We are Ideally located near the California National Redwoods Park
Klamath River RV Park
Surrounded by verdant trees, silken grass, quiet enough to hear your own heart beat. Nothing but nature’s undisturbed beauty as far as the eye can see.
The Klamath Riveris the most important coastal river south of the Columbia River for anadromous fish migration.
Its salmon, steelhead, and rainbow trout have adapted to unusually high water temperatures and acidity levels relative to other rivers in the Pacific Northwest.
The numerous fish were a major source of food for Native Americans, who have inhabited the basin for at least 7,000 years.
Klamath River RV Park is family owned and operated. We offer a personal, friendly, clean, quiet and safe park in the best location in the Klamath area. The owners and staff are here to exceed your expectations of the RV'ing experience.
5 MINUTEdrive from our location
The Mighty Klamath River is one of only three rivers that begins east of theCascades and flows into the Pacific Ocean
from our location
Klamath River RV Park is located right on the Klamath river directly adjacent to the California National Redwoods Park with nearby beautiful ocean beaches and hiking trails: a nature lover's paradise. The Klamath River offers world renowned fishing and spectacular scenery.
Our park offers RV sites up to 60' long, tent sites, basic WiFi throughout the park, a clubhouse, laundry, free hot showers, and easy access to the river bank for fishing.
Fishing Guide Service
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High Bluff Overlook Picnic Area.
All About Fishing.
“Breathtaking view... don't miss this!”
"We stayed at the Klamath River RV Park for several days and toured the area extensively. On our last day, we made the drive up Requa Road to the Klamath River overlook. WOW, what a breathtaking site! Once up top, you can see the Pacific Ocean in all its glory as well as the Klamath River dumping into it. This is a beautiful spot to watch the sunset!" -visited September 2015
Call for reservations: (707)482-2091
The Klamath area offers
fishing, bird watching, the unparalleled Pacific coastline, and the world famous ancient California redwood forests,
Klamath River RV Park is the
perfect location from which to enjoy all that the California North Coast has to offer.
RV and Tent Camping
During the latter days of the California Gold Rush, increasing numbers of miners began working the Klamath River and its tributaries. Steamboats operated briefly on the large lakes in the upper basin before they were replaced by railroads in the late 19th century. In the 19th and 20th centuries, the upper basin became a rich agricultural region, and many dams were built to provide irrigation water and hydroelectric power. In the 1960s, the Klamath was targeted as part of a much larger scheme to augment water supplies in central and southern California; however, these works never materialized.