Klamath River RV Park

Address: 700 W. Klamath Beach Rd., Klamath, California, 95548, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 700 W. Klamath Beach Rd., Klamath, is near Tour-Through Tree and End of the Trail Museum.
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      Avenue of the Giants

      A travel blog entry by susunk on Oct 06, 2014

      66 photos

      ... the Chimney Tree. It was a gift shop and a walk down into the roots of a giant tree. The room inside was huge. It was big enough to sit down to dinner with friends if you could fit a table through the door. Not too much further was the Humboldt State Park visitors center. It must have been here we read about a big flood that had happened here in December of 1965. There were posts further on showing the height of ...

      Redwoods and Lighthouse

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 08, 2014

      12 photos

      ... and has operated continuously since then, and is still in operation today. The tour took about 1 hour and included a description of the lighthouse keeper’s quarters, a short climb up the tower, and an explanation of the light itself. This was a very enlightening afternoon. Thankfully the fog has lifted and the temperature has risen, it is a very comfortable afternoon.

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      Mountain lions, bears and backcountry camping

      A travel blog entry by lostproperly on Sep 08, 2013

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... on the gravel bed of the river after 2km's into the trail. There was a grove of very old redwoods 5miles or 8kms down this trail. So we aimed to get about 5km in before we camped. This would allow us to trek on to the big trees easily the next day. We were a bit apprehensive about the loads on our back though and whether we'd reach our 5km goal. However our fantastically researched purchase of our ultralight, best in class rucksacks seemed to pay off - the ...

      Majestic Giants and Stunning Hwy 1 Coastline

      A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Aug 31, 2013

      74 photos

      ... Creek Visitor Center the 100-yard trail to the Big Tree is paved. Two nearby bonuses are the Roosevelt Elk herd in Elk meadow, and Fern Canyon, where a creek splits two walls of sheer rock draped in a thick carpet of ferns. Its prehistoric look convinced Steven Spielberg to film a "Jurassic Park “scene there.

      We left highway 101 to check out the 30 mile long 'Avenue of the Giants’ which runs parallel to the 101. This is a must do diversion ...

      It's Hiking time again (More Big Trees and Elk)

      A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Jul 18, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... and a Banana slug. Now that i'm a professional hiker we eased through the 2.5 mile hike with ease in a record 1 hour 10 minutes. We decided to have lunch (peanut butter sandwich for me, ham sandwich for Les). While having lunch a heard of Elk came right through where we were eating. Les reached for the camera while I fumbled around in our ruck sack for my new awesome knife (have i mentioned I have a massive knife ...