The flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and it's time to explore the natural majesty of the San Bernardino Mountains. Come springtime, the rejuvenation of life is literally all around our four-season Big Bear vacation resort. While there's still time left for skiers and snowboarders in the early spring, most outdoor enthusiasts will take to the trails by foot or mountain bike.
When not enjoying the restful atmosphere of one of the most popular vacation resorts in California, you'll discover a world of fun hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, playing on a Big Bear golf course, picnicking in a beautiful park, fishing the pristine lake and soaking up plenty of radiant sunshine. Check out all these springtime activities for your Big Bear vacations:
4WD Off-Roading - hop in a custom four-wheel drive Pinzgauer for an afternoon of thrills and amazement.
Alpine Slide - mini-golf, go-karts and more excitement awaits you at Alpine Slide, one of the most visited attractions in Big Bear Lake.
Baldwin Lake Stables - respected stables provides guided horse riding excursions from one hour to half-day.
Bear Valley Bikes - full-service bike shop will have you on the trail in no time.
Bear Mountain Golf Course - a scenic, 9-hole mountain-style Big Bear golf course
Boating - there are ample resources for both renters and boat owners looking to spend an afternoon on Big Bear Lake.
Mountain Mobile Massage & Spa - relax in luxury after an energetic hike.
Big Bear Hiking - discover miles upon miles of scenic hiking and biking trails for enthusiasts from beginners to experts.
Parasailing - make your heart race and get an unforgettable perspective on the Valley by parasailing Big Bear Lake.
Snow Summit - even without the snow, this friendly California ski resort has fun to offer. Take an awe-inspiring lift ride overlooking the entire valley.
Wildflower Tours - immerse yourself in the verdant beauty of the Valley with a tour hosted by the Big Bear Discovery Center.
Big Bear Marina - the best mountain lake fishing and water sport adventures in Southern California
Note: When driving to Big Bear Lake during the late fall, winter and early spring seasons, always be mindful of the current weather and road conditions. Although it is not always required that they be equipped, you must have tire chains on you when driving. This is both the law and a reasonable safety precaution. Click here for the latest weather and snow conditions.
Join us for remarkable spring weekend getaways in California and watch the world come alive. All this and a refreshing stay are yours at Northwoods Resort and Conference Center, a fine Big Bear resort.