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1001 18th St, Bakersfield, California 93301
New Construction
138
$1500–$1800
2 Beds$1500–$1800
(844) 277-3580

8400 White Rock Drive, Bakersfield, California 93312
$1450–$1550
2 Beds$1450
3 Beds$1550
(877) 589-4344

1001 18th St, Bakersfield, California 93301
New Construction
$1500–$1800
2 Beds$1500–$1800
(844) 277-3580

600 Hosking Ave, Bakersfield, California 93307
From $1125
2 BedsFrom$1125
3 Beds$1200–$1250
(661) 836-7140

5451 Norris Rd, Bakersfield, California 93308
$580–$900
Studio$580
1 Bed$610
2 Beds$705–$725
3 Beds$800–$900
(661) 412-0534

6700 Auburn Street, Bakersfield, California 93306
$550–$775
Studio$550–$600
1 Bed$650–$700
2 Beds$725–$775
(661) 412-0531

4100 McCray Street, Bakersfield, California 93308
$895–$1250
2 Beds$895–$975
3 Beds$1125–$1250
(661) 493-2083

1000 Pacheco Road, Bakersfield, California 93307
$800–$1175
1 Bed$800–$875
2 Beds$900–$975
3 Beds$1080–$1175
(661) 829-0830

5401 Lennox Avenue, Bakersfield, California 93309
From $800
1 BedFrom$800
2 BedsFrom$850
3 BedsFrom$1195
(844) 389-3403

3815 Columbus Street, Bakersfield, California 93306
$820–$1220
2 Beds$820–$995
3 Beds$1050–$1220
(661) 371-4695

5112 Fairfax Road, Bakersfield, California 93306
From $850
2 BedsFrom$850
3 BedsFrom$1175
(844) 404-9024

8200 N Laurelglen Blvd, Bakersfield, California 93311
$935–$1195
2 Beds$1030–$1195 8 units available now
3 Beds$1160–$1185 1 unit available now
Updated 3 hours ago
Fresh
(661) 735-1974

2601 Fremont Street, Bakersfield, California 93304
From $610
StudioFrom$610
1 BedFrom$635
2 Beds$900
Updated 4 days ago
(661) 379-8142

2600 Park Meadows Drive, Bakersfield, California 93308
$850–$1020
1 Bed$850–$920
2 Beds$950–$1020
(661) 735-4289

6900 Valleyview Dr, Bakersfield, California 93306
$950–$1200
1 Bed$950–$985
2 Beds$985–$1200
(844) 641-0929

100 N El Rio Dr, Bakersfield, California 93309
From $1045
2 BedsFrom$1045
3 BedsFrom$1195
Updated 6 days ago
(855) 674-1168

7000 College Avenue, Bakersfield, California 93306
$730–$1350
1 Bed$730–$780
2 Beds$845–$1250
3 Beds$1350
(844) 594-1165

6301 Ming Avenue, Bakersfield, California 93309
$650–$910
Studio$650–$695
1 Bed$770–$795 2 units available now
2 Beds$870–$910 3 units available now
(855) 250-6632

615 W China Grade Loop, Bakersfield, California 93308
$905–$995
1 Bed$905
2 Beds$970–$995
(661) 412-9767

3600 Chester Lane, Bakersfield, California 93309
Furnished
From $1320
1 BedFrom$1320
(661) 369-8870

3318 California Ave., Bakersfield, California 93304
Furnished
From $1013
1 BedFrom$1013
(661) 369-8866
All about

Bakersfield, CA

Search Bakersfield apartments in this historic city located halfway between Fresno and Los Angeles. With lakes, multiple parks, museums and a major California university here, there are many reasons people come to Bakersfield.

If you're living in Downtown Bakersfield apartments, you're within reach of the center of the city's arts, music and culture scene. At the heart of downtown is the Rabobank Arena Theater and Convention Center, home to large-scale concert headliners, children's shows, traveling Broadway musicals and sports events. Nearby, the Bakersfield Museum of Art is a 17,400-square foot facility that features fine art, educational programs, community outreach and special events. The McMurtrey Aquatic Center in southeast downtown Bakersfield offers multiple water-related programs throughout the year, such as water aerobics, kayaking, fly fishing and water walking. Throughout Bakersfield, enjoy the city's various spray parks, a fun way for all ages to cool off while seeing some of the city's public art.

Apartments near campus are popular with students attending the University of California at Bakersfield, located on the southwest side of the city. This public university is home to nearly 8,000 students, who are pursuing majors in its 31 undergraduate degree programs, seven credential programs in education and 17 graduate degree programs. Bakersfield College serves 15,000 students on the 153-acre main campus in northeast Bakersfield, at the Weill Institute in downtown Bakersfield and at the Delano Center 35 miles north of Bakersfield.

If you want to become one with nature outside your Bakersfield apartment, run wild at the California Animal Living Museum, a native zoo and garden that is home to many unreleasable (cannot survive in the wild) native California animals. You could always stop by any of Bakersfield's 53 parks, such as Centennial Park, where you'll find a kids' sandlot area, a leash-free dog park, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts and picnic areas. Or visit the skate park or lighted rugby courts at Beach Park, located in the Riviera/Westchester neighborhood, or the horseshoe pits or swimming pool at Jastro Park and Jefferson Park.

It's easy to see why Bakersfield apartment residents love this city: It has lots of charm and character that appeal to a number of people. Whether you're moving to Bakersfield apartments from across the country or across the street, let ApartmentGuide.com be your complete online resource.

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