Things For Families To Do In Big Bear
Moonridge Zoo - about 1.5 miles away at the base of Bear Mountain
Big Bear Discovery Center - about 2 miles away on the north side of the lake
Village Movie Theater - on Pine Knot Avenue conveniently located downtown
Alpine Slide - Alpine/water slide, miniture golf, go-karts, nine cam-am racers
Bowling Barn - on Lakeview Blvd. in the heart of downtown area
Bear Mountain Resorts Golf Course - golf course, driving range and clubhouse
Old Miner's Days - Summertime Celebration
Time Bandit - Big Bear's pirate ship lake tours
Big Bear Funplex - Bowling, lazer tag, arcade, ice skating, 18 hole blacklight miniature golf, and pizza in downtown area
Copper Q - Free cooking demonstrations on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Great ambiance for designer coffee and esquisite baked goods or for a quick breakfast or lunch in the heart of downtown.
Champion Lodgepole Pine Trail - beautiful forested trail, a 45 min walk through a sub-alpine forest to Bluff Meadows. See one of the worlds largest Lodgepole Pines in the world over 440 years old.
Bluff Lake Preserve - beautiful ecological preserve accessible daily May 1st - November 1st. Pack a picnic and plan to enjoy time hiking, bird watching, and enjoying the natural beauty of this hideaway in the forest.
Big Bear Museum - experience local gold mining history, Native American exhibits and artifacts, and a furnished authentic 1875 log cabin. Open Memorial Day weekend through early October. Check their website for hours.
Heidi's Consignment Upscale Resale - a unique and fun shopping experience to find that special gift or treasure.
Plus...hiking, horseshoes, fishing, swimming, horseback riding, lake boat tours, mountain biking, tennis, eagle watching, sky chair, parasailing, skiing, sledding, basketball, etc.!!!
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