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Lake Arrowhead is the perfect place to get away from it all, combining natural beauty, great weather, and plenty of activities. And it's also packed with excellent accommodation options. Some of the best of all are cosy lakefront cabins. Often built with jetties and direct access to the water, these cabin properties mix plenty of space, beautiful wooden construction and conveniences like parking spaces, wi-fi, and washing machines.Check Out Larger Properties in the Lake Arrowhead Area
Along with smaller cabins, visitors to Lake Arrowhead will also find a wide range of more spacious vacation rental properties. Some of these are virtually mansions, with five or more bedrooms and Tudor-style architecture. Most come with huge living spaces, wooden floors, fireplaces, balconies, and all of the yard space you could ever need – providing an all-round vacation experience.
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Lake Arrowhead is a popular resort in California's San Bernardino National Forest. The resort has grown up around the lake of the same name (which is actually a reservoir), which nestles in the forest like a blue jewel. This natural beauty constantly attracts visitors all year-round to hike, fish, water ski, and even ski. It's an amazing destination for outdoor activities.Getting to Know Lake Arrowhead
Although we tend to refer to Lake Arrowhead as a resort, it's actually a cluster of communities, all of which are gathered around the lake's edge. So, you might choose a vacation rental in Cedar Glen, Twin Peaks, Blue Jay, Rim Forest, Sky Forest, or Lake Arrowhead – and each has its own amenities and character. The lake itself is small enough to walk around, at 782 acres, and its shore stretches for 14 miles.Find Your Way to Lake Arrowhead
Lake Arrowhead is easy to get to, mainly because it lies at the meeting point of California Routes 173 and 189. It's also not far from major population centers like San Bernardino and Los Angeles, and you can get there from Los Angeles International (LAX) in just over two and a half hours.
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Some of the scenery around Lake Arrowhead is simply stunning, and outdoor recreational opportunities are the area's biggest draw. Follow a portion of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, head to Deep Creek Hot Springs, and you can even ski at Snow Valley Ski Resort.A Surprising Boutique Shopping Center
Lake Arrowhead Village is a wonderful place to shop for handmade craft goods, with an emphasis on leather goods like bags, belts, and boots, as well as jewelry and clothing. And it's crammed with great eating spots, too.A Water Sports Paradise
Lake Arrowhead itself is a major water skiing center. But nearby Lake Gregory plays host to an even bigger range of activities. You can hire fishing boats, take out a jet ski, try wakeboarding, kayak, swim or just relax on the shoreline.
Lake Arrowhead became a favorite place for Hollywood celebrities to purchase properties in the 1930s and 40s, with local residents including Doris Day, Howard Hughes, and Marilyn Monroe.
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The pride of Lake Arrowhead, this 19th century pleasure craft runs daily tours of the lake from Leroy's Boardhouse, and on-board guides will tell you all about the area's fascinating past.2. Head to the Tudor House
In the 1930s, Lake Arrowhead was one of the major hangouts of Hollywood's elite, and nowhere more so than the Tudor House, built by gangster Bugsy Siegel. These days, it's a thriving entertainment venue and as opulent and impressive as ever.3. Fish at Big Bear Lake
While Lake Arrowhead is a private lake, nearby Big Bear Lake is accessible to all, and it's a great place to land sunfish, bass, and rainbow trout, while Deep Creek and Bear Creek are great trout fishing streams.4. Play A Round at Lake Arrowhead Country Club
If you're a keen golfer, Lake Arrowhead offers plenty of courses, but none are as enjoyable and well-kept as Lake Arrowhead Country Club, where bald eagles are known to appear on the fairways from time to time.5. Try the Slopes at Snow Valley
When winter comes, Lake Arrowhead and the San Bernardino Mountains become a playground for Southern California's alpine sports fans. Snow Valley is the pick of the area's resorts, where Schighridj (pronounced “sky-ridge”) is heaven for boarders.
For first-time visitors, it might seem odd that the lake itself is largely out of bounds. The reason is because Lake Arrowhead is classed as a private lake, so access is controlled by local residents, who have exclusive fishing and boating rights. However, you can water ski, providing you do so with the McKenzie School. But fishing is not permitted.When is the Best Time to Visit Lake Arrowhead?
The truth is that there's not really a bad time to visit the resort. It's beautiful in every season. Then again, summer is definitely the peak period for vacationers, as the village hums with commerce and cultural life, and the weather is sublime for outdoor activities. Being at a lower altitude, it's slightly warmer than nearby Big Bear Lake, which is something to “bear” in mind.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Lake Arrowhead
How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Lake Arrowhead?
Based on last year, Lake Arrowhead had an average price of $546 per night, a relatively high one for a city in the USA.
Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?
Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should visit Lake Arrowhead in May, August, or October, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $491, $512, and $521 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Lake Arrowhead?
At the time of booking a vacation rental in Lake Arrowhead, the highest prices can usually be seen in the month of January (with an average of $633 per night), followed by December ($626), and then February ($592).
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Lake Arrowhead well in advance?
If you decide to put Lake Arrowhead on your bucket list, we recommend planning your travels well in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 81% of rentals booked the previous year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
The most available months are, on average, October (with an availability of 47%), September (46%), and April (30%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.
How many vacation rentals are there in Lake Arrowhead?
In Lake Arrowhead we work with 3 different providers to give you a choice of 540 properties, so you will not be short of options!
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