- 30 and 50 amp hookup, cable tv, water, and sewage
- Super nice bathrooms with ample showers
- Solid Wi-Fi with no disconnects.
- Parking pads kinda close together.
More rain was heading toward Lodi, so we drove south on I-5 since it was the fastest route south to San Diego. We did a single overnight stop instead of our usual two at Bakersfield. After doing a bit of research we found Bakersfield to be boring. You could seen dull sights such as the two largest carrot producing farms in the world, but for many it’s a rest stop before moving on to Las Vegas.
The RV park itself is nice and rather popular with a number of RVs filling up pads. Bathrooms were nice, but Hitch (Sig) thought that the shower fixtures needed to be treated with kindness lest they break under his grip. Our park host and other guests were very friendly. The wi-fi was blessedly solid. The weather was warm and sunny – I even had time to clean the awning, which was drenched from previous rain storms. By the time we left the RV park was buzzing with reports of incoming rain, which is a kind of rarity in Bakersfield.