700 W Klamath Beach Rd, Klamath, CA 95548
Date Visited: July 2021
Site: #64, PULL-THROUGH, FULL HOOKUPS, 50 AMP, RIVERFRONT
We paid: $65 per night
Because we couldn’t get into anything in the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park area, we opted to stay along the Klamath River. There are a number of RV parks around here, but Klamath River RV Park was well-rated and in a great location. There is a very steep and narrow road to get into and out of the park, but otherwise, the park is easy to navigate, and very accessible from the 101 freeway.
Sites are on grass with gravel roads and are quite level. A camp host escorted us to our pull-through site. We had paid a little extra for riverfront, and it was worth it. We had a lovely view of the Klamath River and even saw a bear on the far side! There were lots of birds as we sat in the provided Adirondack chairs overlooking the water.
Sites are very close together, which is the only real negative here (besides the steep hill on the way in and out). Leilani loved walking all over the grass, though there were too many people and not enough hiding places for Danno. We would stay here again if in the area, but we might check out some of the other parks around here as well.