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Rancho Pines Big Bear CA
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Rancho Pines was born out of passion for the iconic A Frame Chalet & thoughtfully reimagined into an updated mountain retreat. Clean lines stretch to tree tops in nostalgic crafted beauty. A nod to yesteryear where friends and family gather by the fireside to relive the excitement of the day. Star gaze deep into the milky way through a telescope, or relax to the sounds of nature in your own private hammock. Located in Big Bear Lake just ninety miles north east of Los Angeles at an elevation of 7000 feet, your stay with us will transport you into natural beauty of a unique alpine setting. With towering granite peaks, endless trails, and a refreshing lake as your backdrop we invite you to stay in one of California’s best kept secrets in boutique style. 

 

*We are a privately owned cabins managed and maintained by Big Bear Vacations available for short term rent (not a hotel). If you would like ‘daily’ house cleaning, service can arranged for an additional fee upon request.

FROM THE GREATER LOS ANGELES AREA:
Miles: Approx. 100, Est. Driving Time: 2 hours
East on Interstate 10 to Redlands. Take the Mountain Resorts / Running Springs exit – Hwy. 30 North. Follow Highway 30 to Highway 330. Follow Highway 330 to Highway 18. Highway 330 turns into Highway 18 in Running Springs. Follow Highway 18 and turn right across the dam to Big Bear Lake.

FROM ORANGE COUNTY AREA:
Miles: Approx. 98, Est. Driving Time: 2 hours
Take the 91 Freeway East to the 215 North to the Interstate 10. Go East on Interstate 10 to Redlands. Take the Mountain Resorts / Running Springs exit – Hwy. 30. Follow Highway 30 to Highway 330. Follow Highway 330 to Highway 18. Highway 330 turns into Highway 18 in Running Springs. Follow Highway 18 and turn right across the dam to Big Bear Lake.

FROM SAN DIEGO COUNTY:
Miles: 146, Est. Driving Time: 2.5 hours
Go north on Interstate 15 to the 215 North. Take the Interstate 10 East to Redlands. Take the Mountain Resorts / Running Springs exit – Hwy. 30 North. Follow Highway 30 to Highway 330. Follow Highway 330 to Highway 18. Highway 330 turns into Highway 18 in Running Springs. Follow Highway 18 and turn right across the dam, to Big Bear Lake.