Monday, January 14, 2013

Big Bear's Snow Play GIVEAWAY!



I promised you a BIG GIVEAWAY when we hit 100 likes! How does a family 4 pack of tickets($100 value) to Big Bear's Snow Play sound?!

With all the storms we have had in the last couple weeks, I thought, what better way to thank everyone for following our journey by sending you to play outside in the snow? Big Bear's Snow Play is Southern California's premier place for snow tubing!



Everyone 2 years old and older can participate! Ages 2-6 are even FREE with a paying adult! What could make this awesome Snow Tubing experience better? How about a covered "Magic Carpet"(moving walkway) to bring you to the top of the runs each time?! No more hiking up the hill or grabbing onto the dangerous pull lifts to get to the top! You can ride in style and relax to save your energy for keeping up with your little ones.




I appreciate the encouragement that all of you have given me while following my blog and I hope that I can continue to share the fun things we do outdoors with your own families.

You might be wondering how far away is Snow Play. Here are different directions from various areas in the South Bay.

Big Bear's Snow Play 42825 Big Bear Blvd Big Bear Lake, Ca 92315

HWY 330/HWY 18 Through Running Springs From The Los Angeles Area: Take Interstate 10 East, to Interstate 210 North, to Hwy. 330 East. Hwy. 330 goes through Running Springs and turns into Hwy. 18. Follow Hwy. 18 East and turn right across the Big Bear Lake dam. Stay on Big Bear Blvd. through the Big Bear Village or turn left on Paine Rd., which turns into Big Bear Blvd. We are on the EAST END of Big Bear on Big Bear Blvd.

From Orange County Or The South Bay Area:
Take the 91 East (or the 55 North to the 91 East), to the 215 North, to Interstate 10 East, to Interstate 210 North, to Hwy. 330 East. Hwy. 330 goes through Running Springs and turns into Hwy. 18. Follow Hwy. 18 East and turn right across the Big Bear Lake dam. Stay on Big Bear Blvd. through the Big Bear Village or turn left on Paine Rd., which turns into Big Bear Blvd. We are on the EAST END of Big Bear on Big Bear Blvd.

From The San Diego Area:
Take Interstate 15 North, to the 215 North, to Interstate 10 East, to Interstate 210 North, to Hwy. 330 East, 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. Stay on Big Bear Blvd. through the Big Bear Village or turn left on Paine Rd., which turns into Big Bear Blvd. We are on the EAST END of Big Bear on Big Bear Blvd.

From The San Fernando Valley Area:
Take the 101 East, to the 134 East, to the 210 East, to Interstate 10 East, to Interstate 210 North, to Hwy. 330 East 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. Stay on Big Bear Blvd. through the Big Bear Village or turn left on Paine Rd., which turns into Big Bear Blvd. We are on the EAST END of Big Bear on Big Bear Blvd. Directions courtesy of Big Bear Mountain Resorts.

DISCLAIMER: The passes will not be valid during the following dates: Dec. 14th Jan. 6th Jan. 19th – Jan. 21st, Feb. 9th – Feb. 11th, Feb. 15th – Feb. 18th, Mar. 22nd– Apr. 6th. Expires last day of 2012/2013 season

Now that I have given you a little idea of what is in store for you... Enter the GIVEAWAY below and get ready to hit the slopes!

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giveaway $25.00 per person Unlimited Rides, Includes Inner Tube

20 comments:

  1. We haven't done many cold weather activities, but we did take our kids snow tubing in Big Bear last year, and they had a total blast!

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  2. We are going to tge snow, this would be so fun,

    Jennifer torres

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  3. When we have the opportunity to play in the snow we love to build snow families, not just men. We also go sledding, make snow angels and enjoy a good snowball fight. We would love to add this event to the list.

    Kristina Schweizer

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  4. tubing, skiing, iceskating, love them all! :)

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  5. we love playing in the snow! eventually I want them to learn snowboarding.

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  6. I have been wanting to take the kids sledding. This would be so much fun! We love to go to the mountains and play in the snow!

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  7. They love anything involving snow! Building Snowmen, making Snow Angels and of course, sledding and tubing!

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  8. My husband and I love to ski and we can't wait to teach our little one!

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  9. I love all your comments! Our favorite sport is hockey but quickly followed by sledding!

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  10. My family has been wanting to go tubing so bad but couldn never afford at $25 a person. so this would be awesome to win!! :)

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  11. One of our favorite things to do when winter rolls around IS go to Snow Play. We go every time we visit Big Bear. It's a lot of fun :)

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  12. Sledding and snowball fights!!!

    Debnmike moretti

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  13. We actually have gone before and it's super fun! Thanks for the awesome give away!

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  14. Drink hot chocolate and watch movies...in bed!

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  15. Since I live in SoCal when it gets "cold" here we usually like to wrap up in blankets and watch a movie-- but the times we have made the trip to col places love sledding and making snowmen with them.

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