Picture this: You find the absolute perfect place to stay for your vacation in Big Bear, select your dates, go to book… and find out it’s not dog friendly. Sound familiar? For a doting dog parent like you, this can ruin a vacation before it even begins.

Well this one’s for you: Here are 10 of our favorite pet-friendly cabins in Big Bear—dogs not just allowed, but encouraged!

PineKnott Rustic Retreat

Pine Knott Rustic Retreat

Pine Knott Rustic Retreat

Whether you’re looking for a snowy winter getaway or a summer hiking adventure, this unbelievably cozy Big Bear cabin just a short stroll from the Village is a smart choice for you, your pups, and a group of up to 10—what’s not to love?

Tour PineKnott Rustic Retreat.

Lincoln Log Lodge

Lincoln Log Lodge

Lincoln Log Lodge in Big Bear

Named after your favorite childhood building blocks, the Lincoln Log Lodge has a great fenced yard for your dog and is made of beautiful natural wood, inside and out. Take a soak in the hot tub, grill up some burgers, then warm up in front of the living room fireplace for movie night.

Tour Lincoln Log Lodge.

Pine Ellis Lodge

Pine Ellis Lodge

Pine Ellis Lodge

Calling all cooks: You won’t be able to resist this beautifully updated kitchen—and Fido won’t be able to resist cleaning up food scraps while you’re cooking. And just wait until you see the gorgeously furnished living room.

Tour Pine Ellis Lodge.

The Resting Falcon

Resting Falcon vacation cabin in Big Bear

The Resting Falcon vacation cabin in Big Bear

Cute as a button, this A-frame is one of our favorite pet-friendly homes. After grabbing a latte at Moonridge Coffee Company across the street, walk back and let the dogs play in the fully-fenced backyard.

Tour The Resting Falcon.

Siskiyou Chalet

pet friendly big bear cabin

Siskiyou Chalet

Relaxing private hot tub? Check. Steps from Bear Mountain Ski Resort and Big Bear Alpine Zoo? Check. Pet-friendly? Check! Now who wants to go on a walk?

Tour Siskiyou Chalet.

Cozy Cottage

big bear cabin pet friendly

Cozy Cottage

Sometimes, it’s the little things that really make a place home. And you’ll find plenty of those things in this Sugarloaf cottage, from a beautiful stone fireplace to reclaimed wood plank kitchen cabinets.

Tour Cozy Cottage.

Moondrift

Moondrift big bear cabin

Moondrift

Have you ever seen such a perfect hot tub view? When you need a little R&R in the great outdoors, grab the dogs and a group of five and make your escape to this Big Bear Lake cabin, just across the street from the golf course.

Tour Moondrift.

Baby Bear

Baby Bear cabin

Baby Bear

This sweet little cottage is lovely for a romantic getaway for two—or a trip with just you and the dog! Walk down to Lagonita Point and let your pooch know who’s a good boy, then come back and let the fireplace fuel your creative spirit.

Tour Baby Bear.

Papa Bear

Papa Bear

Papa Bear

Larger than the neighboring Baby Bear cabin, but with just as much charm, Papa Bear sleeps up to five humans and one furry friend. Sit out on the deck in an Adirondack chair, your pup curled up by your side, and just breathe.

Tour Papa Bear.

Dream Catcher

dream catcher cabin in big bear

Dream Catcher

You can’t get much cuter than this rustic abode. This cabin is completely surrounded in nature, and Big Bear Lake is only a few streets away so you can take Fido on walks!

Tour Dream Catcher.

Didn’t find what you’re looking for? Check out even more Big Bear pet-friendly cabin rentals.

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Author: Rachael Decker

A Seattle native, Rachael first fell in love with travel on a trip to visit her grandparents in Palm Springs when she was five years old. Some of her other favorite destinations include the Amalfi Coast, Prague, Edinburgh, and London, where she studied abroad for four months. At home in Portland, you'll find her sampling regional ciders and taking weekend trips to the coast and Mt. Hood.