• Rhonda Stallone

Camping Tips @ MRA

Updated: May 13

Spending time in the outdoors is incredibly important right now, and with lots of families getting outside it will begin to have a serious impact on the outdoors especially precious spaces such as our campground.  We are excited to have you join us @ MRA Campground very soon!  We understand and appreciate how important it is to get outside and enjoy the serenity and calm that comes from being in nature.


For the health and safety of all our guests we recommend the following:



Bring and wear a mask in our camp restrooms, while checking in for camping or your rafting activity.










Ensure your camp hand wash station is accessible to all, including children. Wash hands often!







Please respect our 10pm quiet time.  Your neighbors will appreciate you! Dim your lights too, our dark skies are incredible. Meteor showers can start around 9pm.









No glass or bottles in camp and especially on our beaches.  This is one of the biggest hazards we see each day.  If you must bring glass containers, please leave glass in your ice chest and transfer contents to plastic while in our Park.









Be sure to check the weather before you visit.  Kernville is considered high desert and afternoons can get very warm.  Be prepared by bringing extra shade canopies to create shade where you need it.

We recommend spending late afternoons in the water on a whitewater rafting tour, or up at higher elevations such as Unal Trail or the Trail of 100 Giants.









Use refillable water jugs instead of purchasing cases of small, plastic water bottles that end up in the landfill. Have each camper bring their own, individual reusable water bottle and then refill as needed. You create less trash!










Use washable, reusable dishware instead of packing throw away plates, bowls, cups, forks, spoons, and knives.


All this trash adds up! Think about what we are leaving behind in the wonderful, outdoor spaces we visit. Are we Leaving No Trace, or lots of trash and a mess that others will have to clean up?



Thank you for helping us keep MRA campground a beautiful space to return to every year with your friends and family!

John & Rhonda Stallone, Owners

Mountain & River Adventures Campground

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