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Set within California’s sun-kissed Kern County just 31 miles from Bakersfield, Delano is perhaps best known for its delicious table grapes. Ripe with things to see and do, the city offers a blend of simple Californian pleasures, family-orientated attractions, and outdoor recreation ranging from sports to golf. Boasting a rich cultural heritage, the city celebrates its diversity with a buzzing festival calendar. It’s most anticipated events include the Philippine Weekend fair and the Cinco De Mayo Fiesta.

Things to see

If you want to taste the fruits of Delano’s labor yourself visit Castle Rock Vineyards, a family-run business that’s been producing table grapes for over 20 years. Their top quality varieties range from Scarlet Royal to Thompson seedless, and are regarded as some of the best in the biz. For sundrenched rest or recreation, head down to Cecil Park. A prime picnicking parcel with its lush lawns, it features include a skate park, a basketball court, and a kid’s play area. Golfers will want to check out Delano Municipal Golf Course, which occupies a portion of the tranquil Memorial Park. Mellow in pace and suitable for beginners, the well-manicured course offers 9 holes of play along with a driving range. For an evening of casual casino hijinks, try your luck at Aviator Casino. Packed with table games including blackjack, Mexican Poker, and Texas Hold’em, the onsite Bar & Grill serves up a cornucopia of comfort food favorites.

Hotels in Delano

There’s a small but comfortable selection of hotels in Delano, offering something for every visitor and their budget. Much of the city’s digs come as chain name establishments, each offering a familiar brand of comfort and hospitality. Among the amenities they offer you can enjoy swimming pools and hot tubs alongside the convenience of business centers and laundry facilities. Rooms come to a cushy standard and feature most mod-cons, including internet access, cable and pay movie equipped televisions, refrigerators, and microwaves. What’s more, most hotels in Delano also provide guests with free parking and complimentary breakfasts to boot.

Where to stay

A hotel in Delano’s downtown area puts you beside the city’s commercial conveniences, most of which dot the lengthy Main Street. Here you’ll find a mix of locally owned shops, large supermarkets, fast food eateries, and one of a kind restaurants serving up everything from Mexican grub to Chinese fare. Outdoorsy types will find lots of opportunities just outside the city. Enjoy scenic boating and fruitful fishing around 2 miles away on Lake Woollomes, and see the thriving habitats of Kern National Wildlife Refuge and Pixley National Wildlife Refuge – both of which are situated a half hour or so drive away.

How to get to Delano

If you’re flying in the city’s nearest gateway is Meadows Airport, located around 28 miles from Delano in Bakersfield. It serves a handful of major US destinations, including Denver International, Los Angeles International, Phoenix Sky Harbor International, San Francisco International, and Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental airports. Delano is also reachable by coach, and almost reachable by rail. The Greyhound bus services the city, whilst nearby Wesco and Bakersfield are both served by the Amtrak train. The city is easily accessible for drivers too, with California State Route 99 running north and south straight through its center.