Fisherman on the Kings River

Do you love camping and fishing?

Are you looking for some new places to camp and enjoy some fishing? Then look no further! Here you will find information on camping and fishing in the Fresno area.

Riverbend Rv Park location and fishing

Riverbend Rv Park is situated very close to the Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia National Parks, and offers year-round camping on the Kings River and catch-release fishing in a 3-acre pond that is fully stocked with rainbow trout, bass, bluegill, and catfish.

Our RV Park offers year-round camping, grassy and spacious RV sites with lots of shade, and a very tranquil campground where you can unwind and do some fishing. If you are seeking some fun activities nearby, just check out our page titled “Things to do” and if you are looking for other areas to go fishing, keep on reading!

Fishing in Fresno county

Fresno county boasts many great lakes, reservoirs, ponds, and rivers where one can fish. The avid fishermen can anticipate catching rainbow trout, bass, catfish, salmon, and many other varieties of fish.

Our Rv Park has a 3-acre pond and If you are looking for a sure catch, you can do some catch-release fishing for bass, rainbow trout, bluegill, and catfish. If you are looking for fishing at the river, keep in mind that our Rv Park offers direct access to the Kings River. 

Fishing on the Kings River

The Kings River is a 132-mile-long river in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. The King River splits into multiple branches in Kings County, where you can find multiple locations to go fishing. Please don’t forget to follow the Kings River Conservation District guidelines for fishing. You can find a detailed map for locations to fish by clicking on the following link.

The Lower Kings River refers to the tailwater stream that is located below Pine Flat Dam. It’s important to note that the Kings River has a two fish per day bag limit. Access to the River is pretty good if you are planning on taking on the lower reaches. The Kings River Conservation District has a brochure that contains an excellent map, which outlines the different fishing regulations along the river. Keep in mind that you can visit the Lower Kings River during any time of the year and still catch fish. Happy camping and successful fishing!

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