19 Parks near Klamath, California
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Best rv park, especially a KOA we have stayed in. Exceptionally clean showers and restrooms, plenty of laundry machines for use during the busy season. Located in the Redwoods with plenty of Redwood Trees and walking trails. - rl and dm powell
Apr 2016 - $40.00
We used this as our base of travel. Site was nice pull thru and very level. Had 50 amp, sewer, water, cable, wifi. Staff was helpful and led us to the site. It was a nice KOA. Just outside of town which works for us since we are travelers and not campers. Stayed 3 nights. Right next to 101 but no noise. We would stay again. - belanga
Aug 2015 - $44.00
Pretty much a dusty field with FHU and a nice little forest walk attached. Was a bit of trick to level but we managed. Good for overnight or base of ops for Crescent City area. No pool, but kid recreation area. Would stay again. - 1947red
May 2016 - $34.00
Arrived 1:20pm and had to wait until 2:15pm for the person to get back from lunch! The park was really open with a large field in the middle. A lot of pull though sites but all looked very tight. Mine was. Had to keep moving back and forth so I could open my slides without hitting the utilities poles ( elect, water, etc ) sites were pretty level. Some had low over hanging branches. All in all, not the best and not the worst I've stayed at. Paid showers at .50 for 5 minutes. A nice market next door. - twowoofs
Nov 2015 - $38.00
This is an older park within walking distance to Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. Blacktop roads and gravel sites. Hook ups were in the back of the site so had to get out extra cable water and sewer hoses. The surrounding area are beautiful Redwoods, but the campground is nice an open. Lots of cable channels and our Wi-Fi was good. - Traveler II
Aug 2015 - $42.00
This is an old and tired campground that definitely could use a bit of TLC. That said, friendly host and staff endeavored to place us in an easy-in easy-out pull-thru next to an open grassy area. Utilities functioned perfectly as did the WiFi. Restrooms required a code, which I failed to acquire, thus have no comment on their cleanliness. There appear to be a number of long-time seasonal residents, for what that's worth. Again, staff was great, and we would camp here again. - CO2RV
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
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
Sep 2015 - $60.00
Wifi wasn't good. When we called the office they said it was unreliable and maybe would work sitting on the bench at the front door of the office. Maybe if you like to fish this campground would be worth $60 a night. It is a large, flat grass area with hookups. The campsite sizes seemed generous and very easy to get into. - oldcarfun
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
Apr 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here at the very early beginnings of spring. Winter cleanup was ongoing. Still the staff was friendly and helpful, even got us a 30 amp converter when ours turned out to be missing in action. Very scenic, peaceful and quiet. Not as much water view or access as we expected, but it was close enough. Redwoods and Pacific Ocean were a feast for the eyes. - Jackson Browne La Palma
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
Sep 2015 - $43.00
Having read the reviews, we knew that the spaces were close together... they are indeed! We paid an extra $5 per day for a 'river' view and we were glad we did. We had travel trailers on both sides of us and we were so close together that you could hear your neighbors talking inside their rigs (even with the windows closed).
The full hookups worked perfectly and the bathrooms and showers were well maintained and spotless. We also used the laundry facilities which worked well ($2/load of wash; $2/dryer).
The wifi was just okay... pretty weak signal that wasn't consistent. The cable TV included 12 or 13 channels.
All of this said, the view of the Klamath River was magnificent and we were really glad we stayed here. - CurtJudy
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Good size sites all grass. Well away from Hwy 101 road noise. Right on the Klamath River. Staff keep it very clean. My only suggestion is to make sure you hit a store before you camp here as this park is very isolated. Beautiful setting right on the Klamath River. Great home base for Redwoods camping. Wifi and cable tv for a small extra charge. We stayed here with RPI discount. - Cheryl39
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Good utilities. Wifi $3/day for 2 devices. Laundry expensive ($2.50 wash and $2 dry). Fair spacing between most sites. Quiet and peaceful. Concrete patio, fire ring, picnic table.
A large facility, about 25% transient/75% long-term (mostly neat): areas widely separated, looked like our area was for transients. Park broken into several distinct areas, so it doesn't feel as "big" as it otherwise would.
Lots of shade, if that's what you want- I'd have preferred no shade with the rain (dirt/some gravel pads). Tree overgrown, could just barely get MH into site-roof became inaccessible because tree covered entire back half of roof access. Most of the gravel is gone, so sites are mostly dirt. Plenty of room in the pullthrus to park toad, etc. - SW Rick
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Spent one night here. VERY nice setting in the Redwoods. Close to all the fantastic Redwood attractions. Very nice and friendly staff. The 50 amp service socket was broken at my site. I call the office and they said they would repair it immediately. I was just staying one night and told them not to worry. The 30 amp service worked fine! First thing in the morning a very nice gentleman showed up to repair it. Really a great place to stay. Will definitely stay here again !!! - gnlandrus
Jun 2015 - $11.00
Ok, first review for me, the monthly rate is $343 plus electric. This RV park has a lot of full timers in clean rigs and the area around them is clean.We had a 34 ft 5th wheel, no problem in a back-in. Plenty of room to park tow vehicle in front of rig. Try to find a site not backed into trees (for example, #231); it is very cold after sun passes overhead. Slight walk to trash bins. No club house, and no central gathering place. They do have horseshoes and lots of places to walk. Dog friendly and firepits allowed. Staff very friendly, easy check in. If coming from the south get off at Parkway Dr just north of town. Entrance comes up quickly so go slow. All in all, a great stay. Lots to see and do. Would of given it a higher rating except for tent sites mixed in right next to rigs, and in the sites in the 200s you will hear roosters all day long. - seaguy
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This park is a big parking lot with few trees and little grass. The spots are short but wide. Big rigs just barely fit. I think most people come for the fishing season as I saw many boats parked next to RV's. The office staff is friendly and helpful. The showers were old, but very clean with plenty of hot water. The WiFi was slow, but not terrible. The park is next to the California Coastal Trail so it is great for walking or biking. - WNC Traveler
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Overnight stop driving up the coast. Big open blacktop lot with mostly back in sites. Pull through sites are a combination to 2 back to back pull in sites, which worked mostly OK with a little extra leveling. FHU which worked fine, but as usual wifi was hit and miss. Easy access in and out right at the port. Some permanent residence, which were mostly fine. Easy access into Crescent City. - RPWAINC
Mar 2016 - $35.00
Nothing fancy but for California $35 isn't bad. Quite a few very old motor homes here as it looks like people live here or come on weekend. For being old though it was clean and hookups easy. We did have a problem with our electric going off but maybe it was due to some storms in area; but use a surge protector! Not on beach but behind a marina. Close to Chart House and where seals lay out to sun. - Scooterd16
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We really enjoyed this park. It was clean, quiet and yes there is a fog horn but it wasn't that loud and had no problem sleeping with it. I didn't rate the showers as clean because of the sand people left in it. We would definitely stay here again. Great views of the ocean and lighthouse. - Rosie the dog
Jun 2016 - $36.00
Spent 2 nights. FANTASTIC view of the bay but beware, Fog horn sounds every 10 seconds. It was VERY windy. So bad, I pulled the slideouts in fearing the awnings would tear. This park needs work. Gravel roads have deep ruts. No facilities for disposing of dog waste.
Dog feces all along the berm separating the park from the beach.
Stay here only if you are a sound sleeper. - gnlandrus
May 2016 - $35.00
It has beach appeal galore. Patrol is little to none. There were two groups blocking the only beach route last weekend. Dogs were unleashed, they had big party and even though I saw an employee visit, nothing was done about it. Other than that its been fine. We love the fog horn & harbor lights. You can see the lighthouse day & night. Its beautiful. The Wi-Fi is frustrating. Just be prepared to log on over and over and over again. Other than that it is worth visiting. Lots to see in the area. We will visit again. - Nana Montana
Jun 2016 - $35.00
It is dry camping, but the setting is worth it. Easy to get to but roads are narrow inside camp grounds. Our 33 footer fit but barely. - Terrie B
Aug 2015 - $18.00
This campground is nestled among the northern redwoods, therefore rather dark, as the sun light doesn't penetrate the tree tops until late morning, if at all.
The interior roads are very narrow, and weave between the giant trees.
Sites are tucked in between the big trees where ever they fit, ours was fairly level, but rather tight due to the trees, we were able to fully extend the slides, undergrowth makes for nice site separation.
There are no hookups, but there is a dump station and water fill. Bathrooms were clean and functional.
Nice hiking trails in the area, with a river at the edge of the park. Our price was with the Senior Pass. If in the area again, we will stay here. - bukhrn
Apr 2015 - $35.00
We stayed the night in a driving rainstorm that didn't let up the entire time we were there. This place is all about the trees which are impressive but not any more impressive that Redwoods elsewhere. The spots are very rustic gravel/mud and not very level, but you're not staying here for the camping spots. Each spot has a trash and recycle bin I assume to keep the place pristine. Most trails are closed to both dogs and bikes. This early in the season the park was barely open in terms of facilities. One bath/shower closed and the other far away from out spot. This place is also very dark due to the large trees. There is a nice river access area we had ourselves to due to the weather. - Fishmon