Part 1 of a 2-Part Series
Two summer travel questions:
Do you plan to spend any time in the San Bernardino Mountains this summer?
Are you going on vacation to the Lake Arrowhead area this year?
Do you plan to rent out your Lake Arrowhead vacation property this summer?
If you answered, “yes” to any of the above queries, here is a little advice: whether you plan to spend the day in Lake Arrowhead Village, stay in a short-term rental, or list your Lake Arrowhead vacation property, we suggest you use one of the best property management companies on the hill – Arrowhead Property Rental (APR). In this two-part series, we will cover the reasons you should go through Arrowhead Property Rental – whether you are a mountain vacationer or local property owner. Read More
If you’re a nature lover spending time in Southern California, you’ve likely already discovered the joys of hanging out in Lake Arrowhead, whether you choose to bike, hike or picnic. But a potential hobby which might have escaped your attention is bird watching, aka “birding.” Inexpensive, engaging and easy to learn, this interest is explained by Audubon Society author Nicholas Lund as “the greatest pursuit available to a citizen of the modern world.” While Lund’s opinion may not be universal, his enthusiasm is infectious:
“(Birdwatching) is basically a lifelong scavenger hunt played across the entire earth. It’s equal parts science and poetry, hoots of triumph and quiet reflection, adventures to far-flung corners of the world and discoveries in your own backyard.”
Mother Nature has doled out massive helpings of hefty winter weather in California this season. In fact, after several extremely dry years, a map released by the U.S. Drought Monitor shows that the worst of the Southern California drought is officially behind us. For skiers, this means fresh powder on a solid base and loads of skiing fun! Read More
Each February 14, millions of Southern Californians search for the best spot to celebrate their love. Smart travelers head to the San Bernardino Mountain area of Lake Arrowhead. Located just 80 miles outside of the Greater Los Angeles basin and less than a two-hour drive from Orange County, the area’s scenery, fine dining, recreational activities and lodging opportunities make it the perfect haunt for a romantic getaway that won’t break the bank. Read More
Southern California offers a host of weather-related advantages, including a mild climate that rarely interrupts everyday routines. But when meteorologists predict or report snow in So Cal, it’s natural to long for weather more reflective of the season. The good news is that, if you live in the LA basin or Orange County, winter weather is just a stone’s throw from home. Read More
The “big news” in Lake Arrowhead this winter is that Santa’s Village has reopened! First open in 1955, this winter-themed amusement park once boasted rides, bobsleds, a monorail, a petting zoo, and other attractions, but closed in the spring of 1998. In the summer of 2014, the park was sold to new owners who decided to rejuvenate the family favorite, with a soft opening held this week. Read More
Only a short hour and a half drive apart, Tinseltown and Lake Arrowhead are a match made in movie heaven. Lake Arrowhead’s alpine scenery — courtesy of the Bernardino National Forest, — along with its scenic lakefront location and picturesque Old World-style village make it an ideal location for film scouts in search of rustic mountain beauty. For 10 years, the area has also hosted the Lake Arrowhead Film Festival, which attracted native celebrities and film buffs across Southern California. Read More
Fall means changing leaves, cooler weather, and of course, beer. Beer? Mugs and pints will be flowing during the upcoming Oktoberfest in Lake Arrowhead. The annual event is inspired by its annual Munich equivalent, which began in 1811. The first Oktoberfest celebrations were for Crown Prince Ludwig who married Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen. Wedding festivities to celebrate the royal couple included drinking, horse races, and a festival. Read More
Situated at an elevation of more than 5,200 feet is a beautiful alpine wilderness is the resort area of Lake Arrowhead, a striking destination for visitors and residents, alike. The Lake Arrowhead area consists of several communities including Lake Arrowhead, Twin Peaks, Blue Jay, Cedar Glen, Sky Forest, and Rim Forest, all of which have a combined total of more than 12,000 residents. Read More