A Holiday Vacation Primer – What to do at Big Bear Lake

Cabins covered with snow at Big Bear Lake

We have the snow ready for your holiday trip to Big Bear Lake…

We can’t wait to see so many of you up here at Big Bear Frontier for the holiday weekend! There is so much going on over the next two weeks, and with the winter weather, we are sure you’re ready to hit the ski slopes and enjoy the snow! Many of you are travelling from points nearby in Southern California, like Los Angeles and San Diego, but we will have some visitors from across the country! Taking a vacation during the holidays can be a great way to relax and enjoy family bonding time, but it can require a bit more planning. Below, we have put together a few tips on what to do when you are celebrating holidays far from home.

Big Bear Lake Weather

Tuesday, December 18 – High 59°, Low 37°
Wednesday, December 19 – High 39°, Low 13°
Thursday, December 20– High 44°, Low 16°
Friday, December 21 – High 46°, Low 18°
Saturday, December 22  – High 46°, Low 22°
Sunday, December 23 – High 44°, Low 24°
Monday, December 24 – High 44°, Low 21°
Tuesday, December 25 – High 47°, Low 21°

Tips for Celebrating Holidays at Big Bear Lake

Santa comes to Big Bear too

Just because you will be away from home does not mean Santa won’t come and visit. For fun, have your children write a letter to tell Santa where they are going to be for Christmas. That way your children know Santa will be informed. Wrap your gifts ahead of time before you get ready to leave for vacation, so you don’t have to worry about them while you are packing for the trip. If you have room in your car, bring a small tree and some decorations, or pick some up here in Big Bear Village to make your cabin or hotel room feel festive for the holiday.

Avoid Stress, be Jolly on the Road

The holidays are always a busy time of year. Remember that even though travelling can be stressful, it is a festive and happy time of the year. Keeping a positive attitude while travelling can help reduce stress on the road or in the air. Stress can be dropped even more by checking all your reservations a day or two in advance, and leaving earlier than you need to so you have time in case there are any unforeseen emergencies. You’ll also want to make sure you have a charger in your pocket or purse. You never know when your phone or other device you need might run out of battery.

Family time at Big Bear

Picture this: you are settled into your cabin at Big Bear Lake, you have all the decorations up, and you can enjoy the best gift of all: spending time with your loved ones. Make sure you bring a camera to take pictures of your ski trips, dinners, natural beauty, and other fun you will have while you are in Big Bear. It is a great time to make memories that will last forever, so go out and explore the area. Your children should understand beforehand that this trip is part of their gifts, so they might be getting fewer gifts from Santa. Just make sure they have a few things to open on Christmas day!

We have plenty of snow on the ground and the cabins are ready and waiting for all of our guests to come and spend a great holiday here. You can start planning your next trip up to the mountains now as a future gift to yourself, but do it soon! January and February will be full of incredible snowboarding events and people trying out all the new equipment they received over the holidays. Happy Holidays and safe travels to all!

-Laura

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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