Tag: Vacation

Here’s What’s Happening in Big Bear Lake

Big Bear, CA, January 2nd, 2015 – Once again, Yahoo Travel has listed Big Bear Lake as one of the Top Ten lake vacation destinations in the country!  As we start the new year, here are just a few of the fun things you can do in this pristine resort community; The Big Bear Jeep Experience gives customers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to get behind the wheel of a high-performance Jeep for some thrilling 4 x 4 action in the backwoods. Action Tree Rope Climbing Tours offers a new outlook for outdoor adventure. Experience Big Bear’s pine forest from a completely different perspective with the only...

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Big Bear Lake Ranked 4th In Trip Advisors Top Winter Vacation Getaways!

Big Bear, Ca, December 7, 2011, 9:00am – Big Bear Lake has been ranked on Trip Advisors “Top Winter Vacation Rental Getaway Destinations” for 2011.  The ranking was based on TripAdvisor’s vacation rental inquiry data for the winter months. Big Bear Lake ranked 4th in the top 10 list of winter vacation desitnations. Trip Advisor stated that the draw for Big Bear is that it is situated within a two-hour drive from Los Angeles, and stated that our valley  is a scenic winter wonderland.   Also in the top 10 were the cities of South Lake Tahoe, Breckenridge and Vail Colorado, and Park City Utah.  Rick Shoup, President and CEO of the Big Bear Lake Resort Association told KBHR that the Resort Association is thrilled to be in the top 10. In a recent online search of basic phrases such as ski vacation packages, and ski vacation, nationally Big Bear searched in the top 10 each time, even being placed as the third place spot nationally.  Shoup also told KBHR that one of the reasons Big Bear is ranked so high is that it is affordable, close to many large cities, and that the Resort Association offers ski and lodging packages.  For more information on lift and lodging packages, go online at www.BigBear.com. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP31221.mp3|titles=Trip Advisor Rank 4 December...

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Sheriff Encourages Residents With Mail Boxes To Collect Mail Everyday

Big Bear, Ca, October 20, 2011, 12:00pm – Last week a resident of Big Bear city in the Shay Meadows area woke up at 2:00am, and noticed a person outside trying light a fire.  Deputies were called, but the suspect fled before they arrived, and as it was dark outside there is no description of the suspect.  Deputies found that the suspect had collected mail from cluster mailboxes in the Shay Meadows area, and attempted to light the mail on fire.  Some of the mail didn’t burn and was returned to owners.  The Big Bear Sheriffs department encourages residents with cluster mailboxes to collect their mail everyday, and to have mail held at the post office if you are going on Vacation.  The Sheriffs Department also added that residents leaving on Vacation can stop by the Sheriffs Department and fill out a form to have their home checked on while you are away.  This is a free service from the Citizens on Patrol, and they will drive by your home, and walk the perimeter of your home every day that you are gone on Vacation up to 30 days a year.  For more information on this service call the Sheriff’s Department at...

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