They offered free ice cream on Fridays. The sites were ok. We got a water and electric site. Brought our tent. The only sad thing is that Lake Isabella is almost none existent. If your reason to go to this Koa is the lake itself; you might find yourself very dissapointed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Outdoor enthusiasts will love this KOA. Ideally located in the Sierra Mountains, the campground also backs up to the Kern River Preserve. Poised midway between Southern California and Yosemite or Death Valley, this KOA offers easy access to acclaimed whitewater rafting and kayaking on the Kern River. Enjoy nearby lake access for boating, Jet Skiing, fishing, windsurfing or swimming. Off-road enthusiasts can access miles of trails right from the campground. Facilities for golfing, skiing or snowboarding are a short drive away. Visit the Trail of a Hundred Giants, Silver City Ghost Town and the Native American Cultural Center, hike to waterfalls or experience natural waterslides. At KOA, you'll find everything from large, shady pull thrus to tent sites, a family pool, splash zone play area, camper kitchen, playground, game room, general store and pub. Ice cream socials, crafts, games for all ages, pancake breakfasts and movie nights help make your stay great! ... more less
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