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Located on the north shore of Big Bear Lake, this learning center features educational exhibits and hands-on activities regarding the natural environment and wildlife in the region.
The Big Bear Alpine Zoo is a rehabilitation facility offering injured, orphaned and imprinted wild animals a safe haven; temporarily while they heal or permanently as they are unable to survive on their own. We are extremely proud that 90% of all the animals brought to us for rehabilitation are successfully released back into their native environment.
The Alpine Slide attraction is California's only authentic bobsled ride. Take a scenic chairlift ride to the top, then hop on a specially designed sled and control your own speed down a 1/4 mile long track. In the summer enjoy a refreshing double Water Slide. Also available are Go-Karts and an 18 hole miniature golf course. Parents pay, only if they play!
|Single||$20 1h||$35 2h||$55 4h||$85 8h|
|Double||$30 1h||$50 1h||$75 4h||$100 8h|
THINGS TO DO DURING YOUR STAY IN BIG BEAR
Head along a wide variety of terrains on several trails, all with spectacular vistas. Escape from the traffic and congestion of the city - where the pavement ends and the "Real West" begins.
One of six solar observatories in the world, this one is here because Big Bear experiences more than 300 days a year of sunshine. Located on North Shore Drive, just west of the Big Bear Ranger Station.
The Champion Lodgepole Pine Trail is an easy one-mile round trip hike located on the south side of Big Bear Lake. The trail features a wet meadow and mature conifers including the largest recorded lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) in California! The self-guided trail has 14 numbered posts that correspond to an interpretive guide which is available at the trailhead.