Mallard Bay Resort

Address: 214 Lagunita Lane, Big Bear Lake, California, 92315, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 214 Lagunita Lane, 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

      It's time for some kicks on Route 66

      A travel blog entry by damel on Oct 12, 2014

      25 photos

      ... orange glow and warmth behind us. As we weaved our way up the mountain the temperature started to drop rapidly, and suddenly I was shaking and the heater was on… we still had the top down of course. Once we reached the top it was pitch black but we could see the edges of the road clearly marked by large snow markers. We had arrived in Big Bear.

      The air was crisp and fresh and I was still shaking, it was maybe 10 degrees and quick adjustment down from the ...

      Happy New Year!

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jan 01, 2013

      28 photos

      ... industry. At first Shields gave lectures in the garden on how the fruit is pollenated, protected from the elements and harvested by Palmeros, all by hand. Palmeros are highly skilled workers who perform their trade with the use of ladders, climbing gear and hoists. The lectures evolved into a slide show that was replaced with a 15 minute movie that still plays today. He developed hybrid dates, the blonde and the brunette, that even today are ...

      DHS History and a Little Resort Tour

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 17, 2012

      11 photos

      ... state historical site after his death in 1965. The town was founded by L. W. Coffee on July 12, 1941. Desert Hot Springs became a tourist destination in the 1950s because of its small spa and boutique hotels. Today the city has 25,000 residents.

      I promised a tour of the resort, so here goes. Sands RV and Golf Resort is a large RV park loaded with amenities. 520 spacious RV sites are divided by privacy ...

      So it all begins

      A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Sep 04, 2011

      1 comment

      ... to do what they need to do in order to succeed. It's been interesting to see all 750 of them start off their college experience and remember when I was a freshmen. I do not envy the first year students since it is an awkward time but part of me misses that initial excitement and opportunity to explore a new place. Who knows how long the novelty will last but I can say it's bittersweet to see none of the less.

      Dashing Through the Snow on Showshoes

      A travel blog entry by skyescott on Dec 26, 2010

      26 photos

      ... the tours are weather dependent and if it had not been for the snow last night apparently there wouldn't have been enough snow to go snow shoeing.

      The scenery was so so beautiful - like a winter wonderland! Meredith was a lovely girl, so nice! She did a great job of explaining the trees etc in the forest. Dan was a fan because she was carrying snacks - a really salty mix of nuts and M&M's - eww!

      Although Meredith said we'd only go on a short ...