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It’s time to start making reservations and setting plans to find the Bear Lake monster (I’m told it’s a real thing). Your first step, obviously, is to rent a cabin in the area. The good news is that Utah has a lot of amazing cabin rental options, so if lake monsters aren’t your cup of tea, there are plenty of other amazing spots.
Bear Lake Cabin Rentals & Property Management
This vacation rental company has a plethora of cabin, condo and house rentals, with options to fit anywhere from six to more than 25 people, with up to five and a half bathrooms—all of which makes it a great option for a family reunion or a work retreat.
Bear Lake offers terrific recreational activities, and Bear Lake Cabin Rentals is likely to have lodging available near the attraction of your choice. The properties all have linens, fully equipped kitchens and satellite TV, and most have a washer and dryer and a hot tub.
For more information, visit bearlakecabinrentals.com.
The Cabins at Bear River Lodge
In Kamas, near the Utah-Wyoming border and in the heart of the Uinta Mountains, is Christmas Meadows. Here, the Bear River Lodge cabins are appropriate for a romantic getaway for two, family vacations or reunions, and corporate retreats.
Amenities include a swimming pool, two large hot tubs, a tubing hill, ice fishing, a cross-country ski trail, snow shoe rentals and an outdoor amphitheater. The cabins come with fully stocked kitchens, bedding, big screen TVs, satellite TV and DVD players, gas log fireplaces, oversized tubs in the master suites, BBQ grills and patio furniture.
For more information, visit bearriverlodge.com.
Duck Creek Village
Located in Kane County on the edge Cedar Mountain is Duck Creek Village, with cabins that sleep up to 16 people and feature fully equipped kitchens, bedding and television—and are all within minutes of Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Grand Staircase and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Duck Creek Village has fishing ponds stocked with trout. Visitors can also enjoy nature and observe wildlife in the woods: deer, elk, turkeys, squirrels, chipmunks, whistlers and more.
For more information, visit duckcreekvillagecabinrentals.com.