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Located on the Utah-Idaho border, Bear Lake is close to Logan, UT and a two-hour drive away from Salt Lake City. Bear Lake attracts tourists from all surrounding states who come here to spend their vacation. That shouldn’t be surprising because Bear Lake is often referred to as the Carribean of the Rockies due to the gorgeous turquoise blue water, which is why so many people go camping with an RV near the shore.

The side of Bear Lake, which belongs to Utah, is 20 miles long and 7 miles wide. An earthquake that hit the area 28,000 years ago created the lake. The color of the water is extremely fascinating, but there is a scientific explanation behind it. Bear Lake is filled with calcium carbonate or limestone, which give the water its recognizable hue. When you plan to visit Bear Lake, to do some recreational fishing, and enjoy various activities, book an RV in Rich County, UT, and head out into nature.

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Bear Lake is open for fishing all year round, and anglers can catch a variety of fish, including cutthroat, cisco, mackinaw, and whitefish. The lake has a unique ecosystem, and it is home to several species you cannot find anywhere else on the planet. These include the Bear Lake whitefish and Bonneville cisco. While fishing is mostly done from boats, you can see anglers positioned on the shore as well. They usually gather on the beach near the Marina or on the east shore of the lake. The scenery is breathtaking, so fishing can be an unforgettable experience for Bear Lake campers.

Watersports such as boating and canoeing are incredibly popular at Bear Lake as well, especially during the summer. People who go camping at Bear Lake sometimes bring their canoes, paddleboats, and kayaks but don’t worry if you don’t have one – you may rent a vessel of your choice at the lake and explore this natural wonder in a whole new way.

Bear Lake is lined with spacious and well-maintained beaches that have a lot of natural shade. Visitors who come here with their rental RV can relax and sunbathe at the shore or even swim in the clear water. The maximum depth of Bear Lake is 208 feet, but inexperienced swimmers can stay in the shallow water and feel safe. Adventurous campers even go scuba diving in the lake because the visibility is superb.

Camping at Bear Lake

Have you decided to go RV camping at Bear Lake? If the answer is yes, you will be thrilled to find out there are several campsites all around the lake. Most of them offer scenic views of Bear Lake, as well as the quiet forests that surround this body of water. Not to forget that the campsites have more than a hundred spots for long vehicles as well as showers, hot water, and picnic areas.

Additional amenities include a full hookup for your RV with 50-amp service. Campers can use a sewer hookup if needed. The picnic tables are also close to the water, and pets are welcome at every campsite at Bear Lake. However, make sure you reserve your spot before you arrive at the campgrounds. You may contact the campsite via phone or online to inquire about the available dates.

Exploring the Area

Logan, UT is home to the Utah State University Museum of Anthropology. It started as a personal project by one of the professors, and his collection quickly grew larger. Nowadays the museum is located at the Old Main Building and aims to educate the visitors about anthropology. It also promotes museum studies. If you want to experience different cultures, spend a weekend roaming around the galleries. The museum has several permanent exhibits and a couple of projects that draw visitors from the surrounding counties on certain days of the week.

If you happen to be camping at Bear Lake during the summer, don’t miss out on the Raspberry Days Festival. This area of Utah is famous for the raspberries, and this celebration marks the beginning of the harvest. The festival held annually, during the first week of August. The main events take place in Garden City, and the place comes alive. Tourists who come here from all around the globe can enjoy cooking competitions, parades, talent shows, concerts, rodeos, fireworks, etc.

Once you are ready to leave the Caribbean of the Rockies, you can get the supplies you might need for your trip at one of the local stores in Garden City. There are several restaurants downtown, and they offer Italian and Mexican food. Continue your exploration of Utah down I-15 that leads to the city called Ogden. This community is close to the Wasatch Mountains, so the landscape is simply magnificent.

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