Welcome to Buck Mountain

A “Thank You” from Pat Jones to Buck Mountain Property Owners
For almost ten years I have enjoyed working with property owners on Buck Mountain from my home, the POA Office, at 218 Doe Run.  No job in my long management history has given me more pleasure, for you have truly become friends and supporters during my tenure here.  Though I will be paid until the end of my contract at the closing of 2015, I want you to know that this office is closed as of October 1st.  Owners may pose questions and voice mountain compliments and concerns by calling the new POA phone number – 336-818-3223.

Again, please accept my sincere gratitude for your many kindnesses, for giving me the joy of your fellowship as we worked together in the past.  I look forward to the future as your neighbor in a continuing relationship from my home.  We truly share life in a lovely community!

Pat Jones


08/10/15   The BuckMtnPOA.com website is going away.  Dana has created a new website, which he has already introduced by email to members.  I want to thank you all for your support and encouragement throughout the years I produced newsletters (June 2007 - Feb 2014) and the website (2008 - 2015) for you.  I have not been provided the ability to upload historical documents to the new website, but have old newsletters and board minutes for those interested in preserving the history of the POA.  There is much to be learned from the past.
I wish only the best for Buck Mountain members and residents.
Susan Crews

Established in 1995, Buck Mountain is a private, gated, residential community located in western Wilkes County, North Carolina.  Just 7 highway miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, our homes are blessed with outstanding mountain views and/or beautiful cozy valleys.

Everything from comfortable cozy cabins to larger mountain homes can be found within the community.  Encompassing approximately 2,800 acres with over 600 individual tracts, Buck Mountain's rural atmosphere encourages a slower lifestyle.  Our community has it all - the conveniences of modern suburbia and the peace and quiet of country living.

Parks and Recreation

Hiking trails abound on Buck Mountain.  There is a beautiful waterfall with walking trails leading to the top and calm pools for resting weary feet on a hot day.  ATV trails run throughout the community.  Only property owners may use ATVs in Buck Mountain.  There is a pond for fishing (catch and release), a Pavilion for community or private get togethers, and a Memorial Garden to simply sit and enjoy the mountain atmosphere.  Beautiful views are around every bend. 

Local Attractions

Should you wish to explore the surrounding area,  enjoy the wonderful 'high country' of Boone.  Appalachian State University sits prominently at the north end of Boone.  King Street offers fun shops and unique dining.  About 10 miles to the south, you can enjoy Blowing Rock.  Not only a great place to see the vistas presented at the actual Blowing Rock, but you will find plenty of shopping and restaurants.  Blowing Rock provides the wonderful Tanger Outlet mall shopping, while downtown Blowing Rock offers quaint little specialty shops and intimate dining opportunities.   

There is plenty of skiing in the winter time on Beech Mountain and Sugar Mountain, and wonderful hiking on Grandfather mountain whenever the weather permits.  Summer fun includes tubing down the New River and other water sports on the surrounding lakes.  

For those who just wish to take a ride and enjoy beautiful views, the Blue Ridge Parkway is only about 5 miles from Buck Mountain.   There you will find lovely expansive views all along the Parkway.  

Come, be a part of something wonderful!

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