Big Rock Resort Is Taking the Winter Off

Have you heard of the term “sabbatical?” It means a rest from work… a break often lasting one month to a year. Many university professors take a sabbatical. Catholic priests do, too. And, this year, the folks who run Big Rock Resort are taking one. It’s important for people to take a break from what… Read more »

Here’s Why You Should Consider a Trip to June Lake in the Fall

The Los Angeles Times has been showing some love to June Lake. In an autumn article, the paper included the June Lake Loop as a prime place in California to see the beautiful fall leaves as they’re changing colors. June Lake Loop is a 15-mile route encircling June Lake and several other lakes and is… Read more »

Reasons to Go to the Minaret Vista

Many people come to Big Rock Resort to escape city life and, instead, enjoy the peaceful and often awe-inspiring sights of nature. Are you looking for gorgeous views and trails to hike? Less than 10 miles south of the June Lake Loop (where Big Rock Resort is located) you’ll find Minaret Vista. It’s the kind… Read more »

Tips for Taking Pictures of the Eastern Sierra Mountains

Big Rock Resort is located in the Eastern Sierra Mountains. If you have time to explore the region, you’ll discover Reversed Peak, Carson Peak, White Wing Mountain, Crater Mountain, Williams Butte, and Lookout Mountain, among others. Indeed, Big Rock Resort is literally nestled among mountains, and literally lakeside to gorgeous June Lake. Now if you… Read more »

Here’s Why You Should Come See the Devils Postpile National Monument This Summer

Big Rock Resort in June Lake, California, is located among The Sierra Nevada, a majestic mountain range located in the Central Valley/Great Basin of California. In the heart of this region you’ll find Devils Postpile National Monument, which takes up about 800 acres. It’s the kind of place many people who stay at Big Rock… Read more »

The Benefits of Going Rock Climbing Near June Lake, CA

Have you ever tried rock climbing? It has many benefits. For starters, rock climbing is a great way to build muscle and endurance. It can be quite the challenge to climb rocks– you have to use your hands, body and feet in ways they’re not normally used. Like climbing stairs or jogging, rock climbing is… Read more »

Take Advantage of Our Fishermen’s Special Before Rooms Are Filled

It’s that time of the year, again, when Big Rock Resort offers its fishermen’s special. If you like to fish in a boat on a lake surrounded by beautiful nature, then this offer is something to consider. Book now and get a good deal– the fishermen’s special–where you get a discounted rate on a cabin… Read more »

Here’s Why Craft Beer is Ideal for Vacations

Craft beer is beer made in a traditional or non-mechanized way by a small brewery. It’s been called “honesty in a bottle.” Many have said it “tastes better” than the commercialized, mass-produced stuff like Coors or Bud Light. Basically, craft beer is usually unique to a location, made with love, and enjoyed in the company… Read more »

Tips for Skiing With Your Children

You know what’s great about kids skiing? They have low centers of gravity so if and when they “fall down” they don’t have far to go, and it’s usually “no big deal.” If you were watching a six foot man fall down while skiing, you’d feel sorry for him, but a little squirt? It’s not… Read more »

Reasons to Spend Time at Mammoth Mountain

For some people, skiing is a way of life and they’re out on the slopes as much as possible during the winters. For others, it’s a once a year or once-in-a-lifetime event. Either way, skiing can make winter much more thrilling than it currently is. After all, heading down a mountain on two sticks is… Read more »