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    Bear Lake Advice

    I want to take the family up to Bear Lake for Labor Day weekend but have never been there. Anyone familiar with the camping on the lake? I just bought a pop-up camper and am looking for a place that i can get hookups close to the lake on the cheap side. I'm finding the KOA at $57 a night. What happened to KOA's? I remember as a kid staying there for like $13-17 a night.

    Anyway, any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks all!
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    Have you guys been riding up there? I rode a great trail on the Logan (west) side 20 years ago, i don't remember exactly what it was called or where. I have a cabin on the other (east) side where there is no wooded singletrack. I know there are a ton of miles of trail though according to a map of dirt roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    I rode a great trail on the Logan (west) side 20 years ago, i don't remember exactly what it was called or where.
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    Yeah, i'm slowly recovering from my latest injuries and have grey hairs coming in on my beard.

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    There's an awesome trail called Little Bear, I believe, that starts from the summit close to Bear Lake and goes down to the Tony Grove ranger station. It's on the south side of the 89 and I think it's closer to 10 miles long, 98% downhill. It's been close to ten years since I rode it but it was my fave near Logan.

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