As part of the San Bernardino National Forest, Big Bear has some of the most breath taking views you can find in California. This popular destination features dozens of trails, each offering a unique experience. Many of these trails feature spectacular scenery, in all seasons. For example, the Polique Canyon Road offers breathtakingly picture-perfect views of Big Bear Lake and the surrounding mountains.
The Big Bear area is also home to some of the best off-road trails you can find on the west coast. Whether you prefer challenging and rugged trails or something a bit more maintained, it is definitely a place for the off-road enthusiast to visit.
If you are up for a rugged challenge, John Bull Trail is the perfect off-road experience. Widely considered to be one of the most challenging trails in the area, it is only for the most serious of off-road enthusiasts. Heartbreak Ridge is also a challenging, rocky trail. The White Mountain Trail is another great choice if you are looking for a difficult, and yet doable trail. You will not encounter many boulders, but the trail is narrow, and close to a drop most of the time. It is best to explore this trail with a co-pilot in your off-road vehicle, in case you need to back up and need a pair of extra eyes.
The weather in Southern California is near perfect, thanks to the higher elevation. The days are sunny and pleasant, but not too hot. Plus, the wide range of landscapes makes it easy to experience everything from mountains to the desert on the area’s many varied trails.Getting away from the beaten path and enjoying the solitude of the more secluded areas of Big Bear can be extremely enjoyable and relaxing. But, for those times when you do wish to rejoin civilization, the area offers many events and things to do and see. No matter the season, you will find festivals, holiday events, music, and even the Big Bear Alpine Zoo. The area offers something for everyone, whether it is off-road adventures, camping, or family fun adventures for all ages — especially the children.
If you are looking for camping facilities, the Big Bear area will not disappoint. The Big Bear campgrounds are operated by the U.S. Forest Service. Plus, the valley abounds with other RV camping options. Whether you will be driving your own camping trailer, or choosing to rent one, the Big Bear area is the perfect place to get away from civilization and enjoy the great outdoors for a while.
RV rentals are also a very popular option in the Big Bear area. This option is perfect for those who do not own an RV, or those who prefer not to drive or tow them across the country. Whether you choose to go with a camping trailer, or a motor home, you will arrive be able to enjoy some of the comforts of home, while still “roughing it”.
Call us today to inquire about Big Bear RV Rentals (909) 451-3337.