Big Bear Cozy Cabins

Address: Big Bear Lake, California, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located in Big Bear Lake, is near Big Bear Lake, Moonridge Animal Park, Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain, and Big Bear Discovery Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake

      Windy Again!!

      A travel blog entry by tradition on May 13, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      Wind seems to be the story here in the west in the spring especially. The view out our window could be St. Maarten! Very, very windy, sound of waves crashing on the beach, mountain in the background..... Watched a little boat this morning, we think he was fishing, flying across the water at 5 knots without sails OR his motor on. Got seasick watching him. This isn't a huge lake and the wind is relentless and looks like it will be until we leave... (Sigh). We had hoped ...

      A Glorious Day

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 24, 2012

      3 photos

      ... reached into a clear sky before. On the eve of this Holy Day could this be a message from Our Lord?

      The wind died down to a dull roar for a few hours then came back roaring like a lion. The wind finally died down after dark. We like wind but not when the wind blows so hard that our dog's ears don't resemble delta wings on a jet aircraft.

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      May 27, 2012

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 27, 2012

      10 photos

      ... a valley surrounded with shear rock walls and piles of rocks that kept the area hidden from local ranchers and was rumored to be the hideout of cattle rustlers. After a picnic lunch we headed to “Keys View”, at 5,185 feet it was the highest point in the park accessible to the general public. It was a long drive up the mountain, but the views from the top made it all worthwhile; we could overlook the valley far below that consisted of Palm Springs and ...

      Terrain Tuesday - Skiing Day 2

      A travel blog entry by skyescott on Dec 28, 2010

      11 photos

      Tuesday 28 December 2010

      Today we woke up early and decided to have breakfast at Starbucks on our way to Bear Mountain. I was surprised by how good my breakfast was - wholemeal wrap with spinach, feta and egg white inside, yum!

      Given the weather reports are saying 'severe weather' tomorrow with 100% chance of snow, we decided to duck back to the cabin and grab our lift passes for tomorrow in the hope we could get a refund. ...

      Im done with the semester!

      A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Apr 29, 2010

      ... everyone and being done with finals (we had nothing to really worry about!!) I totally kicked butt in Bunco (Mrs. George you would be proud.) Overall it was a nice way to end the semester and say goodbye to people who are not staying for May Term (which as of now I am registered for a child development class but am trying to get into a biology class-I want to get it out of the way.)

      Now we have a week off in between ...