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Fall Fun in Big Bear Lake

Enjoy some of the best Fall color in Southern California. For the true beleafers, this is the best time to visit Big Bear. The Falltacular is Big Bear Lake's celebration of pumpkin spice everything, the glory of sweater weather and all the ways you can enjoy this wonder-fall time of the year.

Please Practice Respect
We ask that all guests commit to keeping Big Bear Lake safe for everyone to enjoy. Masks are required when entering local stores and restaurants, and we urge everyone to social distance whenever possible. Please be respectful of any rules businesses have in place, they are meant to keep staff and patrons safe and to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Leave No Trace
Whether you're enjoying a lake-side picnic, a scenic hike, or fishing trip excursion, please remember to leave no trace by taking your trash with you. Garbage left in the forest or around the lake is not only an eyesore, but harmful for local wildlife and can lead to fines! Together we can keep Big Bear beautiful and sustainable for generations to come.

Falltacular Fun!

Oktoberfest celebrates 50 Years!

Oktoberfest reservations are now available, however current guidelines for social distancing mean this year's capacity is very limited. Reservations are first come, first serve and must be reserved in advance. This year's Oktoberfest will also be limited to outdoor seating.

Fun at Gold Rush Mining Adventures!

All October long view a different kind of color this fall season! Precious gemstones at Gold Rush Mining Co. reveal a bounty of incredible colors.

Fall Deals Too Good to Pass Up!

Discover ways to save when you plan your fall getaway to Big Bear Lake. Click HERE to search lodging offers as well as money saving deals throughout the Valley.

Crowded trails? Consider an earlier start time.

Popular trails in Big Bear Lake were heavily trafficked during the summer. Parking at trails such as Castle Rock is limited, and parking in turn-outs far away from the trail-head create dangerous situations. Consider exploring another trail or starting your hiking adventure at an earlier time to avoid overcrowding and hazardous parking.

Fall in Love with Big Bear Lake