Run to the Pines 2021 has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 Virus
Let's all hope for a great show in 2022! - We Wish Everyone The Very Best

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***Club Member Award Rules

Must have a minimum of 5 members. Verified by website or Facebook page (with activity).
In order to get discount a minimum of 5 members must attend event.
Clubs will need to send all entries in at the same time.
Clubs will be all parked together. If there is a late entry or a day of the event entry there will not be a guaranteed parking spot with the club.
Clubs will get a shout out by the emcee during the evnt which may help grow the club.
Largest attending club will be awarded the “Club Award”.

Something for Everyone

So don't hesitate this year - Bring the family up to see the Car Show! If you have questions, please contact us and we will do our best to help! You can also check our Facebook page for more information.

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Getting here, where to stay

It's a nice drive or ride from many locations, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, The Central Coast, Ventura, etc. Once here there are some excellent places to stay as well. Plan your travel and book your room for the show today!



Show Information

 2019 Show Winners

9 Plaques for Classes plus Best in Show Trophy presented by

   ~ Club Award
   ~ People's Choice
   ~ Best Paint
   ~ Best Classic
   ~ Best Muscle Car
   ~ Best Hot Rod
   ~ Best Off-Road
   ~ Best Truck
   ~ Best Motorcycle
   ~ Best in Show
So, what is this rumble in the mountains?
The Run to the Pines Auto Show is held in Pine Mountain Club, California. The event is held every year in the Pine Mountain Village Center usually on the second Saturday of August. It is located in a picturesque area surrounded with pine trees, unique shops, a general store, gas station, hotels, and restaurants. Being mid-valley at about 5500 feet in elevation, the Village is surrounded by Pine Mountain Club, a private community of about 2000 residents, without a single stoplight. The valley lies between two mountain ranges, with peaks soaring well above 8,000 feet. Even in August there may still be streaks of snow at the higher elevations. Just 20 miles west of Interstate 5, Pine Mountain Club is also about 20 miles east of Highway 166, making the winding two-lane highway through it a very popular choice for a Sunday- or any-day cruise almost year round. Because of the altitude, the weather even in August can be very mild compared to the valleys below. Average highs in August are in the 80's. Remember, this is the mountains; if you linger into the evening after the Show is over, it can cool off quickly once the sun goes down. But chances are, blue skies, a few clouds, and crisp pine-scented air will make for a most-enjoyable late summer day!
Our show allows the entry of not only classic cars and trucks, ut newer vehicles as well as motorcycles and golf carts! We have special classes for Harley's and Foreign motorcycles to boot! Use our detailed map and instructions on getting to Pine Mountain Village Center from your location.
2019 Event Pictures

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