Wilson's Cottages

Address: Route 62, Fort Klamath, Oregon, 97626, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on Route 62, Fort Klamath, is near Klamath River, Williamson River Canyon, and Great Basin.
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        Travel Blogs from Fort Klamath

        Journey on The Starlight Express

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 14, 2015

        4 photos

        ... the valley, so we looked down into twilight and across into sunlight. It was beautiful.

        Back to the cabin where we watched the twilight turn to darkness when Robin, our carriage attendant asked whether she could turn down our beds at nine thirty. Without a view, we agreed and started thinking about getting ready for bed.

        I went to the shower - a small cubicle, with a pile of fresh towels, and the actual shower screen was a sheet of vinyl which needed to ...

        A Long Flight, A Long Drive

        A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 14, 2013

        2 photos

        ... Creek Falls. I just can't drive past a waterfall without stopping. Salt Creek Falls is the second highest waterfall in Oregon at 286 feet. Unfortunately, we didn’t have a lot time to stop and really explore much; a longer trail led to Diamond Creek Falls and Falls Creek Falls, but it was getting late and we didn't have time to go for a long hike. Salt Creek Falls, however, was spectacular ...

        Stayed near Fort Klamath

        A travel blog entry by gvw on Aug 30, 2013

        ... across. Approx 1950ft deep and the visibility of the lake waters are 41 metres.

        Lit the campfire back at the RV park on our return as this place certainly cools down once the sun sinks over the horizon.

        (Americans use the term ‘resort’ very loosely over here. In Australia, the term refers to a 5 star mega joint with at least 3 swimming pools and the whole box and ...

        Blue, Blue the Lake is Blue

        A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 20, 2013

        84 photos

        ... mustard, tomato and lettuce with a pickle on the side. We could have gladly lingered there after talking with a couple from the Ashland area about living in Ashland and how the town of 20,000 and Medford of 90,000 was getting a bit too busy – their ears perked up when we told them we were going to be visiting friends tomorrow who moved from Montana to Medford this past year – they were thinking of moving to Montana!

        It’s a darn ...

        Transitions – People and Geography

        A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 19, 2013

        78 photos

        ... other hand, if we had stayed in the park, we wouldn’t have had the opportunity to:

        Exchange the sound of the McKenzie River for the mooing sound of cows on Sun Pass Ranch in Fort Kamath, our B&B and Horse Hotel, for the next two nights.


        Eat at the Indian casino called KLA-MO-YA in Chiloquin. As we departed the National Park, we were wondering where all the people were – the roads ...