Carved wooden bears

Inspired Big Bear Shopping

Posted: 11/02/17 | By Hannah K

Big Bear Lake Village offers an eclectic collection of shops perfect for those looking to find something unique for everyone on their big bear shopping list. Check our out holiday gift ideas.

Shopping. In Big Bear. In The Village. At the ski resorts. From Big Bear souvenirs to beautiful works of art; unique mountain fashion or something beautiful for your home. You’ll find inspiration while shopping in Big Bear Lake. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

The Village in Big Bear Lake.

With a nod to mountain living, in an alpine winter setting, you’ll find trendy fashion, hand-crafted jewelry, local arts and crafts, toy stores, candy shops, and beautiful gifts for the kitchen and bath.

Ski Shops.

Big Bear has a lot of them. Look for the latest in ski and snowboard gear. Find goggles, gloves, sunglasses and the hottest skiwear to kick-off the winter season.

Mountain Bike Shops.

Big Bear has become a mecca for mountain biking. Local shops carry mountain bikes, fat tire bikes and road bikes along with all the accessories needed to thrill your two-wheeled techies.

Big Bear Sporting Goods Stores.

Look for specialty fishing gear, hunting gear, camping gear and outerwear. Perfect for the person who enjoys actively exploring the great outdoors.

Wooden Bear Carvings.

Big Bear is known for custom carved wooden bears.These artisans also create wooden eagles, raccoons and elaborate totems. Perfect for vacation home owners and people who love truly unique local crafts.

Gift Certificates - The list is long.

Grab gift certificates for the ski lifts or snow tubing. Treat someone to a helicopter, zipline or Jeep tour. Give a gift certificate for dining at one of our local restaurants. If you really want to splurge, a night or two of lodging in Big Bear would be an amazing gift for friends or family to enjoy a winter getaway in the mountains.

The Village in Big Bear has free parking with over 600 parking spaces in five city lots located on Bartlett Rd., Knickerbocker Rd., Pennsylvania Ave., Alden Rd. and behind the Oakside Restaurant.