Bear Valley Springs, a popular Equestrian community
with Horse Trails and lots of Horse Folks and Horse Properties

 
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Bear Valley Springs

Kern County


Bear Valley Springs Equestrian Center - A 42 Acre Center


Equestrian Center - use of all arenas, round pens & facilities free to property owners - boarding fees are extra
50 miles of dedicated/designated & maintained riding and hiking trails
Oak Tree Country Club & Restaurant - gourmet meals. Lounge with live music at least one night on the weekends, reading & card room, banquets. Oak Tree Golf Course - free golf to property owners (minimum charge to their guests)
Oak Tree Golf Course - Mulligan Room - snack bar - breakfast - lunch - dinner
Tennis Courts, Swimming Pool - free to property owners
Whiting Center - Exercise and Fitness Room, Sauna, Spa, lockers, showers, game room, play area for children, Basketball court - free use to property owners Campgrounds - regular campsites w/hookups - equestrian campsites w/corrals
Cub Lake - fishing, picnics, children's play area, rest rooms, horse tie rails & corrals
Four Island Lake - swimming, boating (no motors), picnics, fishing
Rifle and Archery Ranges BVS Market and Deli

There is a fee of approximately $460 added to your property taxes each year to pay for the BVS 24-hour manned gate guarded entrance, post office, road maintenance, snow removal, police dept., and other miscellaneous items through the BVS Community Services District (CSD).


Water bill is paid to the CSD and includes a charge of approx. $13.00/ month for trash.
All household and yard trash (including horse manure) is to be taken to the "dump" (large containers which are transported out of BVS). The "dump" is located near the CSD office in Bear Valley Springs.
Properties over two acres may spread their horse manure. You must have at least one acre of land to have horses. There is a limit of four horses per acre.
Some properties on the valley floor have natural gas - others use propane tanks.

Horse folks enjoy about 50 miles of dedicated and maintained equestrian trails through the valleys, foothills, canyons, and high country of Bear Valley Springs. Approximately 9000 acres have been left in their natural state for the enjoyment of Bear Valley Springs property owners. Horse folks enjoy more than 50 miles of dedicated and maintained equestrian trails through the valleys, foothills, canyons, and high country of Bear Valley Springs. Approximately 9000 acres have been left in their natural state for the enjoyment of Bear Valley Springs property owners.

The weather is good for outdoor activities, below 100 in the summer, and snow never stays on valley floor more than a day or two. The elevation is approximately 4,000. The overall property encompasses a broad grassland valley, upland meadows, hills studded with stands of majestic oaks, high mountain pine forests, and an extensive wilderness area. It is about 32 miles to Mojave,  48 miles to Bakersfield, 68 miles to Palmdale and 110 miles to Los Angeles. On the valley floor of the 25,000 acres is the ten-acre Cub Lake and thirty-acre Four Island Lake which beckon the fishing and sailing families. There is  now a recently formed Bear Valley Springs Yacht Club. The community includes about 110 miles of paved roads.

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