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Klamath River RV Park Klamath

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Klamath River RV Park
700 W. Klamath Beach Rd.
Klamath
CA
95548
Tel: 707-482-2091

Directions

This beautiful spot is located at 700 Klamath Beach Road. If you're coming from the north, travel 20 miles south on Hwy 101. Then turn onto Klamath Beach Road (West) just after the Golden Bears Birdge, then follow signs.

Where are we going today?

Fishing...bird watching...and redwoods....if you and your family love nature and adventure, then head out to Klamath River RV Park.

Located literally right on the river, this RV park will fill your summer days with fun and exciting activities.  Get out into the cool Klamath River and fish for beautiful salmon.  How many do you think you can catch!?

There are fun schedule activities for the whole family to participate in, a fun clubhouse to visit or enjoy a fun campfire as you sit with the mountains in the background.

Take a trip out to the stunning California National Redwoods park - there are six of the seven tallest trees in the WORLD there!  How tall do you think they are?  We bet taller than you!  Can you see the top?

Love the water?  Then why not take a super exciting jet boat your down the river and learn about the rivers Native American culture and history - don't forget to keep an eye out for all the wildlife!  There are blacktail deer, pretty osprey, majestic eagles...you might even spot a bear! They are often seen feeding along the banks of the river on lovely berries and fish (if they can catch the salmon - so can you!)

A fun nature filled experience for the whole family. 

 

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What is there to do?

So much to do!

Visit the stunning Redwood National and State Parks, or the Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. Try and solve the Trees of Mystery or try and catch some beautiful fish on the Klamath River.

If you fancy exploring the ocean, you can take a trip to Ocean World or the North Coast Marine Mammal Center.

If you love history then don't forget to check out the Battery Point Lighthouse located in Crescent City, California. It dates back to 1856 and you can climb the tower!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up Mountain Views $42 - $44 (full hook up) / day
  • Full hook up $252 (one night free) / week
  • Tents $29.00 / day
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Facilities on site

104 All Full Hook-ups
Tent Camping Sites River Front w/campfire ring
All Sites are Large Grass Sites
River Front and Mountain Views
30 AMP service
Pull-Thru Sites Available
Direct River Access
Boat Docks
Fish Cleaning Station
Boat Ramp for our Guests
BBQ Areas (2)
Campfire Areas, several at the River's edge
Clubhouse (just refurbished)
Scheduled Daily Activities
Horseshoes and Game Area
Store & Great Gift Shop
WiFi At Your Site
Satellite TV (cable)
Laundry Room w/modern equipment
Always Clean Restroom's and Showers (no charge)

When can we go?

April - October

I'm Hungry!

There are BBQ areas and lovely picnic tables for you to enjoy your own lunch or dinner. Across from the Trees of Mystery there is the Forest Cafe where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner. .

What people are saying?

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    This was the worst park we have ever stayed in. The host was rude. They say wifi- we could only get wifi on 1 of or 4 devices that required wifi. Men's restroom was not clean, could not go on dock to see more of the river because we did not have a boat! Could not use the portable fire pit at sight, could not put out our area rug, only a mat was permitted. Only thing this campground is good for is if you have a boat and just want to fish and not do any other normal camp functions or if you just want a place to park your rig while you do exploring...Read More

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    If you like being stacked like sardines, you will love it. If you like being so close to your neighbor that you can hear the children running up and down the RV next door, you will live it. If you like being so close you can't extend your awning, you will love it. If you like thinking you're going to fish in July, but the fish only run in the fall, you will love it. If you like being where there is nothing to do for 20 miles either way, you will love it. The park is beautiful, the river is gorgeous, the staff were friendly and wonderful. Very,...Read More

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    Beautifully manicured grounds with river views. Sites are easy to access and the head guy was most helpful in setting up. Great guy... Can't remember his name. But he even came in and helped up set up the cable which we had not done before...
    We will be back Love our experience there.

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    We came here using RPI. Sure glad we did! This place is awesome! We've made several trips back since then and the service and facilities are consistently great!

    This is a beautiful, quiet, park right on the Klamath River and a few miles from the Pacific Ocean. The scenery and ambience is ideal for the nature lover. There is a boat launch and during the fall salmon run dock space is available. We have seen a bear swim across the river while seated in our motorhome enjoying our morning coffee. Wild geese and a pelican have stopped for a rest...Read More

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    Very friendly staff and beautifully manicured grounds. The views are gorgeous!! We are here for another 4 days and staying through Coast to Coast. The only complaint we have is that the info online (at Coast to Coast) regarding extra fees isn't as clear. Along with our regular points used we had to pay $4 a day extra (for utilities which is 30 amp, water and sewer). What also wasn't clear was the additional $1.50 per day booking fee, even though we made our reservations online without assistance. That was a first. The extra $5.00 per day for...Read More

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by Sharon Norahs

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This was the worst park we have ever stayed in. The host was rude. They say wifi- we could only get wifi on 1 of or 4 devices that required wifi. Men's restroom was not clean, could not go on dock to see more of the river because we did not have a boat! Could not use the portable fire pit at sight, could not put out our area rug, only a mat was permitted. Only thing this campground is good for is if you have a boat and just want to fish and not do any other normal camp functions or if you just want a place to park your rig while you do exploring and not do any other camping activities then this is the campground for you--not us. We left after the 2nd night of a 7 night paid for reservation. Let the host know why we were leaving asked for a portion of our monies back and was refused. This was in Sept. 2013

by Zan Eskelson

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If you like being stacked like sardines, you will love it. If you like being so close to your neighbor that you can hear the children running up and down the RV next door, you will live it. If you like being so close you can't extend your awning, you will love it. If you like thinking you're going to fish in July, but the fish only run in the fall, you will love it. If you like being where there is nothing to do for 20 miles either way, you will love it. The park is beautiful, the river is gorgeous, the staff were friendly and wonderful. Very, very cozy. I should have done more research.

by Susan Clarke

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We came here using RPI. Sure glad we did! This place is awesome! We've made several trips back since then and the service and facilities are consistently great!

This is a beautiful, quiet, park right on the Klamath River and a few miles from the Pacific Ocean. The scenery and ambience is ideal for the nature lover. There is a boat launch and during the fall salmon run dock space is available. We have seen a bear swim across the river while seated in our motorhome enjoying our morning coffee. Wild geese and a pelican have stopped for a rest on our roof. The air is fresh, clean, and invigorating.

The facilities are clean and well kept. RV parks with grass spaces are few and this is certainly appreciated here. There are community fire pits, a club house and a play area for children. Pets are welcome. It also has several tent sites, with some right near the river.

The owners and staff are friendly and extremely accommodating and helpful. I'm off to enjoy a glass of wine and the beautiful sunset. See you on the Klamath River.

by Frances Rinehart

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Very friendly staff and beautifully manicured grounds. The views are gorgeous!! We are here for another 4 days and staying through Coast to Coast. The only complaint we have is that the info online (at Coast to Coast) regarding extra fees isn't as clear. Along with our regular points used we had to pay $4 a day extra (for utilities which is 30 amp, water and sewer). What also wasn't clear was the additional $1.50 per day booking fee, even though we made our reservations online without assistance. That was a first. The extra $5.00 per day for river view is definitely worth it unless you are lucky enough to get either site 75 or 76 which doesn't cost extra.

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