Golf, Tennis, Equestrian Center, Fishing,
A Clean, Safe and Mild Four Seasons Environment
Of Mountain Living in the Pines
One Hour North of the Santa Clarita
One Hour South of Bakersfield
What has 3,200 acres of pine and oak trees sweeping across valley floors into the high reaches of spectacular mountains? What is located just 55 miles from the Los Angeles city limits? What is surrounded by 1.7 million acres of National Forest?
If you guessed "Pine Mountain Club" to all the above, you're right. However, if you're like most folks, you've probably never heard of the place, much less know of the many recreational amenities available to Pine Mountain residents and their guests.
So what is there to do, you say? How about horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking. Pine Mountain Club and the surrounding forest offer miles of scenic trails. One can ride a horse or walk for hours without ever seeing another person or encountering a fence.
Of course, if you don't have hours, there's always the 1/4 mile nature trail to the waterfall. The views are incredible, including vistas of the Sierras, and the waterfall runs all year long.
Like to fish? The "Lower Lake" is fed by a year round stream and provides "catch and release" fishing without the need for a license.
If you're a golfer, there's a beautiful and challenging 9 hole executive course, complete with several water hazards and a fully appointed pro shop. About the only time you'll need to reserve a starting time is on holiday weekends.
Nestled in the pinon pine trees at the edge of the National Forest is a lovely campground with views of Mt. Pinos. For the camper's convenience, there are bathrooms with showers. Even many Pine Mountain residents don't know it's there.
Lampkin Park boasts a baseball diamond, basketball court, volleyball court, barbecues, picnic tables, and children's play area. Across the street, adjacent to the golf course, the Clubhouse offers tennis, swimming, a teen center, a café, and a lounge. Activities include movies, dances, Las Vegas nights, bridge, bingo, and special event parties. There's always something happening.
Children and adults alike, delight in the gentle four seasons environment. This forest community offers them a gigantic natural park for summer romping or winter snow play.
Pine Mountain Club's meadows and pine studded slopes are only 17 miles west of Interstate 5, yet are beautifully hidden from mainstream traffic. It is truly a "nearby-faraway place" that you and your family can enjoy all year long.