Big Bear City East Email Updates

Big Bear City East Real Estate Statistics

Big Bear City East – BBCE

  • Flat
  • Tranquil
  • Treed
  • Easy access

Area Overview

This easy to access area off the Highway 38 down the mountain, has a tranquil atmosphere throughout that matches the peaceful retirement community covering the south end. The area is enough away from the valley centers to miss the crowds, but still close enough to have easy access to everything you need.

  • Retirement community on the south end
  • Close to Highway 38 for trips down the hill
  • Tranquil neighborhood for sitting outside or strolling the streets
  • Easy access to the 38 down the hill

Natural Surroundings

The trees in this area are mostly pinion pine with scattered Jeffrey pine, so the shorter, sparser trees create an open feel. The flat terrain still has a forested atmosphere before moving toward more desert surroundings further east. The views are more forested to the west and south and open toward the east.

Home Facts

  • Mostly small to mid-sized homes
  • Retirement mobile home park (Whispering Pines)

Things to Do

  • Visit Big Bear Valley’s only cemetery
  • Participate in activities at the Whispering Pines community building
  • Parks: stroll through Tom Core Park at the north end of Whispering Pines

Utilities

Schools

  • Big Bear Middle School
    • (Grades 7-8 )
    • 41275 Big Bear Blvd. / PO Box 1607
    • Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
    • TEL: (909) 866-4634
  • Big Bear High School
    • (Grades 9-12 )
    • 351 Maple Lane / PO Box 1708
    • Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
    • TEL: (909) 585-6892
  • Chautauqua High School (Continuation)
    • (Grades 9-12)
    • 525 Maple Lane / PO Box 1815
    • Sugarloaf, CA / Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
    • TEL: (909) 585-2521
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