6 miles from I-5, but a very nice park along the Klamath River. Very nice bathrooms. We could use our satellite. No long-term residents. Everything was great and the folks running it very personable. My husband ate at the restaurant next door, (I wasn't feeling good) and the dinner was great. So unless you're in too much of a hurry for the 6 miles drive, come here. $62, but hubbie didn't ask about any discounts. We were here in a 5th wheel, with 3 dogs.
I really liked this place. No long term residents. Right along the Klamath River with long and wide pull in sites. Half on the water. I encourage you to visit this site. The woman who runs it lost her husband two years ago. She is 82 and doing her best to make ends meet and keep the place going. I learned this while I was checking in. This is a good place and we should help her out. The RV community needs more places like this.
It's a beautiful location and not crowded. Arrive during daylight otherwise it could be difficult to find after dark. It's roughly 5 miles off the freeway meandering through beautiful foothills. We lost cell service so know where you're going before heading out. I prefer peace and quite, far from the noise of the freeway. If you're a bit more adventurous and not afraid to venture a few miles from the freeway is worth checking out.
This place is such a hidden gem! We were scrambling at the last minute to find a reservation in the area (over Memorial Day!!) and found this on the ParkyRV app. It s a little crazy on the road to get to but so worth it. The camp hosts were so friendly. Our granddaughter loved watching all the different birds! Great find!!!!