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Visit California and discover a state full of natural wonders. From the Redwood and Sequoia forests to Yosemite National Park, Mammoth Lakes to Joshua Tree, there are so many amazing, outdoor places to visit in California. However, year after year, one of our guest favorites is always Big Bear Lake. California cabin rentals across the state provide a comfortable and spacious home base for exploring the great outdoors, and the selection of Big Bear cabins is no exception. Cabins in Big Bear Lake come in all shapes and sizes. You can find large Big Bear Lake cabin rentals perfect for families or groups, or you can book cozy cabin rentals in Big Bear Lake for just the two of you. No matter which rental you decide to book, one thing is for sure. When you book a getaway house & Big Bear Lake vacation with Glamping Hub, you're going to have an amazing few days spent outdoors with your loved ones. Just 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles, Big Bear Lake is Southern California's premier four-season destination. Hidden away in the San Bernardino Mountains, Big Bear Lake is home to hundreds of miles of trails, more than 20 miles of lake shoreline, and in the winter, over 1,000 skiable acres. With such a selection of things to do in Big Bear all year long, it's no wonder that this is one of the best California vacation spots.
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Things to do in Big Bear Lake
Book your getaway house & Big Bear vacations and get ready for the vacation of a lifetime. There are some many things to do in Big Bear Lake, you'll have to come back a second time! When the weather is warm, the lake is everyone's favorite place to be. Find places all around the shore to rent kayaks or canoes, jet skis, and all types of watersports. Hiking is another great way to explore Big Bear Lake. If you were to hike only one trail in Big Bear, make sure it's the Castle Rock Trail. This dog-friendly hike is no more than a few miles round-trip, but the first half mile has a 500-foot elevation gain. Push yourself past the first part and you'll be rewarded with some amazing views of the lake. Or, if you decide to visit in winter, why not check out some of the ski slopes in the area? Snow Summit, Bear Mountain, and Snow Valley are the three resorts in the area, offering slopes and bowls for all ages and abilities. As you can see, there is truly no limit of things to do in Big Bear Lake, so what are you waiting for? Book your getaway house today!