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Yay Summer is here!

Looking for a summer getaway without the headache of traffic or airport lines? Consider Arrowhead Pine Rose. Just an hour and a half away from most Southern California cities, we're closer than you might imagine. Escape to blue skies, crisp air, and the scent of pine trees. Unwind by our spacious heated pool, rejuvenate in the spa, explore hiking trails, or enjoy our gaming area. It's the perfect recipe for a relaxing break.

Best of our rates for midweek lodging (Monday through Thursday) are an average of 25% to 30% cheaper.

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Embark on a hike!

Embark on a journey through our trails and discover why Lake Arrowhead is renowned for hiking. Nestled in the picturesque San Bernardino Mountains, Lake Arrowhead boasts diverse foliage and a plethora of bird species. With a range of forest paths catering to various skill levels, there's something for everyone. Guests staying at Pine Rose Cabins can conveniently access trail maps in the lobby, ensuring seamless exploration of our natural wonders. Before setting out on your hike, be sure to visit the San Bernardino National Forest website !

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Jump into Lake Gregory Water Park !

Just 3.5 miles from Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins, you'll find Lake Gregory Water Park, one of Southern California's best-kept secrets. The park features large water slides and an inflatable water park, along with a variety of boat rentals. Options range from leisurely Duffy boat cruises to kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, pedal boats, and rowboats—there's something for everyone. You can even launch your own boat. For fishing enthusiasts, the lake is stocked with fish throughout the summer. We also recommend taking a morning hike around the lake; the trail is only 3.5 miles long. Go to Lake Gregory website for more details.

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Walk to Strawberry Lookout

Strawberry Lookout Tower is a fun destination visit when you stay with us. You can walk there from Pine Rose, though it is uphill and about a mile away, or you can drive. This active fire watch tower, manned by volunteers, is open from 9 AM to 5 PM in the summer. The tower, with a history dating back to 1934, stands over 30 feet tall and is accessible via a stairway. It offers stunning views of the valley and surrounding mountains. Even when the tower is closed, you can still park nearby and enjoy the phenomenal sunsets.

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Shop our Farmers Market Thursday

Every Thursday all summer long, you can walk next door to our local farmers market, the Twin Peaks Farmers Market. It's a wonderful opportunity to pick up fresh produce for barbecuing or to explore a variety of fun artisan foods. Open from 2 PM to 7 PM, the market is a vibrant evening event where you can indulge in the flavors of our community. Whether you're looking for locally grown fruits and vegetables, homemade jams, artisanal bread, or handcrafted goods, the Twin Peaks Farmers Market offers a delightful experience for both residents and visitors. It's a great way to support local farmers and artisans while enjoying the best of what our area has to offer.

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Explore to Skypark at Santa's Village!

Just 5 miles from Arrowhead Pine Rose lies Sky Park, an outdoor adventure park that offers a diverse array of activities and attractions suitable for all ages. From gentle, toddler-friendly mountain biking trails to more challenging routes for advanced riders, Sky Park has something for everyone. Thrill-seekers can soar through the forest on a zipline adventure while roller-skating enthusiasts can glide around Silver Bells Arena.

Nature lovers will enjoy exploring the picturesque Meadowlands Trail, which offers a serene hiking experience through beautiful landscapes. In addition to the outdoor activities, visitors can indulge in a variety of shopping and dining options, ensuring a well-rounded experience.

The park also features weekend entertainment, adding to the lively atmosphere and making it a perfect destination for family outings, group adventures, or solo explorations. Whether you're looking for an adrenaline rush or a peaceful retreat, Sky Park provides an unforgettable adventure. Be sure to check out Skypark's website here.for a full list of weekend activities!

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Go Treasure Hunting

Do you love curiosity shops and small, intriguing boutiques? The Lake Arrowhead communities offer an array of unique, eclectic, and vintage boutiques. With over 50 shops, outlet stores, restaurants, and boutiques scattered around the mountain, there's plenty to explore. Lake Arrowhead Village serves as a vibrant hub for both visitors and locals, while nearby communities like Blue Jay, Cedar Glen, Sky Forest, and Crestline provide additional artisanal shopping opportunities. These quaint towns are conveniently located just a short distance from each other, connected by scenic mountain roads weaving through the woodlands.

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Take a tour of Lake Arrowhead Aboard the Arrowhead Queen

Only 3 miles from Pine Rose is the Lake Arrowhead village home of the Arrowhead Queen, a cherished attraction offering leisurely riverboat-style tours around the picturesque lake. Sit back, relax, and admire the exclusive homes nestled along the shoreline. Fun fact: Lake Arrowhead has been the backdrop for over 120 movies! During the one-hour narrated tour, you'll learn fascinating insights into the history of this beloved mountain region, as you pass by famous homes and filming locations that have significantly contributed to the area's legacy.

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Enjoy Concerts All Summer long

Enjoy great summer bands under blue skies and pine trees at the Lake Arrowhead Village. For the complete line up go to Lake Arrowhead Summer Concerts

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Stroll Heaps Peak Arboretum

We highly recommend this short hike to all first-time visitors to our area. Heaps Peak Arboretum offers a wealth of information about the local foliage and wildlife. Located near Rim of the World Highway, the arboretum features a 1.5-mile graded trail that winds through enchanting woods.

As you walk along the trail, you'll encounter informative plant descriptions and markers, providing an educational twist to this leisurely stroll, which is suitable for all ages. For an extra bit of adventure, don't miss the animal-print walk, where you can try to spot the footprints of various local species found in the mountains.

Can you identify them all? It's a delightful challenge for nature enthusiasts and a great way to engage with the natural beauty of the area. Heaps Peak Arboretum is a perfect introduction to the region, combining education, exploration, and the serene beauty of the forest.

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Get Jazzy

Experience the enchanting melodies of the Blue Jay Jazz Festival, gracing the tranquil shores of Tavern Bay Beach Club from August 22nd to the 24th. Immerse yourself in the soothing ambiance of jazz amidst the towering pines.

Launching on August 22nd, the festival begins with the magnetic presence of Poncho Sanchez, hailed as the "King of Latin Jazz" and a Grammy-winner. Sanchez enthralls audiences with his electrifying fusion of jazz, soul, and pulsating Latin beats.

Accompanying this grand performance are the illustrious Speakeasy Band and the exceptional talents of the 2024 Future Generation Jazz Scholars Band, promising an unforgettable night of musical brilliance.

On Saturday, August 24th, the Jazz Salon awaits at the serene Lake Arrowhead Resort, offering an intimate encounter with the Grammy-winning artist John Proulx. With his smooth, velvety style reminiscent of bebop icon Chet Baker, Proulx captivates listeners with his soulful vocals and masterful piano compositions.

Joining Proulx is Val Geason, former Raylette and seasoned performer who graced stages alongside the legendary Ray Charles for years. Affectionately known as "MzVal," her golden voice evokes the spirit of jazz legends such as Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughn, and Nina Simone, ensuring an evening of pure musical enchantment.

Buy tickets online at Blue Jay Jazz