Keep Cool in Bako with Sno Shack!

21 May

You know summer is here in Bakersfield when you see the little blue shacks scattered around town set up for locals to enjoy a frosty treat!

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Everyone knows Bakersfield can get brutally hot during the summer, and what a convenient treat it is to have the Sno Shack as a cool down pit stop to grab a velvety iced snow cone. They have a wide variety of flavors, 87 of them to be exact,  from the original cherry or pina colada to a unique flavor like Tiger’s Blood or Strawberry Margarita. They also offer a mix of any of their 9 super flavors to please even the craziest of flavor cravers! Sno Shack has been in Bakersfield since 1985 has remained a popular summer stop every year since. You can choose from a small for  $2.50, and medium for $3.00, or go big with an avalanche for only $4.00!

No matter where your headed theirs always time to stop at the blue shack and grab a snow cone to cool down!

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4 Responses to “Keep Cool in Bako with Sno Shack!”

  1. asilva1992 May 24, 2013 at 7:09 pm #

    Great post! I love the fact that you can find these snow shacks nearly anywhere and in every corner.

  2. pappasmorgan18 May 26, 2013 at 5:11 pm #

    I am going to get a snow cone today because of this story! Yummy!

  3. arivera17 May 27, 2013 at 11:24 pm #

    Great post about sho shack! It’s really a great place to get a snack to cool down in this warm Bakersfield weather.

  4. niksanchez May 29, 2013 at 4:50 am #

    Great story! Those little shacks are everywhere. They are such a tasty, simple way to stay cool.

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