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16 Reviews of 5 Bear Valley Springs Campgrounds
We stayed here just for a night on our way to Death Valley. It’s super convenient from Bakersfield and nice and quiet, by the Kern River. Clean and calm with some nice sites by the river. All have picnic tables and fire rings. The host was so lovely and let us stay for free in a site that had…
50 huge campsites with lots of trees for shade. Many river side sites. No hook ups, but there is a dump station and several water spigots. Been coming here for years. Only a few miles to town. A short walk to lake Ming and Kern River golf course
We camp here every year. Usually late shooting to early summer. Camp grounds are well maintained. Would not recommend camping on holidays. Close to 2 lakes ming and hart Park.
Brite Lake is a small lake but you can definitely catch some fish! You can camp right up to the water which was awesome! It does get a little windy at times but nothing too crazy 👍
We stayed during the pandemic and CA wildfires, so the lake was low and the amenities were deserted (e.g., bathroom with shower rough and no hot water). That said, we reserved in advance and had a large site for our RV under a huge shade tree; other full hook-up sites, while ample, looked much more…
You can park there during the day to get to hot springs & river below but no overnight camping allowed
We usually come here to ride our off road bikes, but this time decided to stay for the weekend without our bikes. There area is large and ample where you don’t have to be next to each other unless that is what you want. There are some areas that are fenced with picnic tables and pergolas with…
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There are no amenities however it’s a fairly popular spot to camp. There are tents setup at the top of the hill. A 10 minute walk to the natural hot springs along the river.
My family comes here every year. Staff around the area really friendly. The people that runs the desk they don’t seem so friendly but they try I guess. You will see them only one time on your stay so don’t let that big you. Awesome place to camp for sure.
The lake isn't that great. But they are improving their facility. Running water and restrooms are available. Spots available near the water
We absolutely loved staying at Brite Lake. Probably best in spring and fall. Might be very hot in summer. 30 amp max limits AC. Spaces are large. Beautiful countryside. Deer, birds, fishing, etc.
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Location in Tehachapi, in the Kern Co mountains, be prepared for wind. There is a lot of dirt. A lot. Road leading in is bumpy. Roads to site are dirt and a little tricky.
Its my understanding that the local Park and Rec may possible be doing some much needed upgrades to the park.
Beautiful and wild, the river is deceptive.
Our family stayed here for 2 nights. We enjoyed our time but the kids were disappointed they couldn't touch the water at the lake. I brought a small plastic pool for them to get wet in at our site because it was hot. They do not take reservations and they do fill up quickly so claim your spot early…
camping sites have fire pits, open spaces and on dirt.