This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$135 - $145 per night 2 night min stay
$270 per night 2 night min stay
Arrowbear Lake Travel Tips
Arrowbear Lake Vacations Rentals Are for Snow or Sun
Nestled in the San Bernardino Mountains, Arrowbear Lake is a small community in a pristine setting full of crisp air and beautiful scenery. Located near three major ski/snowboard resorts, including Snow Valley, Arrowbear Lake lodging is a great choice for your winter wonderland vacation. In addition to hitting the slopes, you can snow tube on the local hillsides, build a snowman with your kids, ride a snowmobile, or attempt to snowshoe the powder-covered terrain.
Summer pastimes might be even more plentiful. Take advantage of Arrowbear Lake vacation rentals’ proximity to two giant lakes—Big Bear Lake and Arrowhead Lake—where boating, fishing, jet skiing, and swimming, and whatever else your family likes to do at the lake, can be reached in less than a half hour. You can bird or nature watch, rock climb, hunt, or simply sit and enjoy the escape from the city.
Lots of Hiking Options in Arrowbear Lake
Inland Empire vacation homes boast great weather—not too hot, not too cold—perfect for heading out into nature on foot. Lace up your sneakers and hike the many nearby trails including Miller Creek Trail or Pacific Crest Trail. For a challenge, try Dry Lake Trail, a nine mile path with good amounts of uphill for sturdy backcountry types. If your feet or tired, or you want more time to soak in the mountain views, try riding a horse up the mountain side instead.
The Bonus of Arrowbear Lake Vacation Rentals
Not all Arrowbear Lake lodging is the same. Avoid the stuffy resorts and book a comfortable and unique home away from home that takes advantage of the surrounding beauty. Rather than stay in a hotel where a car is needed to access the outdoors, you can stay at nature’s doorstep—possibly on the lake or among the trees—and relish the true beauty of the mountains.