This gorgeous waterfront home is located in a prime Big Bear Lake location which is situated in the heart of the San Bernadino National Forest.
For the skier, Big Bear Mountain Resort offers more than 190 acres of ski area for the winter sport enthusiast. Bear Mountain continues to improve the Park for the upcoming winter season with a commitment to offer one of the best freestyle terrain parks in the world. Some qualities of the park include Southern California ’s only super pipe, more than 80 jibs, and more than 150 jumps. It is always updated with new redesigns in effort to provide visitors more fun, progressive riding and skiing experiences, and unforgettable camp outs.
The home is a summer paradise with an amazing dock and lakeside sun deck and fire pit Big Bear Lake is a user-friendly lake that's great for personal watercraft, boating, wake-boarding, water-skiing, parasailing and fishing. And, don't forget kayaking and canoeing. The National Forest is great for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and rock climbing.
At true four seasons resort, Spring and Fall offers amazing scenario and weather. There are numerous hiking trails in the area that each offer unique features. The Cougar Crest Trail is a four mile (round trip) trek, one needs plenty of water on this hike. The trail is very dry but as one goes through the steep and rocky hills, they get to see a panoramic view of the lake and surrounding mountains that make it well worth the while.
The Castle Rock Trail, a two mile trek, is considered moderate for the hiker who is “in shape”. It has beautiful scenery, a running stream, a waterfall, and a fantastic view of Big Bear Lake once you reach the top. Mountain Bikers can take the Sky Chair to the top and then go back down after you choose from many of the scenic bike trails. Whether you’re a beginner or expert mountain biker, there is something for everyone. If you do not have a bike, there are some available for rent, as well as helmets too.
You won't forget the youngster in all of us when you come and enjoy the Moonridge Animal Park and Zoo, the Alpine Slide, go carts, miniature golf, water slides, arcades, Discovery Center and much, much more. Big Bear Lake also offers a great Golf course and some of the best antique stores and vintage shopping in Southern California. Unique shops, restaurants, and theaters populate the charming town Village.
Year round events include Old Miners Days, Oktoberfest, NORBA, the Renaissance Faire,Big Bear Fun Run, Antique Car Show, Corvette Show, Craft Fairs, Farmers Markets, Art on the Lake, Peddlers Market, Antique Show, Vans' Triple Crown, Nixon Jib Fest, the annual Volcom Peanut Butter and Jelly Rail Jam, Forum Young Blood Snow Board Contest, Jazz Festival, Blue's Festival, Old Miners Days and the Clementine Pageant, Loggers Jubilee, Parades, Fireworks, Home Tour, Trout Classic, Softball Tournaments, Weddings, Wood Boat Show, Star Gazing, Observatory and Astronomy—just to name a few.