Bingo at The Elks Lodge
Bingo at The Elks Lodge
B-I-N-G-O! Enjoy Friday nights at the Elks Lodge with food and more.
Our Big Big events calendar is packed with a variety of Big Bear events for you to get the most out of your stay here! Browse through all the Big Bear Lake events, and if you see something that you’re interested in, make sure to give it a visit!
The 2023 Fishin' For $50K trout derby is slated for June 10-11, 2023. The annual Fishin' For $50K trout tournament is scheduled for June! Enjoy a weekend on Big Bear Lake with friends and family and try your luck at reeling in five $10K tagged rainbow trout! Follow the link to see full details >>> Event Page.
The 27th Annual Holcomb Valley Trail Run is set for June 10 in Big Bear Lake! The event covers San Bernardino National Forest Trails including parts of the Pacific Crest Trail.
Welcome to Big Bear Municipal Water District's Carp Round-Up! Take part in the reaping that helps control Big Bear Lake's carp population. Each year the Big Bear Municipal Water District hosts a Carp Round-Up to help improve Lake quality and for some outdoor entertainment. Hunters from around the U.S.A. come to Big Bear Lake for two days of Carp shooting and angling. Food and prizes are an integral part of this yearly event. All hunters have the choice of fishing by rod & reel or bow & arrow. Choose to
2023 Outdoor Adventure Days is set for June 24-25, 2023 This is Big Bear's most diverse festival of outdoor activities, promoting the area’s natural beauty, accessibility, and unique habitats. All events are FREE, but registration is required. Event headquarters is at the Discovery Center, 40971 North Shore Drive/Hwy 38, Fawnskin. The purpose of the Ecotourism Coalition and the Outdoor Adventure Days is to support local businesses while increasing awareness of the value of Big Bear Valley’s unique natural habitats and species. The priority is creating harmony between individuals, our businesses and our
Join monthly volunteer events March – October 2023 to restore disturbed lands across the San Bernardino National Forest. All events will improve habitat for wildlife, plants, the Monarch butterfly, and other pollinators. Activities may include collecting and dispersing native seeds, out planting of native species, slashing, barrier installation, nursery work, watering and restoration site maintenance and restoring illegal user created routes. Some events will require driving on USFS dirt roads. A high clearance vehicle is recommended, 4-wheel drive not required. Two weeks prior to each event, a flyer will be
Head to the Village Sports Bar and hear Fleetwood Mac re-imagined! Twisted Gypsy takes the stage at this new restaurant with your favorite Fleetwood Mac hits. Doors open at 7 PM and the show begins at 9 PM.