This was our first visit here. Check in was friendly and efficient and we got free cookies :-)
The roads are well paved and wide enough for the biggest of rigs. Spaces are fairly wide, plenty long and there are small trees and other landscaping. Campsites have 50 amps so in summer everybody can run their air conditioners.
We saw the sparkling clean outdoor pool. They also have a fitness center, small convenience store, putting green plus they sell propane. The buildings are beautiful.
The price was a surprisingly reasonable $35 - given the amenities here, we expected to pay more even in February.
There is also an on-site restaurant which is Mexican and when we checked in we got a coupon for something - a free appetizer I think. We didn't use it as we just relaxed in our rig and had leftovers, LOL.
I have a few minor "complaints" about this park, which is why I didn't give it 5 dots:
1 - There is no signing as you come off the freeway
2 - Exiting the park, you must go south, then do a U-turn back north to get to the freeway
3 - It was a bit noisy as the road in front is very busy
However, all in all we had a pleasant one night stay here and would probably return if we are in the area again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bakersfield RV Resort is rated by Good Sam as a top 100 RV park in the nation and rated as a Top Snow Birds Destination in the US. The resort offers a large swimming pool, spa, fitness center, and putting green. Other amenities include, laundry mat, internet cafe, cable TV, general store, and coach side delivery from our restaurant, The Crest Bar & Grill offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. The resort recently updated their Wi-Fi which is a state of the art system. Call Renae, our message therapist, and schedule a massage during your visit. Don't forget your fresh cookies at check-in. ... more less