|Big Bear Valley - your premier Southern California mountain vacation destination! With an average of 330 days a year of sunshine, Big Bear is a true 4-season resort for all snow sports, all lake and land sports - plus world-class outdoor and indoor annual events! Visit often...shop on the mountaintop... experience awesome sunsets over the 7-mile-long man-made Big Bear Lake... eat out or dine in... meet friendly local professionals for every service from real estate sales to massages in your vacation rental...meet Big Bear's own wildlife up close and personal at the Zoo...discover the National Forest at the Big Bear Discovery Center...see world-class performances at the PAC...breathe clean air!...
Big Bear News... - 08/31/2015
Check out all the current Big Bear news as reported by Big Bear's radio station KBHR93.3FM.
Big Bear Happenings... - 08/31/2015
Farmers Maket Tuesdays at the Convention Center. Music in the Mountains summer concert series with Jim Curry, a Tribute to John Denver, at Discovery Center's outdoor amphitheater. Click the Calendar of Events page link for what's happening and what's coming up as events are added.
Big Bear Resorts... - 08/31/2015
Big Bear Lake: fishing, boating, and other water sports; boat and equipment rentals at all marinas; guided fishing tours; narrated lake tours; pirate ship tours. Check the Activities page for direct links to each resort's site for land and lake recreation information and activities.
Big Bear Weather... - 08/31/2015
Sunny Forecast... Check the Weather, Roads, Webcams page for local forecast, local webcams, CalTrans road condition links, and general information for mountain driving.
Big Bear Roads... - 08/31/2015
Hwy 38: one-way controlled traffic approx. 6 miles east of Angelus Oaks at Glass Road to Hathaway Road, 24 hours/day to 10/30 due to construction; motorists are subject to delays of up to 20 minutes. Check our Weather, Roads, Webcams page for "Check Condition" link for Caltrans details. Also visit the Getting to Big Bear page for highway maps and links to CalTrans info. You can also call 1-800-427-7623 for current highway conditions.