Klamath'S Camper Corral

Address: Hwy 101 at Terwer Valley / 169 Interchange, Klamath, California, 95548, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Hwy 101 at Terwer Valley / 169 Interchange, Klamath, is near Tour-Through Tree and End of the Trail Museum.
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      Day 13: Fern Canyon

      A travel blog entry by usarvtrip on Sep 02, 2006

      21 photos

      Big day today - the start of school! We had decided that once we got up we'd do the first hour lesson and then have breakfast. We woke up at about 8am to find Tracey already up and entering her journal. Wow, there's a first. She then duly informed me that I'd crashed out at 9pm last night to leave her to go thru' all the school stuff. Whoops. I …

      Day 12: Redwood National Park

      A travel blog entry by usarvtrip on Sep 01, 2006

      13 photos

      We had a bit of challenging start to the day as I don't think Joshua slept very well last night and he was a complete NIGHTMARE. Totally gumpy and negative about everything. However, we managed to have breakfast (lovely ham, eggs and baked beans), get packed up and then stop by the visitor center. As school is supposed to start today (cringe), …

      Giant gingers

      A travel blog entry by weebles on Sep 16, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... the larger they grow (unlike most trees) unfortunately only 4% remains. Being some of the largest living organisms on the planet they grow over 300 ft tall and up to 20 ft wide! They are impervious to pests due to tannins in their wood and because of the lack of resin and thick fibrebark they are fire resistant! Most of their water in the summer is gathered through thick fog that comes in shore from the mixing of the southern warm upwards currants and Alaskan melt ...

      Redwood Trees

      A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi on Sep 15, 2013

      85 photos

      ... on a unpaved road that gives a unique sights of trees and ferns that are painted with dirt. Once we made it to Fern Canyon we both couldn't stop taking photos. In our opinion it was the hidden gem of the national park.
      Before leaving the park we took a scenic drive on Howard Hill Rd. This 6 mile scenic drive winds between Redwoods that are so close we could reach out and touch them from the car. This was a great way to end our time in California.

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      The BigTrees

      A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Jul 22, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... Family in the 20's to preserve them for eternity. these trees are, on average, about fifteen feet in diameter and about two thousand tears old, with some specimens going back to three thousand or more years. The tour of the Grove is o n foot and is a workout that is well worth the effort.

      After the Stout Grove we stopped by the visitors center for a brief visit and then headed south ...