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The village at Lake Arrowhead

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3 Best Views in Lake Arrowhead

September 6, 2018

By Paola Zarate

Lake Arrowhead Village

The village at Lake Arrowhead is a picturesque town with fine-dining and water-themed activities. Lake Arrowhead Village is home to Lollipop Park, a family fun park on the very tip of a peninsula which extends into the lake. Get great family photos and enjoy go-carts, a carousel, bumper cars, and more! When you have finished with the rides and the big playground on the East side of the park, you can make your way up to Lake Arrowhead Village Beach which is the northernmost point on the peninsula. Enjoy great panoramic views of the lake, as well as picture perfect scenery. The beach is also a great place for a picnic. Easy to find, simply set your GPS for Lake Arrowhead Village or 28200 CA-189, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352, and follow the signs to the public parking. You will be right at the edge of the lake when you get there.

North Shore Campground

Whether you stay to camp or just enjoy some day-use activities, North Shore Campground is a must see. Experience the beautiful forest trails or sneak a picture of different species of birds on the lake. The campground is located 23 miles NE of San Bernardino in the San Bernardino National Forest, 3 miles from Lake Arrowhead Village. From San Bernardino, take Highway 18 about 20 miles to the Lake Arrowhead turn off. Take Highway 173 for 5 miles to northeast side of the lake. Turn right on Hospital Road and follow it to the campground and parking.

MacKay Park

MacKay Park is a beautiful day use area off Highway 73 and Torrey Rd. It boasts some of the most breathtaking views in the entire area, and includes a viewing deck, playground, and rock climbing wall. A gazebo with plenty of seating overlooks Lake Arrowhead and can be used to host events. The best part? It has a massive dog park with plenty of room for man's best friend to run around while you soak up the clean mountain air and sunshine.

There is much to see and even more to do at Lake Arrowhead, be sure to include it in your next family adventure and make the most of your photo opportunities.

About the author

Paola Zarate

Paola Zarate

Paola Zarate traded in her hometown in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado to Arrowbear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California several years ago. She now attends college and is pursing a teaching career.

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