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We've booked a Worldmark there. Tips for enjoying the area itself and for day trips from there, please?
For certain, I want to visit Joshua Tree Nat'l Park one day, but that's the only idea I have,
 

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We've booked a Worldmark there. Tips for enjoying the area itself and for day trips from there, please?
For certain, I want to visit Joshua Tree Nat'l Park one day, but that's the only idea I have,
Hike up to Castle Rock. Also, nice paths around the lake for biking if you're into that. If you're going with kids/teens, the Alpine Slidemight be a good idea. Also, the Big Bear zoo is actually quite nice, even though it's not very big. All of these activities are in Big Bear itself. A little outside of Big Bear, I suggest Heaps Peak Arboretum. Nice trails with some sequoias.
 
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