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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    Travel Blogs from Klamath

    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 ...

    Giant gingers

    A travel blog entry by weebles on Sep 16, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... as well as improve at it, been disciplined with our equipment and ourselves and learnt to go without and still be happy (most of the time). We've met some inspirational people, one road worker was so friendly and generous he gave us his apple from his own lunch box! We've made new friends as well as learning a bit more about each other. I'd give cycle touring two thumbs up and Ben and fran's bodge version three thumbs for added comedy value. * redwoods sequest ...

    Redwood Trees

    A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi on Sep 15, 2013

    85 photos

    ... these trees. The Lady Bird Johnson Grove 1.5 mile loop trail was a perfect introduction. While driving to our next hiking location we came across a large group of Elk that were lying under some trees. Our next stop was the Big Tree which is a short hike to the largest tree in the park accessible to visitors (we learned that there are 3 larger trees but they are not accessible by foot). We then made our way to Fern Canyon via Gold Bluffs Beach. This is 20 ...

    The BigTrees

    A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Jul 22, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... road, really a fun thing on a loaded RT or LT towing a trailer!

    We persevered and were rewarded with some magnificent views of redwoods ranging in size from two feet in diameter to fifteen feet in diameter. The size and majesty of these trees just takes your breath away.

    We were soon at the center piece of this particular part of the Park, the Stout Grove, which was donated by ...

    Day4

    A travel blog entry by marrkids3 on Jun 08, 2013

    1 comment, 85 photos

    ... passed a taunting sign that said "Almost there..." as we wound our way up the road. Well we came to the end of the road with no gas station and only a couple miles left in the tank. Luckily, we had just enough gas to cruise our way back out to the highway and on to the next town. It was definitely a close call! After that excitement, we finally made it into ...