Sleepy Forest Cottages

Address: 426 South Eureka Drive, Big Bear Lake, California, 92315, United States | 3 star lodge
 
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This 3 star lodge, located on 426 South Eureka Drive, Big Bear Lake, is near Snow Summit, Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain, Big Bear Discovery Center, and Champion Lodgepole Pine.
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      Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake

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      A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Apr 17, 2013

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      Nice Relaxing Day

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 16, 2012

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      ... br>
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      Whatever will be, will be

      A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Oct 07, 2011

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      The start of something wonderful...

      A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on Feb 05, 2011

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      ... end of it all. There's a rough draft to our plans (chasing the warmer seasons around the US, counter clockwise), but we want to see where the road takes us. We are throwing caution to the wind, a bit, by not having any set dates. If we love a place, we stay longer. If we hear of a place that's a must see, we go. We get bored, we move on. After all, we are traveling by RV and have no reservations.

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      Paying Respect

      A travel blog entry by thesairs on Jan 08, 2011

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      ... first came into being back in 1917. By 1918 the Airfield contained 12 hangers, six barracks equipped for 150 men each, mess halls, a machine shop, post exchange, hospital, supply depot, an aero repair building, bachelor officer's quarters and a residence for the commanding officer.

      Training contiued at March Field until 1921 when budget cuts forced the closer of the base. The base would reopen in 1926 ...