming into the Garden City valley, you’ll pass the trailhead for this easy, shaded trail. It’s a short 1.2-mile loop that’s perfect for the whole family. It’s an interpretive trail with sign markers along the way that you can read. And though we were near the end of June, it was fun to hike in a little bit of snow. The focus of this trail is a beautiful, old pine that certainly looks very limber and makes for a great photo op.
Get the most out of your visit and stop by Paris while you’re in the area. Of course, we mean Paris, Idaho, but you don’t have to specify on social media posts, right? It’s very close to Bear Lake and worth your visit. The Paris Tabernacle is a unique historical site that is open for free tours. Learn about early settlers to the area and admire the fine architecture and craftsmanship of the tabernacle. www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com The Bear Lake Stake Tabernacle, situated on main street in Paris, Idaho, is a Romanesque red sandstone meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints designed by Joseph Don Carlos Young, the son of Brigham Young. Address: 109 S Main St, Paris, ID 83261 Architect: Don Carlos Young Architectural style: Romanesque architecture Built: 1884-1889 Phone: 800-537-9703
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Paris Tabernacle
109 S Main St
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Get the most out of your visit and stop by Paris while you’re in the area. Of course, we mean Paris, Idaho, but you don’t have to specify on social media posts, right? It’s very close to Bear Lake and worth your visit. The Paris Tabernacle is a unique historical site that is open for free tours. Learn about early settlers to the area and admire the fine architecture and craftsmanship of the tabernacle. www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com The Bear Lake Stake Tabernacle, situated on main street in Paris, Idaho, is a Romanesque red sandstone meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints designed by Joseph Don Carlos Young, the son of Brigham Young. Address: 109 S Main St, Paris, ID 83261 Architect: Don Carlos Young Architectural style: Romanesque architecture Built: 1884-1889 Phone: 800-537-9703

Activities for family

If your kids have a need for speed, don’t miss go karting around Renegade Raceway in Garden City. Little kids can drive—provided they stuff one of the available pillows behind them to reach the pedals—as the whole family races around the uncrowded, outdoor track.
Bear Lake Renegade Raceway Go-Karts
270 U.S. 89
If your kids have a need for speed, don’t miss go karting around Renegade Raceway in Garden City. Little kids can drive—provided they stuff one of the available pillows behind them to reach the pedals—as the whole family races around the uncrowded, outdoor track.
The new Bridgerland Adventure Park as you drive down into the Garden City valley on the west side of Hwy 89. When we visited on June 22, 2019, the park was in partial operation, with plans to be completed in the following couple of weeks. They offer affordable options for unlimited turf tubing, a giant swing, ropes, unlimited rock climbing, and food. A HUGE zipline will be added next year. The children’s playground and disk golf are FREE. www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com
Bridgerland Adventure Park
The new Bridgerland Adventure Park as you drive down into the Garden City valley on the west side of Hwy 89. When we visited on June 22, 2019, the park was in partial operation, with plans to be completed in the following couple of weeks. They offer affordable options for unlimited turf tubing, a giant swing, ropes, unlimited rock climbing, and food. A HUGE zipline will be added next year. The children’s playground and disk golf are FREE. www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com
Garden City Pond and Heritage Park Enjoy a pleasant walk around this park and pond. It’s stocked with fish, so bring gear if you’d like to catch some. Ages 12 and up need a Utah fishing license. There are signs for this park downtown, so it’s easy to find. Look for the big US flag flying in the breeze. www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com
Garden City Pond
579 Buttercup Blvd
Garden City Pond and Heritage Park Enjoy a pleasant walk around this park and pond. It’s stocked with fish, so bring gear if you’d like to catch some. Ages 12 and up need a Utah fishing license. There are signs for this park downtown, so it’s easy to find. Look for the big US flag flying in the breeze. www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com
The NATIONAL OREGON/CALIFORNIA TRAIL CENTER, located in MONTPELIER, IDAHO, offers visitors a unique and entertaining interpretive indoor adventure; simulating an actual wagon train experience of the 1850s. Re-enacted entirely within our comfortable center, this interpretive experience features historically accurate interpretive areas and live actors. Patrons will go back in time to visit a gun shop, mercantile, ride in a covered wagon and spend time around the evening encircled wagon train at the Clover Creek Encampment.
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The National Oregon/California Trail Center
320 N 4th St
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The NATIONAL OREGON/CALIFORNIA TRAIL CENTER, located in MONTPELIER, IDAHO, offers visitors a unique and entertaining interpretive indoor adventure; simulating an actual wagon train experience of the 1850s. Re-enacted entirely within our comfortable center, this interpretive experience features historically accurate interpretive areas and live actors. Patrons will go back in time to visit a gun shop, mercantile, ride in a covered wagon and spend time around the evening encircled wagon train at the Clover Creek Encampment.
OVER 40 YEARS OF FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Since our first production in 1977, Pickleville has been known for its unforgettable brand of family fun and entertainment. The tradition continues this holiday season with the “12 Days of Pickleville Christmas”. Registration begins Nov. 25th for a December-full of of digital Christmas gifts that are guaranteed to help you and yours create a holiday season to remember! www.picklevilleplayhouse.com
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Pickleville Playhouse Theatre
2049 S Bear Lake Blvd
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OVER 40 YEARS OF FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Since our first production in 1977, Pickleville has been known for its unforgettable brand of family fun and entertainment. The tradition continues this holiday season with the “12 Days of Pickleville Christmas”. Registration begins Nov. 25th for a December-full of of digital Christmas gifts that are guaranteed to help you and yours create a holiday season to remember! www.picklevilleplayhouse.com
Bear Lake State Park is a public recreation area bordering the north and eastern shores of Bear Lake in the southeast corner of Bear Lake County, Idaho, near the Utah and Wyoming state lines. The state park sits across the lake from St. Charles and is fifteen miles south of Montpelier. Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge lies adjacent to the park's north unit. Address: 3890 N Beach Rd, St Charles, ID 83272 Hours: 7am - 10pm Phone: (208) 945-2325 Management: Idaho State Parks and Recreation Area: 1.509 mi² Established: 1969
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North Beach State Park
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Bear Lake State Park is a public recreation area bordering the north and eastern shores of Bear Lake in the southeast corner of Bear Lake County, Idaho, near the Utah and Wyoming state lines. The state park sits across the lake from St. Charles and is fifteen miles south of Montpelier. Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge lies adjacent to the park's north unit. Address: 3890 N Beach Rd, St Charles, ID 83272 Hours: 7am - 10pm Phone: (208) 945-2325 Management: Idaho State Parks and Recreation Area: 1.509 mi² Established: 1969

Food scene

Bear Lake is known for their fabulous raspberries. Buy some from local fruit stands, or enjoy them in a shake at several locations. And, great burgers! We recommend La Beau’s. There are two locations, right across the street from one another. The food is the same at both locations. Be sure to snap a pic in front of La Beau’s. It’s a local icon! In the summer, the lines to La Beau’s, though, can be ginormous! www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com
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LaBeau's
69 N Bear Lake Blvd
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Bear Lake is known for their fabulous raspberries. Buy some from local fruit stands, or enjoy them in a shake at several locations. And, great burgers! We recommend La Beau’s. There are two locations, right across the street from one another. The food is the same at both locations. Be sure to snap a pic in front of La Beau’s. It’s a local icon! In the summer, the lines to La Beau’s, though, can be ginormous! www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com

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Look for the Fireflies

Parts of Bear Lake REALLY have them. Fireflies love bushes and moist areas. So we went to the Garden City Park to see them along the boardwalk. You want to go when it’s fully dark, about 9:45 pm. They are beautiful and magical to see.
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Don't miss the sunrises and sunsets at Bear Lake

Get up super early to see these sunrises. And, one of the best times to be at the lake is in the early afternoon or evenings for the sunset. They’re absolutely spectacular. Talk about a spectacular FREE event! www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com
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Sunrise Yoga

An energizing medley of yoga flows and stretches meant to awaken the body and mind while overlooking beautiful Bear Lake and breathing in fresh mountain air. We will focus on breath awareness while building simple body postures that will release stress held in our bodies while calming our minds. The perfect way to start or end your vacation in Bear Lake! Beginners and advanced yogis are welcome. https://conestogaranch.com/yoga/
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The Chocolate Bear

They are delicious! Want some chocolate-covered raspberries? Sometimes they’re even frozen! Homemade chocolate dipped raspberries and treats, fudge, jam, syrup, honey, brittle, popcorn, and more. http://www.bearlakechocolatebear.com/ (435) 946-3295
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Bear Lake Bike Barn - Surreys, beach cruisers, banana & mt

Bikes and surreys are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. You can’t reserve online or by phone. Go to their establishment first thing in the morning on the date you want to ride. www.utahfamilyfunstuff.com does caution that their customer service can be slow. This is on their front page: Our purpose at the Bear Lake Bike Barn is to promote fun family togetherness at Bear Lake. It is our goal to help you find an activity for your vacation at Bear Lake. If you are not sure about biking we have bikes for nearly every size and ability so you can go out and try for yourself.
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Horse back riding

One of our favorite things to do where ever we go... visit this website for more information: https://bearlake.org/cat/horse-back-riding/