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Bear lake is a great place to go with families even with the high water. The beach is fine sand perfect for little feet. There are restrooms on site (not flushing). Bring a lunch or grab delicious snacks from the bear cave. I suggest bringing...More
I'm from a state known for its lakes but i have to admit, I'd never before seen the intensity of blue water that fills Bear Lake. The surrounding mountains and hills add to its intensity and the viewer's sense of wonder. Beautiful isn't an apt...More
We stopped by to visit the lake to see if the kids would like and boy did they! Us adults liked it, too. We paid the measly sum of $5 and the kids swam and played and hunted seashells. The weather was warm and the...More
We visited here on our travels from Grand Teton to Salt Lake City, so once again we were limited to the amount of time we could spend here. If we had realised how scenically beautiful it is , we would have allowed more time. We...More
The turquoise water is just as described, and the lake is very large and beautiful to see. Maybe we didn't find the best spot, but we were less than pleased with the beach. Usually beaches have sand. We were on the northern end not too...More
Bear Lake....... is a calm crystal clear lake on a Large scale. Great for fishing, water sports and lazing on the beach, (down side to the site is dry toilets, not good) The Lake is surrounded by beautiful mountains and has ramps into the water...More
We traveled to Bear Lake today and it was awesome. The lake appears has gone down a bit because you could see where the lake once was found at. The lake had the same Caribbean turquoise blue water that is found all over the Caribbean....More