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Big Bear Lake

Big Bear is an idyllic summer golf destination for those seeking to get away from the hectic pace of everyday life and reconnect with nature, adventure and relaxation amidst stunning mountain peaks and lush alpine meadows. Big Bear, California located just a few hours from Los Angeles County in the San Bernardino National Forest is easily accessible from major metropolitan areas but feels like an entirely different world.

Activities abound in the area, there are several great things to do at Big Bear Lake including pontoon boat tours, sailboat cruises, kayaking, water skiing, jet skiing, fishing and more. On land there’s mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking, camping, take a scenic sky chair ride at Snow Summit or race down the alpine slide at Magic Mountain.

Golfing is also a major draw in the area. Big Bear Mountain Resort houses a 9-hole mountain style course found at the base of the resort in Moonridge Meadow. The course is fairly easy and suits players of all ability levels. The driving range at the Bear Mountain Golf Course is a great opportunity to get in some practice before tee-time. The 300-yard driving range is located on the north end of the golf course. Proper attire is required. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations are recommended as it is a popular destination during the peak summer months. Check the categories and activities sections for great deals and discounts on golf vacations at Big Bear Lake, California.

There are abundant dining options in the area. From casual diners and cantinas to higher-end gourmet meals found at the Big Bear Clubhouse or at several of the delectable steakhouses in the area, there’s also international cuisine, quick grab and go spots, not to mention numerous quaint roadside cafes. Whatever the taste or budget, visitors will find something to satisfy. There is also a plethora of lodging available in the area. Since the region is massively popular during the summer months look out for great deals and discounts on vacation packages in the area. There are budget motels, camping, luxury lodges, romantic b&b’s and quirky inns, the area is replete with a wonderful array of accommodations.

Getting to Big Bear is easy, it is two hours from the greater Los Angeles area, largely along major highways. From Los Angeles take Interstate 10 East to the Running Springs Interstate 210 North exit in Redlands. Follow Interstate 210 North to Highway 330 To Highway 18. From other points take major roads to Highway 18. Big Bear is simply a gorgeous area with plentiful activities and great dining and lodging options along with a host of amenities that help to make a vacation at Big Bear, California absolutely priceless.