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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $20.00
This could be a beautiful place. Lots of green grass area with nice barn for activities. Owner very helpful. Noticed very trashy trailers behind office building. Middle of night awoken by drunken woman yelling who obviously was living in one of those trailers. These need to be cleaned up. Need more trash cans which needed emptying. Wouldn't use washers because filthy. Electricity went out with 30 amps. Location within walking distance to river. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $35.00
Friendly helpful staff. Large sites and large shade trees. Many come here for the fishing and it looked good when we were here. At least one 30 lb king salmon landed during our stay. Restrooms are older but well kept. Same for showers. All hookups were fully functional and easily accessible. Lots of other friendly campers here. On site pizzeria, order and pay at office and the pie will be delivered to your site. Bears make occasional visits to the fish cleaning area. Can be at any time of day. Beautiful place to stay and fish or see the redwoods as we did. We would stay here again if in this area. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $35.00
We love this park. We stay here 2 times a year going to and from Oregon. Large grass sites very well kept up. The staff make you feel like part of the family. They also have a pizza shack that makes the best pizza. The owner put on a good fireworks display on the 4th, and also provided a great BBQ for the whole campground. We will be back. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $51.00
We love this campground! The staff is very friendly. A staff member suggested a site where we wouldn't have to unhook our tow car and dolly, led us to our site and offered assistance. We were out of butter and their store was out too, so the clerk brought us a cube of her own. Wow! The campground is a large open grassy field and some sites have large cement "patios" to set chairs or your picnic table on. We walked down to the river (easy access and trail) and enjoyed the very peaceful setting. The pool is small, but game room area has some fun options. We will be back! We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $36.00
We camped here over the fourth of July weekend (Tuesday-Saturday). It is a nice park with a lot of amenities, especially for the children. We are retired and do not travel with children, so it was of little use to us. It wasn't as crowded as we expected which was a godsend. The sites are side-by-side, by which I mean, the two sites have their hookups in the same area pulling in opposing each other with driver sides very close together. Did I mention I hate side-by-side hookups? This also means your neighbor on the passenger side opens up onto your open area as well. The sites are fairly large doing this, but we prefer our privacy. If you travel with another RV, this would be great. They also only have 30 amp hookups but yet advertise they are big rig friendly - big rigs are not just larger but also have larger electricity needs. We did put our water heater on propane, were careful with what we turned on at the same time and managed not to blow the breaker. It was cool, so no need for the ACs. We were also unable to connect to their WiFi even though we had good signal strength at our site. When I mentioned this to the office, they said I must be doing something wrong since they got it in the office and made no further attempt to help me get on. I am a computer nerd and have had no problem with over a 100 campground WIFi's so I know how I SHOULD be able to connect. I used our Verizon MiFi instead. It was slow but reliable. All the above limitations would not be so bad except they are the most expensive RV park in the area. If you use all of those amenities, I guess it would be worth it, but we used none of it. Our rate reflects the Good Sam discount. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $35.00
This campground is worn out. Do yourself a favor and pick another one in the area. Wi-Fi has not worked in a long time (as per staff) and the cable TV stinks. The lady in the office was very nice, but that was the high spot of this campground. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $30.00
The last night of Labor Day weekend and this place was packed (they said good fishing). We got one of the last pull-throughs. When it is this crowded you are really packed together, but it was only for one night. Lots of families here and boats everywhere. Park is a nice setting with river access and lots of grass areas. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $37.00
We stayed at this park for a week after a 2+ month trip. We really liked it. The staff was helpful and attentive. They maintained a highly visible presence, even patrolling at night. The spaces are wide, lots of grass and have picnic tables. Staff makes an attempt to space the rigs out so there is lots of additional room when they have that option. Prior reviews indicated a pushy pizza guy, but we did not find that at all and actually appreciated the onsite pizza including delivery to the RV (RV room service) given there are not many other food options nearby. We also appreciated the bears who appear each evening at the fish cleaning station. A good example of bears and folks interacting in respectful ways and great photo opportunities. Lots of families, bicycles and tents, which were an added plus. The downside is the wifi, which is weak and needs to be accessed when no one else is trying to use it ( middle of the night?) Since Verizon was weak, good wifi would have made this a near perfect spot. We would definitely camp here again and recommend it to others. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $38.00
We camped there for 4 nights because it's a great location for a base camp to explore the Redwoods National and State Parks, the pacific coast, Patrick's Point State Park, etc. We were generally pleased with the park. It is clean, well-maintained, and has a nice playground for the kids. On the downside: (a). there was some road noise from highway 101, though it wasn't too bad. (b). people not far from us who camped in a tent had got a visit by a bear one night though no major harm was done. (c). the swimming pool is really small so we didn't even try it. (d). this family run business is at times a little bit disorganized. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
Klamath has a variety of parks to choose from and this is the best of the best. We were referred here by one of the other local parks because we are traveling with kids and we are so happy we took their recommendation. We loved it here. Plenty for our kids to see and do. They have a Recreation Hall and it was well equipped. We took the Kayak tour, offered at the park ($45 per person), with our kids and had a blast. Everyone at the camp was friendly and knowledgeable. The pizza (made fresh on-site) is worth buying but the "salesman" is a bit pushy. A few boats were in the park, but then again this RV Park is on the Klamath River (One of the best rivers for Salmon fishing in the country) and in my experience fishing is a great way to pass time while RV'ing. Overall the park is great and my kids had a time they won't soon forget. We would stay here again. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $40.00
This is the best looking campground in the Klamath area. We looked all around at the other parks, and this one stood out like a diamond in the rough. Very well maintained, friendly staff, and nice large spaces. They have 100 pull through spaces, and all of them are capable of big rig. Upon arrival, the park host took me in the golf cart to select a site, and let me know that they try to keep 1 space open on either side when they are not busy. We were under trees, and they were well cut, leaving plenty of room for awning and slides. The internet worked very well, which was good, since our AT&T wireless did not work at all in this area. The only place for cell service was 20 miles north or 15 miles south. The river was a 400 ft walk, and while there we saw a Gray Whale and calf. We got lots of great pictures, this made the kids very happy just seeing that. Later that night a black bear came out of the woods to the fish station and poked around for trimmings. After the bear left, a wild cat (not sure what kind) came up and got the left overs, very cool! I forgot to mention the Pizza, when you arrive you will be "informed" about the home made pizza, and how great it is, etc. The information ends with the question "how many do you want?" Kind of funny, but I refused it on the spot, not liking the sales pitch approach upon arrival. I was mistaken, as we ordered the second night, and I would have ordered both nights if I knew how good it was, truly very good pizza, and they deliver to your door! I would stay again. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $36.00
They do push the pizza HARD. Have not tried it yet. I should have checked this website instead of a recommendation from some one as there are 50 amp parks near by and I think they cost less. You do not normally need a lot of AC here. But, Grogginess in the morning can lead to over loading the circuit breaker which means I'm at the post in my robe. Historically this is a fishing camp with narrow roads and the spaces are close to one another. But they are trying to groom the grass and keep the plants nice to offset some boats etc. The pleasantness of the CG is based on if you focus on the positives or negatives. I'd like it more with more power. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
We LOVE this park. Our latest trip was our third visit. The Staff is extremely helpful and nice. A very warm welcome upon arrival. The grounds are always clean and well kept, very inviting. We have two boys: 11 and 8. They have the run of the park along with the other kids. The family fire pit is very nice, very big and always has plenty of room for kids to do s'mors and adults to enjoy conversation. The only BAD thing about this park is the addition of the PIZZA man! This was new to us. Upon arrival we were hounded to buy pizza. After a long drive on the road and trying to check in, the last thing I was thinking about was pizza. But the sales guy never stopped! He even followed me to my RV and hounded me while I was hooking up. I finally gave in just so he would leave. Although the pizza was ok, it was NOT worth the 20 plus dollars. Too bad because this is one of the finest parks I've stayed in, the pushy pizza guy is not necessary. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $39.00
We wish we had realized that this is a fishing camp. There are boat trailers and trucks parked everywhere. The gravel roads are very narrow. The sites are side-by-side being very close to your neighbor on one side with a decent size patio side. The web site pictures look nothing like it is when the park is full. The 30Amp is low. I had to wash down the washers in the small laundry before use. A fisherman came in and used the laundry tub to wash his boots and to rinse the chunks of dirt from his clothes, then put them in the dryer, unwashed. The floor was filthy and in the restrooms, also. There are only 4 washers for over 100 sites. A worker's dog was tied up on a very long rope in the rain and got tangled around a post, yelping constantly; however, renters are advised to keep dogs on a "short" leash. The rules state that campfires are not allowed in the full hook-up sites, yet there are portable campfire pits in the sites. It amazes me how they received such a high rating with Trailer Life and Woodalls. Perhaps they were pre-warned that they were going to be inspected. We will not stay here again. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $36.00
Gravel roads and lots of grass to park on. Pretty quiet. Walk to Klamath River from RV park. As always full timers get away with just about everything but everyone else is reminded of the rules. Take your groceries with you as there is nothing nearby. Good access to lots of redwoods. Crescent City is good for a day trip about 20 miles away. We camped at Klamath’s Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
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