Big Bear RV Parks

Holloway’s Marina & RV Park

Holloway’s Marina & RV Park sits lakefront with 115 RV sites with full hook-ups. An onsite marina offers boat, kayak and paddleboard rentals. Holloway’s Marina is also home to the Pirate Ship, set sail for a 90-minute tour aboard the Time Bandit.

Big Bear Mobile Estates and RV Resort

Big Bear Mobile Estates and RV Resort offers friendly, worry-free service in a beautiful location. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway, or a permanent vacation home, Big Bear Mobile Estates and RV Resort is determined to make you a happy camper.

Big Bear RV Rentals

Big Bear RV Rentals is the only trailer rental company that will deliver RVs to your campsite. BBRVR is a family run, locally owned business and the only RV rental company allowed to deliver to Forest Service campsites in the San Bernardino Mountains.

A couple chats inside a camping RV in a surrounding forest.

Tent Camping in Big Bear Lake

Serrano Campground

Serrano Campground is just steps from the lake and offers 109 campsites for tent or RV camping. Electric is available on select sites.

Pine Knot Campground

Pine Knot Campground is tucked away in a forested area with 48 tent and RV sites. This is a great family campground with access to hiking and mountain biking trails.

Holcomb Valley Campground

Holcomb Valley Campground features 19 tent camping sites. Each site has a fire ring, picnic table and bear box. Pit toilets are available but no showers or plumbing so bring your own water.

Group Campsites

Group Campsites accommodate up to 40 campers and are perfect for large family campouts or clubs. Amenities include a BBQ, picnic tables, fire ring and pit toilets. No water or electric, so bring your own. Max of 8 vehicles per site.

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Holcomb Valley Ranch

Big Bear's new boutique camping experience awaits at Holcomb valley Ranch, a 400-acre oasis on a private ranch surrounded by National Forest and a vast meadow of roaming horses. Please inquire at the Ranch for info on toilets, showers, and other amenities.

A family spends time together and roasts food over a campfire in Big Bear, CA. A green forest surrounds their campsite.

Yellow Post Sites

Yellow Post Sites offer a rugged camping experience. About a dozen sites in the valley are available for free on a first come, first served basis. For 8 guests/2 cars, campers can stay for two weeks max. You will need a California Campfire Permit to use the fire ring. Picnic tables are available but no restrooms or water.

Find Yellow Post Sites on the North Shore of Big Bear Lake.

Find Yellow Post Sites on the South Shore of Big Bear Lake.

Equestrian Camping

If you're bringing your own horses to town, research these campgrounds designated for horseback riding:

Three riders enjoy a sunset horseback ride along a Big Bear trail.