Big Bear Village Lodge

546 Pine Knot Ave., Big Bear Lake, 92315-1564, CA

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1 Room / 2 Adults

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Families comment on the central location of this lodge. Popular attractions around this hotel include Moonridge Zoo, Big Bear Lake, and Pine Knot Village. The Family Suite with two twin beds, one sofa bed, and one king bed accommodates up to seven guests, and it is perfect for families. Guestrooms come with kitchenette, free Wi-Fi, cable TV, and private bathroom. Extra beds are available. Families can use the kitchen in the suites to make their own meals, or they can visit one of the local restaurants within walking distance. Other amenities at the hotel include a gift shop, free parking, and ticket assistance.

Our Editor Loves

  • Nearby family activities
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Large guestrooms and kitchenette

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Sailing
  • Skiing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Refrigerator


Perfect Downtown Location

by jaanglim

What a great experience we had staying at the Big Bear Valley Lodge! If you require high-end accommodations, this is not the place for you. But if you would enjoy a rustic “up in the mountains” feel, you would love it. The location is perfect - on the main drag in Big Bear Lake.

We came up to Big Bear to participate in the Tour de Big Bear cycling events and the location could not have been more perfect. Restaurants line the street and the best gelato in town is right downstairs!

The suite was very large and though there were two of us, 6 could have easily stayed. There was a full kitchen with coffee supplied.

Wes, the proprietor, was very accommodating and helpful. Free and easy parking. There was no AC in the room, but that was not a problem with ample fans supplied and windows that opened for a delightful breeze. From our unit, there was a (side) view of the lake. I will plan to stay at the Big Bear Village Lodge on my next trip to Big Bear.


by sunflowerstar777

Never would i have thought that Big bear lake hotel owner would scam a disabled senior out of $200 but he did.We stayed one night at this dirty old apartment style dive.$95 a night.He didnt know the wifi password, so no wifi. The cable went out no t.v. But heres the kicker This guy is running a scam! He has you initial a paper that says if you smoke in the room its a $200 charge. Yes i initialed it because i had no plans to smoke in the room and i didnt! It was hours after checking out that afternoon i found out he debits my card for $200. I call right away and he is sarcastic and is laughling under his breath as he says you smoked in the room so it cost you $200.No marter what i said to him he just kept saying you smoked in the room. He knew the minute i initialed that paper and he had my debit card number that he was going to fausly accuse me of smoking thats the SCAM.Be Aware Of This Guy And Dont Stay Here.It was a slow summer so i guess stealing was how he
Paid his bills all season.There are other reveiws where he did this to other guests.