FALL IS HERE!!!!!! Leaves are turning colors, nights are chilly but the days are sunny and warm. It is the perfect time to be in Big Bear Lake. Having recently moved here, I wasn’t sure what to expect in terms of the fall season – my biggest question – is there a fall season in southern California? Heck yes there is and I am not at all disappointed! So much to do, so much to see!!!!
I recently attended Hot Dawgs and Handrails (an elite snowboarding event) – and while this event has passed – you should definitely mark it on your calendars for next year. Sitting in the sunshine, watching the staff at Bear Mountain make snow, I was intrigued by this process. They do not make snow in Idaho – I’d never seen anything like it. I was an adult suddenly trapped in an eight year old mind frame. I was tempted to run out there, jump in and make a snow angel. I contained myself. I wanted to see the competition and was sure I’d be escorted out if I dared to fling myself into the artificial snow bank!
October means Halloween is coming and I am super excited to check out Panic in the Park haunted house! I love haunted houses and can’t wait to see what awaits me in this cavern of creepy things.
When I was a kid I loved trick or treating. I mean who doesn’t like candy? And all you have to do is wear a costume and yell trick or treat? Let’s see, dress up as my favorite character, be wild and get yummy goodies – yes please, sign me up for that! I’d still trick or treat if I thought I could get away with it, but I’m just too tall to pretend to be a child, which is extremely disappointing!
The Village shops close their doors on Halloween and then reopen them to trick or treaters from 4:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. – great way for your kids to have a safe and happy Halloween.
Whether you have never been to Big Bear in the fall, or you return every year, there are too many activities to list in this blog – so just get up here and check them out!
Happy fall y’all – and Happy Halloween too!!!
For a comprehensive list of Halloween activities visit: bigbeargrizzly.net!