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Bear Lake Beach

Bear Lake sits on the boundary line of two states - Idaho and Utah. Well known for its jewel like turquoise-blue waters the lake is all of 160 square miles appearing really quite huge. Featuring clean white sandy beaches you can enjoy the lake for swimming, power boating, waterskiing, sailing and fishing.

Swimmers will enjoy the designated swim beaches and find the gradual slope of the lake bottom exhilirating as it affords an enormous swim area. Swimming off the nice, gentle beaches of Bear Lake is fun for the whole family. Anglers will happy to know fish bite well here. You have native cutthroat or lake trout in the summer. The lake is also excellent for boating and water-skiing. Seven boat ramps are located around the lake, to make launching your boat a breeze.
The marina has 305 boat slips and a 5-lane boat ramp, while the North Beach has two boat unloading ramps on sandy beaches. Jet skis and waverunners are popular water fun-activities on the lake. They can be rented at locations. You can even bring your own sailing boat since its a coveted location to unfurl the sails. Gentle breezes that begin rolling usually in the early afernoons ensure that you glide on the lake and enjoy spectacular sunsets.

The beach calls for such essentials as sun umbrella, picnic lunches and a beach ball! Boating is a very popular activitity here. The lake is 20 miles long and 8 miles wide, providing space for many different types of watercraft. Guided pontoon boat tours are also conducted from the Bear Lake Marina. Water-skiing is one of the favorite sports on the lake.