318 Mountaintop Acres
Watch the sun rise and set from your own mountaintop with 360 degree vistas and 30 mile views. No light pollution ensures spectacular views of the night sky. Elevation 2400'.
45 acres gently rolling pasture; 7 acres fenced with woven wire. Three water hydrants located between Pioneer Lodge and The Log Barn are accessible to fenced pastures.
Over 250 acres of mature hardwoods with 3 season streams, year-round springs, long tapering ridge lines, north and south facing slopes and a huge wildlife population offer unlimited variety and adventure. A rare parcel of lush, flat land in the low lying interior with a productive year-round spring is an ideal site for a camp and pond, and is the location of the old Nanny Lambert homestead.
The large pond (220’x120’x12’deep) was built in 2003 to USDA specifications. It is crystal clean, spring-fed and provides swimming, fishing and canoeing fun for all size groups
The small pond is spring-fed, clear and cool at 14’ deep. Both ponds are filled with bluegill and bass.
Bordered on two sides by Bluestone Wildlife Management Area.
Miles of well maintained interior trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and ATV use, and direct access to public trails along the New River.