Lake Wildwood Real Estate
Lake Wildwood is an exclusive gated community with over 2,800 member parcels. The Lake Wildwood development is in Penn Valley around the lake. Peruse current Lake Wildwood Real Estate offerings below.
Here are all the current Lake Wildwood Homes for Sale MLS listings. CA approximately 12 miles west of Grass Valley and one hour north of Sacramento.
Real estate properties include single-family homes, condominiums and townhouses as well as land lots. Built around a 300 acre lake, many homes are lake front properties or have beautiful lake front views and access. The homes are nestled among over 65 acres of parks and greenbelts, including 5 developed parks, surrounding
Lake Wildwood Real Estate Amenities and Recreation
The 300 acre Lake Wildwood has a 80 slip marina, launching ramp and clubhouse. Amenities include a 42′ x 75′ swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, an 18 hole golf course with driving range, full service Pro Shop, and Clubhouse with a cocktail lounge, outdoor deck, and two indoor dining rooms. Popular sports include golf, swimming, tennis, fishing, and boating.
Lake Wildwood is an active community with over 40 clubs, classes and events offered to resident members. As a result, residents savor a special comradery. Local news is published in the weekly “Bits and Pieces” and the semimonthly “Wildwood Independent” newspaper.
Residents are professionals, business people, and retirees as well as second home owners escaping the Bay Area and Sacramento. The spacious greenbelts and lake attract wildlife population of deer, turkeys, migrating Canada geese, and even an occasional eagle.
Lake Wildwood was formed by the damming of Deer Creek. Sierra Streams Institute describes Deer Creek as “A ribbon of nature, it winds its way through pine forests and alpine meadows, forging canyons and shaping the landscape on its journey downhill. As it rushes through downtown Nevada City, it hosts spawning rainbow and brown trout. Downstream, little known but beautiful, Deer Creek Falls hurries the water towards Lake Wildwood. where residents enjoy swimming and boating. Below the lake, pine forest gives way to willow and oak, and the creek teems with beaver, river otter, eagles, and great blue herons.”
Lake Wildwood is only 5 miles from the historic covered bridge on the South Yuba River at Bridgeport, CA. Visitors enjoy swimming, hiking, panning for gold, and participating in various docent led activities.