Kamp Klamath RV Park

Address: 1661 West Klamath Beach Road, Klamath, California, 95548, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 1661 West Klamath Beach Road, Klamath, is near Tour-Through Tree and End of the Trail Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKamp Klamath RV Park

Reviewed by rahelundpeter

Als Nichtfischer nicht empfehlenswert

Reviewed Sep 4, 2013
by (6 reviews) Küsnacht , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

Sind zufälligerweise dort "gestrandet". Wie sich später herausstellte wird Campground ausschliesslich von Fischern (Lachssaison) genutzt. Duschen/WCs verdreckt und ohne Licht. Lachse werden überall auf dem Camground filetiert. Für "normale" Camper nicht zu empfehlen. Einzige die Tochter des Hosts gab sich Mühe. Preis/Leistung bei $29.50/Zelt/Nacht völlig überrissen. No go!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Kamp Klamath RV Park

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Travel Blogs from Klamath

Checking out the giant trees called Redwoods

A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 07, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos



Week 10 BLOG

Monday July 7, 2014

Non-Travel Day



This morning we headed north on US Rt. 101 and the city of “Crescent City” and the “Redwood National and State Parks”, where our first stop was at the park headquarters and visitors center. After getting some great suggestions …

On our way to the California coast.

A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos



Sunday July 6, 2014


Travel Day


Today our destination was the city of “Klamath” on coast of northern California. But to get there we had to travel north on I-5 into Oregon and at Grants Pass connect with US Rt. 199 back into California. In Crescent City we turned south on US Rt. 101 to the town of …

Avenue of the Giants

A travel blog entry by susunk on Oct 06, 2014

66 photos

... the Stonegate villas just a little bit more. When we drove through Garberville I was so relieved we hadn't stayed here. It was 1968 hippieville. Everywhere, all up and down the streets, sitting on the walks and lawns, in chairs whereever, in groups were the 2014 version of flower children. It was an incredible sight. I was a little freaked out actually, since it wasn't just a few, but hundreds, overflowing through ...

Pacific Ocean and Redwoods

A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 17, 2014

1 comment, 37 photos

... get to the mainland and ended up in Eureka which is a fairly large town with lots of old Victorian homes. We started back up on 101 heading north and decided to see if we could find the elk and watch them while we had our snack but then I found Moonstone Beach on the map. You have to go out of your way to get to this beach, off 101 down a winding road but what a beach. It is suppose to be a great surfers place but at the moment no one was ...

Mountain lions, bears and backcountry camping

A travel blog entry by lostproperly on Sep 08, 2013

4 comments, 15 photos

... pitch up whatever you feel like it. No facilities - just poo in a hole you've dug and drink water from a creek!! I've wanted to do this type of thing for a long time, since my teenage years (the whole hiking and camping thing without a car, not the pooing in hole thing!)... So I was very excited!! And Casper had never done anything like this before, but she was keen as mustard. We had to get a permit from the rangers office, and check in with them so they knew ...