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RV Trailer Rentals on Kern River

Updated: Sep 18, 2022

Wondering if you can rent a trailer and have it set up at Kern River's Edge Campground (KRE)? The answer is yes!

What you Need to Know

You will contact one of the three, local trailer rental companies listed below and find out what Trailers they have available on the dates you wish to camp. Make sure to ask what size RV you will be renting. It needs to fit in to the campsite you are reserving. Be sure to mention that KRE is a generator-friendly "dry camp" so they know to include a generator in your reservation.

Use the Book Now button at Kern River's Edge Campground website to check availability and to reserve a campsite. When you are selecting a campsite, make sure you choose a site that has plenty of space for the size Trailer you are renting and number of people you will have on your camp out. Our Standard sites fit up to six people and our Double sites fit up to twelve people.

Complete your trailer reservation and your campsite reservation, pack up your camping supplies and come enjoy!

Tim's Trailers

Camping on the Kern

Kern River Vacation Trailers

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.

Ready to go camping on the Kern River?

Then let’s go! At Kern River’s Edge, you’ll find spacious campsites, concierge firewood and ice deliveries, and the best camping on the Kern River. With over 40 sites to choose from and easy access to fishing, swimming, and sandy activities, there’s something for everyone at the River’s Edge campsite.


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 of glass. Practice Leave No Trace principles and pack out what you pack in. See more Kern River camping tips.

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