Hiking, Horseback Riding, and More at The Preserve
Activities at The Preserve are far from scarce. Residents can enjoy hiking through the Appalachian Trail and a 700-acre land trust surrounding The Preserve, adventurous UTV rides through mountain trails, exploring the land via horseback, fly-fishing and much more. The open-air Pavilion sitting at the heart of The Preserve also provides a beautiful space for friends and family to gather and enjoy. To book a horseback riding excursion, contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The covered open-air Pavilion and stone fireplace located in the heart of The Preserve provides a beautiful space for friends and family to gather and enjoy the great outdoors. The Pavilion at The Preserve is a perfect space to celebrate any occasion with glorious views of the Blue Ridge Mountains as your background. This special place is unlike any other in the Wolf Laurel community.
Bucktown Stables, just a stone’s throw away from the entrance to The Preserve and adjacent to the Buck House Inn, has riding options available for everyone—from eager first-timers to seasoned riders. Our expert horseback guides offer daily trail tours through the Blue Ridge Mountains providing the opportunity to get into the saddle and take to the mountains. For inquiries or to book a riding tour, please email Heather at email@example.com.
The Preserve has dedicated trails for Utility Terrain Vehicles that cut through the backwoods of the community. These well-tended trails instill a sense of adventure and freedom for all at The Preserve to enjoy. Grab your keys, your friends and load up…the UTV trails await.
With access to the Appalachian Trail and a 700-acre land trust that nestles the community, The Preserve at Wolf Laurel hiking trails are practically at your back door. With varying degrees of difficulty depending on your desired length, the trails will take you through some stunning century-old foliage, historic farmland and along beautiful mountain streams.