Recreation Opportunities

Adult Sports
Youth Sports
Special Events
Activity Classes
Senior Activities

We Strive To Make A Difference

We Believe We Can Make A Difference

  1. Fostering Harmonious Relationships Between Parks and Public.

  1. Promoting Interaction Among Various Age Groups.

  1. Developing United Community Spirit Through Education and Cooperation.

  1. Providing a Positive Example Through Role Modeling and Integrity.

  1. Encouraging Healthy Life Styles Through Fun Programming.

  1. Improving and Upgrading Parks and Amenities.

  1. Leading the Way Through Health And Wellness In Our Community.

  1. Protecting Environmental Resources.

  2. Supporting Economic Development.

  1. Fostering Human Development.

  1. Strengthening Safety and Security.

  1. Increasing Cultural Unity.

Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District will enhance community by promoting healthy activities and positive recreational experiences and strives to maintain a standard of excellence through our people, parks and programs.

We Are Here To Make A Difference




Breaking News!
Big Bear Alpine Zoo

Back to  School



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In an effort to slow the spread of the Novel Coronavirus

the following venues and activities will remain closed until further notice

….Community Centers (including Bear Valley Senior Center, Beyond the Bell,  Meadow Park Gym, Swim Beach, Miller Park Schoolhouse and The Ranch Clubhouse), baseball/softball/soccer fields.

Activities and venues that are currently open for passive recreation….Playground equipment, picnic/BBQ areas, shade shelters, dog parks, parking lots, restrooms, tennis, pickleball and volleyball courts.

The District Office is open from 8:30am to 5pm (closed from 11:30am to 1pm) – masks are required while in the office. 

The Big Bear Alpine Zoo is now open daily from 10am to 4pm – masks are required.

Drive thru meals will be served at the Senior Center from 12pm to 12:30pm for those that are qualified and pre-registered.  

When using these facilities you are expected to maintain appropriate safety practices including social distancing, face covering are strongly suggested when in the proximity of other people, and required when visiting the zoo or district office.  

For questions please call the District Office at 909-866-9700