There are three routes to travel when vacationing to the Big Bear Lake area and our amazing Big Bear Vacation Home Rentals.
We advise you to select a route in advance and check the current weather and road conditions before departing.
Please remember to always carry chains in your vehicle when traveling to Big Bear Lake and the mountain region during the winter season.
Hwy 38 through Redlands is a beautiful scenic highway and is typically the least congested. The road is also wider and less windy than the other routes.
Hwy 18 through Lucerne Valley receives less snowfall during winter storms and has the least amount of mountain driving coming through the desert areas.
Hwy 18 through Running Springs has reopened and is normally the fastest route to Big Bear, however this route is typically more congested on weekends and busy holidays
Once you are on the Mountain:
If you come up # 330 from San Bernardino:
Once you see the dam stay on the right side of the lake and follow the road to Big Bear Lake. Follow the main road onto Big Bear Boulevard. We are located on the right hand side in a large log building just before Carl’s Junior.
If you come up #38 from Redlands:
The #38 will bring you automatically onto the Big Bear Boulevard. Look for us on the left hand side just passed Carl’s Junior in a large log building.
If you come up #18 from Victorville:
Once on top of the hill you will see the “Dry Lake”. Just follow the road and you will stay to the right of it. Turn left onto Greenway.
At the light turn right onto Big Bear Boulevard. Follow this road through Big Bear City into Big Bear Lake. Once you are in Big Bear Lake, look for us and our Big Bear home rentals on the left-hand side just past Carl’s Junior in a large log building.
Should you get lost at any time give us a call and we’ll be happy to guide you to our office. Once again our toll free number is . Contact us today to find the best Big Bear rentals! If you’re thinking about holding a corporate retreat in Big Bear, check out our corporate rentals!