Road Conditions & Traffic - Big Bear Lake
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Free printable driving map to and from Big Bear Lake - How to drive another route to Big Bear Lake other than hwy 330
All Roads Are Currenlty Open
Other driving directions and routes to Big Bear Lake
Take 330 (Front Side), HWY 38 or HWY 18 to Big Bear Lake - 3 Ways Up To Big Bear Lake
There are three routes to choose from when traveling to the Big Bear area. It is a good idea to choose your route
depending on weather conditions and day of the week, and remember to always carry chains in your vehicle when
traveling in the mountains during winter.

(Click on Free Printable Map Below) - Remember ALWAYS CARRY CHAINS in the Winter & Spring months
ALL ROADS TO BIG BEAR LAKE ARE CURRENTLY OPEN

From The Los Angeles Area to Big Bear Lake:
Take Interstate 10 East, to the Orange Street exit (Hwy. 38) in Redlands. There is a stop sign at the bottom of the off ramp, continue
straight 1 block to Orange Street, turn left. After approximately 1 mile turn right on Lugonia Ave (Hwy. 38). Follow Hwy. 38 through
Mentone to the mountains and follow signs to Big Bear.

From Orange County, South Bay Area or Inland Empire to Big Bear Lake:
Take the 91 East (or the 55 North to the 91 East), to Interstate 215 North, to Interstate 10 East, to the Orange Street exit (Hwy. 38). Follow
above directions.  

From The San Diego Area to Big Bear Lake:
Take Interstate 15 North, to the 215 north, stay on the 215 north throughout the 60 West / 215 north merger, to Interstate 10 East, to the
Orange Street exit (Hwy. 38). Follow above directions.   

From The Palm Springs Area to Big Bear Lake:
Take Interstate 10 West to Yucaipa. Take the County Line Road off-ramp. Turn right. Follow County Line Road to Bryant St. Turn left.
Follow Bryant St. to Hwy. 38. Turn right onto Hwy. 38 to the mountains and follow signs to Big Bear.
Spring Bear & Easter Vacation Destination is Big Bear Lake
About 2 hours from anywhere in Southern California!
3 Easy Driving Routes to Big Bear Lake (Click On Road Sign For Road Conditions or Caltrans Logo for Driving Link)


Driving directions to Big Bear Lake from Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Palm Springs, Riverside, San
Fernando Valley, Malibu, Laguna Beach, Palmdale, Redondo Beach, Costa Mesa, Anahiem, Newport Beach, Lake
Forest, Rialto, Santa Ana, Tustin, Laguna Hills, Victorville, Ontario, Pasadena, Northridge, Hollywood, Burbank,
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