Big Bear Lake in the winter

New Year's Resolutions

Posted: 01/09/18

Maintain your New Year’s Resolutions while visiting Big Bear.

Stay Active!

If you're visiting and want to stick to your workout routine, head for the trails for miles of National Forest routes that wind through wooded hills, seasonal streams, lush meadows, and more! Explore Hiking & Trails.

Carve up some fresh powder at Snow Summit and Bear Mountain! Big Bear Mountain Resort is open with appropriate COVID-19 precautions in place.

Snowshoe Big Bear in the winter months

Healthy Eats!

If keeping to a healthy diet is your number one, many of Big Bear's local eateries offer healthy meal options including vegan and vegetarian entrees. Big Bear has grown to include an incredible range of cuisines from Nepalese to Thai, Chinese to Japanese, French to Italian, Mexican to Hawaiian, pizza to pub grub, steak houses to seafood, fudge and ice cream to baked goods, and much more. Explore Restaurants Takeaway options.

Keep Your Mind Active!

Current travel restrictions may have put your vacation on hold, but your mind can still wander endlessly with a good read! Curl up in front of the fireplace or find a quiet spot in the forest to dive into that novel or self improvement book you’ve been neglecting.

Enjoy one of Big Bear's outdoor scavenger hunt experiences and get to know some fun history! Explore Scavenger Hunts.

Snow in The Village in winter

Stay on a Budget!

Visiting Big Bear doesn't mean you have to break the bank. Numerous options are available to save on lodging, dining, shopping, and fun!

Explore Special Offers.

See these blog entries on fun and budget friendly Big Bear activities: