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Big Bear Region Apartments & Houses - 6 Rentals Available

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Big Bear City House

  • 4
  • 13
  • min stay varies
  • Child friendly
  • Private garden
“We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The house was clean and comfortable. It was perfect for our family getaway to enjoy the snow...”
- Review left on 12/31/2020


Excellent (80 reviews)


from $114.00 / night


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Big Bear Region Log cabin

  • 2
  • 8
  • 4 nights min
  • Beach/lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.2 mi
  • Child friendly
“We stayed for 3 days in this nice cabin. Very clean, affordable with a beautiful view to the lake. Every thing was provided inside the cabin. Extra blankets, pillows, towels, kitchen was equiped with any thing we needed. Brand new washer and dryer...”
- Review left on 03/02/2017


Excellent (5 reviews)


from $264.00 / night


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Big Bear Region House

  • 5
  • 14
  • min stay varies
  • Child friendly
  • Air conditioning

Responds fast! Avg. 1 hour 15 minutes

“The love and care the Cline's put into their "Bear-adise" is evident from the smallest detail of chapstick at every nightstand, stocked goods, first aid kits, spice selection, number of hot tub towels, adequate toiletries, and board games! Location...”
- Review left on 07/21/2017


Excellent (11 reviews)


from $974.00 / night


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Big Bear Lake Log cabin

  • 4
  • 10
  • 2 nights min
  • Child friendly
  • Private garden
“This was a cozy home that me and me and my family rented for the holidays . It was fully equipped with cooking utensils , pots, pans, plates, etc. we were extremely comfortable and enjoyed our stay . The kids enjoyed playing in the backyard having...”
- Review left on 01/03/2016


Excellent (4 reviews)


from $516.00 / night


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Big Bear City Log cabin

  • 3
  • 8
  • min stay varies
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • Private garden

Responds fast! Avg. 3 hours 52 minutes

“if you are looking for a cabin in Big Bear this is a great place. It is a straight shot up beautiful hwy 38. Inside is gorgeous with all the ammenties of home. It has 2 fireplaces with one in the master. Jim is an awesome owner and makes sure all...”
- Review left on 05/20/2020


Very Good (21 reviews)


from $114.00 / night

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Lake Arrowhead House - 19.2 miles away

  • 5
  • 14
  • 3 nights min
  • Child friendly
  • Air conditioning
  • Pet friendly



from $457.00 / night

About Big Bear Region

Inland Empire, CA Travel Tips

From stunning scenery to fast cars to a great glass of wine, Inland Empire has all the bases covered. Find Inland Empire cabins small enough for two or big enough for the whole family, and settle into this Southern California destination.

Inland Empire Climate

With its location in Southern California, Inland Empire enjoys a Mediterranean climate with relatively mild winters and hot summers. In July and August, temperatures regularly climb into the upper 90s. In December and January, temperatures typically reach the mid-60s. In Inland Empire, summers tend to be extremely sunny and dry, while late winter and early spring brings the most rain.

How to Get Around Inland Empire

To reach the Inland Empire area, plan to fly into Palm Springs International Airport, the largest hub in Southern California. Most Inland Empire cabins and natural attractions are best reached by car, and nearly all are within a short drive of state highways or Interstates 10, 15, and 40.

Top Things to Do in Inland Empire

Now largely replaced by interstates, Route 66 once stretched all the way from Chicago to the Pacific Ocean. In Inland Empire, however, Route 66 lives on in many ways. Visit the California Route 66 Museum in Victorville to see artifacts and learn how this highway shaped car culture, and stop for photos at many of the vintage destinations along the way. If you're searching for some serious speed, make your way to the Auto Club Speedway, which features Nascar, exotics racing, and even racing schools.

Inland Empire is known for its spectacular scenery, and Big Bear Lake is one of the most popular spots to take advantage of the terrain. Ski and snowboard in the winter, hike and bike in the summer, and spot wildlife all year round.

After all that action, take a break in Temecula Valley Wine Country. Known as a top producer in Southern California for more than 40 years, the Temecula Valley offers everything from Chardonnay to Syrah. Taste your way through the valley, and end your visit with a stroll through charming Old Town Temecula.

Best Places to Eat in Inland Empire

Whether you're looking for a great diner, a burger joint, or a juice bar, you'll find it in Inland Empire. Hit a healthy note with Organic Fusion Teahouse in Apple Valley, where you can fuel up with your choice of organic teas, smoothies, and juices, along with Japanese snacks like takoyaki balls and fried tofu.

In Barstow, grab a quick breakfast of huevos rancheros at Lola's Kitchen, or treat yourself to a hearty pupusa at Café Las Pupusas. Get your grub on at Burger Depot in Lucerne Valley, a mom and pop spot with burgers, onion rings, and an old fashioned cherry Coke. For a truly unique experience, stop in Amboy, a celebrated ghost town where Roy's Motel and Café is located.

With great hiking, stretches of open road, and an impressive wine selection, Inland Empire has something for all types of travelers. Book your choice of Inland Empire cabins, and use it as a home base to explore this diverse region of Southern California.
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