The Black Bear

Originally Bear Lake was called Black Bear Lake by Donald Mackenzie for the incredible number of black bears. Donald was an explorer for the North West Fur Company who discovered the lake in 1819 while scouting for fur-bearing animals, largely beaver, to satisfy urban demand for hats. The name was later changed to Bear Lake after both black bears and grizzly bears were decimated by settlers concerned with protecting sheep and cattle. Our Black Bear Yurt’s décor is about honoring the previous dominate predatory animal of the valley, black bears.

Sleeps: 12

Amenities:

Complete Kitchen includes dishes, pots and pans and utensils
Full Bathroom with 2 separate private toilets
Full sized Washer and Dryer
Kids play loft
55 inch HD 4K TV
Electric Fireplace
Wifi Internet
linens and towels provided (beach towels not provided)
Two large private bedrooms one with a king the other with a queen bed, additional beds in each room, double bunk beds, sleep 4 (total per bedroom can sleep 6)
Living/Dining room

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Contact us to Book Now. Call Melissa Spuhler for details at (435) 730-6559

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