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LOOK BEFORE YOU BOOK.. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO..: Visit http://stateparks.utah.gov/conditions to check for FIRE RESTRICTIONS or other important park information. Refunds are not given for changing park conditions such as changing water levels or fire bans.
*** Site Availablity Information ***: You can make individual site reservations through September 11th 2013 and Group areas through April 30th 2014 For information on when sites become available for booking please go to http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/reservations and click on the reservations calendar link, or call customer service at 801-322-3770 (toll free 800-322-3770) between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.* The call center is closed all State and Federal holidays.
Bear Lake State Park, UT
Status: Open year round. Season Dates
Max reservation window: Wed Sep 11 2013
182 site(s) found
DescriptionThe Caribbean-blue waters of Bear Lake are nestled high in the Rocky Mountains at the Utah-Idaho border. Three state-owned facilities provide boating access, and camping and day-use opportunities.
Bear Lake was formed 28,000 years ago by earthquake activity. At an elevation of 5,923 feet, Bear Lake is 20 miles long and eight miles wide, 208 feet deep, and covers 112 square miles.
Waterskiing, swimming, scuba diving, and sailing are favorite activities. Anglers enjoy fishing for cutthroat, mackinaw and whitefish. Winter draws snowmobilers, ice anglers, and eagle watchers.
Rendezvous Beach is located on the south shore near Laketown on State Route 30. Rendezvous Beach includes the Willow (3) and Big Creek (1) group-use areas, and the Cottonwood (37), Birch(60) and Big Creek (46) campgrounds. All campgrounds provide modern restrooms and hot showers, and Birch and Big Creek campsites offer utility hookups. A wide, sandy beach is popular with groups. A local concessionaire provides boat rentals.
Bear Lake Sails / Unleashed Performance at Bear Lake State Park Rendezvous Beach offers boat rentals for a day on the lake and cozy cabin rentals for a good night rest. They also offer fuel, accessories and snacks. 1-866-867-5412 or (435) 946-2900 www.bearlakeboats.com
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Alerts and Important Information** OHV RIDING IS NOT ALLOWED ANYWHERE IN THIS PARK. ** Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times and must not be left unattended. Dogs are allowed in the campgrounds, but not on the beach areas. ** Quiet hours from 10:00 P.M. through 7:00 A.M. ** Discharge of firearms or use of fireworks not allowed in the park. ** ADDITIONAL VEHICLES MUST FIT IN SITE AND ARE COLLECTED FOR UPON ARRIVAL. Only one extra vehicle per site is allowed, if space is available. ** For information on current park conditions visit www.stateparks.utah.gov>
Getting There:Marina: Through Logan, Utah: Take Interstate 15 north to US Highway 89-91 north to Logan. Stay on US Highway 89 to Garden City. Turn left on Highway 89 at 1 mile north of US Highway 89 and Utah State Road 30 Junction.
Through Evanston, Wyoming: Take Wyoming State Road 89/Utah State Road 16 north to Sage Creek Junction. Turn left on State Road 30 and follow until US Highway 89 and Utah State Road 30 Junction. Follow US Highway 89 1 mile past US Highway 89 and Utah State Road 30 Junction.
Rendezvous Beach: From Salt Lake City: Take Interstate 15 north to US Highway 89/91. Follow US Highway 89/91 north to Logan. Stay on US Highway 89 to Garden City. Turn right on Utah State Road 30 heading south and proceed 10 miles.
From Evanston: Take Wyoming State Road 89/Utah State Road 16 north to Sage Creek Junction with Utah State Road 30. Turn left on Utah State Road 30 heading west and proceed 12 miles.
Bear Lake Eastside Located on Cisco Road from bewtween four miles (First Point) to twelve miles north of Utah State Road 30 and Cisco Road Junction in Laketown.
Mailing Address:Bear Lake State Park
GARDEN CITY UT 84028-0184
Phone Number:Information: (435)946-3343
The events listed here are not intended to be an all inclusive list. Please contact the park for further details.