We were dismayed to find half of the campground closed when we arrived - and it must have been the half where larger trailers could go. We have a 28' trailer, and literally got stuck in a pull-through between two giant rocks. Took us 45 minutes to get out. Then as we tried to go up another loop in search of a site, we were forced to choose between two equally tight turns, and ended up scratching the sides of our trailer and tearing our awning on some trees. There was no camp host anywhere to advise us. This campground is made at a 70% scale. Everything was too small - roads, turns, sites. Class B's and pop ups would be fine. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very tight campsite. Mine is 35' and I was having a very hard time nagivating to one of their bigest site in the campground. If you have a 40', forget it. Lake Isabella is awful plain and dirty. Unless you want to come to Kern county for water rafting. Otherwise, I don't see why you need to visit this area. Nothing here. It was 105 degree there in July. They charge $7 extra for dumping. We camped here in a Motorhome.