About Kern Valley Campsite
My property is a beautiful 2.25 acre parcel in the town of Kernville in the middle of Sequoia National Forest. It is a vacant property with no amenities in a residential area.
There are neighbors, so it is not a private spot, but the location is great! Fires are not allowed as it is an extremely high fire area and it is very dangerous for there to be any open flame in the area. Additionally waste must be taken with you, including bathroom waste. I highly recommend portable disposable toilets available on Amazon.
Pets and kids are welcome, please be conscious of being loud late at night as the property does have some adjacent neighbors.
Pitch your tent anywhere on the property, only a portion is flat near the bottom. Within a couple miles you have Lake Isabella and Kern River. Bring your own equipment or rent locally for fishing, white water rafting or go through beautiful sequoia National forest! Once you book the site I will send you a satellite map that clearly outlines where the property is. Feel free to camp anywhere within the property lines.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessibility: Park at listing
- Campsite area: Bring your own Tents, Cars
- Check in after: 12PM
- Check out before: 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 16 months out
The vibe at Kern Valley Campsite
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
It is a basic plot of land with no facilities. It is great as an overflow option if you want a quiet and economic place to sleep or if the Kernville area is fully booked.
You camp next to other properties, expect neighbors. The campsite doesn't offer any facilities so bring your shovel for your necessities and drinking water.
The Kern River area has a great offering with a lot of options for water sports enthusiasts, fisherman, hikers, or history seekers.
Kernville downtown has a good amount of Coffee shops, bars, and restaurants. Water sports rentals are offered in town too.
Lake Isabella is a gem in the Southern Eastern Sierras, it won't deceive you.