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Two hikers set off on a trek through the San Bernardino National Forest near Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa.
Things To Do


Spring & Summer in Lake Arrowhead

A family and their dog discover a natural wading pool during their hike through the San Bernardino National Forest near Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa.

Reconnect with Nature

Lake Arrowhead is one of the best kept secrets in Southern California. Centrally located in the San Bernardino National Forest, the resort is surrounded by an ocean of Ponderosa Pines, high above the clouds at an elevation of 5,174 ft. Visitors to the mountain will leave refreshed, reconnected, and rejuvinated. The forest is a gateway to wellbeing and offers travelers a wealth of amenities, dozens of adventurous outdoor activities, and all the fresh air you can handle.

Whether you're exploring hiking trails and fresh water rivers, seeking unique mom and pop boutiques in the nearby village, discovering award winning craft beers at the local brewery, or getting up close and personal with bears at the Wildhaven Ranch animal sanctuary, we gaurantee your Lake Arrowhead memories will last a lifetime

A family of 4 rents bikes at SkyPark near Lake Arrowhead.


SkyPark at Santa's Village is an Outdoor Adventure Park with year-round mountain biking, hiking, fly fishing and open air activities in the Skyforest section of Lake Arrowhead, California. The Park resides on 230-acre of natural forest with meadowlands, ponds and an apple orchard.

Just a 5 minute drive from the resort, guests can purchase tickets conveniently from the Resort Front Desk upon arrival without the need for online ordering or entrance reservations.

  • Live Music & Entertainment
  • Arcehry & Ax Throwing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Rock Climbing
  • Ice Skating
  • Ziplining
Friends gather at an outdoor restaurant in downtown Lake Arrowhead.


Food and beverage cravers will enjoy local flavors unlike anywhere else off the mountain. Spend the day exploring nearby breweries, wineries, boutique outlets, and consignment stores.

A family takes their young children on a walk through the San Bernardino National Forest.


With a total size of 677,982 acres, the San Bernardino National Forest is to big to tackle in just one visit. Enjoy hiking, fishing, water skiing, kayaking, and boat tours across the lake.

Someone takes a picture of their friend ascending a rock climbing wall in Southern California.


Get ready for fun with a trip to SkyPark, home of rock climbing, mountain biking, ax throwing, archery, and magic shows or visit Wildhaven Ranch for a selfie with a black bear, coyotes, eagles and more.

A black bear as seen near Wildhaven Ranch.


Wildhaven Ranch is a wildlife sanctuary, education and visitation center for endangered and indigenous wild animals. 

Wildhaven’s mission is to preserve the wildlife indigenous to the San Bernardino Mountains and to leave a valuable heritage to our future generations.

Wildhaven Ranch's purpose is to provide a protective environment where non-releasable wild animals can live out their lives in safety and peace.