Things To Discover Pine Mountain Club, CA
Artworks Community Gallery
“Art is a means by which a community develops for itself a medium for self-expression and interpretation" We are located in the Pine Mountain Village at 16233 Pine Valley Lane. Call (661)-858-3130 email : email@example.com
We are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Our local bear population needs your help. Bears fed by humans are eventually put down by the USFG. There is no relocation program for "problem" bears. "Please don't feed the bears". TIPS: Lock your car. Do not store food in vehicles; multiple cars are damaged each year. Contact BearAware at (661) 242-6988 for help with bears. Photo by Anick Reese.
Bella's Array & Pine Mountain Eclectics
Bella’s Array and Pine Mountain Eclectics: two unique shops in one location. We carry clothing, home decor, jewelry, antiques, vintage, art, kids items and much more! Come see us at the southwest end of the village, behind Pine Mountain Inn, in the big gray building at 16241 Askin Drive!
In 1992 two men hiked into Sheep Camp (wilderness campsite) near Pine Mountain Club witnessed a bigfoot creature. The class "A" sighting is retold by local historian Peter Grey in a book "Deep In The Forest." Available at Adventures Ink book store.
Pine Mountain Club is surrounded by plenty of campgrounds. One local favorite is at the top of Cerro Norroeste mountain. "Camp-O-Alto" is a seasonal campground nestled among large pines at 8500 ft; in a spectacular setting. The vista and sunsets on the drive to the top of the mountain are epic.
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Carl Reese is a 5 star rated contractor, home inspector and multiple Guinness Book World Records holder. "Do it once and do it right!" No project is too big or small for his team of craftsman. Licensed, Insured and Bonded. (661) 877-1499
Los Padres Mine
The Los Padres Mine is documented in the 'upcoming' book by local historian Peter Grey. Many treasure hunters have looked for the mine. Randy Ferringer was one such individual that came the area in search of the lost mine. Randy's passion for treasure hunting was the subject of many stories. Peter's book unlocks the mystery with new information. Photo Carl Reese
Mild Four Seasons
Pine Mountian Club is home to a mild four seasons weather. Yes we get snow, and some years we get lots of it. The summers are cool compared to down off the hill. Typically 15 degrees cooler then LA or Bakersfield. We have clean mountain air and occasional summer rainstorm.
I am an experienced local real estate professional who is passionate about my business. I will guide you through each step of buying or selling your home to make it a positive and stress free process. Professional staging and photos are included, at no additional cost.
Call Robert Antinoro at 818.517.5710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pine Mountain Club offers great Alpine XC-Trails in Southern California. Let us discover the best trails in California. The mountain is typically 15 degrees cooler than LA. Pine Mountian Club Mountain biking trails are the best kept secret in Southern California.
Rural & Rustic
Home of Pine Mountain Coffee Company, Live Inspired Designs, and Adventure Ink books.
A unique selection of jewelry, gifts, greeting cards, a wide variety of books & maps, including books by local authors, with an espresso bar with pastries. Come by and relax in our cozy shop. Located at 16225 Askin Dr, Pine Mountain Club, CA, United States, 93225
Pine Mountain Club has some of the best opportunities to view the stars. Astronomers visit our local area to set up their telescopes on the New Moon. The Milky Way is visible on clear nights. Reminder: Turning off your outdoor lights on the new moon is will help preserve our view of the stars.
Photo: Anick Reese
The Hermit House
Antiques, gifts, art, clothing and consignment store. Quality items at great prices. New items are added almost daily. Two locations to choose from in the Village - next to LaLena Mexican restaurant and rear of Mountain Properties building, across from Rural & Rustic.
The Jim Whitener ponderosa is Pine Mountian Club's largest tree. It stands along Mil Potrero Highway when driving into from the I-5. The age estimates of the "Whitener Tree" from 600 to 1000 years old. Contact Realtor Stacy Havener for more details or accessing the tree; Stacey can be reached most days at Tru North Realty or Base Camp. (Photo: Peter Gray)
Free guest WiFi is provided by CR Construction with cooperation from Robert Antinoro of Mountain Reality, Base Camp, Peak to Peak Realty, The General Store, Adventure Ink, Live Inspired Designs, Rural and Rustic, Artworks Community Gallery and the Laundromat. No passwords are required. Select "DiscoverPMC" in your wifi settings and wait for the popup to appear.
Carry chains and a sleeping bag in your car during the winter months. It is not uncommon for roads to be closed or chains to be required to travel. During winter storms tow trucks can be in short supply. Be prepared.