Big Bear Lake
INFORMATION FROM THE EVENT ORGANIZERS
The 2018 Fun Run will be our 29th annual show, held on August 10th 11th and 12th.
Fun Run 2018 Official Application (for contestants)
Please Note that this is the only application that will be accepted.
The Fun Run at Big Bear Lake is a 3-day car show held in the Village of Big Bear Lake California. The event includes about 500 pre-assigned parking spaces, a Saturday afternoon ‘Cruise Around the Lake’ and a Sunday morning drive through awards presentation. The event will be our 29th annual show, and over the years has earned a very favorable reputation. The Fun Run is always held over the second weekend in August. The streets are generally full of spectators, and a summer shower may develop. This is a fun event.
You’re always welcome to come and check out all of the beautiful classic cars every Fun Run as well as other BBLACC car shows even if you’re not a contestant! There is absolutely no charge nor admission fee for attending as a visitor. Please come and enjoy the event!
Older Fun Run pages have descriptions of what past years look like. There are more than 500 cars on display, many vendors for food/drinks and souvenirs as well as Big Bear Village businesses, great live music, many people with similar interests and beautiful weather. The “Cruise Around the Lake” event is a fun way to see all of the cars driving by.
2018 Rule Additions:
Due to insurance liability issues, the follow new rules are being enacted for Fun Run 2018. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated.
1. No vehicles will be allowed entry after 9:30 AM or exit before 3:45 PM from designated show area. There will also be no vehicle movement allowed (i.e.: pin stripping appointments, etc.) within the show. Medical emergencies will be the only exception, see the information booth to make arrangements.
2. Burnouts will not be allowed within the show area or on the cruise around the lake. Failure to comply will result in not being allowed to participate in future shows.
3. Pop-ups are not to be set up in assigned/numbered parking spaces on the streets or parking lots. They may be used on sidewalks, and dirt/open areas where space allows.
4. All pop-ups must be weighted down to protect cars and participants from damage and injury caused by movement from wind.