Pick Your Own ROMPThink of it like a cruise excursion! Choose a fun Saturday afternoon activity (separate from weekend pass). Signups available soon!
Big Booty Pirate Ship cruise
Ahoy matey! Cruise the men and learn about Big Bear lake, and see sights like the solar observatory, China Island, celebrity homes, the story of the Four Dams and other fun stuff. This entertaining tour will complete your Big Bear ROMP experience! Round-trip transportation is included, and cocktails, beer and wine are available for purchase on board.
Spaces are limited to 25 passengers per cruise. Once sold out a waitlist will be available at the ROMP desk in host hotel lobby.
Mountain Zipline Tour
Got a taste for serious adventure? This 3-Hour zipline tour features 9 high-speed runs and a fun suspension bridge in the beautiful mountain terrain! The expert staff of tour guides will show you how to have the most fun ziplining in Big Bear (zipline gear provided).
Phil’s Trivia: Big Bear Edition
FIL TRI-vee-uh. When he’s not harassing old ladies or chasing woodland creatures, Phil Lisotta spends his free time taunting audiences with creative trivia and witty banter. Topics range from the informative to the absolutely absurd – and you’ll love it. Join him on Saturday afternoon for an entertaining and hilarious trivia experience you’ll have nightmares about.
Timbers Room, 2nd floor Host hotel
Mountain Room Escapes
Mountain Room Escapes is an innovative and unique room escape game in Big Bear Lake village. With special effects, challenging and unique puzzles, a unique scoring system and customization options; Mountain Room Escapes is a must try while in Big Bear. Big Bear ROMP attendees get a group discount!
Scenic Sky Chair @ Snow Summit
Take a ride on the scenic Sky Chair at Snow Summit and experience the most breathtaking views in all of Big Bear. The mile-long ride transports sightseers, hikers, and cross-country & downhill mountain bikers (rentals available for an additional fee) through the San Bernardino National Forest to an elevation of 8,200 feet.