How has this motel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsRavenwood Motel Klamath
An independent Mom and Pop kind of hotel. The kind that are more rare as each year goes by. It was an old-fashioned motel type, park in front of your room. It gave us what we needed to sleep well. Had a simple breakfast in the morning.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Ravenwood Motel Klamath
Travel Blogs from Klamath
We spent some time in the morning enjoying the Inn. They have both a group of redwoods and a giant sequoia on property. The owner has also taken time over the years to plant a beautiful garden, some of which was still in bloom. There was a small nook with a swing where you could sit and read surrounded by …
... went through a town called Orick. It was the most run down decrepit shell of a town. Every building was run down and in disrepair. A motel, which was open, needed painting thirty years ago and repaired. It would take millions of dollars to just make it respectable. Very depressing.
We headed back to the motel.
195 miles today
1847 miles to date
1962 miles remaining
Day 9 ...
... and you could go drive through it. It was kind of fun and certainly a unique experience. We used Meatball as our "male model" to sit in front and help show the immensity of the tree. I think he was a bit puzzled as to what he was doing there. Afterward we went on another scenic byway through the forest and up along the shore to a high point where you could see miles along the coast in both directions. Very, very pretty. We are almost on visual overload by now. ...
With great anticipation, we entered the Redwood National Park in search of the towering Grand Daddies of the tree world. We were not disappointed. It was suggested we visit the Stout Grove of Redwoods within the National Park. We drove as far as the road would allow with our motor home, unloaded ...
... nervous since we had to put all our food in the "bear boxes" provided at the site each night. This inspired them and we made bow and arrows for protection. The first couple days were grey and chilly and freezing at night, but by day 3 the sun was back and we were able to dry out.
Owen and Siena capitalized on the two different junior ranger programs provided here. Since this is not only a National Park, ...