10 Parks near Fort Klamath, Oregon
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is the place to stay if visiting Crater Lake. Very clean, the office staff is very friendly and helpful. They even washed a blanket for us that our dog had gotten sick on. Wifi so far is good. Some trees but not too many as the satellite was able to get reception. Free canoe use, free bikes to use, kids playground, and you can even use their BBQ. Shower was very clean and plenty of hot water. - Jim trezza
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Small campground, all back in sites. Tough for big rigs. Only 30 amp service. Very few full service sites. Gravel roads & sites, very dusty. However, staff was very nice. Well stocked store, with wine & beer. Close to Crater Lake NP, about 30 minutes. Nice grassy area for tents & common area with large, mature trees. No charge for canoes or bikes which I think KOA' s could take note. Small laundry, $3/load. Quiet, well kept. Several cabins. - Hulda
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Great family-friendly campground, beautiful setting, friendly welcoming staff. You may sign out a canoe and walk a pleasant trail around the grounds. There are bikes for the kids to use and a large fire ring to cuddle up to in the evening. There are cabins as well.
Almost impossible to use the sewer hookup, as the site slopes down and the sewer connection is 12 inches high. Waste does NOT flow up-hill! - Dip1Dip1
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This is a repeat park for us - we love it. Had site B-05 which is a long pull thru and is great. The park is heavily and beautifully wooded. Roads and sites can be a bit tight and, as a neighbor found out when pulling in, the trees don't move! The trails along the stream and river are great. Only downside is that it is / can be dusty dirty. - AZSwede
Aug 2016 - $27.00
Nice state park with great walking trails, visit the logging museum, and Ranger led talks in the evenings. - kleamon
Aug 2016 - $19.00
My third visit to this beautiful park planted in the forest next to the Williamson River. Did not make reservations and small signs at the entrance indicated RV and Tent sites full but we went in anyway.
Turns out there is a procedure for determining what sites are available (RV sites were truly full) where you go to the self-serve board and check the reservation list. If a site number is not on that list, and it does not have a cone in it, you can park there.
Rangers confirmed that our 26' motor home would fit into most any tent site and they were correct (although we did pick one that had an easy back in). Dry camping but our portable solar panel kept the batteries up well enough while we cooked, cleaned, charged devices and watched a movie. There is a community dump outside the park site area.
Once again, neighbors smoke from their campfire was annoying; seems to be a regular thing this summer. - pyrthkr
Sep 2012 - $10.00
Road to campground is very flat, wide and gravel. But it is very washboard-y. It's only 1 1/2 miles of gravel road so just take your time. Quiet, private. Vault toilets and a few central water spigots. Would easily hold 35 ft RV. There are 2 pull through sites that are huge, but they are for handicapped. Of the 2 pull throughs: #9 is the prettiest. No reservations needed. We like quiet, private, shaded sites. You'll find some here. - theresal58
Sep 2010 - $6.00
We stayed for a week at this forest service C.G. and enjoyed every minute! It's true that it is 1-1/2 miles on a gravel road to the entrance from the paved highway but it was worth the slow, sometimes bumpy ride. There are good vault toilets on both sides of the loop campground with water risers at the quarter points. The site locations have varying shade and sun exposures. However, the area is not so heavily wooded that one feels closed in. There is a 1-1/2 mile trail along the Williamson River that connects with Collier Memorial State Park. - Bachie
Jul 2007 - $6.00
this is a National Forest Campground. The spaces are very large and level. Its very quite. We were the only one's there besides the host. Short distance of gravel road, just go slow. Sites are spread apart. At the fork in the entrance road you can go to the state park or the NFS CG we drove through the state park and chose the NFS. We will come back to this campground again. Its a great boondocking campground. You can use the dump station at the state park and fill with water there too. There is a pump type faucet at this CG. - d peterson
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Very nice host, but park has seen better days. Weeds needed to be mowed in loop surrounding restroom and showers. One (of 3) men's shower stalls was used to store cleaning items. But the reason for the low rating was our placement between two longer term residents. One had dogs that barked at any movement. It made for a bad experience. And there was no reason for that particular placement since other sites were available. We would not stay here again. - OneLap
Oct 2015 - $23.00
Nicely spaced, treed spots. Clean showers and restrooms. Laid back from the highway but signage is very visible on 97. We don't camp to worry about satellite reception. The ambiance of this campground is lovely and peaceful. Highly recommend. - veedubwesty
May 2015 - $30.00
Very small, hard to find, Ma-and-Pa type campground, nestled back in the woods. Absolutely no amenities (no pool, spa, etc). Aged but well maintained restrooms. 30 amp, full hookups on 14 camper sites. 20 tent sites. All dirt/gravel roads. Level, gravel, nicely spaced sites. Easy to get my 40' fiver in - tricky getting out. This campground is in the forest. Too many trees for good satellite reception. Excellent base camp for visiting Crater Lake National Park. Drive 2 miles south for fuel/groceries. - StephenK
Jul 2016 - $1.00
This is a casino parking lot. They allow RV's to spend the night. There were about 6 other RV's that spent the night, along with a few cars that people spent the night. The casino staff is great, very friendly, and give you free play if you sign up for a players card while spending the night. The cost is free, but had to enter a value to submit review. If you are traveling through Highway 97 and just need a safe place to park for the night, this is a great place. - shadetree
Oct 2014 - $1.00
This is a small Indian Casino. We boondocked in the parking lot. The Casino was smoke free and alcohol free. The people in the Casino extremely friendly and helpful. There is a Truck Stop right next door that is run Indian Casino. Prices of Diesel, good. There is a lot of Semi Trucks that come in to eat, sleep, but there is a area you can stay that the Semi's do not go into. - RV Roving Seeker
Apr 2014 - $0.00
Easy access off 97 and level parking for all size rigs away from the casino in a quiet area of the parking lot. We have large dogs who were very happy to have an interesting walk in the field next door. Ate in the casino and our meals were excellent, steaks cooked as ordered and came on a bed of arugula, obvious that the chef takes his presentation seriously. All staff encountered were very hospitable, again, showing care given to training. - Bikeynw
Oct 2015 - $37.00
Pull thrus, next to the highway, far to expensive for the location. Very tiny sites even if you have no slides. We had a great spot but there where no neighbours otherwise we could not put our awning out. The utilities of the neighbour where next to our table. If they charge $24 it would have been a little better value for money. - Traveller Excel
Jul 2015 - $30.00
When we inquired about any available sites we were initially told they were full.... Unless we wanted a water and electric only. The site we were put into was perfect for what we needed. Bathrooms weren't spotless but I wouldn't consider them necessarily dirty either. It's an established park with aging facilities but they serve their purpose. Access to the river is great and we saw all sorts of wildlife along the banks. We would definitely stay here again. - RMKKPark
Sep 2014 - $27.00
Very pleasant park on Williamson River. Boat dock. No cable. Small store, ice cream, swing set. Would stay here again. - bspe
Sep 2016 - $33.00
As the last reviewer said we booked a reservation thinking we had a site with electric. Come to find out there are only about 10 sites that do have electric and only a handful can be used by big rigs in the whole park. We took the chance that we could dry camp anyway but the weather turned cold at night and our furnance really started to wear down the batteries. We went totally dry since we needed the power to get the slides in and jacks up. With the help of the truck batteriers we were just able to get closed up, barely.
Other than that the site was nice. The curved drive is kind of hard to get the camper center but since there are no hookups you just have to avoid the trees. We were close to a water spigot that we used for cleaning water.
The only real benifit we found was being close to the visitor center but we could of had that at another park just outside with full hookups and basically the same price. For what you pay in the park you should be getting some hookups.
Would not stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2016 - $25.00
After making reservation on-line, come to find out, the reservation was for a specific type of site, not an actual site. Upon arrival, you're given a color code and you must drive or walk around the campground loops looking for a site. So, arrive shortly after lunch if you want to get a decent selection. Like most state and national campgrounds, sites are crammed together so badly, you can here your neighbors snore. Campers coming and going all hours, car doors slamming the same without any consideration for others. And, I don't want to forget about the dogs barking. That was pleasurable too. Did not see the ranger drive through the campground once in our two night visit. - Rick Frazier
Aug 2016 - $16.00
Had a 25 foot travel trailer. Obtained reservations online and had to check in at campground. Were given color yellow and told to take any yellow site that was not occupied. Very strange. Had dirt & asphalt pull through site. Needed 1 inch board to level side to side. Picnic table, fire pit and bear locker was provided. Lots of space between sites. Neither AT&T or Verizon got service. Campground is close to rim drive and Crater Lake Village. Loops A-G are big rig accessible if you drive carefully. Yellow sites are for "smaller RV's", Red sites are for larger RV's. There is only water and electricity in handicapped sites. - travelcouple
Aug 2011 - $30.00
We liked this park along our stay. If you are a fisherman, you will be in high heaven here, I think. We did have mosquitoes, but that's to be expected along a still lake. We had our bug spray and a fire also helped at night. Our spot was really beautiful, but dirty as it was small and not paved. We had ground cover to keep that out. The restaurant was quite good, and we had a yummy breakfast here. All the employees were really nice. - amandaHoops
Jul 2010 - $27.00
The location of this park is very convenient to Klamath Lake, Fish Lake, Crater Lake and several others. The mosquitoes will eat you alive! It's no joke when the staff is wearing t-shirts with smiling mosquitoes. The RV sites are very, very small with no room to move, parking is tight and there is not a great deal of shade. The restaurant is nice, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. We kayaked several times in the early morning hours and were greeted by eagles and osprey, jumping fish and many varieties of birds. The inlets/outlets are almost endless for exploring. If you fish, this is fisherman's heaven. We would probably not stay here again due to the small sites and mosquitoes. - Pleahy
Jul 2010 - $30.00
This place was a major disappointment. We booked a site by the lake but when we arrived at our site we found the it to be a narrow strip of dirt between the paved road and the bank of the lake. There was a broken picnic table there which took up most of the space between our RV (parked just off the road) and lake. Soon we found out that we were not by the lake but by a marsh of stagnant water near a bay of the lake. The mosquitoes were large numerous and aggressive. We could not sit outside, not by day or night. When we complained the manager told us that they could do nothing about the mosquitoes. (Never heard of spraying?) We wanted to leave but they would not refund our payment. We were moved to a site which was not by the lake and the mosquitoes were fewer but we still could not sit outside the RV. This place (resort?) is about 100 years old. It is not well maintained. Mostly people come to launch their boats and fish. There were open garbage dumpsters which were over filled. I was told that they would be emptied only once a week, in a few more days. The only positive thing that I can write is that the restaurant is very nice. You get a beautiful panorama of the bay and that marshes. The food is good and not too pricey. - David Rosen
Aug 2015 - $17.00
This is a National Park Service park, with the campsites situated on the East side of Lake of the Woods. There are no hookups, but the gorgeous fir and pine trees and the beautiful lake more than make up for that. The sites are very large, all back-ins with plenty of room for my motorhome and toad. Very quiet, and the camp hosts were visible often. There is a resort (Lake of the Woods) nearby with restaurant and store, though a bit pricey. I was here for three days and would have given it a 12 if the park had hookups. - rv1guy2cats
Jun 2016 - $50.00
This place is nothing short of fantastic. Everybody is really friendly, the grounds are very clean and well kept. The scenery is wondrous and the lake is pristine. There is a hiking trail that starts at the marina and goes for quite a ways around the lake.
Be sure to bring warm clothes even for Summer. We were there in June and there were snow flurries in the morning, and it got into the 60s in the afternoon.
We would absolutely stay there again. - ZagiFlyer
Jun 2014 - $43.00
Old growth trees make the resort a beautiful place to camp. Wide spaces with downed large trees divide some sites. Our site (R23) wasn't very level but made it work with a little "lumber" we carry with us. Auto-levelers don't like dips in the ground. Cabins to rent, general store, marina with cafe/bar at the lake. Several hiking trails. In summer months, Friday movie night at General Store, Saturday night BBQ at lodge with live band, Sunday night entertainment also. Love the red Adirondack chairs everywhere. Too many trees for roof dish or TV antenna. Good cell and Wi-Fi. They need to update web site. The prices vary on BBQ. Very Friendly staff. - Lu Larson
May 2013 - $28.00
High marks for peaceful, woodsy setting and very friendly staff. (Might not be as serene in high season or on weekends.) Low marks for old, funky bathrooms and showers, and the worst, barely working washing machines we've used this past year. - User3773