Explore the stories and adventures of emigrants who traveled the Oregon Trail. Travel back to 1849. Hear the story of Peg Leg Smith and his trading post. Visit with pioneers in their wagon train encampment at the Clover Creek grazing area. Hear their story. Learn about their dream. Some of the wagon ruts can still be seen. Allinger Community Theatre offers Theater Events and Concerts.
A 15.5 mile one-way trail, accessed via the Bear Lake summit or Meadowville. If you ride from the summit to Meadowville, this is an easy to moderate ride. Parking is available both at the Bear Lake summit and in the community of Meadowville.
The Bear River Heritage Area begins in the Bear Lake Valley and follows the Bear River to the Great Salt Lake. Visit their website to find a fascinating variety of natural, historical and cultural experiences found within the Bear River Basin of Northern Utah and Southeastern Idaho.
A 4.5 mile loop trail, accessed off of US 89, from Lakota, just north of Garden City.Although this is mostly a flat ride, there are a few steep spots. The ride comes back onto US 89 through Bear Lake West and heads south back to Lakota.
42 condo units
5 bedroom cabin sits on 5 acres; just 3 miles from Ideal Beach in Garden City. Backyard abuts the National Forest. Private hot tub. ATV/snowmobiles available for rent onsite! Sleeps 18-30. From $200/night. Online Reservations
Cabins for rent, meeting room.
Dig and Keep Real Fossils with American Fossil
Kemmerer, Wyoming 83101
Dig and keep real fossils! American Fossil gives you the opportunity of a lifetime. Join us at the only quarry in the world where you can keep every fossil you find. Located less than an hour from beautiful Bear Lake, this is the perfect getaway for families, individuals, or even corporate groups.
Get a $100-200 voucher for boat & equipment rentals with a 3 night stay! Available year-round.
This scenic byway follows Bear Lake north on U.S. 89 to Montpelier, then north on U.S. 30, where you leave the Cache National Forest and enter the Caribou National Forest. It goes through Soda Springs, Lava Hot Springs and ends in McCammon.
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Bloomington Lake is a high elevation (8,200 feet) 10-acre glaciated lake with a good population of trout. Access is by Bloomington Canyon by high clearance vehicles only. The last one-quarter mile is limited to foot travel only. Enjoy beautiful scenery of wildflowers, huge cliffs and 2 lakes.
This place of worship is recognized as one of the true pioneer landmarks of the West and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1889, this Romanesque Mormon tabernacle was constructed of red sandstone that had to be transported by wagon or sled from a quarry 18 miles away. A free, self-guided tour reveals intricate wood ceilings and stone carvings. A small museum houses heirlooms and objects of art left by the homesteaders. Guided tours are also available.
Located at Jolara Lanes