There is something to love about every season in Big Bear, California. The winter brings unparalleled skiing and snowboarding opportunities, while the summer comes with endless fun on the lake. But nestled in between them lies one of the best times to visit Big Bear: the fall. It bridges the gap wonderfully between the two, making for many unique opportunities. Below we have listed the top things to do in Big Bear for a perfect trip this Fall!
Visit East Boat Ramp Beach
This is one of the best places to find a sandy beach and enjoy Big Bear Lake throughout the entire area. Fall brings with it the perfect opportunity to enjoy it because there is still plenty of good lake weather to enjoy, but the big crowds of the summer have dissipated a bit. If you are looking for a fun and peaceful day on the beach, now is the time to get after it.
For the 48th year in a row, Big Bear will be home to one of the most epic Oktoberfest celebrations in the country. There is so much to love about it, but one of the main selling points is that the festivities take place every weekend from September 8th through all of October. This means you will have ample opportunity to drink delicious German beer, hear amazing music, eat great food, get in on the dancing, singing, and all the fun! You can find it at the Big Bear Convention Center.
Enjoy the Fall Colors
Many people travel here from Los Angeles in order to see the brilliant colors of fall. You can enjoy this by simply walking outside, but the best way to view it is from the lake aboard the Miss Liberty Tour Boat. From the perspective that this lake tour provides, you can see how the gorgeous colors of fall surround the lake.
Big Bear is always good for a fishing trip, but fall is certainly one of the best times to cast a line out. Big Bear is known for its great trout fishing, and there is no better testament to this than the fishing experiences that the fall brings. You can find any place along the shore to set up a chair and enjoy the peace and beauty. To drop a line, head towards the dam.
Big Bear Hikes
Hiking is a great fall activity because it is nice and cool, but it is not cold. Going on one of the area’s favorite trails, you will be perfectly comfortable in a long sleeve shirt. Try Castle Rock Trail for something a bit more challenging and perhaps the Alpine Pedal Path for something casual. Regardless of the trail you choose, you can be sure you journey will be filled with incredible beauty during your Big Bear hikes.
Find a Lovely Place to Call Home
With all this fun, it certainly pays to have a nice place to rest up, and there is certainly no shortage of nice places to rest up in Big Bear. This will become very apparent with one look at the exquisite listings provided by Big Bear Cabins. As one of the premiere vacation rental companies in the area, our selection of homes is second to none. You are in luck if you are looking for anything from a single bedroom condo in town to an elegant mansion tucked away in the peaceful forests of Big Bear. Contact us today to book your dream getaway and to learn more about things to do in Big Bear in fall!