Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area
Buena Vista is a manmade site that was completed in April 1973. It took 43 days to fill both Lake Evans and the much larger Lake Webb with over 2,300,000,000 gallons (or 6,800 acre feet) of water. It is located north of Los Angeles near Bakersfield in the San Joaquin Valley.
Lake Evans -- our destination -- at 86 acres is the place for the more serene pursuits of sailing, fishing, and boating at no more than 5 mph. Rainbow trout are planted during the winter months. There are also catfish, stripers, largemouth bass, crappie and bluegill here. Fishing is permitted 24-hours a day.
DIRECTIONS TO CAMPGROUND:
Approximately 115 miles to camp. 25 miles southwest of Bakersfield.
I-5 North over the Grapevine. Stay on the I-5 and go approx. 20 more miles to Bear Mountain Blvd. (Hwy. 223). Go West to Coles Levee Rd. and turn Right. Turn Left on Union Rd. and then Left on Enos Lane to the lake.
OR I-5 to Taft Highway (Hwy. 119), Left on Enos Lane to lake.