TripAdvisor Reviews Wildwood Resort Big Bear Lake
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... owner then came out and introduced himself and joined in the conversation. Shortly after there was an almighty rumble from outside as a biker pulled up. He came in and said his hi's and shook our hands and sat and chatted to Ed. Kevin said he wouldn't travel anywhere, except maybe for Amsterdam. When we said we had been a few times, being lucky it's so close-by in Europe, he was eager to hear all about it. Enthralled by our information, he offered us a peace pipe in ...
... then travelling into the hilly ranges. Such amazing scenery with lots of windflowers. This area is beautiful and it was a pleasure to drive through it. The hostel here is pretty good and we spent the afternoon walking around and grabbing a coffee and scone at a local roasting warehouse. Finished the night of with some absolutely delicious Himalayan food, a gorgeous bottle of Californian Pinot and a few games of ...
... planned to be at Ken's at 8:00am. In all the excitement he left his racing team shirts at home, turning around he went back and got them. While Ken and Jim hustled around to get the car loaded with their suitcases and all the last minute things to do, before the 3 of them, had a great time showing Gail Wesson from the Press-Enterprise the trailer with the car inside, and sharing some of the reasons, and all the excitement, of ...
... were swept back like a delta winged jet aircraft! We didn't stay long at the dog park- that wind was cold.
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... it was a beautiful area with many gated and walled apartments and single family homes; even the shopping centers were upscale. The developed area was much larger than we anticipated, comprising of several cities that ran into each other making one continuous residential area. We had dinner at a local restaurant in the town of “La Quinta”; it was a quaint little establishment where we had a wonderful fish dinner.
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- Watch out for charges after you leave
- This place is disgusting
- Oh the jacuzzi!!!!
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41076 Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake | Hotelfrom $51
41579 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake | Hotelfrom $91
908 Pine Knot Avenue, Big Bear Lake | Hotelfrom $150
- Wonderful! It Was our 3rd Stay and We'll Be Back!
- Do not stay in Tree House Suite
- All the comforts of Home
40409 Big Bear Boulevard, Big Bear Lake | Hotelfrom $64