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Mountain

Tourist Attraction

Landmarks or Historical Building

Trail of 100 Giants


Trail of 100 Giants offers an easy, accessible walk through the Long Meadow Grove, one of the premier groves of giant sequoias in our area.

Route 107
Porterville, CA 93257


Park

Other Business

Museum

Nuui Cunni Native American Intertribal Cultural Center and Museum


We are dedicated to preserving, restoring and teaching our Native American culture, history and traditions. We provide a facility available for educational, ceremonial and social activities for Native Americans as well as the interested public.

2600 CA-155
Lake Isabella, CA 93240


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Bowling Alley

Campground

Auxillary Dam Campground


Located on the southern end of Lake Isabella off Highway 178 near the town of Lake Isabella, this facility offers flush toilets, drinking water, trash service, a dump station and some campsites with stoves and picnic tables above the high water mark. Below the high-water mark, visitors can drive their vehicles to the shoreline and camp at the water’s edge. Below the high-water mark portable toilets and trash receptacles are provided for visitor convenience during the summer.

Lake Isabella, CA 93240


Boulder Gulch Campground



CA-155
Lake Isabella, CA 93240


Camp 9


Camp 9, a year-round facility, rests on the shores of Lake Isabella, a high desert reservoir. Its proximity to the lake and the Upper Kern River makes the facility popular among boaters, rafters and anglers. The camp is also a favorite among RV campers, with ample parking available to accommodate both trailers and motorized watercraft.

Hungry Gulch Campground



CA-155
Lake Isabella, CA 93240


Rivernook Campground


We are the biggest privately owned campground along the Kern River. With full Hook Up RV, partial RV, and dry tent camping sites.

14001 Sierra Way
Kernville, CA 93238