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Big Bear Lake is a mountain Lake & recreational area situated in the heart of Southern California. It lies close to Phoenix and Las Vegas. The Big Bear Lake is a gem of the San Bernardino National Forest, renowned for remarkable fishing, kayaking, hiking, snowboarding & skiing, mountain biking, and much more. Big Bear Lake is one of the ideal places for camping. There are just so many activities to do. It has many hiking trails, and during the summer, visitors can swim and enjoy boating. Boat rentals are available at the site.
During the winters, activities like skiing, snow tubing, and sledding are the most preferred. The surrounding town is small and amiable. For campfires, visitors have to get a fire permit. When leaving the campground for hiking, you should acquire an adventure pass. You can also buy the yearly pass. Snow chains are required while there is snow or ice on the roadways. The camping fees are Single site - $34.50, Holiday single - $36.50, Double Site - $67.50, Holiday Double site - $69.50, Single site with hook up - $44.50, Holiday single site with a Hookup - $46.50. The camping fee includes entry for a single vehicle, an extra vehicle fee of $7 per night.
Daily Adventure Pass : $5