Bluegreen The Club at Big Bear Village - 32911
May, 18 2023
Resort: Bluegreen Vacations Big Bear Village
Property ID: 32911
Unit Number: Vary
Property Points: 5000 Points
Property Weeks: Floating Week
Property Usage: Annual
Property Sleeps: Varies
Bedroom Size: Various Size Suites
Location: 40671 Village Drive, Big Bear Lake, California , US
What you'll love about The Club at Big Bear Village:The Club at Big Bear Village in the San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California is idyllic, remote and replete with exciting alpine adventures. Enjoy everything this outdoor paradise has to offer on your next Bluegreen vacation to Big Bear Lake. Experience the best of rustic elegance during your stay in a spacious 2-bedroom suite or 3- or 4-bedroom Presidential suite designed to pamper from 6 to 10 guests in luxurious comfort and style. Suite features include full designer kitchens and baths, oversized tubs, master bedrooms, separate living and dining areas, fireplaces, washer/dryers, balconies and more. If you like to stay active, this beautiful destination is for you. Take a big deep breath of fresh mountain air and get ready to play. From water skiing, wakeboarding, ziplining and pontoon boat rentals to snow skiing, horseback riding, kayaking and guided helicopter tours, you’ll never be at a loss for things to do. Back at the resort, fire up the grill on your balcony or prepare a home-cooked meal in your designer kitchen. Unwind with a relaxing soak in your oversized tub, then kick back with your family in front of the large flat-screen TV with a movie, or just enjoy a cozy evening by the fireplace. And don't miss out on the great resort amenities, including a seasonal outdoor pool, private fitness center, and billiards room.
Design Your Ideal Getaway to Big Bear Lake:The snow-capped peaks of the San Bernardino Mountains rise rough and rugged to the east of the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles, formed by tectonic plates shifting along the San Andreas fault. The vast San Bernardino National Park encompasses over 800,000 acres and is home to some of the greatest biodiversity in the state. In the midst of this natural beauty is the charming mountain town of Big Bear Lake, tucked along the south shore of the lake that shares its name. Outdoor recreational opportunities abound in this alpine region of stunning mountain vistas and towering forests. Lose yourself in natural splendor on a hike or horseback ride along a forested path. Spend the day exploring the shoreline by canoe or kayak, challenge yourself to water skiing or wakeboarding, or just spend a lazy afternoon angling for rainbow trout, largemouth bass, black crappie and more. Wintertime here brings out skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels to challenge Big Bear’s slopes. If Big Bear looks like a scene from a movie, it’s no coincidence. The area has long been a popular location for filmmakers and Los Angeles is just a few hours away. Plan a day trip to L.A. to get a glimpse of the famed Hollywood Sign and cruise down the Walk of Fame to see the names of stars shining on the sidewalk. If time permits, don’t miss a side visit to the city’s cultural gems of Chinatown and Olvera Street.
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