19 Parks near Klamath, California
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Wonderful owners and staff. Grounds well kept and lots of flowers. Staff takes pride in the campground. Fresh coffee all day. Sites are a little close. Our awning almost touched the neighbors slide. Nice setting along the river with woods on the other 3 sides. Even though it is a little close, neighbors were friendly and chatty. Will stay here again when in the area. - mdmnkcm
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Some sites right on the Klamath River but very small spaces and close together. Our little slide out opened to within a few feet of our neighbors picnic table and our awning if deployed would come to a foot or so our other neighbors. Not pet friendly. Only one dumpster for the whole park. Very inconvenient. - Trinityfly
Jun 2016 - $50.00
The only "ding" in my opinion is how close together the sites are. Otherwise it is one of the cleanest campground that we have ever been in. The owner is working very hard to keep it that way. Utilities were well placed, wifi worked fine, laundry excellent. Having a river view site was well worth the extra few bucks and we would certainly enjoy staying there again if passing through the area. - housecar
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Stayed with a motor home group and used clubhouse. Very friendly, helpful personnel. Personnel are fishermen and have referrals for fishing guides and have clean, lighted fish cleaning station. Very fisher friendly.
Nice club house with ping-pong table.
RV park WIFI is very inadequate. Verizon phone coverage is marginal. ATT phone is spotty and not dependable. - cdouglas
Apr 2016 - $50.00
First impressions were that this would be a large, top tier Park. Our site was spacious, on well maintained and level grass. Site was very quiet day and night. Check in office was dark with poor lighting. Small store dark and poorly stocked. We walked the area and never found the advertised boat launch. Price reflects peak rates even though there were only 6-8 units and 2 tent campers present. H2O pressure very low. No Verizon phone reception. Park appeared to have just opened for the season, and not really ready for guests. Under circumstances, it was a poor value for the high price. - Shikepoke
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Very large park, lots of pull thrus. Clean grassy areas, lot's of trees. If you have satellite be sure to park in the southern most row to have an unobstructed southern sky view. Strong WiFi, friendly staff, lots of shade trees. - Cooter
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Stayed a week in the glen. Across from the big play area for the kids. Good base camp the Trees of Mystery and other beautiful areas. All in all, it is a decent facility. However, the single men's restroom was dirty most of the time probably because there is only ONE restroom/shower for entire park. Also there is only ONE washer/dryer (good price at $4 compared to Crescent City). For some reason they kept the large trash can locked. Lastly watch for the free range chickens! They leave deposits on rugs. Might as well not have WiFi as it only works to text, sometimes. - Central Cal 5er
Jun 2016 - $19.00
Pros: Very picturesque and secluded surroundings. Worth the drive off 101. Friendly staff on the grounds and in the office. Good selection of supplies in the "store". We stayed for a week sightseeing the shore and the redwoods. Salmon/Chicken BBQ on Sat. definitely worth the fee. Local talented singer and nationally known saxophonist entertaining during dinner. Needs improvement: WiFi almost useless. Was told it was being "upgraded". Our back-in site was on the side of a bank and the sewer hook-up was uphill, hard to dump our tanks. Then, there are the free range chickens and their droppings. Campers are asked not to harass them, but they were everywhere. Messy! - betteonline
Jun 2016 - $19.00
The park has a tight entrance road. Sites are all backin, and relatively short. Only 30 amp. It's close to the Coastal Drive, a 1-way through some Redwoods, and along the coast, with overlooks along the way. Not paved, but a great drive. WiFi was average. Cable was good. No cell phone service for AT&T. - ta96silver
Aug 2016 - $36.00
This is a very nice quiet scenic place to stay. I wish we had more time to stay. We will be back soon. The staff is friendly and quite accommodating. They walked me out to a couple of open sites and allowed me to decide which place I wanted. Great little gift shop and a store with the right things in stock for those missing or forgotten items. Great location with tall trees and lots of hiking trails to walk the dogs on. I really could not ask for much more. We will be back to stay a few weeks next time. - ldireland
Aug 2016 - $36.00
We needed a place to stay while visiting the redwoods and this RV park was centrally located for the area.
The check-in process was fast and friendly with the female owner. Our site #15 was on the end and was very large, but very sunny. Others down our row are close together. Water, sewer, 30 amp, and 12 channel TV all worked well. The WiFi worked well for us too (imagine that).
This is a quiet, small, family run place. It is not cement pads, hedges between each site, green grass, pool, kind of place. We happen to like this type of RV park.
We would stay here again. - daa10496
Sep 2015 - $30.00
We really enjoyed our stay here. Nice and quiet in the woods but easy access for our 38' class A MH. Some RV sites have partial shade and some are sunny and all are grassy. Lots of picnic tables and fire rings. The tent area is very wooded and makes a nice place to take a little walk with the dog. The grass in the RV area also is great for the dog. The wifi was down and they are having trouble getting it fixed right now. Verizon hotspot worked fine. No satellite because of the tall trees so we used their 12 channels of cable which was fine, but for some reason they don't get NBC. Owners are great and very helpful. Ask for their map of the area and things to see! All that said, I would probably choose to stay at one of the places on the river if I was ever in this area again (unless it was hot and the shade would be more welcome). - thekites
Jul 2016 - $27.00
This is basically a fishing camp. Fisher (wo)men (fisherpeople?) will like it here but it wasn't my sort of park.
The maintenance guys at this park were among the friendliest and most helpful I've encountered. RV park maintenance isn't known to attract friendly, helpful employees so these guys really stood out. The older couple at the front desk were also very friendly and helpful.
The restroom/shower facilities were old and not cleaned more than once a week (same cigarette ashes on floor for days.) Fortunately, most of the residents didn't trash the facilities. The utility posts were covered in cobwebs, a personal "ick" factor for me. The biggest downside is the narrow sites. Fortunately, we didn't have anyone on one side for most of our stay but when a 5th wheel pulled in for 2 nights, I felt like a sardine. The wifi is sketchy at best. The signal is strong but they throttle it so it's near impossible to do more that check e-mail and weather forecast. VZN MiFi sort of worked and T-Mo was MIA. Advertised cable channels didn't match what we were able to receive. - LM&TinView
May 2016 - $18.00
When we stayed they were having problems with the 50 amp electrical, but the 30 amp back-in site was very wide and well kept. Staff was very friendly, but I can't call this a resort. We did enjoy our stay and were here a week. - RayW
Oct 2015 - $15.00
We love this place, very easy to get into from hwy 101. The pull throughs are very spacious and the back-ins are extra wide with plenty of room for a tow vehicle and space between the neighbors. The staff was friendly and helpful, they couldn't do enough to make our stay pleasant. Wi-Fi was fast and TV, although limited to 13 channels, was clear. (No AT&T cell service as is the case on this part of the coast) Its right on the river with a boat dock and guide service available for fishing tours. They take PA after Oct 1 with no limit on how long you can stay. Close access to the Indian Casino and gas station. We have stayed here before and will certainly come back. - Syncro
Aug 2016 - $34.00
Bathrooms,laundry filthy. Feces in men's bathroom on toilet, was not cleaned the two days we were there. Laundry waste basket full when we used it.
Ok, if you don't mind putting down $20 deposit for restrooms and can stand being in them! We wouldn't stay here again or recommend to anyone. - Geezer traveler
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This park is convenient along US101. The only camp ground around with 50 amp. Very simple and no thrills camp sites. NO wifi, NO cable, NO cell service. The satellite did work.
The park host are really friendly.
All the regular folks come in late July -September for fishing. - MommaT55
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is a "park" not a "resort" by any means and for that I gave it a high rating. The owners were really nice when we checked in and let us choose whichever open site we wanted. They have long pull-thrus and pull-ins along the river. FHU, spacious sites with green grass. It's right on the 101, very easy access. - R-Gill513
Orick, California (map) | (707) 465-7347
Sites: 67 | Latest Rate: $17.00 | 6 Reviews
Apr 2015 - $17.00
Beautiful area surround by redwoods and a stream nearby. Bathrooms are clean as are the showers. There are also 2 accessible restrooms that include showers. There is a large meadow where elk graze. Alongside the meadow are wooden benches perfect for watching the animals. - Mainlygoing
Sep 2013 - $25.00
Great place -- agree with prior reviews. Quiet, green, lush trees and bushes. But do not bring a big rig here -- very narrow roads, low branches, small campsites. Also, campsites can be very muddy -- bring something to wipe your feet on, like an astroturf mat. - Prof Dan
Jun 2013 - $20.00
What a beautiful campground! This is truly one of the best we've ever experienced. Most sites are quite private being surrounded by shrubs and trees. Some sites are difficult to back into with a travel trailer. The shower and restroom facilities are very clean. This area provides stands of old growth redwoods with excellent hiking and walking trails, and, of course, you have the elk in the meadows. - Campy
Aug 2016 - $35.00
We stayed 4 nights and had a great time exploring! My kids loved finding the snails & banana slugs on all our hikes. Our site was a little difficult to get into with a trailer, but we managed with no real problems. The Redwood trees are amazing and are present all around us. We love to camp directly in the parks we're visiting so that we can take in a Ranger program or 2. Steep road in & out, but manageable. Would definitely stay again. Note that there is an $8 transaction fee if reserving online. - jmholton
Jul 2014 - $30.00
We stayed at this park overnight. It is VERY cute, nestled in the woods, with these cool sites for tent campers, that you take these steps up to a quaint little cove, that is like a hobbit home. Very easy to park big rig, with pull thru site. Mosquito's, but come prepared with bug spray, you are covered. Great family park, for walking dog! We camped here in a 36 ft 5th wheel - tandjb2
Jul 2009 - $28.00
It was a very nice state campground. I feel a bit high priced for no hook-ups, but the sites were beautiful, with redwoods all around. You couldn't ask for nicer ambiance. We got to the campground after the kiosk was closed but our name and campsite was listed on a whiteboard on the door of the kiosk. We would stay there again. - Rick Lechner
May 2011 - $24.00
After reading previous reviews we were not going to stay at this park, but when we drove past we decided to stay. We were given a site (#10) with a view of the ocean. I will agree there are a lot of full time, low income residents and some of the RV's were quite old. I would not recommend staying on the inside of the park. We had no problem here and loved our view. The manager was very friendly and works very hard to keep this park maintained. - HAPPY CAMPER 1
Aug 2009 - $30.00
Avoid this campground if you are traveling with small children: this is no place for them. It has a nice location near the beach, but that is its only good quality. The majority of residents we saw were full-time or month-to-month, living in run down trailers on dirty, garbage infested sites. - rvanwell
May 2008 - $28.00
This is the first RV Park you encounter when driving North on HWY 101 and upon entering Crescent City. We stopped here only because it was getting late and we were concerned about not finding an open campground. Manger is friendly, but this is a very old, poorly maintained park. The sites are very close and cluttered. Although there were other overnighters staying there, most rigs seem to be full timers or long term. Many rigs are very old. The best thing going for this park is its location (right in the harbor). I would pass on staying here again. - Joe-n-Doe
Jun 2016 - $26.00
Older, run down park with many long term residents. Basic cable but we did not have WiFi. Did not visit every RV park in town, but the ones we saw all seemed run down like this one. - Namaste-1961
Feb 2016 - $24.00
Manager nice and helpful but had no authority to do anything. Bathrooms appear to get cleaned maybe once a week. WiFi did not work, electricity worked occasionally, dogs off leash, children also off leash, stereos playing. Mobile home park mostly for residents. - yardperfect
Aug 2014 - $28.00
Nice place to stay while visiting friends. Park was clean and well kept. Seen gentleman working all the time on keeping it clean and safe. They were almost full at the time and it was nice to have him there to help us because office was closed. Everybody there seemed nice. Had plenty of room for our dog and they kept it clean. All in all I would recommend this place. Redwoods were beautiful! - boise gap