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Kamp Klamath RV Park

1661 W Klamath Beach Rd
Klamath, CA 95548
No Email Address
14 Reviews
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First impression.... a little rough around the edges. The more we got acquainted with the park the more we liked it. The staff was great. The Saturday night Salmon BBQ was great. They are very Dog friendly. Although dogs must be kept on a leash in the campground proper, the outlying property is "Off Leash"! Easy access to the mouth of the Klamath river. Great for Salmon fishing.

Received from Michael for visit in Aug 2013

Site Number: M7
Stay Again? YES
This was our second visit and we came back because it is a nice place to be!!! It feels like camping with the large meadow and wildlife around. The sites are nice and big with tables and grass, the people really make it feel like family, they are so friendly and helpful. If you go you must stay for the Saturday night Salmon Dinner!!!

Received from Jim Bernard for visit in Jul 2011

Site Number: 7
Stay Again? YES
Kamp Klamath has just about anything you need as a camper. It is clean, friendly, has a lot of resources, hiking, fishing, and a fantastic salmon dinner on Saturday nights with live music.

Received from Lura for visit in Jun 2010

Site Number: 7
Stay Again? YES
The camp staff treated us like family.If we needed any help at all,they were right there immediately.

Received from Donald for visit in Jun 2010

Site Number: 30
Stay Again? YES
Our stay was great. The facilitys are clean and the staff was nothing short of amazing. Helpful and knowledgeable about the area and things to do for the kids and family. The trails for hiking are close and the grounds were clean quiet and well groomed. We will absolutely be back. We had a wonderful time.

Received from Jason for visit in Jun 2009

Site Number: 7
Stay Again? YES
it ws a very convient place to stay for a coupe of days...near the redwoods and hiking trails..douglas was very knowledgeable about the place...

Received from larry saulsgiver for visit in Apr 2010

Site Number: 15
Stay Again? YES
we stayed here for 3 nights. the location is great-next to redwood national forest and the breathtaking coastal drive. the park has a wonderful outdoor cookout with fresh salmon that was to die for.

Received from chuck for visit in Sep 2009

Site Number: 1
Stay Again? YES
This was a true bait and switch. We made reservations on their web site two days before arrival. Upon arrival they didn't have our reservation, they blamed Pay Pal. They tried to put us in an inadequate dirt and gravel site that was only about 20 feet long for our 35 foot RV. I refused to stay there and they refused to refund all of my money. The web site shows pictures that are grassy and shady, not dirt and gravel and junk everywhere.

Received from Stan Welton for visit in Aug 2009

Site Number:16
Stay Again? NO
This is the campground where you bring the kids, your bikes, your hiking shoes, and some wood for the fire. You are 1.3 miles on a paved road from the mouth of the Klamath River, or a short trail to the river from the camp. It is the home of the Yurok natives and it is full of history and lore. A powerful place with panoramic views a short drive or ride from this secluded jewel. It has a 'mom and pop' feel. Older bathrooms with showers whose temperature can change with a toilet flush are quite adequate. The hosts couldn't be more accommodating, helpful, and kind. Enjoy the huge old alders and a vast array of wildlife.

Received from Denise for visit in Aug 2009

Site Number: 10
Stay Again? YES
It is surrounded by Redwoods, and has all the amenities my family could want. The restrooms were clean and neat with good HOT showers; there is a laundry room, a store with a good stock of groceries & refreshments. The host gave us samples of their smoked salmon, and it was so good & I got a few packages to take home. The staff was very nice and informative. It seemed they were always busy fixing things up getting ready for the busy season. Full hookups include WiFi & Sat. TV. Several acres of hiking trails, and a “Bigfoot Trap”! Next time we are there, we are going on the Fun Bus tour to Fern Canyon. I have to say that this is now my favorite vacation campground!


Received from Lace for visit in Nov 2008

Site Number: 16
Stay Again? YES
This place is great! Days of hiking, fishing, beach combing and adventure nearby! Stay in a clean campground with showers and a restaurant! Heaven!

Received from Tiffany for visit in Apr 2009

Site Number: 18
Stay Again? YES
We had a great time at Kamp Klamath. The host was very knowledgeable and helpful. The store was well stocked even though it was off season. The full hook up area we were in had a nice big grassy lawns, picnic bench and fire pit. There was a gentleman laying fresh gravel on the drive, keeping it in good condition for the rain. At night the only sounds were the crackling fire, and a Hoot Owl. I will be back here every chance possible!

Received from Lace for visit in Nov 2008

Site Number: 16
Stay Again? YES
This is not an RV park - it's a campground, and a bad one at that. The 30 amp service continuously cuts off, there's no laundry facilities, no tv service, weak WiFi and the whole place is just plain junky. It's hard to believe this is the same place that's advertised on the website. There are very few things here that you see on the website. Not sure why but we will never return. We stayed in a Class A, crammed right up against another Class A - hardly any room for our slideouts. We arrived after hours, there was no one on duty, we had to make our way around in the dark. Worst RV experience we've had in a very long time.

Received from Anne for visit in Mar 2008

Site Number:2
Stay Again? NO
Campground was found to be in a poorly maintained condition. The restroom's were VERY run-down, dirty and not stocked. The shower's were sorely in need of repair, the men's shower didn't even have hot water. Several dilapidated trailer's homesteaded the pull-thru section. The trailer's were occupied by a host of unsavory individual's who spent their time working on their R.V.'s until 3 o'clock A.M. each night. After the third night, I complained to the manager. The night's were quiet after that. We paid for a week but left about two day's early. Wonderful location near whale watching and giant redwood's. Would return to the area for more hiking and bike-riding, but would NOT stay at Kamp Klamath again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.

Received from Walt Y for visit in May 2006

Site Number: 15
Stay Again? NO

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