Perfectly active for all lifestyles.
Other outdoor activities include hiking trails, horse shoes, tether ball, ping pong, a paved basketball area/pickle ball court, and an 18-basket disc golf course–all free for Pendaries residents and guests to enjoy. Horseback trail riding is also available at a local private ranch.
Hiking on Pendaries Village roads, national forest roads, and lightly traveled county roads take you along streams, spring-to-fall wildflowers, and varied habitat for birds and wildlife. Longer trails go to Lost Lake, Upper Maestas Canyon, Lone Pine Mesa, Skyline Ridge and, most challenging of all, Gascon Point at 11,600’.
Biking on the paved and good gravel roads that extend into Maestas, Gascon, and Sapello Canyons is a great way to see the beauty of the area’s historic chapels, homes, ranches, and vistas.
Pendaries also has its own private Class A fishing pond.The 1.5 acre Spring Lake is stocked each spring with trout, bass, and bluegill. Pendaries residents and registered guests, as well as the residents and registered guests of the Pendaries RV Park, may purchase passes for daily catch limits to try their luck on the banks of the lake.
Outdoor concerts, art shows, farmers’ markets, and other special community and holiday events are scheduled throughout the year for residents and guests to enjoy.
The Community Center hosts many community events, such as meetings, workshops, classes, and art shows, as well as weekly afternoon sessions of bridge and Mexican train dominoes.