Things to do Around Bear Lake
Whether you’re vacationing with family, friends or fellow outdoor enthusiasts, there are plenty of Bear Lake activities to keep you busy.
In the summer, cruise Bear Lake’s turquoise waters on a boat, kayak, canoe, jet ski or paddle board. If you’re more of a land lover, bike around the lake’s 50-mile shoreline, hike, ride horses, picnic or even golf.
Exercise your competitive spirit and take part in races like the Bear Lake Marathon Series (three marathons in three states in three days), The Gran Fondo Bear Lake, Bear Lake Classic, Bear Lake Endurance series or Bear Lake Brawl Triathlon. Don’t miss out on beloved local attractions like nearby Minnetonka Cave, the Bear Lake Wildlife Refuge and the annual summer Raspberry Days Festival in Garden City.
The fun Bear Lake activities don’t slow down in the winter, either: enjoy snowmobiling on countless trails or hit the slopes at nearby Beaver Mountain, Utah’s best-kept winter secret.
Make sure to visit our friends at Epic Recreation for great prices on rentals. They have boats, water crafts, kayaks, paddle boards, off road RZRs and more for summer – and snowmobiles, tubes, snowshoes for winter. Whatever you need to enjoy your time at Bear Lake, they have it! Check out their site https://www.epicrecreation.net or give them a call today at(435) 946-EPIC.
A stunning shoreline is the perfect backdrop for Bear Lake activities. Spend your day sunbathing, swimming or floating at Rendezvous Beach, Blue Water Beach and others. Once you are done playing at the lake, come back to the resort to relax at the pool, enjoy the indoor water park or eat at one of our mouth-watering restaurants.Learn More
Hit the slopes at Beaver Mountain, less than 20 minutes away from the Water’s Edge Resort. You can ski and ride 48 different runs, shred two terrain parks and see mountain vistas near Bear Lake that will take your breath away. After you are done skiing and snowboarding you can come relax in Bear Lake’s only indoor water park before dining at one of our amazing Bear Lake Restaurants.Learn More
Get your winter thrills by shredding more than 350 miles of nearby trails. Ride from Curtis Creek and Elk Valley all the way to St. Charles to see cascading waterfalls, frozen streams and local wildlife. Once you are finished riding, enjoy a meal at one of our restaurants or relax in the indoor water park. Water’s Edge Resort, your new favorite Bear Lake snowmobiling destination.Learn More