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Bear River Lodge

At a Glance

    Pros

  • comfortable cabins
  • plenty of outdoor activities nearby

    Cons

  • prices seem high for level of amenities
  • no restaurant

Bear River Lodge Review

Thirteen log cabins in the forest let you reconnect with nature without giving up creature comforts. Simply appointed with log and wood furniture, the cabins are near the lodge, where you can outfit yourself for a variety of outdoor adventures. The lodge's Burly Bear Grill is currently closed, and scheduled to reopen sometime in 2010. But you can still cook yourself up a meal, as each room is outfitted with a kitchen, including a range, oven, microwave, fridge and sink. A new pool and two hot tubs were added in 2008. Autumn rates (October to December) are often deeply discounted. From October to May the route from Kamas on Route 150 is closed, so access is from Evanston, Wyoming.

    Hotel Details

  • 16 cabins.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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