Since the grand opening Big South Fork has gotten numerous inquiries from Canadian pilots looking to have a warm retreat, and with the current currency situation, a good deal. Located in an area renowned for its lush landscape, abundant wildlife, cascading waterfalls, and rivers, the beauty of the landscape and its surrounding tight knit community were all considered when designing Big South Fork [Airpark in Tennessee]. The goal was to create a first-class community inspired by nature that catered to pilots wanting to live with their plane.
“We are thrilled that pilots from Canada are considering our airpark community,” says Bill Armstrong of The Pegasus Group, “the ability for pilots to cover large distances to enjoy this beautiful setting was key to our idea.” The development offers its residents a multitude of views, including the ridgeline, waterfalls, forests, and proximity to hangars and equestrian center. The spacious lots range from one to three-and-a-half acres, providing privacy while maintaining the feeling of a community.
Tennessee has a generally mild climate year round, but still enjoys four distinct seasons. In the summer, the average high temperature is 31.7°C (89°F) and the average low is 19.4°C (67°F) offering great fishing, horse back riding and of course flying.
The weakening U.S. economy has created discount opportunities for pilots considering an airpark home investment in a fly-in community. Combine the housing slow down with the currency exchange and the cost savings can be significant, making it an interesting investment.
Find out more about Big South Fork Airpark fly-in community at www.bsfairpark.com.