We were at the Big Bear House with 3 families with kids ranging in ages from 1 to almost 6. Kids had a blast sleeping in the bunk beds...common space was great for playing and kitchen was very accommodating for a large group. We didn't use the game room but if you have older kids, it would have probably ...
Very well maintained and nice and cozy. overall very nice expereince. The kids specially liked the bunk beds
The house was clean and great for entertaining the family. I would definitely stay again and recommend to my friends.
Clean, great view of lake, close to village (shopping and restaurants within walking distance) activities on site (ping pong, bean bag toss, volleyball, small pool)
I like the pool and breakfast. I don't like the big closet cabinet
It was clean and comfortable. Right in the village. Walk to restaurants and shops
I thought it is really nice how you can stay in your own little cabin, the scenery was beautiful, it was a quiet place and the staff was very friendly. The only thing i didnt love was that i couldnt lock the windows.
Figuring out what attractions to visit on a vacation is never easy, but Juniper Point is one attraction you'll be glad you put on your list.
To see it for yourself, head off the beaten track and take a trip to Big Bear Lake, which is situated 390 miles from the state capital, Sacramento.
Juniper Point has numerous accommodation options in the immediate vicinity. There are 31 hotels within a radius of just 2 miles. The Club At Big Bear Village is just 2 miles away. Also, the Knickerbocker Mansion Country Inn and the Black Forest Lodge And Cabins are 2 miles and 1 mile away, respectively.
For travelers wanting to save a few dollars, there are a few budget hotels in the vicinity. The Wolf Creek Resort and the Big Bear Lakefront Lodge are some places you should think about.
If you are hunting for somewhere upmarket to stay, the Bear Lassen Chalet is just 3 miles away.