Big Bear Lake, California is terrific for a weekend getaway or a mid-week break. Truly a four-season community with outstanding skiing in winter and early spring, then summer months bring abundant lake opportunities from swimming to sailing.
Just a few of the possible recreational ideas when staying with us in Big Bear Lake, California:
* Hiking in the National Forest – year round
* Snowboarding at Bear Mountain – Nov through April
* Boating on Big Bear Lake – April through October
* Inner tubing at Magic Mountain – Nov through April
* Snuggle in front of a blazing fire – year round
* Horseback riding on mountain trails – year round
* Fishing on the lake – year round
* Ride the sky chair at Snow Summit – May through Oct
* See a new movie release at the theatre – year round
* Jet ski, windsurf or parasail on the lake – April thorugh Oct
* Go sledding – Nov through April
* Antique shopping – year round
* Golf – May through Oct
* Snowshoe in the back country – Nov through April
* Attend a first rate play at the Performing Arts Center – year round
* Mountain Biking at Snow Summit – May through Oct
* Take a Segway tour – year round
* Take a canoe tour in Grout Bay – May through Oct
* Shop in “The Village” at Big Bear Lake, California – year round
* Photograph the autumn colors – Sept through Nov
* Cross Country ski on North Shore – Dec through Mar
* Dine at great restaurants – year round
* Bike ride the Alpine Pedal Path – year round
* Take a pirate ship boat tour on the lake – May – Oct
* Go on a picnic – year round
* Downhill Skiing at Snow Summit – Nov through April
* Pamper yourself with a massage – year round
* Take an off road jeep tour – year round
* Visit the Moonridge Animal Park – year round
* Take a horse drawn carriage ride – year round
* Go Ziplining – year round
* Looking for property in Big Bear Lake, California? Bob Angilella, one of Big Bear’s most successful realtors and his team of professionsals can help at www.bigbearhomesandland.com.
Our address is 41675 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, California
From Los Angeles and Orange Counties:
From Interstate 10 East take Interstate 210 (to Highland/Running Springs) to HWY 330 (to MTN Resorts) and start up the mountain. At Running Springs, HWY 330 ends and connects with HWY 18. Stay on HWY 18 to Big Bear Lake, California. At the lake, keep right, through the signal, staying on HWY 18. Continue about 5 miles, HWY 18 is now also Big Bear Blvd. At the downtown area of Big Bear Lake, make a left at the stoplight to stay on Big Bear Blvd, just before “The Village”. We are about 1 1/2 miles down on the right side. When you see a sign for Action Zipline, we are the 2nd driveway past their sign. Our sign is set back and hard to see. There is a short redwood fence at the front of our property which borders the sidewalk. If you pass Carl’s Jr.’s, then you also passed us. You can also turn right by Carl’s Jr.’s and turn right on Brownie Ln and enter on the back side of our property.
Alternate route for Los Angeles and Orange Counties:
From Interstate 10 East exit at Orange St. in Redlands. Follow the signs for HWY 38/Big Bear Lake. HWY 38 brings you up to Big Bear Lake, California on the east end of the valley. As you come into town, HWY 38 becomes Big Bear Blvd. In the town of Big Bear City, HWY 38 turns right/North. However, continue straight on Big Bear Blvd which at this point also becomes HWY 18. After about 4 miles you will cross Summit Blvd (stoplight). Continue straight and we are one block further on the left. There will be a Carl’s Jr.’s, then a log style building and then Eagle’s Nest.
From San Diego County:
Take Interstate 15 to Interstate 215 at Temecula. Take Interstate 215 to Interstate 10 East. Be aware that Interstate 215 merges briefly with Interstate 60. Watch for the sign to stay on the 215. Take Interstate 215 to Interstate 10 East. Continue by following the above Los Angeles/Orange County directions.
From the high desert:
From Interstate 15 in Victorville, go East on Bear Valley Rd to HWY 18. Stay on Hwy 18 to Big Bear Lake, California. When coming into the Big Bear area, watch for the sign to take HWY 18 left. You will then turn right on Big Bear Blvd., which also becomes HWY 18 at this junction. After about 4 miles you will cross Summit Blvd. (stoplight). We will be one block up on the left. There will be a Carl’s Jr.’s, then a log style building and then Eagle’s Nest.
From Las Vegas:
Take Interstate 15 South to Barstow. Then take HWY 247 South to the Lucerne Valley/HWY 18. Stay on Hwy 18 to Big Bear Lake, California. Follow the above directions from the high desert.