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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    Travel Blogs from Klamath

    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), …

    Northern California

    A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Sep 13, 2014

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... trees are some of the most spectacular sights in the world. The Trees of Mystery which is located in Klamath which celebrates and allows you to admire these spectacular trees right up close. Your official hosts when you arrive is a towering 50ft. Paul Bunyan and a 35ft. Babe the Blue Ox. One of the most popular attractions is the groomed interpretative trail which takes you through the redwoods and allows you ...

    Checking out the giant trees called Redwoods

    A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 07, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... suggested we go to the right, so we did, only the road dead ended at the river and we were forced to turn around. Returning to the fork in the road we then took the left fork, but this road was no better as it narrowed down to the point where the bushes on both sides of the road were scrapping the truck, and it also dead ended at the river. At this point we decided that we have had enough of dirt roads for today and after a drive down ...

    Lichens and Redwoods

    A travel blog entry by the-expedition on Nov 03, 2013

    10 photos

    ... was finally able to find a lot of the north coast lichens and photograph them in their natural habitats. This is one of most pristine areas of the California coast, consisting of large freshwater lagoons and many other wetland areas. Many of the lichens grow here due to the lack of air pollution in other places.

    Hwy 1 climbs up above the ocean and the last 2 days we were above the fog that was hanging on ...