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Our brand new Summit Ridge Cabin is located 2 blocks to Snow Summit ski resort and minutes to the lake, park and Village! This Big Bear cabin rental, has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, new furnishings, and a game room with a pool table. The large master bedroom features a king size bed, cable TV, full bathroom with sunk in bathtub and separate shower. The second bedroom features 2 full/full bunks with its own cable TV/DVD. The third bedroom features a queen size bed.

The entertainer’s kitchen is fully equipped with all stainless steel appliances including refrigerator, dishwasher, and microwave. The dining area has an extra large log table with plenty of space for your whole group. The family room includes a Plasma television with high definition, cable TV with movie channels, DVD, CD player with stereo, Playstation 2 game system and a full fireplace with a ledge to sit on.

Our cabin rental also includes a washer and dryer and outdoor basketball hoop. There is a table and chairs, and a full-size charcoal BBQ on the large outdoor deck. The yard is fully fenced for your pet. Like all our homes for rent in Big Bear your cabin rental includes all of the linens, including down comforters, at no extra charge to make your stay easy, convenient and most of all enjoyable. High speed, wireless Internet access and long distance telephone service is included at no extra charge, just in case you need a break from the fresh mountain air!

Maximum Occupancy: 10

Rental rates are in US$ Dollars and are subject to change without notice.
Minimum stays apply, please contact us for applicable minimums. Holiday rates are higher.

Dec 1 Mar 31 Daily 10 $250
Apr 1 May 31 Weekdays 10 $145
Apr 1 May 31 Weekends 10 $165
Jun 1 Aug 31 Daily 10 $175
Sep 1 Nov 30 Weekdays 10 $145
Sep 1 Nov 30 Weekends 10 $165

Additional Fees: There is a $150 refundable security deposit, 8% tax, and $75 cleaning fee.

General Directions for Summit Ridge Cabin.

From Los Angeles and Orange County:
Interstate 10 east to the Running Springs Highway 30 exit in Redlands. Follow Highway 30 to Highway 330. Highway 330 later turns into #18 and will bring you all the way up the hill. Once you see the dam stay on the right side of the lake and follow the road to Big Bear Lake. #18 will turn into Big Bear Lake Blvd. Follow signs through main village and remain on Big Bear Lake Blvd. #18. Approximately 1/2 mile from Village, you will turn right Wren and left on McWhinney.

From San Diego County:
Interstate 15 North to Interstate 10 and follow above directions.

From Palm Springs:
Interstate 10 West and follow above directions.

From High Desert:
Interstate 15 to Victorville. Exit Bear Valley Road East to Lucerne Valley, Right on Highway 18 up the hill. Once on top of the hill you will see the "Dry Lake". Just follow the road and you will stay to the right of it. Turn left on to Greenway. At the light turn right onto Big Bear Blvd. Follow the road through Big Bear City into Big Bear Lake. Turn left onThrush and right on McWhinney.

Directions To Grocery Stores:
There are two major grocery stores in Big Bear Lake, Vons and Stater Bros. They are located across the street from each other. From the cabin make a righ on Big Bear Blvd. and about 1 mile down you will see Vons on your left and Stater Bros. on the right. There is also a Blockbuster Video in the same mall as Stater Bros. There is also a Big K located on your left side before you reach Vons.

Directions To The Village:
Make a left on Big Bear Blvd. and a left on Pine Knot. Pine Knot is the main street for the village.

Directions To Ski Areas:
Snow Summit: Make a righ on Big Bear Blvd. and a right at the first light which is Summit Blvd. about an 1/8 mile you will be in the parking lot of Snow Summit.
Bear Mountain: Make a right on Big Bear Blvd. Go to Moonridge Rd. and turn right. Stay on this road and follow the signs to Bear Mountain.

About Big Bear Lake

Big Bear Lake, California, lies in a valley, unsurpassed in mountain beauty, towering pines, sparkling streams, hidden lakes and abundant wildlife. Surrounded by the San Bernardino National Forest, Big Bear Lake is a year-round playground for winter and summer sports enthusiasts, as well as a refuge for city dwellers to relax and enjoy the beauty of the majestic pine trees that cover the landscape, the abundant wildlife, the wildflowers in the spring, and the snow in the winter.

To the millions of tourists who visit this forested paradise every year, Big Bear Lake offers world-class snowboarding, skiing, hiking, biking, boating, fishing and entertainment for the whole family. In the winter, the area is a favorite with young and old who come to play in the snow - making snowmen, sledding and tobogganing are just some of the fun things to do. Big Bear Lake is located in San Bernardino County about 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles (approx. 2 hours drive), 111 miles from Beverly Hills (approx. 2 hours 20 min. drive) and 29 miles from San Bernardino (approx. 45min. drive).

History of Big Bear Lake

In 1845, Benjamin Wilson was on an expedition to the Mohave River. When he passed through the San Bernardino Mountain range he accidentally discovered the mountain resort now called Big Bear. The name was not always Big Bear though. It was originally named Bear Valley. The name was made because of the many grizzly that roamed the area. The area was full with animals. Grizzly bears, beavers, birds, and many other animals attracted more and more people to Bear Valley for gaming. Little time passed and gold was discovered in nearby mountains. This triggered a small gold rush in the Bear Valley. Enough prospectors came to Bear Valley in the hunt for gold and silver ore the Bear Valley Mining District was founded.

Phone: 800-770-2210
Fax: 818-449-0409
Email: info@bigbear-cabin.com

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