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Located 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles, Big Bear Lake is surrounded by the San Bernardino National Forest. The reservoir is a snow-fed from the surrounding area. Its two tributaries are Bear Creek and Siberia Creek. Bear Creek exits the dam and joins the Santa Ana River approximately nine miles downstream. Big Bear Municipal Water District manages the reservoir and makes it a priority to main... Log infor full details...
Getting there: Courtesy of Big Bear Lake Water District:
From the Los Angeles area Take Interstate 10 East, to the 30 freeway North, to Hwy. 330 North. Hwy. 330 goes through Running Springs and turns into Hwy. 18. Follow Hwy. 18 East and turn right across the Big Bear Lake dam. Follow this road into Big Bear.
From the San Diego area Take Interstate 15 North, to the 215 North, to Interstate 10 East, to the 30 freeway North, to Hwy. 330 North which will take you up into the mountains. Hwy. 330 goes through Running Springs and turns into Hwy. 18. Follow Hwy. 18 East and turn right across the Big Bear Lake dam into Big Bear.