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Thanks to our friends at Wildflower Photo Co. 


to Cienaga Creek Ranch 

Idyllic in any season, the cabins at Cienaga Creek Ranch in Big Bear, CA provides breath-taking views, undisturbed nature to explore and private pet-friendly cabin rentals. 


Our four Big Bear rental cabins are located on 40 acres in the San Bernardino National Forest with views of the Pacific Crest Trail, which stretches from the Border of Mexico to the Canadian Crossing.

Whether you're seeking an unplugged family vacation, a secluded romantic getaway for two, a pet-friendly cabin rental escape or quiet solitude, our cabins offer peaceful, luxurious comfort.

The cabins at Cienaga Creek are far from utility lines and rely 100 percent on solar energy for a naturally green cabin experience.

While we're not far from Los Angeles, you will feel the difference as you escape the sights, sounds and lights of city life. The climate is a unique change from that of Southern California. Big Bear offers four distinct seasons, each a lovely time to visit.

We hope to see you soon! 


"After being in San Diego for a few nights, our cabin on this ranch was a perfect getaway. We liked the location- secluded yet just 20 minutes from Big Bear Lake. The ranch was easy to find & a beautiful drive from Redlands. Julie was a great hostess. We made the mistake of buying a case of water bottles before we arrived. We were not aware of the fresh spring water available. We also enjoyed perfect weather during this first week of July. Sunny days & starry nights!!"

Barry & Karen from Illinois

“We loved our host Julie, she was kind and informative. The kitchen was fully stocked with all the pots and pans, etc. needed. The property grounds are awesome, so quiet and away from everything it was exactly what we were looking for also the views are wonderful even when your in the cabin the windows are situated in such away that it allowed you to enjoy the outside while your inside! The kind use of the sleds was also great and our daughter couldn’t of had a better time in the snow. She was very disappointed that we had to leave and asked when we could come back 😊”


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