This is the climate diagram near Bear Lake. July is the warmest month of the year near Bear Lake with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 33°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. December is the wettest month.
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Vacation Houses with Pools
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Popular Rental Amenities near Bear Lake
Finding a rental with a pool shouldn't be too difficult near Bear Lake. One-third of the properties include one. Additionally, rentals with pools near Bear Lake have an average price of $825 per night. Most of the listed accommodations with pools are apartment rentals. If you would ideally like to be close to the water, nearly all of the accommodations providing a pool are situated within 2 kilometres of the waterfront.
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Rest and recreation with a vacation rental in Bear Lake, Utah
A sublime turquoise lake that straddles the Utah-Idaho border, Bear Lake is the ideal setting for a blissful nature getaway. Enjoy a range of activities, including fishing, hiking, climbing, and boating when you choose the comfort of a cabin rental in Bear Lake, Utah.
Best of local dining
While staying by Beak Lake, be sure to try a raspberry shake, the signature dessert of the area. Such is its popularity, that you'll find it on the menu at pretty much any place that sells food. Both located in Garden City, LeBeau's and Quick-N-Tasty are great places to start.
When it comes to eating, the local cuisine is sure to satisfy appetites. From local delis to laid-back fast food spots, you'll find fresh and hearty fare. Highlights on the restaurant scene include Cooper's at Bear Lake West, or Cafe Sabor for tasty Mexican cuisine.
Whether you are a nature lover or relaxation seeker, Bear Lake will inspire you with its beauty. Named the 'Caribbean of the Rockies', the lake is renowned for its striking turquoise water, which is due to limestone deposits suspended in the lake.
This unique characteristic has led to the development of unusual species of fish that cannot be found anywhere else, such as Bear Lake sculpin, Bonneville cisco, or Bonneville cutthroat trout. In the summer, the shimmering lake draws water sports enthusiasts and sunbathers alike.
Over in Idaho, you'll find the fantastic Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge. A must for animal lovers, it features unspoilt landscapes and a dazzling array of creatures.
Bear Lake has become famous for its crops of raspberries, hailing from the surrounding valleys. During the first week of August, you can participate in the annual Raspberry Days festival, held in Garden City.
Large numbers of visitors from across the globe gather together for action-packed days of raspberry cook-offs, concerts, fun runs, and talent shows.
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