The Big Bear is the most popular tourist attraction in the park, and it’s not hard to see why.
The park is the first of the U.S. National Parks to feature a fully-functioning bear sanctuary, the largest and most expansive of its kind.
The Bears Ears National Monument and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument are also major tourist attractions, but only the Big Bears in the Great Basin are full-service hotels.
In 2017, we saw over 100,000 people check out the park for the first time, and more than 300,000 travelers visited Big Bear in 2019 alone.
But Big Bear has a dark side, and that’s where it gets a lot of attention.
With an abundance of tourists coming from all over the country and around the world, Big Bear’s popularity can easily overshadow other national parks.
The Big Bears can be found in places like Big Sur, Grand Teton National Park, and Glacier National Park.
Some people consider Big Bear the safest place to visit in the U to date, and others believe the park should be closed.
Both are probably true, but we thought it would be interesting to take a look at some of the other top reasons to visit Big Bear.
Before we go any further, let’s look at what it’s like to stay at the Big Domes, the tallest and most famous hotel in the entire park.
The Four Seasons, The Hotel California, The Hyatt Regency, The Four Rooms, The Peninsula Hotel, The Sheraton Marquis, and The Hyland Marquis are all among the most iconic hotels in the world.
But the hotel closest to the park is The Four Senses, located in the heart of the park.
This resort is just a few miles away from the Big Trees, and you can easily find the hotel near the parking lot at the park’s visitor center.
The hotel offers a unique atmosphere and is an amazing place to catch up on your daily commute.
The Hotel Californian is also a great place to take in a Big Bear fireworks display.
You can watch the spectacular show from a spectacular view overlooking the Big Tree, or if you’re looking for a better vantage point, head down a dirt road to the base of the tree, where you can watch from a tall hill.
The Hyatts Grand Hotel is a bit less romantic, but it is a great option for an up-close view of the Big Ears.
The Hilton Garden Inn and the Peninsula Inn are both very affordable options for a quick overnight stay in Big Bear and offer amenities like hot showers and spa treatments.
Other than that, if you want to see the Big Birds, head to the Big Sights and see them perform before they fly away in their majestic flying saucers.
The Grand Terrace is also an excellent spot for a good meal and to soak up the views.
The Three Rivers Resort is a more affordable option for a shorter stay, and is located at the entrance of the forest.
The resort is open seven days a week, and offers a beautiful view of Big Bear from all of the resort’s restaurants.
The Great Basin Hotel is an even better option for the best of the best, and can be booked at the lodge in the resort or on the property.
The lodge is also very popular, and hosts events and parties all year round.
We’ll be visiting more of the hotels and resort in the coming months, but for now, check out our list of the top Big Bear hotels and resorts.
For more on the top 10 reasons to stay in the Grand Tacon, visit our list.
Big Bear Hotel and Spa Tips Big Bear offers a wide array of hotel and spa services, from day trips to the resort itself.
There are also a lot more services available at the resort than at the hotels, and many of these options are a great value.
The best way to make sure you find the right hotel or spa is to call the park and ask for reservations.
If you want the best hotel experience, try to book before you visit.
You won’t regret it!
And as always, make sure to book early to maximize your room rate and save on your room fee.
Be sure to check with the hotel ahead of time, as there are some restrictions on the park that may prevent them from offering a specific room rate, so make sure your reservation is a good fit for your preferences.