Location: 22902 Banducci Road, where the sun sets off of Highline (View map)Phone: 661-822-8047
Brite Lake is 90 acres located on Banducci Road, off the intersection of Highline Road and Highway 202. The campground has hook-ups and tent sites. Restrooms and showers are located near the camping grounds. All overnight camping is first-come first-serve, reservations are not accepted. Fishing is available at the lake, as well as picnic pavilions. Brite Lake is open all year long.
Brite Valley Aquatic Recreation Area is owned by the Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District and operated by the Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Parks District. Water from Brite Valley Lake is used for agriculture and as a domestic water supply. Therefore, swimming, wading or any activity involving bodily contact with the water in the lake is absolutely prohibited. Continued use of the recreation area by the public is dependent upon the protection of the purity of the water for use as a domestic supply.
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Our camp hosts collect fees from park users, keep the bathrooms clean, pick up litter, and perform light grounds maintenance. Phone at the lake is 661-822-8047.
Click photo toview larger image Our camp hosts for Brite Lake are Ron & Carol Middleton.
Ron is a former IAFF Fire Fighter from Ohio where he was a driver-operator. Ron also worked as a workmen’s compensation representative, aiding fire fighters injured on the job, for local 480. Relocated to California and switched careers, becoming a purchase agent in the oil and gas industry involving the manufacturing of steam generators before retiring and becoming a camp host at Brite Lake. Ron believes his love for the outdoors started as a young man with Scouting, where he earned his “God and Country Award”. Hobbies used to be off roading, camping at Pismo, Yosemite and Kings Canyon. Ron still enjoys building custom cars and motorcycles.
Carol was a full time Mom raising two boys while being a full time leasing agent for rental properties both in Bakersfield and in Camarillo. Carol enjoys working with the public, horseback riding and crafts.
Ron and Carol have both fallen in love with Tehachapi and its uniqueness. They have found working with Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Parks District to be a wonderful experience and thanks to everyone who makes it all work.
TVRPD would like to thank our camp hosts Ron & Carol Middleton for all their hard work at the Lake.
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