Pet Friendly Hotels in Big Bear Lake – A Great California Getaway
The Vintage Resort
Pet friendly hotels in Big Bear are plentiful as are the activities you can enjoy with your furry pal in this Southern California mountain town. Visit our Big Bear Lake for listings of everything from pet friendly hotels in Big Bear Lake to hiking trails to pet events.
Pet Friendly Hotels in Big Bear Lake
Big Bear Lake has more than 11 pet friendly hotels that will welcome your pet with open paws. Unlike so many pet friendly hotels, The Vintage Lakeside Resort has no restrictions on breed or size. Rooms come with a terrace, and you can enjoy the shore view right along with your four-legged companion. It’s a 3-star hotel with plenty of amenities. The Vintage Lakeside Resort is just a short 10-minute walk to the Village Faire lined with chic shops and restaurants.
Pets always stay free of charge at the Lakewood Cabins. This four-star hotel pampers pets with cozy beds and tasty treats along with food and water bowls.
Two pets with an 80 pound limit are allowed at the Best Western Plus Big Bear Chateau. This three-star hotel serves up pet beds and water bowls for its furry patrons.
Pet Friendly Restaurants and Things to Do
There’s no need to dine alone when you’re Big Bear Lake. Nottingham’s restaurant has an outdoor patio called Camelot’s Courtyard, and small pups can even lounge in the seats. At Kujo’s, pets are absolutely loved. There is a reserved area for pets complete with a pet menu, food and water. You’re sure to enjoy the fare too. Big Bear Lake has many restaurants to choose from. You can find a list of pet friendly restaurants and everything else that’s pet friendly on the Big Bear Lake Travel Guide – developed exclusively for pet owners.
For some outdoor fun, the Grand View Point Trail is any easy six-mile hike for leashed pets in the San Bernardino National Forest. If you’re in the mood for a shorter hike, just take Mill Creek Road. The Woodland Trail also offers pet-friendly trails with a scenic self-guided tour of the woodland area. For some splashing fun, all of the beaches along Highway 36 are pet-friendly and can be easily accessed through the Alpine Pedal Path. All this may be found on our Big Bear Lake page.
If you’d like to find more hiking trails along with maps, take a visit to the Discovery Center in town. There’s always a water dish right outside in the lobby for pets. While you’re downtown, take a leisurely stroll with your pet along the quaint streets. Some merchants even have water out for your thirsty pup.
With a fetching choice of pet friendly hotels in Big Bear Lake along with so many pet -friendly attractions, you and your loyal companion are destined for some great quality time together. Big Bear books early during the holidays and ski season especially. Start your search for pet friendly hotels in Big Bear now to make sure you get the best deal. Then just sit back and relax and think about the fun you’ll have.