Welcome to Bear Lake State Park
ROAD CONSTRUCTION NOTICE:
Road reconstruction on Cisco Road between the junction with SR 30 in Laketown and the Utah/Idaho border is into full swing, approximately 12.5 miles. The road is closed, except for local traffic. If you are going to one of the park’s eastside areas, you will be considered local traffic. Access to park areas will remain open, but travel will be delayed.
Paving began on 9/17/2018 and it is expected that the road will be completely paved by late October, weather permitting. The road paving is nearing the Cisco Beach area, with the exception of the hill to the south of the boy scout camp.
BICYCLISTS ARE ADVISED TO NOT RIDE IN THE 9 MILES OF PRIMARY CONSTRUCTION FROM VISTA GRANDE TO THE UTAH/IDAHO BORDER. Please find alternate riding areas.
Brilliantly blue waters combined with sandy beaches are what call park visitors to play, fish, boat, and camp here at Bear Lake State Park. Minerals (calcium carbonate) suspended in the lake’s waters are what help create its spectacular aqua-blue color.
The Park’s concession operator, Bear Lake Fun Time, offers a variety of goods and services. So, whether it’s boat rentals, comfortable cabins, fast-food services, or on-the-water fuel at the marina, we can help complete your vacation here at Bear Lake.
Three distinct areas of the Park provide a number of amenities for both day and overnight use:
The State Marina –on the west side of Bear Lake – On the north end of Garden City, approximately 1 mile north of the US 89 and SR 30 junction.
Rendezvous Beach – On the southwest curve of Bear Lake – Approximately 2 miles northwest from Laketown on SR 30 from the Cisco Road and SR 30 junction.
The Park’s Eastside Areas – On the east side of Bear Lake – Includes the areas known as First Point, South Eden, Cisco Beach, Rainbow Cove, and North Eden. Distances vary from four miles to 13 miles north on Cisco Road from Laketown and the Cisco Road and SR 30 Junction.
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