This is as good as it gets in the middle of the desert. They are well marked and easy to find - right off the freeway (gas available). The sites are easy to navigate, and hook up. They are wider and longer than expected. We did not need to unhook our trailer and still had lots of room. The pool was refreshing during the summer heat. The staff is very service oriented. They'll take you to the Ghost town or even to pick up dinner! We ate at Penny's, a very well run diner.
Check out the online pictures of your site. It is blacktop in the desert. In the summer it is HOT, HOT, HOT! We used it as a base camp to explore Zion. Since we were gone all day it was OK. If you are not here for the lake - there is nothing but blacktop and heat. Also they close at night - we almost got stuck forgetting to change to Mountain time.
An excellent location, as close as possible to Sequoia National Park, and on a beautiful section of the river. Reservations: really need to call, but friendly and helpful. The site was level, easy access, easy hook-up, wide enough for awnings and slide outs. Staff was friendly, but hard to find while we were here Large sites under shady large Oaks and Sycamores, some right on the river. The river was wonderful for swimming. Some concerns: most of these had signs well posted. Too much dog waste around, especially at the river. Dogs swimming in the river. People fishing in the swimming hole: right smack in the middle. People drinking from beer bottles, while swimming. These things really had me worry about my kiddos.
What beautiful views! Perhaps the most beautiful views of any campsite I've been too. Bryce type vistas with Hoodoos, castles and multicolored mountains surrounding a pastoral setting of ranch and farmland. The place was so clean and the people were so nice that I found myself cleaning up after myself "extra" just to keep things nice. We used the KOA as a Base camp and went daily to Bryce, Kodachrome basin, Petrified forest, and the Anasazi Village (bit of a drive). The pool was nice to relax in after hiking in the desert heat.
This must be the best marked RV site ever. It is very easy to find, very easy to register and very easy to get your site and hook up. Very attractive with all the orange trees, which provide some shade from the Bakersfield heat. The staff is friendly and helpful. We enjoyed the pool early and late: cooling off from the savage heat 105F. There is easy access to numerous places to eat and fill up with gas.
In August, in Bakersfield it is amazing HOT! Even at 110F the staff was friendly and helpful, with an easy registration and showing us to our site. Sites are basic, just a spot with hook-ups, but they are very easy to navigate and set up. They are close to the freeway so made a good one night stop for us on the way to LA from camping farther north. Their restaurant is fantastic! Being across the street from Camping World is helpful: seems I'm always looking for a light bulb or some connector.