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Things To Do in the Spring

The Bear Lake Valley provides opportunities for recreation and relaxation. Whether you want to go for an hour or make a day of it – here are some great options for the whole family.

Hiking

There are several picturesque trails to explore in the Bear Lake Valley. From the easy Limber Pine Trail to the challenging Steam Mill Hollow Trail. Click here for the details of the five best hikes close to Bear Lake Timeshare. If you'd like more information, stop at the Bear Lake Overlook Visitor Center as you head up Logan Canyon. The center offers a great view of the lake, restrooms and helpful staff who can share maps and tips. 

Four Wheeling / ATV Or Dirt Bikes

The Bear Lake Valley has hundreds of miles of four wheeling, ATV and dirt bike trails winding through our beautiful mountains in Utah and Idaho. Click here to access the Utah State Parks' interactive trail maps and safety tips. 

Biking or Walking on Bear Lake Legacy Pathway

Just outside the gates of Bear Lake Timeshare, you'll find the Bear Lake Legacy Pathway.  This proposed 50-mile pathway will eventually stretch around the lake. Currently, there are three short segments of the pathway that have been constructed. They include eight miles in Garden City, four miles in Rich County, and three-quarters of a mile in Bear Lake County. This path is great for a family walk or bike ride.

Garden City Pool

Garden City has an indoor pool that is open year round. Springtime hours are Monday: 5-9pm, Thursday: 5-9pm, Friday: 1-9 pm and Saturday: 1-9pm The cost is $5.00 per person at the door.

Local Restaurants

Bear Lake offers all types of dining experiences including fine dining, restaurants, fast food, drive ins and convenience store delis. For a list of great local places to visit for a night out click here.