The glossy surface of Big Bear Lake glistens 6,750 feet above sea level, high enough up that its waters can be continuously replenished by melting snowfall. That same snow blankets the surrounding San Bernardino Mountains, whose 8,000-foot peaks are lined with dozens of skiing trails. Whether in cold or warm months, Big Bear Vacations' collection of more than 300 cabins is well-positioned to take advantage of the area’s natural bounty.
Though the cabin properties included in this deal vary, many have rustic, countrified furnishings, easy access to area activities, and views of Big Bear Lake. Additional features may include stone fireplaces, jetted tubs, and kitchens.
Big Bear Lake, California: Secluded Retreat in San Bernardino National Forest
Located just two hours east of Los Angeles, the 800,000-acre San Bernardino National Forest and its batch of snow-capped mountains represent a pleasant-and-convenient retreat from the urban jungle. One of the best ways to see the panoramic vistas of canyons, basins, and pink-sandstone rock formations is traveling about 50 miles to Redlands or San Bernardino. Visitors can partake in cold weather favorites like skiing, snowboarding, and snowball-eating contests.