Blog Cabin 2009: Life at Little Pine

With hiking trails, campsites, seasonal community events and more, see what life at Little Pine is all about.

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Mountain Views

Wilderness Views

Little Pine Mountain Views

The private and gated Preserve at Little Pine is surrounded by acres of pristine mountain wilderness.

Nature Hikes

Wilderness Hiking

Nature Hiking at Little Pine

Nature hikes, led by area biologists, are offered to families living at Little Pine.

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding at Little Pine

Horseback Riding at Little Pine

Photo By: Steven McBride View original photo.

Steven McBride

Residents can saddle up their horses at The Equestrian Center and explore a seemingly endless network of trails, meadows, pastures and farmland.

Wildlife

Little Pine Deer

Deer at Little Pine Community

The vast majority of the land at The Preserve at Little Pine will be placed into a conservation trust to protect its soil, its flora and its fauna for eternity.

Fishing

Fishing Lessons for the KIds

Fishing Clinic at Little Pine

Family-fun activities at Little Pine include casting for trout in the fully stocked pond.

Seasonal Events

Community Get-Together

Community Outings

At Little Pine, community comes first. Seasonal events provide an opportunity for neighbors to gather, to get better acquainted and to celebrate the beauty of nature.

Camping

Family Camping

Little Pine's Camp Out

Roast marshmallows over an open fire and then sleep under the stars at one of Little Pine’s campsites.

Four-Wheeling

Four-Wheeling Teens

Four-Wheeling at Little Pine

The sky’s the limit when it comes to outdoor activities. Residents can go at a slower pace and hike the many breathtaking trails, or they can speed across the landscape in a four-wheeler.

Canoeing

Enjoying the Pond at Little Pine

Boating at Little Pine

A sunny day calls for a quick paddle in the community’s pond.

Little Pine's W.C. Ward Pavilion

Cookouts at Little Pine

Cookouts

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