Category: Lake

20
Mar

Start Planning Your Summer Vacation

The summer is just around the corner and Wowrentals would like to give you some ideas on what to do this summer in Big Bear Lake. There are plenty on fun activities for the whole family to enjoy. Which one will you choose?

Boating/Kayaking

 

Big Bear Lake is all about enjoying the surroundings of nature. Kayaking can get you a close experience of our beautiful, Big Bear Lake. Pontoon boats are a great idea when traveling in a big group/whole family. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views. Call Pine Knot Marina for reservations 909-478-2500

 Designated Wakesports

 

Want to try something more thrilling? Visit Pleasure Point Marina for the latest equipment and boating on Big Bear Lake. They offer wake boarding, water skiing, tubing, water skating, and jet skiing. Call in advance for reservations. 909-866-2455

Fishing

Want to just relax on your trip? Fishing is the answer. Big Bear Lake has various spots around the whole lake you can take advantage of. Come and catch bass, trout, carp and others.

Forgot your fishing gear? No worries, visit Big Bear Sporting Goods where you can buy fishing equipment from. Phone Number: (909) 866-3222

 

Planning On Bringing Your Own Lake Equipment?

Book a Wowrentals property that is right on the lake with its own, personal dock and enjoy!

Contact Holloway’s Marina for more information on bringing your own boat (909) 866-5706 or Contact Wowrentals (909) 366-5525 and one of our helpful reservationist will answer any questions you might have.

To reserve your next vacation property this summer visit www.wowrentals.com 

03
Apr

Big Bear Lake: Open for Spring and Summer

The Big Bear Grizzly had an article today about the lake being open for business.  Here is an excerpt.

Spring is here and the lake is waking up. Temperatures are rising and the fish are starting to move. The Big Bear Municipal Water District is getting ready for anglers and boaters to take advantage of the great weather.

The MWD planted 10,000 pounds of baby trout on March 19 and is busy building a new and improved larger fish cage to grow the next shipment of fish from California Fish and Wildlife.

Public launch ramps are also gearing up for official opening. The Carol Morrison Public Launch, more commonly known as the East Ramp, will open for early season hours daily beginning Wednesday, April 1. Hours are 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. The Duane Boyer Public Launch, or West Ramp, remains closed until May 7.

For more information, call the East Ramp at 909-866-5200 or the MWD at 909-866-5796.

I have read in other posts that the the west ramp won’t open until May 19th.  The East ramp is open and has been dredged to 18 feet.  So with water level down 11 ft we still have 7 feet of water for launching.  https://www.facebook.com/bbmwd