344 W. Harbor Village Dr.
Garden City, UT 84028
Any time of the year, Bear Lake offers a wide variety of recreational and cultural activities. Go fishing, canoeing and swimming in the summer sun, then grill on your own private gas barbecue. Savor succulent treats during Raspberry Days, or explore the geological wonders of Minnetonka Cave. In the fall, hike Logan Canyon amidst a canopy of red-and-gold maples. And in winter, hit the ski slopes at nearby Beaver Mountain. One visit, and you’ll want to return to Bear Lake’s sparkling sapphire waters again and again.
Greetings from Garden City, Utah, home to Bear Lake. Spend your days hiking, mountain biking, swimming, fishing or skiing in the winter. If you would rather just relax, you can do that too, all from WorldMark Bear Lake resort. WorldMark Bear Lake is 40 miles from Logan, Utah.
This resort consists of 67 one, two and three bedroom units all with fully equipped kitchens, air-conditioning, gas fireplaces and small balconies or decks. ResortNet, WorldMark’s hi-speed internet service, is available in all units. WorldMark Bear Lake is proud to provide an indoor pool and a spa that are open all year.
Your beautiful condo comes fully equipped kitchen with microwave and dishwasher, gas fireplace, telephone, air conditioning, washer and dryer, deck, gas BBQ, cable TV with DVD, and stereo with CD player.
This WorldMark destination puts Bear Lake just outside your door. You won’t believe the water’s brilliant turquoise color, caused by suspended limestone particles. Half of the lake lies in Utah and half in Idaho, and all 172 square miles of it are perfect for boating, swimming, sunning and fishing. Watercraft can be rented in town, at the Bear Lake Marina and on a few of the beaches. On the southern shore, Rendezvous Beach attracts many visitors. This wide, sandy beach extends for 1 1/4 miles and is perfect for an afternoon picnic. On the east shore, Cisco Beach is popular with scuba divers, where the water depth drops off quickly to 208 feet.
Nearby Logan Canyon is a playground for nature lovers. Make sure you see it at least once during the fall, when aspens and maples are transformed in brilliant reds and golds. On the 1 1/2-mile hike to Spring Hollow, you will see fossils of sea plants and animals. You might also consider horseback riding when the season is right. Guided rides through Logan Canyon offer varied terrain, wildflowers, mountain streams and panoramic views of the forest.
Another place to take the whole family is the Minnetonka Cave, a 2,000-foot-long limestone cave containing an impressive number of stalactites, stalagmites and banded travertine. You can tour its nine rooms from mid-June to Labor Day. When winter arrives, so does the famed Utah snow, and you can hit the slopes at the nearby Beaver Mountain ski area. Three double chairlifts, 26 runs and 525 skiable acres are waiting for you at this quiet, family-owned resort. And more than 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails begin right at WorldMark Bear Lake, with many more ungroomed trails near Logan Canyon.
During the summer, the Pickleville Playhouse in Garden City serves up fine outdoor theater with western cookouts. Don’t miss the Logan Canyon Scenic Drive between Logan and Garden City. Throughout the year, Logan and Garden City play host to a number of festivals. Raspberry Days, the Festival of the American West, Summerfest and the Mountain Man Rendezvous are just a few.
|Check-in Location:||The check-in office is located in the lobby of the resort.|
|Office Hours:||24 hours (435) 946-3625|
|Check-in Time:||4:00 p.m.|
|Checkout Time:||12:00 noon|
|Checkout:||Upon departure, please leave your keys at the front desk.|