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Die besten Parks in Big Bear Lake

“Not your typical zoo!!! This place doesn’t cage animals for show, they’re actually a rehabilitation facility offering injured, orphaned and imprinted wild animals a safe haven, temporarily while they heal, or permanently, as they are unable to survive on their own. Whats also great is that the wild life there are all local to the Big Bear surroundings.”
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Tourist Information Center
“Sizable visitor center offering nature-based exhibitions, eco-tours, an amphitheater & trail maps.”
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Ski Area
“Year round fun. Water slides, Alpine sled slide, go carts, miniature golf, snow play.”
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“I proposed to my wife here. We went for the sunrise and it was absolutely magical. ”
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“A great hike for most abilities with stunning views. Go early or late to avoid crowds. ”
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“Many visitors pass Boulder Bay on their way into Big Bear. It's a nice park to visit, have a picnic and feed the ducks in summer, or have a snowball fight in winter. Free parking; family-friendly.”
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“Paved path along the north shore of the lake along and through tall pines and junipers. Really great for walking or biking. Good for kids and dogs. ”
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“Tree-shaded area in San Bernardino National Forest with picnic tables, BBQs & a community fire ring.”
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“16.25-acre park on Big Bear Lake offering sports courts, ball fields, a playground & picnic tables”
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“Pine Knot Trail to Grand View Point is a 6.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Big Bear Lake, California that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.”
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“This is a short, easy, circular trail on the north side of the lake that begins and ends at a parking lot. This is a great path to walk after lunch — definitely dog friendly. Note: A $5 US Forest Service parking pass is required to park in the lot, but there is free street parking along Stanfield Cutoff nearby, perfect if you also plan to fish or stroll along the lake.”
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“Nice, moderate, dog friendly with great views. Home of the local eagles...”
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“Place to take the pups for some running and good clean fun. Large and small breed specific sections. Good dog livin people.”
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“Year Round Rentals for outdoor adventure Skiing, Snowboarding, Biking, Kayaking & Paddle Boarding!”
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“Cozy local park featuring lake access & views, plus shade trees, a manicured lawn & playground.”
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