3 RV Parks near Happy Camp, California
Jul 2013 - $25.00
Great place to stay. Only one block to the store and 49ers headquarters. Two blocks to pizza. Owners very friendly and take a lot of pride in their park. Spotless showers. Power very clean and the WiFi was great and included in the price. This will be my hub for prospecting in this area. Oh, and I found GOLD! - desert_rat4
Oct 2011 - $25.00
Don't expect anything fancy, just a clean and safe place to park your RV that is close to the river. If you are in Happy Camp CA you are probably there to fish the Klamath River. This crossroads town is located about 65 miles west of Yreka with nothing in between, so if its glamor you are looking for Happy Camp ain't it! But if its fishing and a micro town atmosphere it is great. The Bigfoot RV Park offers clean easy access grass spots that are safe and quiet. The owners are helpful and friendly. They were most welcoming to us and offered us use of their phone and also put us in touch with a wonderful local Klamath river fishing guide. The restrooms are spotless, Complete with towels! The electrical hookup has 50 amps, but is a little off from where they should be, so be sure you have enough cord with you. Wi-Fi worked great, no cable anywhere up there, but gas is available and basic groceries, and of course fishing licenses are sold at the general store. We are definitely going back! - Syncro
Oct 2016 - $8.00
Tree of Heaven is a Federal campground located about 11 miles north west of Yreka CA. There are 2 ways of getting there, the most simple is to take the Hwy 96 exit off of I-5 just north of Yreka. There is a much more scenic route if you exit at Yreka and follow the secondary road, CA 263. This is our preferred route as it has several of the beautiful old old arch bridges and also eliminates the rather long grade found on I-5.
We have stayed at this campground several times over the years and find it a pleasant and peaceful place, right on the Klamath river among lots of old shade trees (be very careful for headroom when driving through the campground, some branches are low) This is a typical National Forest campground having a host, a dumpster, pit toilets, and drinking water. No electricity and no dump station. Fishing is right there, as is a small boat ramp and hiking trails. Not especially big rig friendly, we have a 24' Class C with a tow vehicle, but did see some larger 5th wheel rigs.
The access road to the campground is steep, but paved and we had no problems, just be advised that the entrance is on a curve off of hwy 96. There is a turn lane, but extra care is needed just the same. The beauty of this campground is well worth the little extra effort getting there. - Syncro
Sep 2012 - $15.00
The drive into the park is steep and has sharp curves but is it doable. There were at least 3 sites large enough for our 40' motorhome and 1 was a pull through. The park is along the Klamath River, quiet and very nice. We would stay there again. There is no cell/Internet reception. We camped here for 1 week. - rvinglover
Apr 2010 - $10.00
Destination campground is located 4 miles 'west' of I-5 on Highway 96 (Exit 786) and is on the Klamath River. There is River access for fishing, and kayak & small boat launch. Twenty-one asphalt sites, most level, pit toilets, water faucet. Sites can be reserved between mid May and mid October for a $9 additional fee (go to the website for info) or contact the Ranger at 530-493-2243. Quiet and secluded, Campground Host during summer. - zigzag
Aug 2011 - $10.00
Nothing fancy, just a quiet spot under the trees. A little bit rustic, bathrooms are sanitary but could use updating. The owner is very friendly and easy to deal with, treated us right. Free Wi-Fi. Coin laundry. Nearby swimming hole at the creek. Stayed in the Pacific Crest Trail hiker area, $10/person/night. Great cafe next door for breakfast & lunch. - wjj