Halloween in Big Bear

Now is the time to come to Big Bear Frontier for the most beautiful array of fall colors that nature brings this time of the year.  When you drive to heights of 7000 feet you will enjoy Autumn colors of red, yellow, orange and brown.  The weather is still 68 degrees in the daytime while the evenings cool off for you to enjoy the ambiance of the fireplace in your room or cabin.

Autumn in Big BearBefore the snow starts to fly and the skiing enthusiasts begin arriving we take time out to enjoy Halloween activities here in Big Bear. As soon as the weather is cold enough the slopes will begin blowing snow, but there’s still plenty to do and see. Visit  www.bearmountain.com  for an up to the date report on the weather, the snow report and when the slopes will open. Until then, here are some of our favorite Halloween activities.

Halloween Events

  • There are still two weekends left to visit the Big Bear Haunted House. Open October 21-22 and October 28-30.
  • Trick or Treat in Big Bear on Halloween night. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. the downtown streets are closed so that more than 100 village merchants can hand out candy to trick or treaters.
  • Visit the Moonridge Zoo On October 29 from 1-5 p.m. for their Boo in the Zoo event and you could win a prize for best costume.
  • On Saturday, October 29 visit the United Methodist Church for its annual Halloween Carnival. Children of all ages are welcome to this family friendly activity.
  • If you don’t have a pumpkin yet you can pick the perfect pumpkin at the Bonnie Blue pumpkin patch. Pumpkins are free and you’ll enjoy music, treats and a costume contest with prizes.

If you’re spending Halloween weekend with us at Big Bear Frontier make your reservations now and mention our blog for a 10% discount.

Happy Halloween!

Hilda

About bigbearfrontier

Nestled among the giant pines, our comfortably shaded resort stretches from Big Bear Boulevard to the water’s edge of the lake. We have everything from jacuzzis to fireplaces with views of Big Bear Lake.
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