The Mountain Christmas Boutique at Big Bear

Get ready for the holidays, Big Bear, because they’re barreling at you faster than schussing down the slopes.  Make your reservation  to spend the holidays with us now.

Speaking of the holidays, how are you doing with your holiday shopping?  Though some of us relish the idea of shopping throughout the year to call his or her list complete by November 1st, others enter the gift hunting scramble a bit later.  If you’re still looking for the perfect passel of presents, be sure you check out the 31st Annual Mountain Christmas Boutique at The Convention Center on November 27th through the 29th.  The show runs 10 am to 5 pm Friday and Saturday, and 10 am to 3 pm on Sunday.

Billed as the biggest holiday arts and crafts bazaar in the San Bernardino Mountains, this mecca of merchandise is the perfect place to fill all the boxes under your tree.   The site will be brimming with more than 50 artisans, including many new vendors this year, ready to help you find that perfect item.

MOUNTAIN CHRISTMAS BOUTIQUE

Don’t miss this huge shopping extravaganza!

Be sure you make a day out of it and enjoy food from the vendors on site, or take a walk down the street to enjoy the delicious restaurants along West Big Bear Boulevard.

Can’t make it this year?  You can still head into Big Bear Village to one of the eclectic shops to find the best snow gear, winter fashions, art, and collectables.

We hope you decide to spend a holiday weekend with us at the lake.  Thanksgiving Weekend is perfect for a quick get-away, and with the all the local shopping options, Big Bear has you covered for the best Black Friday.  So go ahead, spend quality time shopping, fishing and hitting the slopes with your nearest and dearest.  Make your reservation today!

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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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