Nuui Cunni 2600 Highway 155 Lake Isabella CA Phone 760-549-0800 Fax 760-379-4350 E-mail
Directions to the Nuui Cunni Center "Our House"

2600 Hwy 155 Lake Isabella, CA 93240
Phone: 760-549-0800

From Bakersfield, take Hwy 178 to Lake Isabella. Take the Lake Isabella off-ramp, turn left onto Hwy 155 toward Kernville. Drive 2.3 miles to French Gulch Group Campground (just past French Gulch Marina). On the right hand side, immediately after the bridge, you will see the Nuui Cunni entrance. Turn right "Our House" is the first building on the right.

From Kernville, drive to Wofford Heights. 3.9 miles from the Hwy 155 turnoff, Evans Road, keep straight on to Lake Isabella and look for the Nuui Cunni/French Gulch Group Campground sign on the left hand side
. Turn left and "Our House" is the first building on the right.



Kern River Paiute Council

Patricia Henry – Chairwoman

Bud Malone – Vice Chairman

Marilyn Olsen – Treasurer


Special Volunteers

Sharon Carver – Financial Consultant

Shirley Allen – Recording Secretary

Lyn Winter - Office Personnel

Eric Stockton – Managing Committee


Carol Wermuth

Kristy Carver

Gay Shuell

Skip Knotts

Sam Strong

Shirley Chester

Samantha Kessler

Patrick Henry

Ron Ruff

Esther Warnock

Cindi Hansen

Fern Mabee

Susan Stage

Jane Smith

Fred Swanson

Joel Walling

Wayne & Terry

Abigail Hartman


" "nuui cunni"


native american center



2600 Highway 155

Lake Isabella CA

PO Box 3984

Wofford Heights, CA 93285

Phone# 760-549-0800

Fax # 760-379-4350



Woman of the Year


Earlier in December, Patsy Malone Henry was elected “Woman of the Year” by the Kern River Valley Chamber of Commerce. She was nominated and elected for her dedication to bringing awareness of  Native American heritage to our valley. Through various ways, she is able to help all ages understand how her ancestors survived and passed their knowledge and strength onto their children.


We at the Nuui Cunni, wish Patsy our heartfelt congratulations for her efforts and also her endearing personality. Nuui Cunni means “Our House” in Paiute and that is what it is to us all, a home away from home.



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