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27 RV Parks near Big Bear City, California
Aug 2005 - $28.00
Absolutlely my worst RVing experience. Run by n beer drinking, power-tripping manager. Spaces too small for 37' RV. Caters to long term residents. Go up the street to Big Bear Shores or Serrano campground. - darthfadar
Jul 2005 - $35.00
The campground is family owned and operated. Every member of the family is friendly and very helpful. The store is always well stocked and they dont rip you off with high prices for last minute items you forgot at home. They go above and beyond to help you find your space, get parked and help you get level and make sure that your site is clean before you go into it. They enforce quiet time strictly, have clean bathrooms and showers, its just a nice place to stay. I have gone there 2-3 times a year during the summer for the last 5 years and will continue to go there as long as I will be RVing. - bushey562
Oct 2019 - $55.00
this s very small RV campground with just the basic amenities. If all you need is a quiet place to park your rig while you explore the wonderful country side then this is the place for you. - squaredancer
Aug 2018 - $32.00
This is our second summer spending a month here. The $32 rate reflects $1,000 including utilities. We like it here. Very friendly management and staff make you feel welcome. Sites have ample room between them, though not private, and some are a little tricky to get into for big rigs. The sites toward the back are quieter but have no view except into the forest, while the sites near the road are noisier but have more of a view across the valley, which is nice for watching the summer monsoon storms, so those are fine if you are an early riser anyway and don't care about road noise waking you up. Some sites are treed, while others are open, with a paved pad, mostly level, surrounded by dirt with sparse vegetation. Each has a picnic table and most have fire rings. The loop road was repaved in 2018. We don't use camp facilities but restrooms seemed very clean, as did the laundry room (2 washers 1.25, 2 dryers 0.35). The 50 amp utilities and camp wifi worked well; our T-Mobile and Dish came in great (some may have issues in treed sites). It's about 1/4 mile from the lake, which is probably why it fills up after the lakefront facilities. As a cyclist that's not a major issue since I can get to the fabulous 3-mile Alpine Pedal Path along the lake in just a few minutes, cutting through the elementary school across the street. It is so pretty I ride it at least once a day, and can also easily access the bike routes through the rest of town. This is ride BB1 (and BB3) in enCYCLEpedia Southern California. - enCYCLEpedia
Jun 2018 - $60.00
This is a nice, if rather small, RV park. The site we had was a good size overall, with a somewhat narrow - but very level - asphalt vehicle pad. With no bushes or anything right next to the pad , there was effectively unlimited space for our slide-outs. As shown in the park's web site photos, there isn't much in the way of privacy between spaces. But that also lends a fairly open feeling to an otherwise small property. Except for the pads themselves, the sites are mostly dirt with gorgeous mature pines scattered throughout the park. We were near a WiFi repeater that provided enough signal and bandwidth to stream 1080p movies. The bathrooms & showers here are pretty much the cleanest ones I've ever seen at an RV park. The park is just a couple minutes' drive to Big Bear City, the Discovery Center, hiking, skiing, off-roading, etc., so there's plenty to do nearby while visiting. Park utilities were all good, though a bit more water pressure would have been nice. Overall, I think this is a great little campground to stay at while exploring Big Bear. I look forward to staying here again! - pantherjeep
May 2019 - $220.00
Luxury RV park on the shores of Big Bear Lake in California and you will pay for it! We thought it was expensive many years ago when passing through the area and paid $75 a night to be on the lack. Now a private RV resort, the owners rent out spaces of all different prices. We go up there only about once every ten years and thought we would splurge. Some of the spaces on the water are over $300 a night. Very nice roomy spaces with lots of furnishings you can use. But no WiFi at those rates. We had a partial view of the law. Huge ponderosa pine trees all around and very picturesque, however we noticed a large number of spaces for sale, about one our of 4 maybe. Some asking over $400,000 on the lake. Lodge is closed to renters. Curbs are very steep and produce a "bump" when backing in. Should be shallower but are not. - Mexicanpiloto
Aug 2018 - $90.00
This is the third time we have stayed in this RV Resort on the North Shore having previously stayed at another RV park on the South Shore of Big Bear Lake for many years. If you prefer spotlessly clean, wide pads, space between neighbors, there is no other option than this RV Resort in or around Big Bear Lake. The other park we use to stay at has gravel sites and very little privacy between other RVs and the other two or three other options at the Lake are way substandard in comparison, or though less expensive. This is not however a wild tail gate party type place except on 4th of July and it also isn't a let the kids run wild type place and play in the streets type place, more quiet, older, friendly people, this because all the sites are privately owned. We rented directly from an owner and that's why we got a lower price than advertised through the rental office which rents for owners at advertised prices of $125/night off the lake and up to $300/night right on the lake. We stayed 6 weeks this trip and will definitely come back again. Nice towns nearby with national supermarket, hardware stores, restaurants etc. National Forrest surrounds the resort just outside the gate. Boating, fishing, hiking, weekend events in the village all within 2 to 5 miles. - Dennis T.
Aug 2014 - $80.00
Beautiful location, right on Big Bear Lake. However, it's a few miles from town. Each space is privately owned, from basic to elaborately developed. Sites are large. We chose our site based on photos on the website, but we're disappointed to find out the BBQ was out of service, no cable or Internet available (unless you want to walk up to the office, get a password and use theirs). The owners of our site, #55, must of had a hard line sewer connection because the connection was located 12" above grade in a planter bed, making it difficult to drain my tanks. We would stay there again at a different site, only after verifying the all amenities are available and working. - Recycled
Aug 2019 - $58.00
Stayed in the RV loop with hookups. Park was quiet and clean, had senior discount so was very reasonable for our 2 nights. Easy in and out with plenty of room at site for 32 foot MH and tow car. They say that the only place to hook/unhook is at the dump area which makes it a little inconvenient if a couple of rigs in front of you. If you’re going to dump, do it when hooked up at the sight before leaving as it is a $10 charge at the dump station. - CruiserGary
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Love this park! Full hook-ups at Snowberry Loop. Staff are very helpful. Need reservations 6 months in advance if you want to stay over a weekend. Trails here are well maintained. - BetseyH
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Nice campground and... bonus! because it has full hookups in a National park. lots of trees, short walk to the lake. Our site, 64 on the snow berry loop, was level and had ample room to park our trailer and still have our truck on the pad. There are a lot of trails to walk/hike and it is fairly quiet though it is close to the highway and road noise is present. The power was clean, however, the 30 amp outlet was a little loose. It was not a problem during our stay as we did not need air conditioning. It got cold!! Reservations, especially for the full hook up RV sites, are difficult to get and you have to book early. Will definitely stay here again. - JP-JP
Sep 2016 - $50.00
We almost didn't stay here based on some of the reviews, though some are old and things change. We are glad we did, and will be back. We personally found our site to be wide, nice, quiet, shady, and clean. We do have an active dog and though they don't have a dog run (which we'd LOVE for them to add) there is plenty of room to walk a dog around the park, right outside the park, and even around the marina which is right there. There is an area for kids to play which I didn't see mentioned. They have rules which from what we could tell were enforced as needed, not over the top military style. (Which is good.) Check in was fast and easy, and they did allow us to stay a little extra on our check out day as no one was coming into our spot. That was also very appreciated. They are in the process of updating the electrical (we had 30 amp and would love 50), and their office space is going to be much bigger. That will allow for a nice store, etc. We were allowed to have a propane fire, which we enjoyed. Some areas are narrow and require some coordination to get in spots, but all got in fine and was doable with patience. - Dank
Aug 2016 - $50.00
We drove from Arizona to Big Bear about 5 hours, to stay at Halloway's. We got here on Tuesday and left on Saturday. It was a good visit through the week. Very quiet. Weekend was pretty busy there were a lot of dogs and some of them ran loose at times. This wouldn't have been to big of a deal, but I have a very protective dog so I had to keep him in the trailer a lot. The park is close quarters, didn't like that much, and there are a lot of people that leave their rigs here, so it seems more like a little town them a camping trip. Would I stay here again? No don't think so. - Lance camping
Aug 2016 - $55.00
They allow pets, but have absolutely zero amenities for pets. There is no place for a dog to go to the bathroom, no shrubs, no grass, no common area, no pet area - nothing, not even an open area anywhere! Just paved roads and gravel sites. Considering that just about every RV has at least 1 dog and they have 100 sites, that's a lot of dogs with no place to "go". Also, the website claims full hook-ups, but by that they mean only water, electric, and sewer. There is no cable TV. When I asked about it, they said they had it 8 years ago, but it got to below zero degrees and that caused a problem that they haven't been able to fix yet?!? There is WiFi, but it is pretty slow. The site we have is very small, we have a 28' travel trailer and our truck has to be parked sticking out into the road. The site is all gravel with a tree between most sites and a picnic table. The sites do seem to be fairly level, I just wish there was a place to take my dogs, even an open common area somewhere instead of just wall to wall campsites.
I would have enjoyed our trip much more if there was cable TV so that we could have watched the Olympics. The camper next to us pulled in and asked me where to hook up his cable TV - so we aren't the only ones disappointed about that. The lack of anywhere to take the dog to potty is very disturbing and an inconvenience several times a day. I wish they would change that. If they gave up one campsite and fenced it in as a dog area, that would make a big difference! - g & c on the road