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    Kern River County Park

    Bakersfield, California

    Kern River County Park

    Kern River County Park Professional Guide

    Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

    "Finding the campground: From the intersection of CA 99 and CA 178 in Bakersfield, drive east on CA 178 for 8.5 miles to Alfred Harrell Highway. Turn left (north) and drive about 6 miles, watching for signs to the park.

    About the campground: This attractive campground is situated along the bank of the Kern River, adjacent to relatively small Lake Ming. Lots of grass and scattered trees give a feeling of spaciousness to the sites, which are all semicircular pull-thrus off the camp road. Large rigs may have trouble fitting. Stay limit fourteen days. Open all year."

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    Trail Information

    Bakersfield
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    Camping Southern California

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    Kid-friendly
    Accessibility
    50
    Campsites
    Year-round
    Season
    Swimming, Boating, Fishing
    Additional Use
    Kern County Parks Department, (661) 868-7000
    Local Contacts
    $10-$19
    Fees per Night
    Picnic tables, barbecue grills, fire rings, drinking water, flush toilets, showers, dump station, boat launch, playground.
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