Did you know that there are four lakes near Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins? Since staying with us is all about fun, family, friends and nature, you’ll love these local lakes. Because they are all close by, you can get there in no time. Each of these four lakes near Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins has something different to offer. From swimming and kayaking, to fishing and boating, there’s plenty to choose from. So, check out these four lakes, and make plans to visit them!
Green Valley Lake
4-miles east of Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins
28200 Hwy-189, Lake Arrowhead Village
Lake Arrowhead is within an unincorporated community, and is the largest private lake in California. There is no public swimming, or fishing, but you can still charter a boat or go on a tour around the lake. Feeding the duck is also a favorite for kids. This is where most of the night life and shopping is located. The stunning scenery and deep blue lake has been the perfect back drop for many Hollywood Movies. Hollywood movie stars, some whom have made famous films here, and then later bought a lakeside home. So watch you may see a famous star.
Top Fun Things To Do At Lake Arrowhead
- Take the Arrowhead Queen Boat Tour: 1-hour narrated river boat ride around the lake. Get an up close look at the lovely lakeside homes. Plus, you’ll learn more about the the lake’s history. (909) 336-6992
- Learn to Waterski at McKenzie’s Waterski School: Whether you’re a pro or a first timer, you’ll enjoy water skiing and wakeboarding. And, all ages are welcome. (909) 337-3814
- Shop & Dine at Lake Arrowhead Village: Enjoy lakeside views while shopping at waterfront outlet brand stores, art galleries, and shops. Plus, there are restaurants, pubs, bars, and fast-food outlets, too. (909) 337-2533
- Rock the night away at the Lake Arrowhead Village Summer Concert Series: Grab a low-back lawn chair or blanket and go to one of the weekend free concerts. From rock ‘n roll to blues, to country and pop, there’s something for everyone. And, on Friday’s there’s a Farmer’s Market with fresh fruit, veggies, and arts ‘n crafts.
3.5 Miles West of Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins
24171 Lake Drive, Crestline
Swimming Beach Hours: 10 am to 6 pm Daily
Fishing & Boating: Call for Hours of Operation & Rates
Lake Gregory Regional Park has 84 acres of pines, trails, and picnic areas that surround Lake Gregory. And, for a great family outdoor day of water play, then Lake Gregory is the place to be! Plus, it has a swimming beach with inflatable water slides, lots of on-water pedal and paddle boats, delicious snacks and a sandy beach. Also, you can go fishing there. Therefore if you like sunbathing, making sand castles, water play, fishing, or just a romantic stroll beside the lake, go to Lake Gregory.
Top Fun Things To Do At Lake Gregory
- Enjoy a mouth watering Lakeshore Burger at Cove Cafe. Because it’s made with fresh Angus Beef, hand patted to order with their homemade special sauce, and caramelized onions.
- Splash the day away at Lake Gregory’s Waterpark. And, this huge, inflated, water-play structure has slides, swings, jumps, diving platforms, and much more.
- Little kids will love Zero-Depth Water Play Park. Because it has colorful water-spraying nozzles for a fun and safe way to enjoy the water.
- Take a hike on the fitness trail that surrounds the lake. Plus, it’s pet-friendly as long as your dog is on a lease. And there’s a dog-park next to the lake, too. But, only ADA dogs are allowed on the swimming beach.
- You can rent row boats & electric motor boats, belly boards, aqua cycles, pedal boats, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards. See Rates.
- Fishing is great at Lake Gregory. Because the lake is stocked with brown and rainbow trout. Anglers can pay for their day of fishing at the various Fishing Pay Stations around the lake. $8 per person, and kids 5 years and younger are free. The California Department of Fish and Game requires a valid fishing license for all anglers 16 and over.
- Boaters are welcome to launch their own watercraft! Small human or electric-powered boats, kayaks and float tubes of all types are welcome. A single day launch pass can be purchased at the North, Shore Boat House.
Green Valley Lake
17-Miles East of Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins
33512 San Antonio Drive, Green Valley (near Running Springs)
The “Hidden Gem” of the San Bernardino Mountains, Green Valley Lake is a 9-acre lake at 7000ft. elevation. Therefore, it’s the highest of the four lakes near Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins. And it’s known as the “best kept secret on the mountain”. Because it’s so secluded (nearly four miles away from State Highway-18), and surrounded by National Forest, it’s truly in nature. And, it’s popular for wildflower and bird watching. For all these reasons it has remained small, picturesque, and uncrowded. Green Valley Lake has something going on all the time. The town is cute, and the pretty little lake is stocked often with fish. Plus, it has a small beach for swimming, and a family picnic area.
Top Fun Things To Do At Green Valley Lake
- Enjoy the many hiking trails for a great walk. And the trails are ideal for bird watching. You can purchase a bird watching guide there.
- Learn more about the local wildflowers in the area. Because photographers are known to take beautiful pictures of flowers. And, artists often set-up easels for a day of painting the beauty.
- The lake is stocked with fish. So call (760) 574-0733 for any questions about fishing conditions, boat rentals, etc. Plus, there is a Bait & Tackle Shop there, click for more info.
- The whole family will love the small swimming beach with sand, shade and fun.
- Have a friendly game of Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball or Tennis.
- Barbecue facilities are located under the trees in the adjoining picnic area.
- Visit the Lilleberg Museum and learn the history of the area. So call (909) 867-5713 for hours and information.
- Plan a picnic and go to one of their many Artisan Fairs, or outdoor musical concerts.
14-Miles Northeast of Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins
14651 Cedar Circle (Interstate 15-N), Hesperia
Hours: 6 am to 9 pm (Day Use) Overnight Camping & RV Available
Silverwood Lake is one of the most popular lakes in Southern California. And it is part of the State Recreation Area. So it features many recreational activities for the whole family to enjoy. Therefore, if you are looking for a lake for swimming, boating, fishing, and other water related fun, you will love Silverwood Lake. It’s 3-miles of shoreline, and plenty of outdoor space. The Pacific Crest Trail, “the jewel in the crown of America’s scenic trails” spanning 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada through three western states, passes through the Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area, with trail heads for short or long hikes.
Top Fun Things To Do at Silverwood Lake
- Go boating! You can bring your own, or rent one there. Just call ahead for details (760) 389-2281. Plus, you can waterski on Silverwood Lake.
- Fishing is popular at Silverwood Lake. Whether you fish from a boat, or along the shore. Be sure to get the latest information on rates, hours, available stocked fish, and water conditions.
- Grab your beach umbrella, and plenty of water & sunscreen for a great day of swimming. And there are picnic areas all around the lake.
- When you are at Silverwood Lake, be sure to check-out the many nature and wildlife viewing opportunities.
- On a windy day, take a chance on Windsurfing on the lake.
- Very popular at Silverwood Lake is camping. Because they have so much to offer like Family & Group Campsites, Primitive Campsites, and Hike or Bike Campsites.
- Have an RV? You can reserve RV Sites w/Hookups. And they have RV Dump Stations. Just be sure to call ahead for information and reservations.
- There are plenty of mountain biking and hiking trails.
- Silverwood Lake has a Camp Store, Food Service, Restrooms and Showers, and drinking water is available.