Local Businesses Open for Take-Out or Delivery



During these unique times, it is more important than ever to support our local businesses. We have compiled a list of businesses in Running Springs, Arrowbear, and Green Valley Lake that are open for take-out or delivery.

Deep Creek Drive-In:

A known Arrowbear favorite, Deep Creek Drive-In is open for pickup daily (drive on in!). They are also doing free deliveries on Saturdays, Sundays, and Tuesdays (for Taco Tuesday!). Just give them a call to place an order.


Address: 32890 Hilltop Blvd, Arrowbear Lake, CA
Phone: 909-867-3700

Status: Pickup, Free Deliveries Saturdays, Sundays, and Tuesdays


El Toto’s Mexican Restaurant:

El Toto’s just completed an interior remodel and they are eager to welcome your business again! Located in Downtown Running Springs, just behind Mountain Top Producers Realty.


Address: 31927 Hilltop Blvd, Running Springs, CA
Phone: 909-939-0291

Status: Pickup Only

Neo’s Pizza House:

Craving a pizza? Give Neo’s a call. They have an expansive menu that goes well beyond pizza and they do it all well. Located right in Downtown Running Springs.


Address: 32000 Hilltop Blvd, Running Springs, CA
Phone: 909-867-5373

Status: Pickup Only


Old Country Coffee Shop (OCCS):

OCCS is open daily for pickup orders only. Pickup is fast and easy!  Located in Downtown Running Springs.


Address: 32019 Holiday Ln, Running Springs, CA
Phone: 909-867-3100

Status: Pickup Only


Rocky’s Roadhouse:

Located right on Highway 18, Rocky’s is currently open for takeout Wednesday through Sunday, 10:00AM to 3:30 PM. Follow them on Facebook for their latest updates. We recommend trying their Rocky’s Italian sub if you haven’t yet. It’s delicious!


Address: 32150 Hilltop Blvd, Running Springs, CA
Phone: 909-939-0501

Status: Pickup Only


Alex Lim Luv2Cook:

Give this Green Valley Lake business a call and order some baked goods.


Status: Available for Orders


LuluBelle’s Mountain Bakery:

This Running Springs bakery is taking orders from fresh made bread, to delectable cinnamon rolls. Give them a call and order yourself a treat!


Status: Available for Orders, Delivery only
Phone: (310) 489-1777



Four Great Views Waiting For You

Living in Southern California affords locals with the unique benefit that of being within driving distance to the natural beauty of both forest and sea. Situated a mere 90 minutes away from Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County, the San Bernardino National Forest acts as a welcome sanctuary from busy day-to-day life.


In the last 3 million years, the mountains that surround San Bernardino County arose from the activity on the San Andreas Fault, proving that while nature may evolve over time, it remains constant. Life may move more slowly on the mountain, but the views that have developed over time will delight your senses and provide the much-needed respite that you can only find in nature.


We have assembled four of our favorite views in the Running Springs area, that you should make sure to see on your next visit.



1. Rim of the World Scenic Byway


Feast your eyes on the mesmerizing views all along this 110-mile drive that runs along the rim of the San Bernardino Mountains. Spanning across California Highways 138, 18, and 38, the Rim of the World Scenic Byway is open all year long! If you find yourself wanting to do this drive in the winter, make sure you have tire chains to put on your car in case of snowy conditions!


2. Arrowbear Lake


Feel the stress fade away when you visit the community of Arrowbear Lake is located just east of Running Springs, right off Highway 18. This charming city is aptly named, as it is located halfway between Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear. Surrounded entirely by beautiful National Forest, you can spot a wide variety of local wildlife with just a quick walk around the lake.



3. Pali Mountain


Amid two hundred fifty acres of unspoiled beauty, Pali Retreat is the perfect place to host your next conference, family reunion, corporate retreat, and more.

Although there are a myriad of paid activities that you can participate in while staying at Pali Retreat, you can also observe nature from one the gazebos or viewing areas that are available to all guests.



4. National Forest Association’s Children’s Forest


After the Bear Fire in 1970, this area of forest was replanted with trees that bear the names of the children that helped to reforest the area. The Children’s Forest is also home to one of the most popular hiking trails in the San Bernardino National Forest – the 4.5-mile Exploration Trail.


Located just east of Running Springs, from the Highway 330 junction, you will see a brown sign that indicates you have found the “Exploration Trail”. You will pass by beautiful trees, several streams, and take in beautiful views along the way. Should you decide to continue to make your ascent to Keller Peak, you can head on up to the Keller Peak fire lookout and see the San Bernardino Mountains, the San Gabriels, Saddleback, Sugarloaf, and more!

Stay In Touch With The Mountains