Big Bear Snow Play
42825 Big Bear Blvd
Big Bear Lake, Ca 92315
Phone: 909-585-0075
Nightly Snow Making
and Grooming
When it is cold enough we make our own snow. Whether it's natural or man made, you'll have a fun packed day on
our spacious snow play hill! Great snow making conditions at Big Bear Snow Play mean there’s plenty of beautiful,
fluffy white snow for families to slide downhill on. Big Bear Snow Play is reporting
spring conditions. The Big
Bear Lake recreation area sports powerful Lenko fan guns that have blanketed it's slopes.
Big Bear Snow Play, once a ski hill known as Rebel Ridge, sports the longest runs in the Southern
California, serviced by a Magic Carpet uphill lift that eliminates the tiring uphill struggle through snow.
Lift-assisted inner tubing lets parents and children conserve their energy for the thrilling downhill twists and
turns and not on walking uphill!
Hours:
Everyday from 10am to
4pm **
Except
Christmas day we are
open from 11am to
4pm


$30.00 per person
Unlimited Rides,
Includes Inner Tube
Big Bear Snow Play is opening for the 2014/2015
winter season November 8th Saturday.
Nightly Snow Making
and Grooming
When it is cold enough we make our own snow. Whether it's natural or man made, you'll have a fun packed day on
our spacious snow play hill! Great snow making conditions at Big Bear Snow Play mean there’s plenty of beautiful,
fluffy white snow for families to slide downhill on. Big Bear Snow Play is reporting
spring conditions. The Big
Bear Lake recreation area sports powerful Lenko fan guns that have blanketed it's slopes.
The warm weather in the cities has brought cool snowmaking temperatures to the mountains, where Big Bear Snow
Play is set to open for family inner tubing on Saturday November 8th.
Big Bear Snow Play becomes the first Southern California winter recreation area to open for the 2014/2015 winter
season. Two full-length runs will be open for inner tubing with a base of one to up to three feet of snow. As the winter
continues Big Bear Snow Play will eventually have over 20 feet of snow piled high on and up th eight runs.