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Sycamore Canyon Golf Course

Sycamore Canyon Golf Course

This course is known for the eight lakes that come into play on eight holes. The fast greens are undulating and the rough on the fairways is thick. There are plenty of young trees that will eventually form thick, tree-lined fairways.


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Tehachapi Loop

Tehachapi Loop

In the 1870’s the Southern Pacific Railroad Company wanted to connect its Central Valley lines with its Southern California lines. The only way to make this possible was for tracks to be laid east from Bakersfield over the Tehachapi Mountains into the Mojave…


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Tule Elk State Natural Reserve

Tule Elk State Natural Reserve

Tule Elk State Natural Reserve protects a herd of tule elk, once in danger of extinction. In the 1880s, vast herds of tule elk were greatly reduced in number by hunting and loss of habitat. Cattleman Henry Miller began a 50-year effort to save them in 1874. At…


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Valley Rose Golf Course

Valley Rose Golf Course

Wasco's premier golfing experience! Ranked by Golf Digest as one of the "Best Places to Play", the Valley Rose course offers 18 holes with plenty of straightaways and curves to challenge golfers of all skill levels. Opened in 1991 and designed by international…


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Weedpatch Migrant Camp

Weedpatch Migrant Camp

Officially known as the Arvin Federal Government Camp, the migrant worker center was most notably featured in John Steinbeck's novel The Grapes of Wrath. This camp was a government rescue center for distressed migrant workers fleeing the Oklahoma Dust Bowl…


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West Kern Oil Museum

West Kern Oil Museum

The West Kern Oil Museum was established in 1973 to collect, preserve and interpret the oil history with help from a group of dedicated volunteers. The present museum building and grounds were opened to the public in October 1980. One of the few complete…


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Wind Wolves Preserve

Wind Wolves Preserve

Contains 97,000 acres and a multitude of wildlife sighting opportunities. The largest non-profit preserve on the West Coast is home to nearly 200 Tule elk, the endangered Bakersfield cactus, and various other animals. The Transverse Ranges, Coast Ranges, Sierra…


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World Ag Expo

World Ag Expo

The World Ag Expo is held the second week of February each year. The show is the world's largest agricultural exposition, with 2.6 million square feet of exhibit space, over 1,600 exhibitors, and more than 100,000 attendees. Visitors from more than 67 countries…


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