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A camp site for everyone on the Kern River

Updated: Jun 16




Summer is here, and it's time to start planning your outdoor getaways. Whether it's an extended mid-week stay or a long weekend, we have the perfect camp site for you. Weekends and holidays fill up the quickest so plan ahead. From power & water hook ups to tent camp sites, we've got you covered. Book your trip today! Summer is here, and it's time to plan your getaway.


Check Availability Online: Being able to check availability online makes it really easy to coordinate dates with friends & family. It’s an easy way to streamline the planning process.

Online Booking: Booking a Kern River camp site online makes it really easy to pay for, reserve, and get a sneak peek at your future campsite. It’s a great way to take some of the stress out of the planning process.




Recreational Activities: Pull your Kern River getaway itinerary together with the help of our informative Blog posts. We offer on-site volleyball, horseshoes, and more at the campground and we also help you check out some of our favorite Kern River insider tips.


Camp Store: Having easy access to our on-property Camp Store that offers camping necessities, food, and water is a great add-on. Our on-site store makes it easy to replenish drinks, or add necessary camp gear like a shade canopy, or treat your family to a refreshing ice cream bar!







Care-for-It

Recreating responsibly includes packing trash bags to leave our wild spaces cleaner than you found them. There is a glass ban in the Sequoia National Forest, so remember to use plastic storage containers, ziploc bags, or bota bags for camping gear and kitchen supplies instead.


Micro-trash and cigarette butts are trash. Thank you for caring and picking up micro-trash and cigarette butts to leave outdoor spaces better than you found them.


Looking for more Kern River campground tips, tricks, and hidden gems?


We’d love to help! Our campground is located right on the edge of Kern River, and we know this majestic body of water inside and out. If you’d like to learn more about swimming, camping, or rafting the Kern River, check out our website or take a look at our additional resources.


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