16 Parks near Klamath Falls, Oregon
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
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Stayed for a week. A very nice park.
A major problem is the noise. There is a lot of road noise. The campground is very busy and there is a lot of noise from people leaving and arriving.
There is also a lot of bugs, I forget the name of the bug, but they have no mouths so they don't bite, but they are everywhere.
The area of town is also not the greatest. Would stay again if in Klamath. - newbies2016
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Stopped on our way from Redmond, OR to Reno, NV for one night. I was very pleased with the campground. Lots of trees and grass, well kept and clean, gravel and grass sites; camp store had a large variety of items and priced reasonably; clean older but nice bathrooms; appealing pool but water was cold, good WiFi and decent cable. Verizon worked great. We camped in a 30' motorhome with a car dolly and had plenty of room for both. We would definitely stay there again as there are many things to do in the area that we didn't have the time to do. Staff was wonderful too. - Living the Life
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Pretty setting with lots of trees and a little creek running thru the park. Park is close to shopping and a nice base to visit the area. We had a great pull thru with plenty of room for our fiver, truck and car. Park staff very helpful recommending area activities and restaurants. During the summer reservations highly recommended. Gas and propane available on site. Two pet walks one on each end of the park. Tent sites filled up every night during our week in July. They also have a new fully self contained cabin for rent if you have friends without RV's wanting to join you. Really enjoyed our stay and planning to return next summer. - mserafin
Jun 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here in 2014 when we needed work done on our towed. The RV park has improved since then and appears to be better maintained. We didn't use the restrooms because they're now locked but that's a plus since it keeps the homeless away. The night attendant is a nice young guy who offered to unlock it for us but we declined since we were only staying a few days.
Power, water and sewer are all in good shape. A water pressure regulator is a good idea. There's no wifi but cell service is full 4G LTE with VZN or TMo. - LM&TinView
Jun 2014 - $20.00
This is an OK park for overnight when you want to dump and take on water. There is an electric and water area ($15/night) which we didn't see and the full hookup area ($20/night) where we stayed 2 nights while waiting for our toad to be repaired. My wife reports the women's restroom and showers are institutional but serviceable. The men's side was a mess with trash on the floor, broken fixtures, hole in the ceiling, and a commode that appeared to have been the site of a gastrointestinal event of Mount St. Helens proportion. In short, it was disgusting. The fairground is in town, off a major road, so there are people cutting through the area. Some are strange although none appeared dangerous. On a positive note, the young lady who checked us in was very personable. - LM&TinView
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
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Gravel interior roads and sites. Mostly level sites. Very very close sites. "Seasonal" sites were a mess. Not all sites are 50A actually none of the pull thru sites have 50A. Only 1 30A/site so you can't use a cheater.
We would not stay here again. - Larryvt
Jun 2015 - $39.00
Good Sam's directory gave it a multi-star rating. Must have rated fairly high because the place advertised in the directory. My wife said she would not use the rest room nor shower...said the whole place felt like the 'Bates Motel'. Everything was pretty rundown...maybe had better days, but not when we stayed there. One star rating is as generous as I can be. A true blight that makes Klamath Falls area look poorly. Also, makes the Good Sam directory useless. - journeydog
Aug 2014 - $38.00
This is a poor excuse for an RV park. It is basically a gravel parking lot. The cable TV is unusable, because you must hook up a converter box to your TV to make the cable work. The configuration is such that it was impossible to hook it up. Something that was not mentioned by other reviewers is the nearby railroad tracks. A train comes by about every two hours and loudly blows it horn, waking us up. Lastly, the place was infested by thousands of little green insects. Every time we opened the door, we had to swat lots of them away to keep them from entering the motorhome. I would not stay here again. - hajime
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
Apr 2016 - $17.00
We saw this place on the Passport America website. The price was right so we phoned to check on availability. Left a message, no response, but three hours later we arrived in the area and decided to drive out to the RV Resort anyway. I have to say that this campground is in No Way a resort. We found no one on site in the office, which looked abandoned. Finally tracked down one of the full-time residents in her garden. She said the owner usually came in the morning about nine. At 2:00 in the afternoon, this did me no good. We tried to find a site on our own, but couldn't find a site with power, water and sewer. The whole place looked like it was under construction. After wasting at least an hour driving to this remote area, searching for someone to pay, and searching for a good site, we gave up and went back to Klamath Falls. I would recommend this park to no one. - Vancouver Island Rainbirds
Sep 2011 - $17.00
As stated before the nice people running this park almost make you feel guilty for a negative review but RVers need to know certain things. First, it is way way out of town which makes you want something to make the drive worth it. It's not. Utilities are oddly placed making extensions for all of them necessary. Our Verizon air card was somewhat slow but usable, & our AT&T phone was strong. I would not pay full price, and PPA rate is a lot considering how far out of the way it is. Did have a excellent cheeseburger in the restaurant/bar. Probably would look for something else next time - rvman
Aug 2011 - $17.00
Rate of $17 was Passport America rate but you only get it for 1 night, then it is $34.00 per night. PA says Wi-Fi and cable TV but when we got to talk to someone the next day, they said that they took both out. (I will be letting PA know) No one at check in at 3:45pm. Sign on door said, honor system fill out envelope but there were none. We had to go to 3 sites as some don't have sewer. Some have broken electric boxes. Mostly live-ins here along with cabins. Overall very run down. Surely not even close to being worth $34.00. Will never stay again. - Enterprise
Aug 2015 - $18.00
We stayed in Sunset campground and the sites are actually more close together than I would have liked, especially on the inside of the loops. I would have preferred there be a bit more foliage to provide privacy, especially in a setting like this. If I had known, I would have reserved a site at the Aspen campground instead for the privacy foliage. Many of the paved pads were sloped so required a lot of leveling - we had our front legs fully extended. The bathrooms have running sinks and toilets, but no showers. There are pay showers at the resort if you need one. There is a fee to get into the resort area, but your stay at Sunset and Aspen campgrounds provides you a complimentary pass during the full length of your stay. It's a very pretty area and the 40-min drive to Crater Lake Nat'l Park was worth it. We work online, so Verizon LTE data coverage is a must, and as long as you are anywhere within 1/2 mi of the lake, you can get strong signal - all the campgrounds would be covered. There is no gas station for miles (Klamath Falls) so be sure to top off your tank before driving in. Now here's the weird part - we had some very strange encounters with the camper neighbors here who seemed to be from CA or locals. We have an older unit so immediately, every new person that arrived wanted to gossip badly about who we must be, and not at all discreetly - conversations are easy to pick up here. We have a Bengal cat on a leash, but everyone has dogs here (many not on leashes!) and heard a few negative comments about that, one as severe as "shame on my dog for not killing their cat." I think the dogs here are friendlier than the people!! Had an emergency power/generator situation at 9:30pm one night, and upset the newly arrived neighbors so badly we overheard one say after 10pm (when we turned it back off) that they would key our truck when they couldn't get the camp host to kick us out. Worst experience ever, and will not return. - Sara C.
Jun 2015 - $18.00
WOW!!!!! This place is AMAZING!!! Excellent campground, friendly camp hosts, beautiful lake, great hiking trails, and gorgeous views!! Campsites are well maintained. Bathrooms are very nice. No hook-ups but well worth "dry camping" for all of the pluses this campground has to offer!! Water and bathrooms are nearby all sites. Sites are semi-private and the distance between the campsites makes it feel like you're not camping with a bunch of people you don't know. There are trails that go near the campsites (between the lake and the campsites) but even that was not a bother. A short walk/ride/paddle/drive will get you to the main Lake of the Woods campground which offers a general store, marina, restaurants and more. There are also a lot of scheduled movies, bands, etc. throughout the camp season. Our children LOVED the wooded areas and found many little adventures between the woods, the lake, and the hiking trails :-) You can bet we will be visiting this campground again very soon!! We would definitely recommend this campground/lake/resort!! - Peace-love-trailer camping
May 2014 - $10.00
Rate reflects Golden Age discount. Prior reviewer pretty much said it all: this campground (Sunset) is a gem with friendly camp hosts, and camp hosts' boss, that are very helpful. Very pretty lake, complete with snow capped peak visible from most campsites between the gorgeous, towering old-growth trees. Paved sites many of which are long enough to take a big rig but not particularly level. I will definitely stay here again next time I'm in the area. - Old Mountain Man
Jun 2015 - $18.00
The rate is based on the weekly rate. As mentioned in other reviews, it is mostly an RV park with park model homes. The few sites for rent are on gravel, fairly level and shaded. Along with the trees come lots of birds... It is very quiet. There is no wifi or cable but you get several channels with just your antenna. It has a sign that indicates it's a 55+ park but that may just be for the residents. No extras but not a bad deal. The owner is extremely nice. She only accepts cash. - Susan C.
Jul 2013 - $19.00
This small park, with most of its sites occupied by permanent residents, is located in an agricultural area adjacent to a sizeable pond. It’s very quiet, but expect a high population of insects. Only a few sites have a sewer connection. Instead, the owner pumps directly from your unit to a portable tank once a week. The resident owners are very friendly and always willing to assist visitors, a factor that overcomes many of the shortcomings of the park. There is an excellent selection of cable channels, and a dedicated wash area for vehicles. Brushes and hoses are supplied here in the event that you don’t have them. I didn’t use Wi-Fi due to a strong Verizon signal available here. I’d suggest calling in advance to determine site availability as there are very few available. - GreenMtn08
May 2013 - $25.00
I stayed in an overflow site. It was level & had a nice view of the lake. The electric,wifi and cable worked well. The park was very serene day & night. Great setting. The managers were very very friendly. Only issues were that several of the sites don't have sewers, but they do pump out sewers every Thursday. There is no washer available on site. I had quite a few bugs on my rig in the evenings, a neighbor called them midges from the lake that made it difficult to get in & out of the rig without getting them inside the rig. They were gone in the mornings. The water here had a brown tint too it, apparently because of iron, but it didn't seem to effect us, it just looked weird. The managers went out of their way to accommodate us & even helped me hook-up. It was a great stay & we would stay again. - OnDaRoad
Sep 2014 - $27.00
Not really for big rigs, although we had no problem. We were in a back-in that was long enough, but these are very few. This is a very small park. All gravel but level. The washrooms were clean. Mostly seasonal and full time residents but all campers were well maintained with friendly occupants. Does not take credit cards. Wi-Fi was quite good. - jeffnbarb
May 2014 - $30.00
This is a very clean, friendly park to stay in. The owners are wonderful people who welcome all with a smile and a safe comfortable RV Park to stay in. The restrooms are spotless! Highly recommend this park. - The May's
Oct 2013 - $25.00
This is a well maintained rustic campground, with full hookups and friendly helpful staff at check-in. Roads are gravel, and the pull-through gravel pad was level; big rig access was good. Very quiet, space for the towed, some shade trees. The campground is mainly for long-term residents, who keep their sites neat and tidy. They are on the perimeter of the campground, and there are 4 sites for overnighters in the middle of the campground. Two separate bathrooms with showers were old but clean. No laundry. Wi-Fi was marginal but cellular service was good. This is a nice little town: a small food store and a couple of places to eat, just five minutes from the campground. This is a no frills park, but it's right in the middle of town, easy in and out, and when heading north on 39, there are very few decent places to stop. We were pleasantly surprised by this campground and would stay here again. - tobyjug