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Garden City Attractions & Things To Do

WorldMark Bear Lake Exterior With brilliant turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, Bear Lake is the epicenter of relaxation and recreation in this popular vacation destination. Located on the western shores of the beautiful lake and surrounded by mountains, Garden City, Utah is a resort community that offers access to all the attractions and activities in the area, including hiking, mountain biking, fishing, boating, canoeing, swimming, sledding, skiing and much more. Perfect for family vacations, weekend escapes, group outings and romantic trips, this destination is a relaxing lakeside retreat with stunning natural surroundings and exciting recreational opportunities.
Bear Lake Highlands Golf CourseBear Lake Highlands Golf Course
Practice your swing on this well-conditioned course, which features rolling terrain, water on seven holes and peaceful views of Bear Lake and the surrounding countryside. Ideal for golfers of all skill levels, this lovely golf course also offers pull cars, rental clubs and group discounts.
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Bear Lake State Park & MarinaBear Lake State Park & Marina
Providing access to the gorgeous blue waters of Bear Lake, this park and marina features three recreation areas including two beautiful white sand beaches. Here you can also rent boats or personal watercrafts, buy water sports accessories, have lunch and enjoy the natural surroundings.
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Bear Lake West Golf & Country ClubBear Lake West Golf & Country Club
This resort community is home to a public golf course as well as Cooper's Restaurant and Sports Bar. Tee off on a scenic 9-hole mountain course above Blue Lake, and find rental clubs, pull carts, a putting green and a fully stocked pro shop.
155 Highway 89,
Fish Haven, ID

Beaver Mountain Ski AreaBeaver Mountain Ski Area
Located near the summit of Logan Canyon in the Bear River Mountains, this ski resort has been family owned and operated since 1939. Expect a friendly atmosphere, excellent runs, affordable lift ticket prices and lessons for skiers and snowboarders.
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National Wildlife RefugeNational Wildlife Refuge
Surrounded by mountains and filled with grasslands and brush-covered slopes, this 19,000-acre wildlife refuge is home to marshes, open water and flooded meadows. Once a prehistoric lake, this protected area is now a place for spotting and hunting waterfowl and other animals.
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