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Bear Lake State Park
Bear Lake is the Caribbean of the Rockies with stunning turquoise water and white sandy beaches. This is Utah’s second largest freshwater lake, nearly 20 miles long and 8 miles wide. This popular resort destination offers boating, jet skiing, scuba diving, fishing, swimming, and sailing in the summer. Personal watercraft, sailboats, and ski boats can be rented in town and on the beaches. Winter recreation includes snowmobiling and skiing in nearby Logan Canyon and ice fishing on the lake. The area is famous for its succulent raspberries. Enjoy a raspberry shake or other raspberry products. Bear Lake has more than 200 overnight accommodations and 880 campsites around the lake.
37 miles east of Logan, along Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway, U.S. Hwy. 89, on the Utah/Idaho border
(800) 448-BEAR

Hyrum Lake State Park
This beautiful 450-acre manmade lake offers boating, year-round fishing, waterskiing, camping, and swimming. Facilities include a 32-unit campground with one ADA site, modern restrooms, showers, a concrete boat ramp, and a sandy beach. A group camping area is available by reservation for reunions and parties. The park is located only 15 minutes from downtown Logan. Blacksmith Fork Canyon and Hardware Ranch Elk Refuge are only 16 miles to the east.
405 West 300 South, Hyrum
(435) 245-6866

Tony Grove Lake—Wasatch-Cache National Forest
Known as the crown jewel of the Bear River Range, this glacial lake greets visitors with an explosion of summer wildflowers and lush green plants. Tony Grove was formed by powerful and slow-moving glaciers, as evidenced by the huge boulders deposited around the lake. Long-legged moose are often spotted taking advantage of the water’s cool summer temperatures. There is a $3 parking fee for day use at the lake. Stay overnight in one of 34 campsites at the campground. A fully accessible boardwalk and picnic areas are located near the water.
The turn-off to the lake is 19.6 miles up Logan Canyon off U.S. Hwy. 89. A 7-mile road climbs to 8,050 feet.
(435) 755-3620

Box Elder

Willard Bay State Park

900 West 650 North #A

Willard, UT


The park, which lies on the east side of Arthur Watkins Reservoir, Willard Bay State Park offers a variety of recreational activities.  The spot is ideal for waterskiing, wind surfing and swimming. 

Bear Lake

 Bear Lake is beauty to behold.  The intensely turquoise water, due to the reflection of light on the suspended limestone, is captivating.  Each season lends a new personality to the lake and its activities.  Sailing, swimming and just enjoying the sun at the lake's edge are summer activites.  The fall is a good time for fishing and learning the history of this area.  The hardy souls of winter will love the ice fishing. 

No matter your activity the area around Bear Lake is an oasis from the congestion of the city.  This uncrowded place gives you time to enjoy all activities in a safe environment.

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