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About Lake Arrowhead

Nestled a mile high in California’s scenic San Bernardino Mountains, Lake Arrowhead is the perfect destination for appreciating natural beauty and it can be enjoyed all year, regardless of the season. It’s a scenic escape from downtown Los Angeles less than 90 miles away and caters to everyone from families to lovebirds. For your stay, choose from a variety of Lake Arrowhead cabin rentals as they offer great views, space for adults and children alike, and privacy that can’t be beat.


Lake Arrowhead is a unique Southern California location because it experiences four distinct seasons. During the summer months, high temperatures generally reach the 80s and are significantly cooler than cities along the Valley floor. In the winter, daytime temperatures hover around 50 degrees and some 80 inches of snow fall between November and March. Tucked away in the wild, Lake Arrowhead vacation rentals are ideal for enjoying the fresh, mountain air and comfortable temperatures.

Things to Do

Although spending time outdoors at Lake Arrowhead is a given, the season often affects what activities are available. During the warmer months, hikers can enjoy a variety of trails that vary in difficulty. A portion of the challenging Pacific Crest Trail runs through Lake Arrowhead, and the Deep Creek Hot Springs Trail leads to hot spring pools that families can enjoy. Other popular activities open to the public include water-skiing and kayaking and the Arrowhead Queen Lake Tour is a great way to view the surrounding beauty via an elegant paddlewheel boat. For animal-lovers, Wildhaven Ranch gives visitors a chance to see local wildlife up close and personal. During the colder months, pristine slopes draw avid skiers and snowboarders to the area. Resorts like Snow Valley and Big Bear are also within driving distance.

Shopping & Dining

The Lake Arrowhead Village is the hot spot for shopping and dining, and it’s the commercial hub where visitors can stock up on essentials for their Lake Arrowhead vacation rental. The village’s charming Swiss chalet-style buildings have earned Lake Arrowhead its nickname as “The Alps of Southern California.” Here, the streets are lined with factory outlets and waterfront boutiques. For fine-dining, The Grill at Antlers Inn has a cozy atmosphere perfect for a romantic evening. Kids will love the pizza at LouEddies and a walk through Willow Woods Park will make any wait for a table fly. If ...

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Top 10 Activities in Lake Arrowhead

Top 10 Activities in Lake Arrowhead
From the cool breezes whispering through the statuesque pines to the soft sounds of the water lapping at the lakeshore, a trip to Lake Arrowhead in California is a delicious collection of year-round natural wonders.

The Arrowhead Queen Lake Tour

The best way to see the lake is from the water. This paddlewheel boat and crew will take you on a narrated tour of the lake. Tickets are $16 for adults.

Hang Gliding and Paragliding

Another great way to see the area is from the bird-eye view of hang gliding or paragliding. You can select single gliding or ride in tandem with a professional.

Fun in the Snow

This area offers many ways to enjoy the winter weather, from skiing at nearby Big Bear to snowboarding, cross-country skiing, and tubing.

Fun on the Water

Lake Arrowhead is a private lake with homeowner access only with a few exceptions. Visitors may access the lake through the Arrowhead Queen Lake Tour or by waterskiing through the McKenzie ...

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72 hours in Lake Arrowhead

72 hours in Lake Arrowhead
Located high in California's San Bernardino Mountains, Lake Arrowhead is popularly known as "The Alps of Southern California." This hotspot for nature lovers has plenty of activities for every season. Use this three-day itinerary as your resource to exploring the scenic wonders at Lake Arrowhead.

Day 1: Winter Skiing and Summer Hiking

Located in San Bernardino National Forest, Lake Arrowhead offers no shortage of skiing opportunities. The best known is Snow Valley, featuring 200 acres of snowy slopes. Thirteen lifts transport skiers of every level to a variety of trails. Expert skiers should head straight for the high peaks of Schighridj, while beginners can start out on the well-groomed slopes at The EDGE Terrain Park.

When the weather is warm, a hike through the Lake Arrowhead area is the perfect way to explore nature. You'll find 500 miles of hiking and many trails here, ranging from easy to expert. Trails range in length from a quarter ...

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