Spring Weather: Be Prepared for Big Bear Spring and What to Do During the Spring Weather
Spring weather is arriving in Big Bear, which means the sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the time has come to transition from adventurous winter sports and recreation to spring and summer fun. This is a beautiful time to visit as the days are warmer, but the heat of summer hasn’t set in. Everything is fresh and green, and after a long winter, it feels good to stretch your legs and take in that beautiful, sweet Big Bear air.
Big Bear Spring Weather
Spring weather is an in-between season. While the snow has likely melted and the sun is out more often than not, it can still be pretty chilly. Rain isn’t uncommon, either. It’s always a good idea to check out the extended forecast. The good part about the cooler weather is it’s a great time of year to get active before it gets hot. Hiking is beautiful this time of year, with the wildflowers blooming and everything fresh and green.
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What To Pack
Layers are a rule of thumb here. On any given day, you could have cold temperatures, light rain, and highs in the 80s, so be prepared for all of it. Consider what activities you’ll be doing and how long you’ll be staying. It’s a good idea to pack some rain gear for unexpected showers. Base layers and a warm jacket are a good idea, but make sure you pack some warm-weather clothing, as well.
Don’t forget sunscreen, hiking shoes and something nice to wear for an evening out.
What To Do In Big Bear In The Spring?
Spring at Big Bear is chock full of fun and adventurous activities for all interests. When planning your trip, it’s a good idea to choose some activities ahead of time since tours, rentals, and reservations can fill up quickly.
Miles of wooded trails await you on the island in the sky. You’ll hike past rushing streams under blue skies, enjoying the mild, sunny weather and the gorgeous landscape. Hiking is a popular activity here, and you’ll find treks for all ages and levels of fitness.
You can fish from shore or rent a boat. The choice is yours. There are a number of companies offering fishing charters and shops selling tackle, bait, poles, and anything else you might need.
Call 909-866-0390 or visit ActionToursCalifornia.com to reserve.
Bring your ATVs, dirt bikes, or other off-road vehicles and head to the miles of off-roading trails throughout the area. Or, you can book a tour with a company like Big Bear Off-Road Experience, inc.
Choose your experience and hit the off-road trails with an experienced guide in the off-road vehicle of your choice.
42011 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Call (909) 420-5828
Big Bear Wildflowers
Spring weather is time for wildflowers, and in Big Bear, you will be treated to something unique to the area, found nowhere else in the world! Visit the breathtaking Pebble Plains to see the tiny
but colorful flowers found solely in Big Bear around Mid-May. Throughout the park, you’ll find gorgeous native blooms and beautiful landscapes.
The lake offers kayaking, wakeboarding, paddleboarding, and more. Stroll through town and visit numerous shops and more restaurants than you’ll have time to visit. Spend your nights star-gazing and your days exploring the trails, having fun on the lake, horseback riding, or off-roading. And, of course, take time to just sit and enjoy the beauty around you.
Big Bear Spring Tips
Be sure to pack warm enough clothes, first-aid kits, and medications, and always adhere to local rules and regulations. Be sure someone always knows where you are planning to be when you go out hiking or exploring.
Most importantly, bring your sense of fun and adventure!
We’ll send you pre-arrival instructions to make sure that everything is in order before coming up here. If you finished everything prior to your arrival, this would be quick. When you arrive in Big Bear, you will have to show your ID to receive your check-in instructions.