This lakeside village in Southern California sits just east of Los Angeles, but far enough that you'll forget there are any cities anywhere around.
You can't go wrong with days along the water at Big Bear Lake. Sit along the water's edge or go for a boat ride or swim in the deep blue waters. Kids will love any of the waterside parks, like Meadow Park, Veterans Park, Rotary Pine Knot Park, or Boulder Bay Park. Hike up the nearby mountains or sit out by the lake and go fishing -- Big Bear Lake is the ideal vacation spot for the outdoorsman. Big Bear Alpine Zoo is another popular destination in town, as one of only two alpine zoos in the United States. In the winter, the town is a popular site for skiing and snowboarding at Snow Summit Ski Resort and Bear Mountain Ski Resort. Big Bear Lake is a family-friendly resort perfect for families with young kids. Locals in town are relaxed and friendly, and are used to visitors coming to explore their charming hamlet.
Spring is when the lake is at its best. The weather is warm without being too hot, the flowers begin to bloom, and the village makes its transition from ski resort town to summer adventure town. Be sure to book a trip between April and June.
Located in Southern California and surrounding by the San Bernardino Mountains you’ll find the perfect Big Bear Lake cabin rentals. With amazing views and relaxing hot tubs, pet-friendly vacation rentals in Big Bear are a stone’s throw from Bear Mountain and family-friendly Snow Summit ski resort. Hit the ski slopes and enjoy beautiful mountain views near your vacation home. Big Bear Lake offers the perfect escape and selection for a variety of homes, cabins and vacation rentals.
Unwind by Big Bear Lake’s fish-filled banks or take in picture-perfect lake views from your Big Bear Lake cabin. Enjoy a thriving nightlife in downtown Big Bear. Just two hours east of Los Angeles, Big Bear Lake is the quintessential mountain town with shopping, dining and entertainment. Make the most of your stay in the Big Bear area no matter the season. Find your vacation home and plan your California adventure.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Big Bear Lake. The hottest month in Big Bear Lake is June, when temperatures peak at 88 ˚F. The coolest month is February, when temperatures drop to 5 ˚F. The wettest month in Big Bear Lake is March with 4.27 inches of rain, while the driest month is October with 0.92 inches of rain.
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