Pioneer Point Campground

Pioneer Point Campground

Location: Pioneer Point Campground, Lake Isabella, California, 93240
Lat/Long: 35.6516191 / -118.4870306
Phone No: RES: 877-444-6777 or (760)376-1815
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Amenities Onsite: Restrooms | Picnic tables | Fire ring | Drinking water | Paved camp roads | Paved pads | Shade trees | Pets ok | Fish cleaning station |
Amenities Nearby : French Gulch Marina | Downtown Lake Isabella(3mi) | Kernville(8mi) |
Recreation Onsite: Playground | Star gazing |
Recreation Nearby: Lake Isabella | Kern River | Fish hatchery | Golfing | Hiking | Off roading | Kern River Tours | Kern Valley Golf Course | Trail of a Hundred Giants | Sequoia National Forest |


California, Pioneer Point Campground, Sequoia National Forest.  Located near the Lake Isabella dam. 


From Lake Isabella take Highway 155 north for approximately 1.5 miles.  Pioneer Point Campground will ne on the left side.  

Note:  Use caution when entering or exiting the campground.  Traffic moves fast past the campground and cars appear suddenly.  

Please see the Campbase map tab for the exact location.  


Pioneer Point Campground, Sequoia National Forest.  This campground is open all year with 73 tent and RV camp spots.  Located at 2,500 feet, the campground does not have direct lake access.  Some camp spots have excellent lake views.  It's also across the highway from French Gulch Marina.  Most camp spots have shade trees.  Many camp spots can accommodate large RV's.  Restrooms and drinking water are available.  Showers are not available.  There are no services at or near the campground.  Fuel and markets are available two miles south in the town of Lake Isabella.  A campground host is available.   The max rig size is 30 feet however, many camp spots appear to be larger. 

Local Recreation:
Road touring and sightseeing are popular in Kernville and the Sequoia National Forest.  Sierra Way leads right up into the national forest.
Boating and fishing on Lake Isabella.  Lake levels are low due to the California drought but, fishing is still great.  With all the trees in the water, water skiing is not recommended.  
The Kern River and Kernville are just a few miles from the campground.  Rafting, tubing, and fly fishing are popular in Kernville.  There are several adventure outfitters in town.  The high season for rafting is mid summer.   Fly fishing guides are also available in Kernville.  Kernville also has several restaurants and souvenir shops.

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