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Bear Lake KOA

At a Glance

    Pros

  • dozens of activities for kids
  • the most substantial grocery store in town is here

    Cons

  • noisy with kids, cars, bikes, and pets seemingly moving non-stop
  • kids need to be careful around busy Bear Lake Blvd
  • a little pricey for a campsite

Bear Lake KOA Review

The budget-minded get the best resort in town at Bear Lake. This spot, which has cute-as-a-button log cabins (some with bathrooms and kitchens) as well as campsites, is practically its own city, with a heated pool, miniature golf course, tennis courts, bicycle rentals, the biggest convenience store on Bear Lake, and programmed activities for kids. There's a pavilion for pancake breakfasts and the like. A shared outdoor kitchen allows tent campers the luxury of doing their own cooking. Service is snappier than at the area's luxury resorts. Reservations are essential.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 485 N. Bear Lake Blvd., Bear Lake State Park, UT 84028
  • Phone: 435/946–3454; 800/562–3442 reservations
  • Website:
  • Location: Bear Lake State Park

    Hotel Details

  • 100 full hookups, 30 tent sites, 37 cabins.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed late-Oct.–late Mar.

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