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!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kamp Klamath RV Park

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    Travel Blogs from Klamath

    Northern California's Beauty Never Ends

    A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jun 19, 2015

    9 photos

    ... and pale brown bodies and live in forests in the mountains from northern California to Washington. The second hike was not so wonderful -- the guide book said the trail was "1.4 miles and moderate hiking". It ended up being 3.5 miles and strenuous hiking -- my knees did not appreciate it at all and just about decided to mutiny! It was up, up, up a narrow trail full of roots, and then down, down, down the same rooty ...

    A morning with children, a night amongst giants.

    A travel blog entry by pattycake_4 on May 31, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... br>
    Distance Traveled: 1840 miles
    Stadiums visited: 1 (The pace will pick up soon, I promise.)

    Sight of the Day: The Redwood National Forest. Honorable mention: A 10' by 25' sign selling "Sweet Cron" also a very enthusiastic thumbs up from another Subaru driver as he passed me.

    Quote of the Day: "What do you do to a guy with 4 balls? Walk him to first." - Gas Station attendant in Centralia, Washington after hearing of my adventure.
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    Mountain lions, bears and backcountry camping

    A travel blog entry by lostproperly on Sep 08, 2013

    4 comments, 15 photos

    ... you, rolling in off the sea 10 or 29 meters high like a big roll of cotton wool. At some points it was as if we were driving a road in heaven! Taking this road is much longer than going to the redwoods direct - quite a few hours more, so we decided to break up the journey by camping in the Van Damme forest park. We arrived late in the day, just after dusk... But quickly had the tent up (have I mentioned yet how proud I am of this tent?! It's an MSR Mutha Hubba) ...

    Majestic Giants and Stunning Hwy 1 Coastline

    A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Aug 31, 2013

    74 photos

    ... coastline of the U.S. state of California. Highway 1 has several portions designated as either Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), Cabrillo Highway, Shoreline Highway, or Coast Highway. Its southern terminus is at Interstate 5 (I-5) near Dana Point in Orange County and its northern terminus is at U.S. Highway 101 (US 101) near Leggett in Mendocino County. Highway 1 also at times runs concurrently with US 101, most notably through a 54-mile (87 km) stretch in Ventura and Santa ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by bootsmadefrwlkn on Jul 09, 2013

    16 photos

    ... Lots of fog so was hard to see the coast. The N.B. Drury scenic parkway landed us back on the 101 where traveled to Lady Bird Johnson Grove and did a little hike. Easy hike with some pretty big redwoods. It was one of the first plots of redwoods purchased to be saved from logging..I think circa 1906. We traveled the 101 all the way down to Patricks Point to camp...unfortunately it was full...so we camped at emerald forest just south. It was a pretty ...