Flights From  Indianapolis To Bakersfield

Flights From  Indianapolis To Bakersfield


Bakersfield is a City located in Kern County, California, United States. It is the County's seat and the largest in Kern County. It is situated in the San Joaquin Valley area, and covers approximately 151 sq. miles (390 km2). According to the 2020 census, Bakersfield was home to 403,455. It is the 48th most populous US town and the 9th largest in California. In 2020, Bakersfield-Delano Metropolitan Statistical Area (which encompasses all Kern County) had a population estimate of 909235.

Bakersfield is a major hub for both agriculture and energy production. Kern County is California's largest oil-producing county and fourth in terms agricultural production (by value). Bakersfield is home of a variety industries including petroleum refining, distribution, and food processing.


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Places To Visit In Bakersfield

Bakersfield is located in Kern County at the southernmost tip of California's Central Valley. It is known for its rich history in oil, agriculture and country music. Modern attractions are a result of this rich history, which is also reflected in a vibrant arts and culture scene that is fuelled by a creative community. This rich cultural heritage has made Bakersfield the West Coast's Country Music Capital.

  1. Hart Memorial Park

Bakersfield's crown jewel is Hart Memorial Park. It is located at the Sierra Nevada Mountains, in the foothills of Bakersfield, and only 20 minutes away from the town. It has 370 acres and many activities.

  1. Buck Owens' Crystal Palace

Buck Owens Crystal Palace can be described as a restaurant, museum, and music venue. It's one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area and is dedicated to keeping Bakersfield Sound alive.

  1. Kern County Museum

Kern County Museum is located just north of downtown. It's a family favorite educational experience. Through costumes, well-preserved buildings, and artifacts, the museum allows visitors to immerse themselves in Kern County's rich history.

  1. Downtown Bakersfield

Downtown Bakersfield is the place to be for the best Bakersfield culture. This central district runs along Chester Avenue and spans several blocks to the east and west. You will find many local restaurants and trendy shops here. Bakersfield is the ideal place to find rare antiques and the latest fashion trends.

  1. Fox Theater

Bakersfield's oldest theater is the Fox Theater. It was first opened on Christmas Day 1930. It is known for its stunning interior and outstanding acoustics. Although initially a silent-movie theater, the Fox Theater eventually became a home for some of the first "talkies". The Fox Theater's stage is transformed by live music acts, creating a beautiful soundtrack to the interior.


What's Bakersfield famous for?

Bakersfield is home to Buck Owens and Merle Hagard, two of the most prominent country music artists in America. The Kern River Golf Course is located here, as well as Hiking Trails.

What does Bakersfield have to offer?

Bakersfield is home to the Bakersfield sound, a well-known genre of music. It is home to many well-known country artists. There are many museums here that have won awards and are well worth a visit.

Why is Bakersfield so cheap?

Bakersfield is less expensive than other areas due to its lower income potential. Prices are lower because there is less demand for housing.

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