Welcome to Bear Valley SpringsCome for a visit, stay for a lifetime!
Bear Valley Springs is one of the truly unique living areas of its kind in the nation. A community atmosphere is present – an atmosphere which harkens back to an earlier, gentler time, when life was cleaner, simpler, and more peaceful.
Nearly 25,000 acres in size, this gate guarded mountain-ringed community of fewer than 3,700 residential lots and condominium units, encompasses a broad grassland valley, upland meadows, and hills studded with stands of ancient and majestic oaks, high mountain pine forests, and an extensive wilderness area.
The Best of Two Worlds
The rugged beauty and varying terrain of the land are augmented by an abundance of leisure-time facilities. Carefully placed in an unmatched setting of natural beauty, the facilities include:
Oak Tree Country Club
Approximately 26 acres, including clubhouse with restaurant, cocktail lounge and offices; swimming pool, wading pool, deck area with snack bar; four tennis courts, two paddle tennis courts, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, badminton court, picnic and barbecue areas, and parking area.
Oak Tree Country Club Golf Course
A nine-hole par 36 course designed by golf course architect Ted Robinson. There is also a driving range, golf cart storage building, pro shop, restaurant and parking area.
Whiting Community Center
A 10,000 square-foot recreational center, including a multi-purpose gymnasium for basketball, volleyball, and meetings, recreation and game room, arts and crafts area, weight and exercise room, whirlpool and sauna, lockers and showers.
Approximately 2 acres consisting of a general store, snack bar, offices, gas station, rest room facilities, parking area, water wise landscaping, picnic area plus the BVS School House Museum.
Approximately 42 acres consisting of a clubhouse with manager’s quarters, barn, tack room, stables, corrals, paddocks, training ring, rodeo ring, and parking area.
Something for Everyone!
Lakes, Campgrounds, Park Areas, Wilderness Area and Equestrian Trails
Emanating from the equestrian center are approximately 47 miles of equestrian trails within Bear Valley Springs.
Approximately 9,000 acres have been left in their natural state for riding and hiking. The wilderness trail system offers hikers more than 10 miles of developed trails.
Park areas consist of approximately 70 acres, including campgrounds, barbecue pits, picnic tables, showers, overnight equestrian stops, rifle range, and archery range.
Both Cub Lake (10 acres) and Four Island Lake (30 acres) within Bear Valley Springs are open for fishing.
Fees may be charged to property owners and/or their guests for the use of recreational facilities, including green fees (guests only), cart rental, and golf lessons, boarding of horses, and riding lessons, campground registration fee, and overnight charge (guests only). Fees and use charges are established by the Bear Valley Springs Association on an annual basis.
Bear Valley Springs is a Self- Governing Community
Bear Valley Springs Association
A California non-profit corporation managed by a Board of Directors; elected by members. Lot owners and condominium owners are members, and pay an annual assessment to the Association. The Association leases, operates, and regulates the use of Equestrian Center, Recreation Center, Community Center, Golf Course Center, Park Areas, and other amenities. Telephone (661) 821-5537
Environmental Control Committee consists of 3 members appointed by the Board of Directors of the Association to control the environment of Bear Valley Springs, including floor plans, elevations, exterior materials and colors, location of improvements, drainage, sewage facilities and landscaping.
Bear Valley Community Services District
Formed under California Community Services District Law managed by a Board of Directors (who must be resident property owners). District owns, maintains and regulates the use of the water system, sanitation system, roads, entrance gate, equestrian trails, and wilderness area. District also owns and maintains other community facilities which are leased to and operated by the Association. District also provides police and gate security services. Telephone (661)821-4428
The entrance gate is guarded 24 hours daily. Entrance is by Gate Pass only. The Bear Valley Police Department provides 24 hour patrol within Bear Valley Springs, and maintains internal security. Telephone (661)821-1110
Contact the ONLY Commercially Owner and Operated Real Estate Office in BVS!
26900 Bear Valley Road Tehachapi, CA 93561
Bear Valley Springs Realty
Real Estate Office serving Bear Valley Springs and the Greater Tehachapi Area
Tehachapi, CA 93561