Bear Cave Ribbon cutting Mayor Bill Jahn, entertainer Jim Curry and
Bear Cave Events Center owner David Stone, joined by Big Bear friends.
Bear Cave Events Center
Where’s the Appaloosa horse?! A newer and much bigger landmark has been erected on Red Ant Hill, replacing the familiar horse that greeted travelers.
Just west of the Big Bear Mountain Brewery is the newest attraction in Big Bear Lake. The Bear Creek Resort property has been stirred up, redesigned, landscaped, fenced and cemented. Now there’s water flowing in a fountain, a much large parking lot and a very large white tent named the Bear Cave Events Center. Locals give directions by landmarks in Big Bear Valley but if you’re consulting your GPS, the address is 40210 Big Bear Blvd. in Big Bear Lake.
At the Bear Cave there’s been live entertainment nearly every weekend beginning in July 2012, which is drawing fans both from the valley as well as visitors. A variety of popular bands have quite quickly established the Bear Cave as ‘a fun place to hang out’. Show guests come early and enjoy the outdoor atmosphere; while socializing with friends. Enjoy treats from the snack and drink bar as well as, appreciate the comfortable temps inside dictated by Big Bear’s weather.
Out of town guests can find lodging accommodations at one of the three resorts, Bear Creek Resort, Fireside Lodge or Wolf Creek. Visitors can take advantage of the package specials that include the Bear Cave Events Center’s live entertainment, restaurant and Big Bear sights seeing offers. Look for the blue twinkle lights that depict the sites owned by the David Stone family.
There’s plenty of parking surrounding the Bear Cave provided for concert guests. Bear Cave Events Center is available for all special occasions, parties, weddings, receptions, community events, church services, business conferences, etc. For more information call 877-428-9335 or visit Bearcreek-resort.com.