LAKETOWN @ BEAR LAKE

Real Estate

Laketown is a quiet little community located on the south shores of Bear Lake, Utah.  It boasts wide open spaces and walking distance to the lake from town.
 
While your visiting the area check out Bear Lake State Park Rendezvous Beach is located at the South end of Bear Lake, approximately two miles northwest of Laketown on SR 30.  Four reservable group sites with pavilions. 106 reservable, full hook-up sites. 37 reservable tent sites.   Large day use area and beach.  Boat rentals available also. 

Hungry ? Try  Laketown Drive-In.  This is the only place at Bear Lake you can get fast-food and shakes right on the beach. No need to lug a heavy cooler down to the beach when they have a full menu of food, soft drinks, and shakes available on-site right at the beach. If you want fast-food and you are not staying at the State Park, you can still drive your vehicle into the park for free in order to get your food.

Want a good hike? Try Laketown Canyon Trail
Trail Information: 
Park at the rodeo arena in Laketown and ride west. Head south on 200 E. At the south end of 200E., the road turns to dirt. The trail crosses the stream 7 times, so you will get wet. This is a fun trail despite the water. There is a reservoir about half way up and a spring at the top of the ride. The ride ends at a gate.

Features: 
This ride begins in rather exposed terrain and climbs into Aspen groves.

Trailhead:
Park at the rodeo arena in Laketown

Biking or Horses more your style?

Laketown Meadowville Bike Trail


Trail Information: 
Ride North from Meadowville on the gravel road. Follow this road around till you hit the intersection with highway 30. There is a rest stop very near for restrooms and water. Follow the lake road to the turn off to Laketown. Make the right into Laketown. Then take another Right at Round Valley road. At the next intersection, make a left and head out into Round valley. This loops out and back all the way to Meadowville.

Features: 
This ride passes through the round valley area, a region of early pioneer settlers. There is a pioneer cemetary and ghost town along the way. An elaborate old mansion and an old wood frame schoolhouse are all that remain.

Trailhead:
Park at the old Rock store in Meadowville

Elevation Range:
6000 ft

Length:
15 mile loop

Season of Use:
May to October

Open to:
Bikes, hiking, horses

Difficulty:
Easy – Moderate

 

These are just some of the local gems you'll find when you visit! 

 

Interested in living here year round or want a lake house for the summer?  Check out our newest listing :

https://www.utahmountainskihomes.com/listing/mlsid/299/propertyid/1648916/