Directions

We are located at 16231 Askin Dr, Pine Mountain Club, CA 93222, just an hour away from the big cities of Southern California and the Central Coast Beach areas and Southern San Joaquin Valley!

Use the map above, or find detailed directions below:

From the south (Los Angeles, San Diego, etc.)

Take the I-5 freeway north from your destination in the south until you reach Frazier Park at the top of the famous “Grapevine”. You will see a turn off called Frazier Park Rd. / Frazier Park, take this turn off and turn left at the stop sign. Follow under the freeway until you reach the next stop sign, you are now on Frazier Park Rd. Follow the “Directions from Frazier Park” below.

From the north (Sacramento, Fresno, Bakersfield, etc.)

Take the I-5 freeway south from your destination in the north until you reach Frazier Park at the top of the famous “Grapevine”. You will see a turn off called Frazier Park Rd. / Frazier Park, take this turn off and turn right at the stop sign. Follow under the freeway until you reach the next stop sign, you are now on Frazier Park Rd. Follow the “Directions from Frazier Park” below.

Directions from the west (San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Cuyama, etc.)

From the 101 freeway (either coming from the north or south on highway 101) take the California Highway 166 east exit for Bakersfield. Keep in mind the next services on this road are 54 miles from the 101 freeway in New Cuyama. The turn off for Pine Mountain Club is roughly 62 miles from highway 101 and is called Cerro Noestro Road. Travel east on Highway 166 and pass through New Cuyama, Cuyama and then the junction of Highway 33 on your right. Cerro Noestro Rd. turn off will be about 3 miles from the junction of Highway 33 on your right. Keep your eyes open for a small sign with Cerro Noestro on it as there is only one before you get to the turn off and it comes up quick. Once you get to the top of a small hill you will start to go down hill, the turn off will come up fairly quickly on your right after you begin going down hill. Take the Cerro Noestro turn off to your right and travel 24 miles until you reach Pine Mountain Club. As shown on the map you will want to look for a street called Pine Circle. This is the first street into the Village Center from this direction along side the gas station you will see. Turn right on Pine Circle and continue into the Village Center past the first street on your right then follow the road around Pine Circle and the gazebo until you see the Pine Mountain Inn in front of you. Feel free to park anywhere, come in and relax, you made it!

From the South / West (Santa Barbara, Ojai, Ventura, etc.)

From Goleta, Santa Barbara, Carpentaria, etc., go south on highway 101 to the highway 126 exit in Ventura. Take highway 126 east to highway I-5, go north on highway I-5 to Frazier Park and follow the "Directions From Frazier Park" (below). From Ojai take highway 33 to highway 101 west (roughly 12 miles) and go south on the 101 to highway 126 (Ventura). Take highway 126 east to Santa Clarita and highway I-5. Take highway I-5 north to Frazier Park, then follow the "Directions From Frazier Park (below)" to get to the Inn. You can also take highway 150 south out of Ojai to Santa Paula and highway 126. From Santa Paula you go east on highway 126 just as you would from the first locations to highway I-5, then highway I-5 north to Frazier Park. From Ventura simply take highway 126 east to highway I-5, go north to Frazier Park and follow the "Directions From Frazier Park (below)", we will see you here!

From Ojai Using Highway 33 (the old back way thru Lockwood Valley)

From Ojai, take the Maricopa Highway (highway 33) east approximately 35 miles to the Lockwood Valley Road - turn right on Lockwood Valley Road and follow it for approximately 27 miles until you reach Frazier Mountain Park Road (there will be a market/deli on the left of this intersection). Turn left on Frazier Mountain Park Road and it will turn into Cuddy Valley Road, approximately 5.2 miles. You will then see a sign with Pine Mountain Club on it and a fork to the right off of Cuddy Valley Road, take this fork to the right and travel approximately 5.1 miles and you will arrive in Pine Mountain Club. Take a left at Freeman Dr., travel about 400 feet and then take a right on Pine Valley Lane, this is the main street of the Village Center. Go straight until reaching a stop sign, veer off to the left and follow the road around Pine Circle and the gazebo until you see the Pine Mountain Inn in front of you. Feel free to park anywhere and relax, you made it!

From Camarillo, Oxnard

Take highway 101 north to the highway 126 exit in Ventura. Take highway 126 east to highway I-5, take highway I-5 north to Frazier Park, the follow the "Directions From Frazier Park (below)" to get to the Inn. we will see you here!

From Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, etc.

Take highway 101 north the highway 23 exit. Take highway 23 north to highway 118 (highway 23 turns into highway 118 and then goes east). Go east on highway 118 to highway I-5, go north on I-5 to Frazier Park and follow the "Directions From Frazier Park (below)", we will see you here!

From Simi Valley

Take highway 118 east to highway I-5, go north on I-5 to Frazier Park and follow the "Directions From Frazier Park (below)", we will see you here!

Directions from Frazier Park

Continue straight on Frazier Park Rd. until you reach a flashing red-light 4-way stop. You are now in Frazier Park. Continue straight again on Frazier Park Rd. You will travel approximately 14 miles on Frazier Park Rd. and Cuddy Valley Rd. The road just changes names about half way through the 15 miles, nothing to be concerned with just wanted to make sure there was no confusion. You will then come to a fork in the road (or “Y” as the locals call it). Cuddy Valley Rd. continues straight up Mt. Pinos and the fork to the right will be Mil Potrero Hwy. You want to take the fork to the right and travel on Mil Potrero Hwy for 5 miles; you will then reach Pine Mountain Club. Look for Pine Mountain Auto Center (our only gas station). Make a left at the gas station and follow the road around Pine Circle and the gazebo until you see the Pine Mountain Inn in front of you. Feel free to park anywhere and relax — you made it!

We look forward to seeing you!