Cozy Cabin w/Spa/ Walk to National Forest!!

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Description from the owner

  • Cabin
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: Cabin

Cozy Cabin w/Spa/ Walk to National Forest!!

Are you looking for a home away from home? A cabin that is nestled close to the National Forest? A cabin that is kept clean, clean clean? A cabin that is so peaceful you don't want to leave? A cabin you can hike from in the summer and snowshoe and sled from in the winter? A cabin that seems to be away from the crowds, but really isn't? Than this is your cabin!! This beautifully remodeled 1060 sq. ft. cabin is a stones throw away from the National Forest, and has the best sledding hill available to locals only since there is no street parking in the winter!

******The large paved driveway can accommodate 3 cars, or two cars and one boat. ...Read more

About the owner

Susan E.

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Cozy Cabin w/Spa/ Walk to National Forest!!
Sugarloaf, California

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The neighborhood is quiet, calm and serene with the National Forest and hiking a stones throw away, and there is even a newly remodeled beautiful park with fitness stations at the bottom of the cabins street. In the winter a perfect sledding hill is located 5 houses up the street, just bring a sled! The Big Bear area is a 4 season resort so there are ski resorts up and running in the winter (they make snow if necessary) and in the summer Big Bear Lake can't be beat. The cabin is within 5.5 miles of the lake and 6.8 miles of the ski resorts. The paved driveway can park 3 cars very comfortably. It is truly a peaceful haven from busy city life. Sitting in the swing on the covered front porch gives you views of the mountains and trees while you are being entertained by the squirrels, woodpeckers and blue jays. The backyard patio has a spa, table and a BBQ, just bring briquettes and lighter fluid. Please call the owner at if you want an earlier check-in or check-out to see if it is available, we always try to accommodate. Between Memorial Day and Labor Day there is a museum close by that has gold panning for the kids and a real blacksmith shop for your enjoyment. Big Bear has a cute shopping area called the Village. In it there are numerous stores, restaurants, yoga and a movie theater that shows first run movies. At Christmas it is very nicely decorated, it really seems like Christmas, we try to make it to see the arrival of Santa Claus each year. There are two ski Resorts open in the winter, Bear Mountain and Snow Summit, you can buy a dual lift ticket and go to both. Snowshoeing in the National Forest is one of our families favorite winter sports. Big Bear Discovery Center is a wealth of information and a fun place to visit. Their you can get wilderness and adventure passes, ideas on where to hike, shop in a great little souvenir store, talk to Forest Service people, and have your children attend many little classes on Saturday. The Discovery Center has great photo opportunities as they have a bronze bear in the front that entices the kids to climb it and the adults to take pictures!! The Discovery Center just opened a new Discovery Zone for children so be sure to check it out. Check out the summer concert series also. You have two major grocery stores to choose from in Big Bear, along with a couple of major drug stores. There are a couple of small gyms available if you want to work out inside. There are even restaurants that you can drive your boat up to their dock and enjoy a nice meal. Our family has decided that the Big Bear area has the best hiking hands down. From the Pacific Crest Trail, to Cougar Crest Trail, to Greys Peak, to Sugarloaf Mountain, to Gold Mountain, the list never seems to stop. The mother of all hikes is the San Gorgonio hike that takes you to the highest peak in Southern California, a whopping 14,499 feet!!! If you don't like to hike on trails, walking up and down the peaceful streets looking at all the different types of cabins is very entertaining in the Big Bear Area. There are three different ways to get up to Big Bear mountain, the front side, the back side and through the desert. I like to take the desert way once in a while because the transformation from desert to mountain scenery is amazing.

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Lake nearby, Mountain nearby

Getting There

Car is recommended



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