Klamath Falls KOA
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKlamath Falls KOA
We stayed at a campground at KOA Klamath Falls as lodging for Crater Lake.
The campsite itself was very nice. We had a nice grassy knoll to set up our tent at. The campsite also contained a fire pit, which we didn't use, and we were able to pull our car up right to our campsite.
The campground itself was very quiet. There were several families staying at the campground, and they kept their noise level at a minimum.
The owners of the KOA were very nice and helpful during our stay there. The KOA also has a little general store where you can buy anything from Oregon Souvenirs to beer and wine. It does have internet, but the internet is very sucky. It doesn't reach the campsite, so to use it, you have to be close to the office, but nevertheless it was still useful to download books for my kindle.
There is a nice size outdoor pool at the KOA, which we didn't swim in, due to a lack of free-time, but was filled with people all day. There is also a small playground for kids and a dog walk area.
The bathrooms and shower were very clean when I used them, and there was never any sort of wait for them, there was always at least one empty shower or toilet stall.
The only real con I have for the KOA is the invasion of Midge Flies, which are harmless insects, and an important part of the food chain, but they were EVERYWHERE. They were all over our car, all over the tent, everywhere. It was disgusting. This is not the KOA's fault, at all, and I don't hold it against them, just something to note.
Klamath Falls is also a nice town. They have a lot of really cute drive up coffee shops, including Human Bean, which we were addicted to during our tenure in Klamath Falls. There's also stores like a Wal-mart and fast food places, which is very useful if you don't want to cook a meal, or forgot something, or want to restock.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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