Woodland Villa Country Cabins

Klamath, California, United States | Campground
 

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Checking out the giant trees called Redwoods

A travel blog entry by wright2

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... this was that here we were standing on the cliff only 200 feet above the sea, but were actually above the cloud bank, we could look across the top of the clouds and
up at the sun; and every once in a while the clouds would blow over us and envelope us in a light fog; it was a strange feeling. We were hoping to see some whales, as there are some in the area, and to also see a sunset over the ocean; but the weather did not cooperate.

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In tents

A travel blog entry by cyclinginaskirt

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... a bike. I improvised. After carefully wrapping my food pannier in a canvas sheet, I assumed all would be safe, not so, I was woken at midnight by a tearing, rustling sound and gnashing of teeth. Completely terrified I did what the do in all good horror movies and decided to investigate, so with bear spray in hand and whistle in mouth (goodness knows why) I crept out of my tent to find a large raccoon sat atop of my pannier, shreds of canvas everywhere. ...

Mountain lions, bears and backcountry camping

A travel blog entry by lostproperly

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... years old!). After a good hour there, we headed back to camp. This night though, we played music around the fire to block out any rustlings from the bushes!! Next day, it was home time. We broke camp and made sure we left no trace whatsoever. It had been an incredible experience being so free amongst nature, and it really inspired us to do more of this wherever we went over the next 13 months. The trek back was good but still pretty tough even though we had ...

Redwoods

A travel blog entry by twogosouth

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... redwood trees so they got cut down. When the miners arrived there was 2,000,000 acres of redwood and now there is only 120,000 left so the government declared it a national park to stop the woodcutting. In prehistoric times the redwood family was everywhere, but because of the ice age they could only survive in three isolated places, in each place the redwoods grew differently. The one we saw (the coast redwood) ...

Crater Lake and beyond

A travel blog entry by whereisdad

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... which was formed by a volcano about 7700 years ago, is 1943 feet deep ( deepest lake in the US), and is very pristine because there are no streams feeding it, so it has almost no sedimentation or contamination. This is why it has such a remarkable blue color. We toured the lake and stopped several times to just take it in, and t hen made a short stop at the Visitors Center, then back on the road to Crescent City, ...

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This campground, located in Klamath, is near Tour-Through Tree and End of the Trail Museum.
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