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Big Bear Lake California has four seasons of fabulous mountain activities to offer visitors. There’s so much to enjoy at this mountain resort; the only problem might be deciding where to begin. The lake itself is crystal clear, seven miles long, one half mile wide with over 22 miles of shoreline set against a backdrop of beautiful pines and oaks. Altitudes range from 6700 feet to over 9000 feet. Enjoy some of the best scenery Mother Nature has to offer as you go swimming, fishing, boating or water skiing. But the fun doesn’t stop there – other activities on the lake include pontoon boating, paddle boating, windsurfing, sailing or jet skiing. Boats and other equipment can be rented at any one of the marinas that dot the shoreline. Private boat permits are required and can be purchased at any marina, as well. If you aren’t into water sports, that’s not a problem. Big Bear Lake also has hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, golf, tennis, mountain climbing, and camping. Or get a bird’s eye view of the Lake by hang gliding or parasailing. When it comes to outdoor fun, Big Bear Lake literally does have it all. There is a recreation center at Big Bear Lake that offers go-carts, miniature golf and a water slide park. It winter, it becomes a snow play park and bobsled run. Big Bear Lake is southern California’s premier ski resort area with 75 trails, 20 lifts, four high-speed chairs and seven snowboard parks. There’s nothing like the view of Big Bear Lake as you ride the chair lift to the top of the mountain. The Snow Summit Scenic Sky Chair is open for hiking, biking and sightseeing daily in the summertime and weekends only the rest of the year.

Other attractions at Big Bear Lake include the Discovery Center, which offers guided tours, including one of six solar observatories in the entire world. The Discovery Center sponsors nature nights, flower tours, a two-hour guided canoe tour around Grout Bay, demonstrations, a campfire program, talks, workshops and much, much more. The Big Bear Lake Museum is another interesting attraction. It’s open weekends, May through October and takes visitors on a walk through the colorful and romantic past of Big Bear Lake. Also located at Big Bear Lake is a petting zoo for children, off-road adventures and boat tours of the lake. The village of Big Bear Lake has antique stores, specialty shops, art galleries, boutiques, sporting goods stores and more. It’s fun to spend a day browsing, buying or just window-shopping. Some people come to the mountains of Big Bear Lake to pamper themselves in one of quality day spas in the area – massage, aromatherapy, facials, and herbal wraps – everything to make you feel relaxed and rejuvenated. Big Bear Lake also has nightlife and entertainment – pubs with live music and dancing, plays, theaters, matinees and more. Big Bear Lake also has seven public campgrounds, great restaurants, and an airport that is open 24 hours every day. The Big Bear Visitors’ Center is located at 630 Bartlett Road in the village.


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