May 17th & 18th 2014
From 9am-5pm Each Day

Directions to Pine Mountain Club, The Lilac Festival - Click HERE to get a Google Map for customized directions

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Directions

From San Francisco (north): Take the I-5 freeway south until you reach the Frazier Park exit, this is located at the top of the notorious "grapevine". Go west on Frazier Park Road which turns into Cuddy Valley Road. When you get through Cuddy Valley you will come to a "Y" in the road (yes, we locals even refer to it as the "Y", how original huh? Turn right at the "Y" - Pine Mountain Club is only 5 miles form here, you won't miss it!
From Los Angeles (south):Take the I-5 freeway north until you reach the Frazier Park exit, this is located at the top of the notorious "grapevine". Go west on Frazier Park Road which turns into Cuddy Valley Road. When you get through Cuddy Valley you will come to a "Y" in the road (yes, we locals even refer to it as the "Y", how original huh? Turn right at the "Y" - Pine Mountain Club is only 5 miles form here, you won't miss it!
From Santa Maria (west): From the 101 freeway (either going north or south on 101) take the California highway 166 east for Bakersfield. Keep in mind the next services on this road are 54 miles in New Cuyama. The turn off for Pine Mountain Club is roughly 62 miles from highway 101 and is called Hudson Ranch Road. After you pass through New Cuyama, Cuyama and then by the junction of highway 33 on your right you will travel roughly 3 miles until you reach the Hudson Ranch Road turn off on your right. Keep your eyes open for a small sign as there is only one before you get to the turn off. 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 Hudson Ranch Road turn off and travel 24 miles until you reach Pine Mountain Club. This is the only road into the area from this direction and it is very small and windy. Be careful on this road and even in May we can still have icy spots if you are traveling in late night or early morning hours.