Lake Arrowhead Cabin Rental
Restored Rustic 1926 Lodge Style Cabin w/Spa Near Lake + Full Lake Rights + Ski Boat Option + Pet Friendly
1. Smoking is NOT allowed.
2. Guest signing agreement must be 25 years of age or over and be on the premises for entire rental period. Children should not be left unattended.
3. The cabin is privately owned; the owner is not responsible for any accidents, injuries or illness that may occur while on the premises or its facilities. The Homeowner is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings or valuables of the guest. By accepting this reservation, it is agreed that all guests are expressly assuming the risk of any harm arising from their use of the premises or others whom they invite to the premise.
4. Keep the property and all furnishings in good order
5. Only use appliances for their intended uses
6. No pets unless authorized by owner in advance. Maximum weight 70 lbs for dogs. No cats allowed.
7. Parking: Parking is limited to 4 vehicles. Vehicles all must be parked in designated driveway. Parking on the road is not permitted.
8. Housekeeping: There is no daily housekeeping service. Daily housekeeping service is available at an additional fee. Please let owner know at this time if you require daily housekeeping service. Bring your own towels. Bed linens, pillows and blankets are provided at no extra fee.
WHAT TO DO IN ARROWHEAD
Shopping: Arrowhead Village has Outlet Shops, some restaurants etc. There are several antique stores tucked away all over the mountain.
Music: Arrowhead Village has live bands on weekends during the warm months and a Farmers Market Fridays from 4-7 PM
Movie Theater: Two big screens are located in Blue Jay about 10 minutes from Arrowhead
Tour Boat: Lake Arrowhead is privately owned by those of us that own property immediately around the lake. The "Arrowhead Queen" is the only public boat on the lake. It leaves hourly from the Village. Cost $12 for a 50 minute tour (I think it is pretty cool.)
Lake: Arrowhead is 14 miles around and 185 feet deep. As a lake owner I have full lake rights including membership for up to 10 adults to the lake, marina, beaches, beach club and hiking trails.
Groceries: Jensen's Mini-Market is one block from the cabin. For wider selection - Big Jensen’s is in Blue Jay and Stater Brothers is next to the Village
Dining: Two blocks from the cabin is Cedar Glen Inn - great hometown cooking in a very rustic diner atmosphere. Best breakfast on the mountain. Portions are huge! The Saddleback Inn at Arrowhead Village is more upscale and there are several other restaurants tucked away all over the mountain. Every restaurant closes at 9:00 PM every night. All stores close at 6:00 PM daily.
At one end of Maple it veers to the lake, the other end of Maple has Post Office, Antique Shops, Hardware Store, Jensen’s Market, Gas Station, Gym, Yoga Studio, Diner, Steak House, Beauty Salon
Snow Sports: Snow Valley is 15 minutes North and Big Bear about 40 minutes North of Lake Arrowhead. They have slopes, sledding hills and snowboarding at both of those locations.
Hiking: 60 hiking trails available - the cool one is around the lake and is 14 miles
Fishing Lake Arrowhead
On February 16, 2016, the ALA completed a Fish Stocking, including 1,860 lbs of Fish, at the Marina Launch Ramp.
The fishing at Lake Arrowhead has never been better! ALA has been a careful steward to our fishery. Our lake is home to Large Mouth and Small Mouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, German Brown Trout, Catfish, Crappie and Bluegill.
Rainbow Trout are planted in the lake annually. Some of these are tagged. If you catch a fish with a tag, please give us a call and let us know the size and location of the catch. This information helps us in our fish stocking efforts.
Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Bass, Catfish, Crappie, Sunfish and Carp - Lake Arrowhead is a private lake. Therefore, it's use is restricted to homeowners in a tract of land roughly 1 mile around the perimeter of the lake, known as "Arrowhead Woods", and who must belong to "Arrowhead Lake Association" in order to access the lake.
Association members and guests have the opportunity to catch a nice variety of fish year round. Trout fishing, for fish up to 12 pounds, is the most popular - trout are stocked throughout the season -- but bass and crappie fishing is gaining rapidly. Cast-a-bubble, or the "on the drop" are two of the most productive methods during the day for the deep fish. Crappie fishing is good all over the lake on small jigs and baits for fish up to 15-inches, and carp anglers are doing very well with these hard fighting fish in the shallow water on dough balls, worms and even jigs. For details, call (909) 337-2595.
Please remember that there is no public fishing - only ALA members and their guests are allowed to fish the lake, and boat launching is prohibited by any persons other than members of the Arrowhead Lake Association. Boat rentals are not available at Lake Arrowhead.
Everything you ever wanted to know about fishing lake arrowhead is at http://secure.associationvoice.com/page/24073~653689/Fishing
Licenses, bait, tackle and other supplies are available at:
Cedar Glen Trading Post - (909) 337-3310
28946 Hook Creek Rd., Cedar Glen
Lake Arrowhead Marina - (909) 336-6151
870 State Highway 173 - North shore
Try to arrive in daylight. The mountain roads are very windy and there are almost no street lights.
Driving in Snow: You need chains or 4 WD to get up the mountain. If it is snowing or you expect snow while you are there it's best to get chains before you come. They sell out the minute is starts to snow. The hardware store at the end of my street behind Jensens tries to keep enough in stock, but you will pay more there. Also, the convenient store or auto store at the base of the mountain also sells out fast.
IMPORTANT: Highway Patrol will not allow you up without chains or 4 WD. It's a safety precaution, that frankly is a pain but it saves lives. Most often at the check point where they see if you have a 4WD or chains, there are usually men off to the side of the road that will help you put your chains on if you need it. I'm not sure what they charge, I think I paid $50 several years back.
ABOUT THE CABIN