Big Bear Lake Weather
We are looking forward to another spectacular week in Big Bear. With the sun shining bright, Big Bear Lake is the place to be this week.
Monday, July 25- Mostly sunny with a high of 80° and a low of 53°
Tuesday, July 26- Sunny with a high of 76° and a low of 47°
Wednesday, July 27- High of 75° and a low of 49°
Thursday, July 28- High of 77° and a low of 52°
Friday, July 29- High of 79° and a low of 51°
Saturday, July 30- High of 79° and a low of 52°
Sunday, July 31- High of 79° and a low of 52°
What to do this week in Big Bear
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday July 25-26-27– Visit the Los Vaqueros de las Montañas Rodeo Grounds in Big Bear City this week to cheer on theOld Miners’ Junior Rodeo, which is a new spin on the popular children’s events from years past. Watch a comical 3-day Donkey Softball Tournament and a comical Burro relay where contestants make breakfast, stake a claim, and pan for gold before reaching the finish line. The real challenge is trying to get those stubborn Burros to cross the finish line!
Thursday, July 28– Fishing in Big Bear Lake is always a fun and relaxing way to spend a Thursday. Whether you fish right off of our docks, head over to Stanfield Cutoff, or rent a boat and head to the dam, you are sure to catch something good to eat.
Friday, June 29– Every Friday night from 5-8 PM enjoy family entertainment, great shopping, restaurants, arts and crafts fair, live music and more in Big Bear Lake Friday Nights in the Village.
Saturday, July 30– The Big Bear Mountain Music Festival is the talk of the town for this weekend where you’ll hear a variety of great music. The National Forest Association delivers a knockout line-up of mountain music performed by some of the best bands in Southern California. Enjoy a twilight experience in an intimate setting of pines with some of the best sounds of traditional and progressive music featuring Brian Lynn Jones, Sligo Rags, The Salty Suites featuring Scott Gates and more. Proceeds benefit forest restoration, environmental education and responsible recreation initiatives of the National Forest Association. Tickets are $20, Teens (13-18) are $10, 12 and under FREE. Dogs on leash welcome. $5 Parking at Discovery Center Lot. FREE parking and shuttle at Meadows Edge Lot. For more info visit www.nationalforestassociation.org
Saturday, July 30– Old Miners’ Spaghetti Western Murder Mystery Dinner Theater & Closing Shindig at Wyatt’s. Participate in “Deal Me Dead,” a lively Old West murder mystery dinner theater and become part of the action of meatballs, mayhem and murder. Be a key witness in a Spaghetti Western murder mystery, get plenty of good food, solve a dastardly crime for prizes and be part of the unforgettable closing gala for Old Miners’ Days 2011.
Sunday, July 31– It’s always fun to stay an extra day in Big Bear! This is the day to relax and enjoy the real beauty of Big Bear. After the hustle and bustle of the weekend you may see our resident duck family right at our lake front. ‘Mama Duck and her ducklings” is one of the many beautiful nature scenes that guests watch and enjoy.
Our next post will feature the Tour De Big Bear! We have the scoop.