Beaver Creek Lodge is conveniently located near trails and backcountry, with access to ample space for your upcoming snowmobile adventure. Choose from exciting snowmobile rental models designed for power and ease of use, suitable for all levels of skill and experience.



Experience guided horseback riding in beautiful Northern Utah. We offer standard horseback riding options ranging from 1-4 hours for small and large groups. Specialty rides, available for groups of 4 or more, create a unique horseback riding adventure with breathtaking views



Beaver Creek Lodge’s UTV rentals enable you to access the trails and backcountry between Logan, Utah and Bear Lake. Explore thousands of acres of woods and grassland from one of our top-quality UTVs. Seating up to 6, our UTV rentals range from 2-24 hours.



Beaver Creek has the ideal lodging for your summer or winter activities. Rent an individual room or book the entire lodge, including 27 beds in 11 rooms. Enjoy quick access to horseback riding or snowmobile rentals, or relax in one of our cozy common areas.

“From our first trip in 2009, my husband and I fell in love with Beaver Creek Lodge, the owner, his family, and the staff at the Lodge. We always enjoy staying here! Whether it’s in the winter riding snowmobiles, summer/fall riding razors or horseback, or between seasons to just get away, we always feel part of the family. The rooms are very nice and the beds are really comfortable. The whirlpool tub is very welcomed at the end of the day of riding! In the Summer/Fall season they offer a continental breakfast. In the winter they have a hot breakfast (country buffet style) as well as dinner. The cooks are excellent! We look forward to our next trip out!”

– Brenda

“Had an awesome experience on their snowmobiles today. Our group of four rented the snowmobiles for the morning session (9:00 am to 1:00 pm) and it really turned out to be a great choice. Getting on the trails that early gives you plenty of time to really enjoy your surroundings and the lighting is perfect for photos and videos.

The staff was well trained and friendly. They were also very experienced which puts you at ease if its your first time riding like it was ours. I would love to return here one day and would not hesitate to give this place my highest recommendation.”

– David

“This was our first trip to Utah and decided to take a break from snowboarding and rented a few snowmobiles at the spur of a moment. Beaver Creek was very accommodating and set us up with their 850 Summits. The sleds were great. The nearby terrain was awesome even though there was less powder than normal. They directed us to some great backcountry riding that was only 15 minutes down the trail. Huge amount of terrain for all abilities to ride. We would have spent days there if our schedule allowed it. We are already talking about planning a longer stay next season. It was well worth the trip from Maine.”

– Shawn


Book unforgettable winter activities and lodging in one convenient package. Enjoy 1-6 nights in beautiful Logan Canyon where you can experience the excitement of a snowmobile rental in Utah’s backcountry before relaxing in your private room equipped with a 50” TV.


Beaver Creek offers summer adventure packages for small and large groups. Choose up to three nights’ lodging plus exciting summer adventures. View Northern Utah’s astounding vistas during horseback riding and/or UTV rental. Recuperate from your outdoor activities in a deluxe private room.


Beaver Creek Lodge is located 27 miles east of Logan, Utah along scenic US Highway 89, just 2 hours north of the Salt Lake International Airport. 

Beaver Creek Lodge has been providing memorable winter and summer adventures since 1995. Located in the heart of Logan Canyon, Utah, we boast instant access to renowned snowmobile areas during the winter and UTV trails and horseback riding locations for your summer adventure. Whether you are new to backcountry activities or an expert, we have something for you! Beaver Creek Lodge is a special use permittee of the Cache/Caribou Forests since 1991.