Hart Park Trail is a 1.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Bakersfield, California that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This is an informal trail along the Kern River in a community park. Trail passes along the Kern River through scrub habitat and borders Hart Park which is a park with picnic tables, barbecue grills, ponds, seasonal boat rentals.
An alright Trail. Cool place to watch the sunset.
It was nice to go there during January because it's not too hot. It was a very easy hike. Beautiful green grass and blue skies.
Infinite amount of trails. Follow it how you want to and it is not difficult getting around. A few small stones and tumble weeds, but mostly clean trails. Just be cautious when dirt bikes and atv's are present.
This was a fun place to check out. Lots of good hiking. There are no signs or right or wrong way to go. You just get to explore. At some spots the incline was intense. The views are well worth the leg burning. After I hiked I ran into 2 disc golf courses. One flat ground and the other at the base and along side the hills. They were both fun but I lost a disc at hole 7 of the hill course. There are no maps of the course so you just have to fallow all the beat up signs. Will defiantly go back to explore some more.
Lived there and did this as a kid.
Went up for the 1st time at the end of November and enjoyed it. Nice, easy hike with a few steep inclines
Spring time and winter time it is actually very beautiful, summer time is NOT a time to go. However, it's still a good hike!
It's not pretty but the trail is cool