Big Bear Lake





Big Bear Lake is a city with population of 5,438 about 25 miles northeast of San Bernardino and 85 miles east of Los Angeles. Big Bear Lake is 6,752 feet above sea level nesting in San Bernardino National Forest along the south shore of Big Bear Lake. The city is a famous ski area during winter time and popular resort destination all year round for Southern California residents. The main attraction in the area is Big Bear Lake, a mountain reservoir 7 mile long and 2.5 mile wide with max dept of 72 feet. Another main attraction in the area is Big Bear Village, a shopping district with gift shops and dining places.

Things to Do

  • Entertainment: Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain, Performing Arts Center
  • Festival: Big Bear Lake International Film Festival, Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest, Big Bear Valley Renaissance Faire, Old Miners Days, Open Sky Music Festival.
  • Golf: Bear Mountain Golf Course
  • Museum: Big Bear Discovery Center, Big Bear Historical Museum
  • Lake: Big Bear Lake
  • Park: Boulder Bay Park, Meadow Park
  • Shopping: Big Bear Village
  • Zoo: Baldwin Lake Stables & Petting Zoo, Moonridge Animal Park



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