4 Reasons to Visit Big Bear in November!
Yes, there is life after Labor Day in Big Bear Lake! While many residents claim to have arrived for the winters and remained for the summers, fall is truly a season to savor. Come make the most of this nearly secret, magical time of year in the mountains.
1. Snow Play and Snow Summit open!
Yep! We said it! Big Bear Snow Play is open daily for inner tubing from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Lift passes include tube rental and are $35 for all sessions. Small children 36-42” tall $20 with paying adult age 18 and over. Glow Tubing night sessions begin Nov. 29.
Snow Summit’s opening day for the 2019/20 winter season is on Thursday, November 28, 2019 with Bear Mountain scheduled to open the following day, Friday, Nov. 29. (SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER AND CONDITIONS.)
2. The Best Weather
Its our favorite time of year in Big Bear. The leaves start changing, the air is chill and crisp, and the sun is still out and shining! Crisp mornings, warm afternoons and brisk evenings are perfect for epic adventures. If we are lucky, we could have some snowfall before Thanksgiving!
There is something special about celebrating the Holidays in Big Bear Lake. The smell of the crisp air, the pine trees and the Turkey baking in the oven. If you plan on coming to a Big Bear Lake cabin rental for the holidays, we recommend booking early to ensure you get the perfect cabin for you and your family!
4. It is less crowded
There, we said it. November is the best time to sneak up to Big Bear and avoid the crowds that flock the Mountain Resorts and Village during the Summer months and Holidays. You can explore beloved trails, popular attractions and the best fishing spots with less competition and more serenity. You can enjoy a peaceful hike to the top of Castle Rock in November without running into the rest of the vacationers!