Cabins4less

Address: 39252 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, California, 92315, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 39252 Big Bear Blvd, 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

    Days 8-12: Gary Frackin' Numan & California

    A travel blog entry by numanoids on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... on his phone. I didn't think they were that bad. My brother and Michelle absolutely adored them. This last show of the tour was a special one, indeed, Gary invited Nine Inch Nail's Robin Finck to rock the heck out with them on stage and it was so very cool. The entire performance was fantastic. Now I know why my brother goes out of his way every few years to follow this guy around on tour. I've loved Numan and his music since I was a little girl, but now I ...

    Big Bear Lake

    A travel blog entry by beckybrookes on Aug 08, 2013

    13 photos

    ... did until Lauren and I got bored and decided to play bat and ball instead! And then a little duck decided to come say hi so we got the left over bread from the car and fed the ducks hehe very childish afternoon! We had a 4 hour drive to our next destination, Hanford, so we set off late afternoon to make our way north towards Sequoia National ...

    Cabot Puelbo Museum

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 29, 2012

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    ... that while digging this well he had to stand in buckets filled with water so he wouldn't burn his feet.

    He dug another well 600 yards away which produced cold water. These hot and cold water wells, one on either side of the infamous San Andreas Fault, would form the basis for subsequent development of the Seven Palms Valley, and Cabot Yerxa would become known as “The Father of Desert Hot Springs.”

    After serving in WWI, he returned to the ...

    Nice Relaxing Day

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 16, 2012

    5 photos

    ... we come away with the desire to follow the teachings of Jesus.

    After church we took a little tour of downtown DHS. We looked down into the valley and were treated to a spectacular display of the sun's rays shining through the clouds over Mt. San Jacinto. Yes, God is looking down on us today!

    We spent the rest of the day exploring the resort. Our list on things to accomplish today: Find the driving range and golf ...

    'White Christmas' Day

    A travel blog entry by skyescott on Dec 25, 2010

    ... trees covered in snow - very pretty.
    We headed back into town and had lunch at Subway before heading over the Action Zip line tours office ready for our 1pm tour. Apparently we were the only 4 people booked on the tour until yesterday, and now the group was at its maximum at 14 people.

    http://www.actionziplinetours.com/
    We watched the safety video and loaded into the vans to head out to the entrance to the ranch before jumping into 4WD ...