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Our Mountain Communities
We live in one of the most diverse,
beautiful and pleasant areas in the country. Our communities all share
one common interest, keeping our national forest beautiful and our
communities safe and enjoyable. Our climate, environment, flora and
fauna are very similar to a lot of southwestern mountain areas with a
number of our own unique varieties and climate.
(Fort Tejon below)
Population Estimates by Area
(these totals are taken from the
Pine Mountain Club:
1800 Full-time residents and 1500 part-time.
2100 Full-time residents and 1000
1000 Full-time residents and 300
Cuddy Valley / Lockwood Valley:
2000 Full-time residents and 500 part-time.
Lake of the Woods:
850 Full-time residents and 400 part-time.
1850 Full-Time residents and 500 part-time.
Misc. Other Areas:
750 Full and part-time residents.
|Information subject to change at all
(Frozen Pond, Pine Mountain Club)
We have a very definite four
season mountain climate. Cool in the spring and fall, cold in the
winter and warm in the summer. Our falls are glorious up here with
all the foliage changing color, not from a lot of native plants but
from a lot of the imported trees and shrubs such as maple, poplar,
aspen, birch and other mid-west/east coast variety trees. We even
have a few native species of mammals that change coat colors. One is
a jack-rabbit that turns white in the winter and brown in the
spring. Our bobcats or lynx can also change color somewhat in the
winter and summer seasons. We are also fortunate to have an NOAA
weather station in Frazier Park as well as one in Sandberg.
The Frazier Park Station is online 365 days a year and can be found
Average Temperatures by Season
Average Annual Snowfall:
Average Annual Rainfall: 16.79 inches
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