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Top-Notch Vacation Rentals
Big Bear’s reputation as a holiday hub has led to a boom in quality vacation rentals. Big Bear Cabins is the city’s go-to for high-end holiday homes, offering over 300 rentals, including condominiums and cabins. We have properties in several locations within the Big Bear locale, including Big Bear City, Fawnskin, and Big Bear Lake, giving you ample choice. All our Big Bear rentals on the lake feature cozy living areas, fully equipped kitchens, plush bedrooms, and elegant bathrooms, delivering a unique homey feel.
Segways are a fun and unique way to explore Big Bear’s vast snowy terrain. These self-balancing two-wheelers feature gyroscopes that help maintain your balance, ensuring you don’t tip over. Action Tours offers thrilling two-hour Segway tours where a certified guide takes you around the city for an educational nature excursion. The company has a brief training session before the experience begins to help you learn the basics of riding the Segway. Kids aged 14 and over can take the tours, making this an excellent way for wholesome family fun with your teens or adult children.
Snowboarding & Skiing
The February snow transforms Big Bear into a wintry wonderland, creating the perfect setting for snowboarding and skiing. Bear Mountain Resort and Snow Summit are Big Bear’s go-to for the best skiing and snowboarding experiences, offering hundreds of acres of scenic terrain, ideal for riders and skiers of all skill levels. You’ll have access to 26 lifts and over 55 runs with groomed sections and different terrain. Tag along with your significant other or loved ones and relish a day of wholesome fun on the powdery California slopes.
February’s snowfall transforms Big Bear’s hiking trails into snow-covered routes, ideal for snowshoeing excursions. Dry Creek Loop is a short, one-mile trail passing through a local forest, offering a brief half-hour snowshoeing experience. The National Children’s Forest trail offers a moderately challenging route, offering impressive views of the local scenery along the 2.8-mile stretch. The Sugarlump Trail in San Bernadino National Forest features a 6.6-mile trail with an elevation gain of around 1,500 feet, making it a challenging yet rewarding snowshoeing route.
Snow tubing is one of the best ways to enjoy wholesome family fun, especially if you’re vacationing with your little ones. This wintertime treat involves using an inflated tube to slide down a slope, with steeper reclines delivering more fun. Magic Mountain’s Alpine Slide is one of Big Bear’s most renowned snow tubing spots, offering hours of fun excursions on the snow-packed slopes. Grizzly Ridge Tube Park at Snow Summit features 3,300-foot lanes, creating incredible tubing experiences as you zoom downhill. After sliding downhill, a conveyor belt transports you to the top of the hill, allowing for hours of fun-filled, hassle-free snow tubing.
Helicopter tours offer a unique vantage point, allowing you to experience the local scenery from a bird’s eye view. Helicopter Big Bear is the city’s foremost chopper tour company, with over a decade in the business. The company offers nine thrilling excursions, ranging from a seven-minute tour to a 45-minute flight. Their personnel have FAA approval, with a combined flight experience of 22 years, ensuring your safety at all times. Kids as young as five can take the tours, with a maximum passenger capacity of three persons per flight.
Big Bear Alpine Zoo
If you’re an animal enthusiast, Big Bear Alpine Zoo is the ultimate spot to get up close with nearly 40 local animal species. The zoo dates back to 1959 and has since served as a rehabilitation center for imprinted, orphaned, or injured animals. Ticket prices vary, with adults and kids aged 13 or above paying $16, while youths between three and 12 and seniors above 60 pay $11. The zoo opens from 10 AM to 4 PM, offering ample time to spend with the animals.
Big Bear Bowling Barn
Bowling is a bonafide way to bond as you compete head-to-head with loved ones to see who can knock down the most pins. Big Bear Bowling Barn is the city’s most beloved bowling area, featuring 16 lanes with a modern scoring system for seamless tallying. If all the bowling works up an appetite, Alley Oops Sports Bar and The Grill serve delicious treats, including burgers, pizza, wings, and tacos. After your bowling experience, head to the arcade and enjoy the latest games with the gang.
Big Bear Valley Historical Museum
Enjoy a trip down memory lane at the Big Bear Valley Historical Museum and discover more about Big Bear’s rich history. The museum dates back to 1907 and has since catered to over one million guest nights. The institute features nine exhibits in nine ancient buildings showcasing the city’s evolution from its alpine roots to the bustling mountain ski town it is today. Learn more about Big Bear’s roots and see how locals lived during the Wild West and Gold Rush eras when hundreds of thousands flocked to the area. Witness decades-old artifacts, including horse-drawn wagons used by locals in the early 20th century and historical demonstrations of gold panning and blacksmithing.
Ample Culinary Options
Big Bear is big on culinary delights, featuring over 70 restaurants serving diverse menus. Kickstart your day with breakfast at Grizzly Manor Cafe and enjoy a tasty serving of massive, fluffy pancakes and plentiful hash browns. After your morning activities, stop by Himalayan Restaurant for lunch and relish their Indian-Tibetian menu, with vegetarian and tandoori entrees and Himalayan specialties. End your day with a sumptuous dinner at Saucy Mama’s Pizzeria and enjoy their hand-tossed pizzas, including veggie and meat options. Other popular eateries worth checking out include Jasper’s Smokehouse & Steaks, Teddy Bear Restaurant, and Big Bear Lake Brewing Company.
Book One of Our Presidents’ Day Big Bear Lakefront Cabin Rentals Early
Presidents’ Day presents a unique opportunity to treat your significant other or loved ones to a thrilling vacation. The Golden State’s Big Bear delivers an unmatched getaway experience for people of all ages. This California gem offers an expansive array of indoor and outdoor wintertime thrills, including skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, bowling, and dining, making it the ideal holiday spot.
As you prepare for your Big Bear Presidents’ Day escape, book your accommodation with Big Bear Cabins. We offer an impressive collection of quality vacation cabins, luxury homes, and pet-friendly homes. Our rentals lie in numerous locations throughout the city, including Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, and Big Bear City, giving you ample variety to suit your lodging needs. All our properties feature top-notch amenities, including fully equipped kitchens, plush linen and towels, and deep cleaning practices after each stay, ensuring a sanitary living space. Contact us today to secure your Big Bear vacation rental and enjoy a Presidents’ Day escape in comfort and style.