Big Bear in July is the place to be!
Whether you are in the heat at the base of the mountain or enjoy cool days along the coast, Big Bear in July offers amazing alpine mountain weather to enjoy.
Big Bear Lake is open for boating and recreational activities on the water.
As far as Big Bear weather in July, the average high temperature is 80 degrees Fahrenheit while the average low temperate is 48 degrees Fahrenheit. The water temperature in the Lake is warming up but still a cool 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
TOP EVENTS HAPPENING IN BIG BEAR IN JULY
Big Bear Lake is home to possibly the best fourth of July firework show in southern California! The town is electric and the vibe is high for the explosive show in the mountains! Round up your friends and find a cool cabin with a great view of the lake!
How good is your chili? See how you measure up against the best chefs on the mountains! The top contestants will qualify for the ICS World Chili Championship!
Summit Bike Park is open and your ultimate adrenaline sport in Big Bear! Grab your bike and get ready to have fun racing down the mountain!
Every Tuesday 8:30 AM – 1 PM (April through September)
Come out to Big Bear’s Farmers Market at the Convention Center to support your local growers and pick up local fruit and vegetables. Hand-made craft vendors, as well as local food, are also available!
June 25 & 26
July 2 & 3
August 20 & 21
Big Bear Mountain Golf Course has set up an amazing night golf experience for you! Grab your friends and head to the course for a fun night on the links!
HIGH ALTITUDE TRAINING
Big Bear sits at just under 7,000 feet elevation and is the perfect destination for high altitude training. Everyone from runners, boxers, cyclists, and swimmers head to Big Bear for training at high altitudes.
Come train where Jake Paul trains!
If you have an upcoming event or competition and need to improve your performance and stamina, consider heading up the mountain.
Spending your days on the lake is the best thing to do in Big Bear during the summer months. One of the best places to catch fish on the Lake is from the beach shoreline on the north side of the lake near the dam.
Head to the Big Bear Airport and lift off over the mountains on a scenic helicopter tour. The helicopter has a capacity for you, 2 friends, and of course the pilot.
I have done the tour before and can say it is amazing. You get to see views of Big Bear that you didn’t know even exist. The tour brings you over alpine lakes, waterfalls, and dives down into scenic valleys.
For action-packed adrenaline check out doing a zip line experience with Action Tours California! This is a scenic way to learn about the specific nature of the National Forest while enjoying the thrill of flying on 9 different choice zip lines. Get a new kind of high with this high-altitude fun!
WEEKLY LOCAL EVENTS IN BIG BEAR:
YOGA CLASSES at MOUNTAIN YOGA CENTER
Big Bear Lake is Southern California’s ultimate four-season mountain town. Plan on having a fantastic time with whichever experiences you embark on and enjoy your time in the mountains.
Check out upcoming Big Bear events for your next adventure.
For the live music scene, check out The Cave for the best venue and upcoming shows.