Frandy Park Campground

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11252 Kernville Road, Kernville, CA, 93238

Nestled along the banks of the Kern River, among oak woodlands and steep hillsides, Frandy Park Campground welcomes families and groups alike in Kernville, California to enjoy some California high desert camping. We offer back in, pull thru, water and electric hookup sites along with plenty of space for tent campers. Guest may enjoy the many amenities offered which include WiFi, dump station, showers and outdoor games. Explore and enjoy outdoor activities such as volleyball, tennis, horseshoes, kayaking, swimming, fishing, biking and wildlife viewing to name a few. Whether you came to kayak, explore the Sequoia National Forest or to simply relax, Frandy is the finest Kern River Valley campground in California! Even if its for a night or two, we hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 05/12/2021


RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Back In Sites $35.00 $211.00 Choose Your Site
Back In Site With Hookups $48.00 $290.00 Choose Your Site
Deluxe Waterfront $88.00 $528.00 Choose Your Site
Standard Pull Thru Spaces $37.00 $224.00 Choose Your Site
Waterfront $44.00 $264.00 Choose Your Site

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Dump Station

Gasoline Nearby



Backpacking

Biking

Canoeing

Fishing

Golf

Horseback Riding

Kayaking

Surfing

Swimming Outdoors

Volleyball






11252 Kernville Road, Kernville, CA, 93238
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Overall Rating: 4.0


Davina Bruno

4.0
The staff were super knowledgeable about the park and local attractions. They referred my husband and me to the trail of a hundred giants which is a super picturesque hiking trail in the Sequoia National Forest. It's a pretty short hike and self interpretive - the best kind! Plus, the trees are so tall, it's almost surreal to just stand among them. The staff also highly recommended the silver city ghost town; that was a little on the boring side, but still fun. There's a ton of water activities as well, including the all famous whitewater rafting and fishing. The park itself was amazing, with full amenities which is definitely a deal breaker for us. Onsite, there were quite a few community-activity options like volleyball and ping pong. Looking forward to going again! - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group