Big Bear Cabins - Rentals for Less
WHY BOOK WITH CABINS4LESS?
WE'RE THE FUN CABINS OF BIG BEAR!
We offer FREE sleds & sledding, fishing poles, guided hikes, movies, dvds and wifi. We also have discounted $2 bikes and $5 kayaks ($10 and $25 for non-guests.) Call (909) 963-0816 for a message about fun things to do or Cabinsforless-hosted activities.
WE'RE THE MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION IN BIG BEAR VALLEY!
"Boulder Bay" Tall Trees, hiking trails, Castles Rock, Boulder Bay Park on the lake - all conveniently located and very easy to get to (especially in stormy weather.) And we're 1 minute to Big Bear Village with all the activities. 1 to 3 minutes to Big Bear Mountain Skiing, depending on our 5 locations.
WE'RE THE NO-FEE CABINS!
We don't pile on the extra fees. We have no fees for cleaning or booking. And we have the best pet fee cabin in Big Bear! Call and ask to be on our "No pet fee list!"
Cabins4Less is the perfect balance of vintage Big Bear cabins - clean and fully operational with modern furniture and appliances. Cabin features include:
- Fully-equipped kitchens!
With large fridges, stoves and ovens, and stocked with pots, pans, dishes and silverware.
- Outside patios!
With picnic tables and BBQ for a campground style atmosphere - great for families & friends, and your pets!
- Cabins all have private bathrooms and heaters with thermostats.
Check your cabin for full descriptions, features do vary.
We've been renting Big Bear cabins since 1989, when we started with just 1 cabin (read more about us.) We're cabin rental specialists, we're hands on, we know how to have fun, and we're here to help you have a blast in Big Bear!
QUESTIONS? Read our FAQ section.
TEXT US! (909) 547-5686 for immediate answers to your questions!
- Fully-equipped kitchens!
BIG BEAR ACTIVITIES & FUN THINGS TO DO!Winter, spring, summer or fall - there's something for everyone in Big Bear. Big Bear is a great place for rest and relaxation or an adventurous outdoor experience for the entire family. And Cabins4Less is just the ticket! Our cabin rentals are central to all the fun things Big Bear has to offer! Just steps from Boulder Bay Park, Big Bear Lake, and the quaint shopping & dining district - the Village. Just minutes from the slopes and the best hiking & biking trails of San Bernardino National Forest. There is so much to do in Big Bear - it's a year-round playground!
- Frolicking in the Snow and Creating Lasting Memories at Big Bear
In Southern California, Big Bear Mountain Resorts offers plenty of pleasurable and memorable moments for everyone, whether you're a local or from out of state.
Read more about winter sports
- The Fish are Biting…So to Big Bear Lake We're A-Comin'
Rainbow trout. Bass. Catfish. Crappie. Bluegill. These are just some of the game fish in abundant supply at the fresh-water, snow-fed and pristine Big Bear Lake.
Read more about fishing
- W(h)etting your Taste for Fun Under the Sun
Speaking of fun, here are some of the things you can do at Big Bear Lake: sailing, fishing, pontoon boating, power boating, paddle boating and the more physically demanding water sports – jet skiing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, sailboarding, wakeskating, tubing and windsurfing.
Read more about water sports
- Taking a Scenic Tour of Big Bear Mountain, on Foot or on a Bike
The areas around Big Bear Lake offer six different hiking and biking paths and trails for every kind of skill and fitness levels. Big Bear Lake's north shore has an asphalt path called Alpine Pedal Path...
Read more about hiking & biking
- Adventures in Dining and Shopping in Big Bear Lake's The Village
You definitely should set aside some of your precious vacation time to go to The Village at Big Bear Lake. There are some pretty quaint clothing shops there, as well as gift stores and specialty stores with items that would be very difficult to find anywhere else.
Read more about dining & shopping
- High Altitude Pampering and Treatment at Big Bear Lake Massage and Spa Services
There is something wondrous and truly rejuvenating when you have some pampering in a high altitude location. The feeling is very different than when you do it in the lowlands. It could be the combination of cool, fresh and exhilarating mountain air and the warmth emanating from the spa.
Read more about massage & spa