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|Celebrate July 4th 2013
at the Lake
BIG BEAR LAKE, CA
One of the largest firework
displays in all of Southern
California and it's Free!!!
Rent a boat, jet ski or take a lake
cruise. Have a BBQ at one of
our many public parks - enjoy
over 22 miles of lake shoreline.
Free Fishing July 3rd in Big Bear
Bring your fishing pole, family
and friends this July 4th!
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|13th Annual Tribute to America & Our Veterans
Featuring the Bear Valley Community Chorus
Calvery Chapel July 2nd and 3rd at 7:00 pm - Free
(at Knickerbocker & Village Drive Just East of the Village)
This Fourth of July thousands gather around the Big Bear Lake 22
miles of shoreline to witness one of California’s top-rated
fireworks spectacular displays.
This fireworks spectacular shoots off top-of-the-line fireworks that cascade over
the lake creating a brilliant display of colors. It’s a lengthy show of 30 minutes in
duration, and can be viewed from a boat, around the lake and throughout Big Bear
Valley. Come enjoy the 4th of July in mountains around Big Bear Lake and the
cool summer temperatures (around 78 – 82 degrees) and beat the heat of Los
Angeles. Bring your boat up to the lake for a ring side view of the fireworks!
|Did you know that Big Bear Lake has one of the Largest Firework Displays in Southern California!
The Big Bear Lake fireworks show can be viewed from almost anywhere in Big Bear Lake. Enjoy the warm temperatures of Big Bear on the
Forth of July, fireworks over the lake, live music and concerts this 4th of July weekend. Looking for something else to do over the weekend
while you enjoy your holiday weekend stay in Big Bear. Bring your boat up to Big Bear Lake, stay at Mallard Bay Resort with lake front view
cabins, large outdoor courtyard, and get Free Boat Dock Use with your stay!
|Big Bear Lake California
July 4th Fireworks - Live Music - Parades - BBQ's
The Big Bear Lake mountain community is no stranger to planning a
party, and the 4th of July is no exception when it comes to fun! July
4th Weekend this year is a 4 day holiday summer weekend of BBQ's,
Concerts, Swim Beach, Fishing, Lake Cruises, Para Sailing, Camping,
Kayaking, Hiking the trails of Big Bear and Big Bear Lake.
Big Bear Lake has one 5th Largest Firework Displays in all of
California for Free & For Your Entertainment!
Whether you are fishing, boating, hiking or relaxing, explore all that
Big Bear Lake has to offer for the family from outdoor activities to 22
miles of shoreline.
Make your reservations Early for the 4th of July Holiday Weekend for
the Best Lodging Rates and Best Selection!
The fishing for trout in Big Bear Lake has been excellent the past few
weeks with limits or near limits caught daily from the shoreline and
from the boats. Come take a lake cruises this weekend.
|4th of July Fireworks On The Lake in Big Bear California
Big Bear Lake has on of the largest fireworks displays in all of Southern California
which can be seen from miles around from Big Bear Lake, Big Bear City and all of
the surrounding mountain tops! Enjoy the beautiful reflections of the firework
display as they are launched over the lake with dazzling colors and the sounds of
music. Since Big Bear Lake does not have to contend with all of the city lights and
traffic that a firework display has in Los Angeles, Orange County or San Diego, it
makes Big Bear a ideal location, great family setting and perfect temperatures.
Plan to make your summer vacation plans in Big Bear Lake California early this
year, whether enjoying the many campsites that surround Big Bear, lakefront
hotels and resorts like Mallard Bay Resort, the Lagonita Lodge or the Best
Western Plus Chateau Plus hotel. Big Bear Lake has plenty of activities for all
ages from lake cruises, fishing, baseball fields, summer camps, boating and
kayaking. Enjoy free movies on the beach, bike riding the trails of Snow Summit
and Bear Mountain, or try a Zipline or a Big Bear Off Road Adventure.