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Las mejores actividades en Big Bear Lake

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Ski Area
“This is a great place to ski or snowboard. They have all kinds of classes to get you started or to tune you up. Plenty of places to eat here as well. ”
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Lodging
“A great place to ski/snowboard during the winter. This resort has more difficult trails available for experienced skiers/snowboarders than Snow Summit but both are great resorts. ”
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Zoo
“The Big Bear Alpine Zoo is a rehabilitation facility offering injured, orphaned and imprinted wild animals a safe haven, temporarily while they heal, or permanently, as they are unable to survive on their own. They have animals that you may have never seen up close. Me and my kids love to go to this zoo. ”
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Comedor
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“This popular breakfast/lunch restaurant has delicious (unhealthy) food, friendly service, and huge portions. ”
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Ski Area
“Great place for family fun. Mini Golf, Seated zipline, water slide and the Alpine Slide. 1/4 mile long bobsled-like experience. Ride the chair lift to the top of the hill and slide in your sled all the way down. Concession stand and plenty of parking.”
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Tourist Information Center
“Lots of fun for the kids and family if you enjoy nature, learning and hiking.”
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Restaurante estadounidense
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“553 Pine Knot Ave Casual setting with indoor & outdoor seating serves all-American dishes plus beer, wine & cocktails.”
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Foro musical
“Big Bear’s premier venue for bands or entertainment. They offer top talent all year round. ”
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Pizzería
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“If you like pizza and are not on a budget, this is the place for you. Nice atmosphere, but there are some pizza places a little closer to the cabin.”
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Point of Interest
“Big Bear Snow Play, once a ski hill known as Rebel Ridge, sports the longest runs in Southern California, serviced by a Magic Carpet uphill lift that eliminates the tiring uphill struggle through snow. Lift-assisted inner tubing lets parents and children conserve their energy for the thrilling downhill twists and turns and not on walking uphill!”
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Bar deportivo
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“Great place to get together and bowl a few frames. Family friendly and they offer galactic bowling on designated nights. ”
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Bar
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“Murray's has all the local flavor be sure to stop in for a beverage and a fantastic burger. ”
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Restaurante mexicano
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“There are many Mexican restaurants in Big Bear and Hacienda Grill is a good choice if you want a sit down meal and a full bar. Relatively big place with happy hour options and a big salsa bar - in addition to the alcohol bar ;)”
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Restaurante
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“This newly renovated gem in Big Bear, serves fresh fish in a rustic modern setting (think vaulted ceilings and Edison light bulbs) along with fantastic cocktails. It can get very crowded, so call ahead for reservations. They are kid friendly and have delicious mac –n- cheese. ”
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Sendero
“Castle Rock Trail is a 2.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Big Bear Lake, California that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.”
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Tienda
“Has everything you need to stick up on food & snacks. They have a good floral department and even a Starbucks inside. ”
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