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You can browse 9,401 great properties from 25 partner websites in Big Bear Lake, with prices starting at £50 a night. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo brings you the most economical offers and the most popular rentals in Big Bear Lake.
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Price and Availability Index in Big Bear Lake
Holiday Letting Price Information in Big Bear Lake
In this graph, you will find £571 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in one week of September (21/09 - 28/09).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Big Bear Lake
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Big Bear Lake. The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in January (04/01 - 11/01). In contrast, only 4% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in March (02/03 - 09/03).
The Weather in Big Bear Lake
This is the climate diagram for Big Bear Lake. July is the warmest month in Big Bear Lake, with average daily maximum temperatures of 25°. In contrast, the coolest month is December. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is June.
Strike gold with perfect holiday homes at Big Bear Lake
Cabins and holiday cottages with stunning views welcome you at Big Bear Lake. Strike gold with ideal skiing conditions at Snow Summit and Bear Mountain, whose pristine slopes offer exceptional skiing year round. Discoveries of both cultural and scientific kinds also await you at Big Bear, as do its incredible bears.
You'll be reeling from the delights of Jenks Lake
If all you want is a tranquil lake, a fishing rod and some sunshine, look no further than Jenks Lake. A deep blue, clear lake whose circumference is ringed with tall evergreens, you and the kids can enjoy some much needed rest and recuperation. Plus, they'll love reeling in rainbow trout, bass, catfish, and bluegill that you can grill up as soon as you land!
Strike gold in stunning Holcomb Valley
Named after William Holcomb who found gold here and started the largest gold rush in the region, Holcomb is a registered Historical Landmark. The Ranch lets children and young people get involved in traditional ranching, outdoor activities, and hiking in this incredible natural landscape. Even when you don't find literal gold, you'll feel like you have after discovering the scenery in Holcomb.
Ascend to majestic heights on your holiday
A gaggle of world-class athletes hail from Bear Mountain, Southern California's largest ski and snowboard education area. The innovative park includes exciting features like Red Bull Plaza and The Scene. With a futuristic snow-making system, Bear Mountain is a safe bet for ideal ski conditions throughout the season.
240 acres of pristine ski slopes surround this luxurious family ski and snowboarding resort. Exceptional instructors make learning new skills enjoyable, and you can even try out exciting new experiences like Night Skiing sessions and the dynamic Tube Park.
Moonridge Animal Park
Saving a huge variety of species since the sixties, this Animal Park rehabilitates orphaned and imprinted animals. Naturally, grizzly and black bears are important guests, but there are also cougars, wolves, and eagles among the 80 species represented at this fascinating zoo.
Big Bear Discovery Centre
It is the mission of this discovery centre to connect people to the mountains. Over 180,000 visitors flood in each year to experience exhibits, eco-tours, and special events. Concerts, theatre productions, and cultural events are just some of the exciting happenings at this interactive centre for the natural world.
Big Bear Solar Observatory
Remember the story of Icarus who flew too close to the sun? Now Big Bear Solar Observatory has the equipment needed to peer at the source of life on our planet: the sun. A six foot long new solar telescope informs research at this dynamic centre for scientific research. Be part of the Astronomy Outreach Network, and find out about the latest insights first hand.
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