It’s easy to understand why Big Bear homes have many different appeals to many different people. A lot of people who buy up here remember their vacations in Big Bear Lake, CA and want to pass on the family tradition.
Some people are outdoorsmen who love skiing in the winter and mountain bike riding and water skiing in the summer. Some people just want a place to escape the hustle bustle of city life for a just a little while. Whatever you are looking for, Big Bear has it.
Big Bear boasts not one, but two of the best ski resorts in Southern California. Both Snow Summit and Bear Mountain are centrally located in the valley, so no matter what area of Big Bear you live in, the slopes are just a short jaunt away. If you live in Southern California and want a real ” White Christmas “, Big Bear is the only place to be.
If the snow is sparse for the year, the resorts have their snow-making machines pumping out fresh powder around the clock. When the snow piles up on the roads, you might get a little worried about getting around in your car. But never fear, the city is on the case and clearing traffic before you’re even ready to step foot outside in the morning.
Big Bear is the right place for those who love all four seasons. Our summers are warm and sunny, but not to warm like some other cities in Southern California. Big Bear Lake is awesome for fishing, bike riding and trail adventures. Most of our recreation areas are open to the public. Big Bear Lake’s water use is also public unlike Lake Arrowhead which has limited access.
There are free public launch ramps with free parking lots available for day long fishing trips on the water. And Big Bear Lake is a prime location to catch some mean fish. The water is restocked on a regulars basis, with some real prize-winners.
Big Bear Lake, California is a true mountain paradise. I could go on all day about all the things I love about the lifestyle, people and culture up here. It is just a heart-warming place to call home.
Please visit any time ou have the chance and you will see just what I mean. You might love it so much that you want to live up here for good. Big Bear Lake is always happy to welcome a new neighbor.
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