10 Reasons to visit Lake Isabella RV Resort
- Our resort and our huge 9-mile long lake are open all year! And we are only 2 ½ hours north of Los Angeles!
- We are located along both RV Tours recommended by Cruise America for RV Travel in California.
- We offer both Lake Isabella and the “Wild and Scenic” Kern River for your enjoyment. And we are just one hour from the giant sequoia trees!
- We are only 2,600 feet above sea level, so it’s an easy, very scenic drive in an RV. At our low elevation, the climate is very warm and mild for a mountainous area.
- Our RV resort is easy to find, located along Highway 178, the main 2-lane road that runs right beside the lake and Kern River. It’s the only road in Southern or Central California that crosses the Sierra Mountains and Sequoia National Forest. Get ready for the most scenic drive of your life!
- Great fishing all-year! Launch your watercraft from the free concrete boat ramp into a lake overflowing with trout, bass, crappie, catfish, bluegill, squawfish… just to name a few!
- We are located along the internationally famous ECO-SYSTEMS Tour (featuring ecological wonders), which is very popular with our European and American guests. It is a must-see!
- Lake Isabella is a well-established resort destination, featuring the charming, historic “old west” village of Kernville, a variety of fine dining and shopping establishments, boat marinas, boat, and watercraft rentals. River rafting outfitters and many other outdoor activities and organizations are plentiful.
- Visit our local natural hot springs, spooky gold and silver mines, Native American Indian sites, and shop at the oldest operating store in California!
Information and Resources
Lake Isabella Visitor Center || (760) 379-5646
Kern River Visitor Center || (760) 376-3781
Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce || (866) KRV-4Fun
Sequoia National Forest || (209) 338-2251
Sequoia National Park || (209) 565-3134
Road Conditions || (800) 427-Road
Local Road Conditions || (760) 379-2592
Highway Patrol || (661) 868-6850
Audubon Kern River Preserve || (760) 378-2531