Standard (Tent/RV)
RV Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Bakersfield River Run RV Park

"The PLACE To Stay". Bakersfield's Premier RV Park, we are centrally located in Bakersfield, CA right off of Highway 99 and Rosedale Hwy. Each site offers full hookups including 70 channel cable TV and Wi-Fi so that you can stay connected while relaxing in the park. Many nearby attractions including Buck Owens Crystal Palace, Rabobank convention center and many other sports and entertainment venues. We strive to make every guest feel welcome by providing friendly staff, clean and safe facilities and exceptional service. If you are traveling through the area, we hope that you will choose to stay with us.

$42.00 - $49.00
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
No Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
No Picnic Table
Trash Available
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 60 ft.
Bakersfield River Run RV Park is located in California
35.3789 N
-119.0472 W
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8 Reviews of Bakersfield River Run RV Park
Great Park

Great park - we stayed 2 nights on our way through to Arizona. Easy back-in and what we saw of the park was spotless. We arrived late, were out most of the next day, and left early the following morning. Seamless online reservations, check in, check out, and got a pleasant message asking if we wished to extend our stay. Definitely a city type park - nothing "camping" about it, but it was great for 2 easy nights. We are probably staying a night on our way back through.

GREAT amenities, road noise is a real thing

I’ll bet the other side of the park is better but we were backed up to the fence (#56). The spots are great regardless of rig size, some well-kept live ins, mostly transients like us it appears. Bathrooms are spotless and they have a COVID sanitation schedule marked on the doors. Grounds are immaculately kept with excellent plug in poles, easy to access water and sewer. If not for the danged highway noise this would be five stars for sure. Ask for 1-32 or 89-113 to have your best chance of avoiding the highway noise. Of note, the river is dry but there is an equestrian path along it. Access requires code.

One of the best

One of the nicest, most upkept campgrounds we’ve ever stayed at. The bathrooms and grounds are modern, the showers are fantastic. Definitely stay here if you are traveling through.

Absolutely Top Notch

We are not experts, by any means, this is our first road trip by RV, but this park was awesome. The showers were better than you'll find in most homes, lol & the pool was beautiful & spotless, tho u will need a reservation during Covid, you get a 35 minute slot, 10 people at a time. Which was nice, who likes a crowded pool?!! Our spot was easy to pull thru with a little shade, & the place is well kept & quiet! Laundry room was clean & fees were low…

Clean. Friendly.

Clean and friendly.

Super convenient, clean, friendly

Easy pull on and pull off campground off the 99. Close to Costco for cheap gas. Campsites are nice with full hookups and pull through options. Grass at each site. Nice looking amenities but we only overnighted so can’t say how they were (esp during pandemic).

Staff very friendly. We did easy late check in and had no reservation but there wasn’t a problem. There were several sites still available. Would definitely stay here again.

Nice RV park

Very clean, nice level sites. Great river run area to run the animal. Pool, Jacuzzi and small store. I'm sure it would be even more fun when the river is running.

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Home Town RV Parlk

Bakersfield RV park just off Hwy 99. My home town, Born and raised, so I've stayed here a few times returning. Nice park adjacent to a great bike trail of 50+ miles. The river is not always running as in some of the pictures. Gravel pads concrete patios surrounded by grass. Daily weekly monthly rates, and have used all of them.