This is where mountain bikers glide down fire roads, skiers carve through snow and hikers dip into pure blue water after rambling through mountain meadows. If that’s not enough, there’s four-wheeling, horseback rides, fishing, and boating—nectar for those frayed nerves.
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There are no elevators at this resort and the upper level units can only be accessed by a 13-step staircase.
This resort does not have air conditioning.
Unit Amenities· Cable TV· DVD player · Stereo with CD· Telephone· High-speed Internet Access (fee applicable)· Gas fireplace· Gas barbecue· Murphy bed in most units· Sofa bed in 1-bdrm suites · Washer and dryer · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer
Resort Amenities· Outdoor pool with adjacent hot tub*· Two outdoor covered hot tubs· Outdoor children's pools*· Children's playground· Tennis court· Sport court· Pool tables· Ping-Pong· Arcade games· Air hockey· Ceiling fans (NO air conditioner)· Horseshoe pit· Fitness center· Shared computer with Internet(* Outdoor swimming pools are closed from November through March)
Local Activities· Shopping, fine dining and live entertainment in Big Bear Village · Golf- Big Bear Mountain Golf: Summer only.· Swimming, Boating, Parasailing, Jet Skiing, Fishing- Big Bear Marina. .05 mi· Boat Tours: Miss Liberty at Pine Knot Landing. 3 mi· Hiking· Bear Mountain and Snow Summit ski areas· Moonridge Animal Park· Rim of the World Drive· Horseback Riding· Outlet Stores: 60 mins.· Farmers Market April 1- Oct 31 Tuesdays Only 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Airports· Ontario (ONT) 63 mi· Palm Springs (PSP) 92 mi· Los Angeles (LAX) 120 m
Big Bear Historical Museum Relive Big Bear's western mining and ranching heritage at the Big Bear Historical Museum, which features nearly 2,000 photographs and other historical artifacts. Open May-October. Weekends only.
The Alpine Slide Attractions include a world-famous alpine slide in winter, which is converted into a water slide in summer, as well as a year-round miniature golf course and go-karts.
Big Bear Discovery Center Enjoy a one-hour educational program about bald eagles followed by a two-hour ride around the lake to look for the majestic birds of prey. The tour also includes a snack and Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water. For more information, call (909) 382-2790. 4.5 mi.
May: Annual Trout Fishing Classic for both novices and pros.
June: Big Bear Pirate Faire. Big Bear Lake transforms into a 17th Century buccaneer village with a treasure hunt, a ship to shore live action battle, four stages of lively entertainment, vittles hot off the grill, and a pirate swag shopping village. 5 mi
July: Jazz Festival 5 mi, Big Bear Chili Cook Off. Loads of vendors, live music, a food court with over a dozen eateries, and most importantly Free Admission, there will be something for everyone!!!
August: Antique Car Show is held every summer in the Village of Big Bear Lake. The Antique Car Club Fun Run is always scheduled for the second Saturday in August. For more information please call, 909-866-3938 2mi, Renaissance Fair. Set during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, our faire is an authentic re-creation of an English Summer Faire. Visit an exciting, vibrant village Faire where you can experience a joust, strolling entertainers, stage performances, beautiful handcrafts, delicious food and drink, children's area and the spirit of the days of William Shakespeare and the Renaissance! 5 mi
September: Big Bear Lake International Film Festival. 3 mi
September/October: OctoberFest 2 mi
October: Trout Festival and fishing competition.
Fishing Advisory: A California fishing license is required. You can get yours online at: http://www.dfg.ca.gov/licensing/ols/intro.htmGet the full listing »