Resort Mountain Living in North Carolina

Along a crystal clear lake amid the Blue Ridge mountains lies a place of unforgettable moments and uncompromised beauty. Here, roads gently roll through the mountainside and along miles of North Carolina lakefront property, where small residential clusters of custom mountain homes, Craftsman-style cottages and new mountain lodges are tucked thoughtfully into their surroundings. There is a true sense of community here where the pure joys of North Carolina lake and mountain living can be experienced year round with family, friends, and neighbors who share a similar dream of a life redefined. Bear Lake Reserve’s 2,100 acres have been masterfully planned to create a Western North Carolina vacation home community where you and your family can connect with the natural environment and re-connect with each other. We have the most amenities of any resort offering lake property in North Carolina and, in fact, we believe we have it all: lake, mountains, golf, tennis, pools, clubhouse, amphitheater and more. A typical day at Bear Lake Reserve may go something like this: Play nine holes of golf in the morning while the family sleeps in, then meet them at the Lake Club for a casual lunch or squeeze in a game of tennis. Afterwards, you can relax by the lakefront pool and watch your kids have fun on the slide. You may choose to kayak, fish, or water ski on the pristine waters of Bear Creek Lake. If you have any energy left, you can hike on the well-defined trails winding through our 2,100 acres or roast marshmallows at any one of our numerous hearth-fireplace areas. When you finally go to bed with the windows open, you and your family will fall fast asleep to the sound of crickets and the distant hoot of owls. Site plan for Bear Lake Divide in North CarolinaIt’s true that people simply feel at home here for many reasons. Of course, there’s always the option of not doing anything at all. Welcome to Bear Lake Reserve, a remarkable resort offering lakefront and mountain home sites in North Carolina.