The Kern River Specific Trails Plan would identify a comprehensive multi-trail system along the Kern River, between Highway 178 and Manor Street. When implemented, the trail system would include pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian trails. Staging areas would be constructed at appropriate locations within the project area. The trail system would also include trash bins, drinking fountains, and possibly restrooms.
The project area is generally located along a fifteen-mile stretch of the Kern River, between Highway 178 and Manor Street, adjacent to the City of Bakersfield.
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