Lake Arrowhead attractions

Lake Arrowhead, located in Southern California, is a nestled fantastic getaway during the weekend at any time of the year. With a lake and a mountain, it is a great spot with attractions and exciting entertainment for the entire family. Lake Arrowhead attractions offer something fun for everyone. Purchase tickets in advance and private charters are available. Also, reservations can be made for birthday parties, weddings, and other special events.

 

Water sports & boat tours

Leisurely trip around the Lake Arrowhead Queen
One of the privately owned Lake Arrowhead attractions is the Lake Arrowhead Queen. A full tour of the lake including historical information is one of the few ways that the tourists get to enjoy the beautiful scenery. With both entertaining and enthusiastic boat captains, you will have fun on the water

Water Skiing at McKenzie Water Ski School
There is no better to start your morning than in the beautiful Lake Arrowhead. Regardless of whether you are visiting or local, you get to learn skiing with safe and great equipment. The staff is outstanding and very patient with the inexperienced water skiers. This is one of the Lake Arrowhead attractions that give you the adrenaline rush. You may also be able to get a glimpse of high-speed races from the shore during the summer months in particular

Nature & Parks

Visit Wildhaven Ranch
It is a facility where orphans/ animals that can’t be returned to the wild are cared for. Once or twice a week tours are given to the visitors. Before visiting this hidden gem on the face of San Bernardino Mountains, make reservations as they like to give small sized tours. The volunteer staff members are exceptionally warm and friendly. They passionately provide the information of how the animals came to be. Many refer to it as the highlight of all Lake Arrowhead attractions due to the up close and personal experience they get with animals like bobcats, raccoons, falcons, bears, eagles, hawks, and owls.

Have fun at Lollipop Park
It’s sort of like a mini-scale carnival with train, carousel, race cars, etc. With spectacular views of the Lake, it is a scenic place to relax while letting the kids have some fun. Plenty of tables are available and recycle bins to allow people to eat and then tidy up after themselves.


Landmarks

Get uplifted in the church of the woods
Described as a BIBLE powered church, the sermons are thoughtful, Bible-based with real life application. They offer great youth programs and lots of extra stuff all month long. Wait till you go for their summer picnic and feel like you struck gold when you worship there.

Strawberry Peak Fire Lookout
It is a cool place to see all the nearby lakes and other nature points in all directions. It is also a great bird watching viewpoint. The volunteers on site share information and the history of the forest.

Heaps Peak Arboretum
This place represents one of the short but informative attractions in Lake Arrowhead. It is the best place to go for hiking with extremely easy trails and a small portion going up-hill. Once you get an adventure pass for parking and a brochure, you are ready to go. It provides easy walking for the young ones and lots to learning along the way. The Pacific Crest national scenic trail cuts through the area while you can also explore the deep creek hot springs.

Rim of the World Historical Society Museum
Walk through the early days of picturesque Indian villages and enjoy the displays of the fascinating history of the San Bernardino Mountains in one of the most visited tourist attractions in Lake Arrowhead.

Watching Stars at the Mountain Skies Astronomical Society
Here you get to enjoy a closer view of the stars in the Robert Brownlee Observatory with amazing telescope and tours

Lake Gregory
Lake Arrowhead is not the only Lake Worth an excursion in the area. Beaches, woodland, small creeks and mountain views located here are some of the Lake Arrowhead Attractions. Lake Gregory County Regional Park also has fitness stations along the benches for the less active. Other exciting activities found in the park include basketball, kayaking, sand volleyball, cycle rental, and waterslides.

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