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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Urban setting with quite a bit of early morning traffic noise. Treed and flat with no real privacy (who needs it?) and easy access. Petrol pump at gate, and food, too, I think. Friendly reception. We'd return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a full-hookup 50 amp site. This is not a big rig friendly park. The entry to this park is the tightest I have seen in 12 years of fulltiming. There was nobody parked at the gas pumps in front, and our Bulgemobile STILL could not make the turn, coming from the south. We had to unhook the toad in front of the office to get in. Getting out was no easier. I had to do a Y-turn to get to the park exit because of trees. We had a paved pull-through site that was reasonably level. The 50 amp power was strong. Sites are reasonably large. Many of the sites are back-ins, but those seem to be mostly for tents and a few long-term customers. The park is well maintained. Very good Verizon 4G data service--4.5 Mbps. Good Verizon voice service. Excellent park Wi-Fi--3.7 Mbps. Very clean laundry with ten washers and ten driers. $1.50 to wash and $1.50 to dry. No carts in the laundry. They sell gas, propane, and diesel on site, and diesel was cheaper than nearby stations. We will not stay there again because our coach cannot make necessary turns getting in and out of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This your typical KOA basically an old park which is overpriced with not much in the way of frills. We have a 43' motor home and didn't have any difficulty maneuvering inside the park although the space provided was not really level. The electrical was good as was the Wi-Fi. There is not much to choose from in Klamath Falls so in a pinch we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK campground; nothing special. Camped on grass spot with mature shade trees, so it was nice for me. Staff is friendly, helpful and quick. Laundry room is clean with well-maintained equipment. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Check In staff was friendly and efficient. The overall condition of the park is OK but nothing fancy. This park would be OK for a night but I wouldn't want to stay here for more than that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This older KOA is not big rig friendly at all. The entry road for our 36 ft was very tight. In order to access the park, you need to make a very tight turn, then there are gas pumps in the driveway to pass. If someone is fueling, or in the office, it is very difficult unless you unhook your tow vehicle. We called and made a reservation asking specific questions regarding this and we're told it was no problem. I did address this with the office and got the feeling this entry issue is a common complaint. The WiFi was fair, good cable, and some road noise as nearby hospital . We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older, small RV park. It is well maintained with gravel (fairly level) sites. The manager was nice and very helpful. There is some road noise. We were able to pull through and remain hitched with a 28 foot trailer. There were a few big rigs with tow vehicles and they seemed to have enough room. Only complaint was price. The price seemed a little high based on age and road noise, but that is KOA. We were here one night on our way to the Bay Area and will probably stay on our way back. It is a good half way overnighter to SF. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Had to clean up the site before we could walk around. Lots of dog feces!! Noisy park. Adjacent motor home had 5 dogs unattended in it and all going berserk!! Complained to management but I guess they didn't care!! Will not be back We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great little overnight place, I seem to enjoy the convenience and the slip in/slip out nature of the place. Treed. Friendly. Cable works great. I use a 4g iPad on the road, worked fine. Extra bonus, on a day when America was standing in line for lottery tickets I bought mine at the KOA, no line. The young men who were working both times when I was there this month were very helpful and friendly. K Falls gets cold at night in the winter. I have learned to put my slide in at night if I'm leaving early in the morning to avoid any ice-on-the slide issues. It's never been crowded in the wintertime. I can see how huge rigs might not like the pulling in aspect of the place, I never have a problem with my 30 ft rig and Wrangler in tow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typically older KOA. Very narrow rows and very short pull-thru. They did allow us to have a site extra long pull-thru. Like most mismanaged KOAs they don’t understand the room it takes for a big rig. Many large motor homes and 5th wheels had problems getting into the small sites. Would not recommend this park except in an emergency. The cable was good, but no WI-FI working. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a destination RV park, but is quite nice for a KOA. There are a lot of mature trees, and the sites, while small, have some grass between them. It is dog friendly. All sites have picnic tables. It is clean, has a swimming pool (for summer visitors), a little store, and a gas station which includes diesel. The employees are pleasant and helpful. We stay here on our way to the SW for the winter. This is the second time we've stayed here on our way to the SW, and we'll probably stay here again next year. It is convenient to many stores and restaurants. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This KOA is older and sites are close together. Our slideout nearly touched the awning next door. Desk clerk was confused about KOA ValueCard. Dog walk was small, but adequate. Laundry facilities were newer. OK for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one weeknight in mid-August. We had a level, pull-through site with 25 channel cable TV, and Wi-Fi that worked well for us at our site. About 1/3 of the sites are for tents and a dozen RV sites are taken by long-term/resident customers. That leaves maybe 40 sites for travelers. As recent reviewers have mentioned, the park and sites are average at best. Roads and sites are gravel. The bathrooms are old but OK. The laundry is surprisingly large (about 16 machines), but that is because it is open to the public. The pool is small. Except for the back-in sites taken by residential customers, most sites have some trees and are probably not satellite friendly. There are some stores and eateries within a mile of the park. OK park but not for $37/night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The young lady who handled my check in was very friendly and very informative. The park's brochure was very well done and contained a lot of good information. With the exception of the store which was very well stocked, I thought the park was in substandard condition. The roads aren't very good and the space we were put in wasn't even close to level. The park could really use a complete overhaul to make it more inviting. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typically shabby KOA. Very narrow rows and very short pull-thru. We paid an extra $3/night for an extra long pull-thru and did not get it nor did we get the reduced rate for a regular pull-thru. . Like most mismanaged KOAs they don’t understand the room it takes for a big rig. Many large motor homes and 5th wheels had problems getting into the small sites. Would not recommend this park except in an emergency. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly people working in the office. Spaces very close together with a small grass area and table. Two "ok" dog run areas. Internet is non-existent. This seems to be the normal in most parks, and really needs to be addressed! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are not KOA fans. They're usually older campgrounds with too many sites and feel crowded and messy. This KOA was a pleasant surprise. Immaculately maintained and run by friendly and helpful people. It's a small park, perhaps part of the reason we found it to be so pleasing. Nice grassy sites, near Highway 97 but no traffic noise. Good Wi-Fi, nice little store with excellent selection of all sorts of items, clean laundry and nice pool. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Average KOA for amenities. Gravel roads and sites; our site was easy in/out but some were a little tighter. Site width was fine. Negatives: I got lousy wireless reception trying both ATT & Verizon. Camp WiFi was ineffective too. A billion midges (non-biting mosquito-looking insects) covered our RV from dusk to dawn. Don't try driving around dusk or dawn, or they will coat your windshield. These bugs are everywhere near the lake in summer, and not KOA's fault. Otherwise good locale to visit Crater Lake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small KOA. Mostly pull throughs. Longer sites with 50Amp that were OK for our 45'5er didn't have sewer. Pool was small didn't look clean and was cold. Lots of midges and was given a handout warning about them. Free Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Staff were very friendly and escorted us to our site. The site had some grass, a tree, clean gravel and gravel roads. We used the laundry and it was clean with 8 washers and dryers. Wi-Fi was good and strong. They also sell fuel on site at a reasonable price. Have fun. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical KOA, dirt/gravel roads, gravel sites and kind of tight. We had a picnic table at our site and about a 8' strip of grass in between sites. Check in was quick (we had a reservation), camp store was well stocked. They sell LPG, gas, & diesel on site, and since it's in Oregon they pump it for you. Beware the 10% motel tax though, but no sales tax. Did not use their provided Wi-Fi, but Sprint, AT&T and Version all had good signals. Too many trees to set out our satellite dish on the site we had (#42). Place was quiet at night. Close enough to Crater Lake for a day trip in the toad. Good Brewery downtown. Good place for a few nights, we would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good for our one night stay, nothing fancy. Older park, but well maintained. Tight entry to park, had to pull into park to allow another rig in behind us. Bathrooms are clean, showers are on the small side. We requested a pull thru so we would not have to unhook, but the site was too short and we had to unhook toad. So if this is a concern, make sure to ask at check-in. There are longer pull thrus in the park. Cable and WIFI worked well. Quiet setting, no road noise. Would consider staying again, but would check other options first. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 3rd time at this park. The staff is friendly and guide you to your site. Our site was level and the power, water, sewer, cable and Wi-Fi worked flawlessly. The sites are gravel but sufficient. Plenty of room to navigate a big rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has a grassy fenced area for dogs, even our big ones. The wireless was one of the best that we have had. All persons were very helpful. There is a walking path along the river that borders the park and leads to the 105 mile long state park. Very well kept park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Conveniently located. Quiet. Sites are level and there is 50 amp service. Lots of pull through sites. It was too early for pool to be open. They sell propane and diesel in the park which is helpful. We would stay here again as it is quiet and people running it are helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed one night passing through. Pull throughs are very short, especially with a toad. Sites are narrow but staff was great! Would stay again but not long term. WiFi was FREE and worked very well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nothing fancy here but a good place for an over night stay. Friendly and efficient staff, quick check in. No railroads in the area so I expect a good nights sleep! We are staying here during the winter so it's hard to tell how well the park is maintained during the busier months. There are some long term residents here but there is plenty of room for over-nighters, too. Best diesel fuel prices in the area so be sure to conveniently fill up while you are here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small campground in the middle of town. The campground roads were wide enough, but the pull-throughs were a bit on the short side. Roads and campsites were both gravel and the sites had some reasonably large shade trees around them. Wi-Fi worked okay. The front of the campground is right up against a city street and there is not much room in front of the office for more than one RV to park and check-in at a time. Add in a set of gas pumps off to the left and getting in and out of the park is a bit cramped. The office is between the road and the campsites and the street is not a main one, so I didn't notice any traffic noise. The hosts were friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We used this campground as a base for a trip to Crater Lake National Park (about 60 miles north). The staff was very friendly and helpful. They helped us with directions to our next location. There is a gas station on site which is very helpful. The sites are very small but doable. The laundry room was very nice. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites are very tight, and camp is located in town, yet noise isn't bad at all. This is a very small KOA. Staff is unorganized and just barely seems to get everything done. I would only stay here if this was my only choice in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small, quiet park with easy access to shopping. Strong Wi-Fi. It was very quiet at night: others really observe the quiet hours. Small, fenced dog area. Very dog friendly. Plenty of room to walk the dogs. Hand mini-store on site. Friendly and helpful staff. Gravel and dirt sites with lawns and picnic tables. Great pool for the kids. Right up our alley! THIS is camping! We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A fairly nice setting, centrally located in Klamath Falls. Good facilities, store and fuel on-site. A little tight getting in and out with a big rig (50'), but it was OK. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Typical KOA. Gravel roads and sites. This KOA has gasoline pumps, propane tank and dump site. My space had water, electric and cable-TV but no sewer, however, other sites did have sewer. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good for a one night stop, but not for a lengthy stay. Park is clean but shows its age. Lots of bugs! However, it is not just the park. Klamath Falls must be the bug capital of the world. Cable TV had a lot of channels and the free WiFi worked great. Would probably stay again if we were stopping in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I can't imagine coming here as a destination, but if you're just passing through, as we were, this is a good stop-over. It's in in a fairly urban environment and I got the impression the neighborhood might be somewhat questionable. The staff was very friendly and efficient. They have a convenience store (with cold beer) and gas/diesel on site at fair prices. The stations I saw coming from the highway did not have diesel so this was great. This is a ways off of Highway 97, but I don't think there is a better alternative. The pull-through was level gravel and easy to pull into. The Wi-Fi worked well and the cable was clear, with many stations. The spaces are very close together and your steps pretty much come down on the neighbor's hookups. You would have no chance of putting the awning out. There are no tables or fire rings as there would not be room, and nowhere to sit outside. Just a good place to stop, rest, and then move on. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park. Level gravel site with grass and picnic table next to it. Clean restroom/shower. Gas station on site that was a few cents cheaper than the surrounding area. Cable TV had lots of stations. My only complaint was the Wi-Fi. I never could get connected even though my computer indicated good signal strength. I took it to the office and still couldn't connect. There was a computer there for individual use and that worked fine. The following morning it still wouldn't connect. There is a store with a few basic items. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was easy to find and it was well laid out with several pull-through sites. The office was clean with a few supplies available. The water spigot was below ground level and not the easiest thing to hook-up. As usual the price was higher than most RV Parks, $31.00, but it was convenient for us. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed two nights. Wi-Fi good and cable TV also. Park is older, rustic. Fairly good gravel sites. Pet friendly and lots of grass and 2 dog areas. No street lighting so pitch dark for walking dog at night. A lot of tent sights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here many times with no problem. This last time we made reservations for full hookups. We got here and found the site I was supposed to have, was taken. Those people hadn't left yet. We pulled into another site and was told that site was already reserved. We got taken to another site. We found out after having almost completed hooking up that we had no sewer service. She said: you can dump for free at the dump station. We stayed 2 nights and the first spot along with others that were full hookups were never used. We inquired when leaving about being able to dump and were told the fee was $7.00. It was a nice campground but we were very confused by this time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The check in process was very disorganized. I was supposed to be taken to my site and the attendant did not show up. I decided to find my own site. My wife asked how much the washer and dryer was and the clerk stated "I don't know. I do my laundry at home". The sewer drain at our site was so slow that I could not drain the black tank without it overflowing. I should have known since there was tissue evidence all around the sewer area. VERY noisy with traffic all night long. If you need quiet do not stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff was friendly and I liked that they had a gas station. However, the rate was too high as there is little to do in the area. The worst problem was the mosquitoes. There were hundreds of them on the door our our RV and all over our car. We hated to even go outside. I would not stay there again. The next day we drove about 80 miles and stayed at a beautiful park in Crescent: Big Pines RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My experience here was typical KOA, no surprises. Showers were clean and hot. Wi-Fi was good. Sites were gravel as I remember with some shade trees. Filled up with LPG while here for the unbelievable price of $1.59/gallon. That's right, very inexpensive. All in all a good place to camp for a few days. I would return here if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had 2 sites for 2 and a half weeks, as we were working out of town. The owners were caring, attentive and take pride in this campground. It is exceptionally clean. There is a nice minimart and gas station, of which prices are at or below major supermarkets. There is a flying midge insect here: abundant, but harmless. Not bad in all spaces. Over all we were very pleased. We highly recommend this place, and will come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
This is a decent park with good facilities (FHU, Wi-Fi, cable, and a pool). It is nothing special but certainly an adequate stopover. I did not find the "skeeters" to be as bothersome as some of the previous reviewers. There are numerous stores and restaurants within a mile of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a bad park to stay in. It was very buggy. We had raid and four candles going. Still had so many bugs we could hardly stand it. Did like that they sold gasoline, and we filled up there; it saved time. We stayed there one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an OK place. Everything worked well. The staff was friendly. I had called for a full pull-through, but when we arrived we were too long 38' + pickup to fit the full we could have had a water and electricity. There were a lot of kids (school bus stop) but they were well behaved. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good campground for a short stay. All of the staff were friendly. The nightly camping fee was pricey, considering the lack of area attractions. There is a swimming pool, however, in our 6 day stay I didn't see anyone use it. The streets are gravel and very dusty. The cable TV signal was very good and the wifi signal was strong. The laundry facilities were more than adequate. The 115 V electric park power was very low (below 110 V) and we had to use a autoformer to keep the ac voltage in the safe to use zone on the plug-in voltage moniter. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are narrow and some are side-by-side hookups. Staff was friendly. Laundry is large and resonably priced. We were upset that KOA has discontinued the Gold Card 15% discount, but that isn't the local staff's fault. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great little park. Very clean and improved over stays we have had hear before. Entrance takes some planing as it is small. Once inside you feel like you are camping and the place is quite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice old KOA that looks like it's been there for some time. Staff/owners were VERY friendly and very helpful. Older park, but very clean and well maintained although the roads are un-paved and a bit dusty. A little too accessible to the public as two shady characters were using their public laundry one night and we had to tell them to leave our site. Not really a "destination" type park, but great for a stopover since there is ample shopping and dining within walking distance. We stayed there while on business in KF for a few days and would do so again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Even though this is the only place to stay in K-Falls they do not act like it. Staff is glad you are there! They even take you to your site. Did feel welcome. Wi-Fi has great service. Park is clean and trees are trimed nicely. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, large level sites, not too close together. Very helpful staff led us to our site on a golf cart. Not sure of facilities in the surrounding area as we only stopped overnight. Would definitely stay again if passing thru Klamath Falls. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for the Oregon State American Legion convention. Great Staff took awsome care of all us Vets that were here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 4 / 10 ]
All roads were gravel. Sites with full hookups were gravel, sites with electricity and water only were grass. Sites are narrow and will accommodate slide outs, but awnings may not fit. Lots of trees. Play area for kids. Two pet areas. Unleaded and Diesel fuel on site, at very competitive prices with local stations! Staff very friendly. We camped here in a camper.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Arrived at this campground after realizing that Valley of the Rogue campground was not acceptable. It is a beautiful privately run national forest campground, celebrating its 90th year. It feels like a throwback to camps in the 1950s, but with modern amenities. They have boat rentals, restaurant, marina, grocery store, swim beach, adirondack chairs lining the shore, rental cabins, all in a gorgeous lake setting. We had a surprisingly good phone signal.The sites are enormous! Only complaint is that they are dirt, and not level. We have auto levelers and needed several blocks under the front ones! Staff is very friendly. Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This resort was lovely. Lots of trees, deer in the early evening, and a lake to die for. We even had use of a boat and saw a bald eagle pick up a fish for dinner out of the lake and fly off. It is quiet, peaceful, and I would have given it a 10 if the sewer system had been better. Most of the sewers are uphill from the RVs creating a dumping problem. Also, lots of yellow jackets in September. There are only two washers and two dryers for the whole resort, which includes a number of cabins. Verizon WiFi worked very well. We would come back again. Had a very enjoyable time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We spent a week here and loved it. We and another couple had RV's and our other friends rented a cabin. This is primarily a fishing lake, and the fishermen in the group loved it. They rent fishing boats and paddle boats. There is a restaurant, pizza parlor, country store and bait and tackle shop onsite. There is a nice beach for swimming. All along the shore, strategically placed, are red Andirondack chairs to just sit and enjoy the beautiful views. This campground is close to Crater Lake, and that made a great day trip. Crater Lake has lots of hiking trails. If you have kids, this is a great place. Our kids and grandkids say this is one of their favorite campgrounds. We have been here many many times over the years. (The resort is 90 years old, with lots of loyal fans). Wi-Fi is available at the store for free. Getting satellite TV is very hard due to the many trees. Bring your bug spray and sunscreen. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed this RV park. It was a little hard to find, Googled the address before we went, and were directed to downtown Klamath Falls. We ended up calling them for help, they were 35 miles past that. They have had a problem with Google and recommend GPS'ing next time. It is a beautiful, lake front resort. Even though they don't have Wi-Fi hook ups, they have tables around the restaurant and store where you can sit as long as you like and get a connection, all free. Marina on site for rentals, bar/restaurant, general store with food and gifts. We were hoping for walking trails close by, but didn't see any which was fine since there was so much to do at the lake. Very friendly employees too! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best part about this park is its beautiful location. It is in the forest next to Lake of the Woods which is picturesque. The park is very rustic but was clean and the staff was friendly when you saw them. The sites were not the best but then most people are coming here to fish and to enjoy the forest. Our site was close to our neighbors with no buffer to soften the visit. The sites are dirt and ours was not very level. The hook ups accommodated all RV's but they only provided basic amenities and a picnic table. I say this because I felt it was expensive for what you got. In addition the park was laid out in a confusing manner and it took a few laps around the park before we figured out the location of our site. This is a very beautiful setting for camping but the cost will keep us from going back. I would rather dry camp in the surrounding forest at 1/3 the cost. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While a bit out of the way, the trip and 2-night stay were well worth it. The location is also ideal for visiting Crater Lake. The setting on Lake of the Woods can almost give one a feeling of visiting the Catskill's resort featured in "Dirty Dancing". We had a great dinner at the Lodge. Views over the lake terrific. Although we did not go swimming, the campground's beach area was packed. Sites extremely wide amid 100' pines and firs. We could go back and stay longer with no problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in August. The weather was perfect. The park is right out of a post card: picture perfect. The lake was warm and beautiful. Boating, swimming, kayaking, hiking, etc., etc. If you have a family or just want to relax here is the park. The parking sites are dirt and in the trees. Our was not very level and we had to work around the trees but that is nature. We made it work. I rated this a 9 with our un-level parking being the only negative. Many of the other sites looked better. I will try to stay here again when I have more time to enjoy all that it has to offer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are under a forest of 200 feet tall pine trees. The sites are arranged in a random, somewhat confusing way, but once you figure out which site is yours and get your rigged parked, you are really in for a beautiful visit. Even with full hook-ups, you are truly camping, complete with a large fire-ring. The restaurant has good food with reasonable prices. The store/marina has everything you would need during your stay. My only complaint is that the store closes at 5:00--way too early. This is a good location while visiting Crater Lake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We took our grandchildren on a trip through Oregon, and this was one of their favorite campgrounds. We arrived on a Sunday afternoon, and the National Park rangers gave a presentation on wildlife brought with them a bald eagle and an owl. The campground is rustic, with lots of pine trees and no paved roads. The restrooms are clean and the showers nice. There is a swimming area and fishing, no jet skis or water skiing. Nice family atmosphere. Close enough to Crater Lake for a day trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great family resort in the mountains off Highway 140. Sites are spacious with grills & picnic tables. Lots of trees that may necessitate maneuvering around for the back-in sites. RV sites fairly level. Lake provides good boating/fishing recreation and has good swimming area and nice walking trails. Facilities well taken care of, individual garbage can at site emptied daily. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is relatively highly rated by Woodalls. They are mistaken and did not stay here. The site we were in was not really a site it was a wide spot on the left of a gravel road. And we had a tense moment due to the removal of our property while we were getting our RV repaired. I would not recommend staying here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is just a gravel parking lot. Way overpriced. They only have a few 50 amp. The grassey area was tall weeds that needed to be mowed. The clubhouse was very outdated needs new furniture bad. Allthough there was only one other rv in the park when we were there they wouldn't allow a late checkout past 11:00. Basically a sleezy hotel and rv park combined. The pool looked like it hadn't been open in years. It has lots of potential but needs work. There is a run down trailer piled with junk and dilapidated old wood building on the campground that need to be hauled off. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Based on this website's reviews of the parks in Klamath Falls, we chose this park as the probable best of a high-priced mediocre lot. Assuming that to be true, we would recommend staying somewhere other than anywhere in Klamath Falls. Access is adequate. Sites are level and gravel- covered. Our main issue is with the electrical service. First, the outlet at our site was less than six inches above ground level. There is no way we could have used our surge suppressor without our 30A adapter. There is also no electrical disconnect at the site and I don't like connecting and disconnecting to/from a "hot" outlet. The main problem is that voltage is dangerously low, risking damage to air conditioners or anything with an electric motor. With temperatures at 90+ degrees, we took a chance and used the A/C, but discovered that the water heater had to be operated on propane to avoid levels dropping below 105 volts. Even so, our surge protector disconnected the electricity once because the voltage fell below a safe level. Cable TV service is available, but we were not told at check-in that a box was needed for the cable company's "new" digital conversion. A box was provided with a $50 refundable deposit. After two hours of unsuccessful attempts to resolve problems with the cable company's phone support and the patient assistance of the park's maintenance manager, we gave up. Connections to the two adjoining sites were also defective. I assumed that the digital conversion was very recent but learned that it occurred three months earlier. There is no excuse for not having resolved these problems by now. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a decent overnight park. While we were here the sites were in need of a mowing, but the restrooms were spotless. There are not as many residents as there used to be and it is much cleaner. I think the owner is really trying!! If you need a little more room ask for one of the sites that are located on the outer boundary of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I used Good Sam Internet site to find a place in Klamath Falls. Man, was that a mistake. This place is a dump. Narrow sites, muddy, scary long term neighbors. Best advice: STAY AWAY!!!! Good Sam will hear from me as well. They have lost my trust in providing RV parks that are good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is very old and out of date. The rate is just silly considering what they offer. No Awnings because the sites are so close together there is no room. Weeds in the foot between sites, the Wi-Fi was poor to non existence and the washrooms are very old, no paper towel of any sort available. We would definitely not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It's a place to stop, but it needs work. The sites are ragged. Some long term residents use tarps, plywood, and hay bales to insulate the bottom of their rigs. Not a pretty sight. The owners, in town but off site, need to spend some money. The nicest thing I can say is that the people who check you in are exceptionally nice and helpful. They deserve a better park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fairly run down park. Many permanent old RV's with lots of junk around them. Lots of permanent tenants with lots of barking dogs. Could be a nice place with some major clean up and renovation, and the owners/staff were nice people. Wi-Fi didn't work well at all. Definitely WILL NOT return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Called ahead as was the only Good Sam park in the town that we saw listed. What a run down place! Office help was nice but the park was borderline junkyard. Many permanent old RV's with lots of junk around them. They put us in a space right next to a dog kennel with 2 large barking dogs. Wi-Fi didn't work well at all. Fortunately we only stayed here overnight and will not stay here again. Good Sam should look closer at this one and re-rate it correctly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has quite a few long term residents that we did not perceive as a problem. Full hookups for less than $30. Adequate sites, close to highway (in town), but we were not bothered by street noise. We would go there again. Sign in is at motel office. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place was real scary at first. Pool was empty. It was on the highway so it was noisy. We had one of the nicest spots, space 28.; I think there were only two nice spots. All sites are pull thru. Ours was a pull thru off to the side so we had lots of soft green grass outside our door as well as a picnic table. We didn't venture into the bathrooms. We would only consider this as an overnight stay when passing through town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park looked like it was nice once upon a time but has fallen into disrepair. The staff was polite and friendly. We were told we had WiFi but no one in the park could receive the signal. One customer was walking around the park with his laptop but still could not connect. Only stayed one night and would avoid staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. We had electrical problems with the rig and the staff guided us to the best place for help. The park was a little run down on the grounds , but the laundry, club room spotless. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We saw this campground in less than perfect condition. They had just opened up for the season. A little late due to some snow storms that had covered the area in a deep blanket. We still enjoyed our stay and got to see the area to some extent. The grounds are a lot like a state park but the sites are smaller. In high season it might be a little too close for some. Two great hosts. One important feature is the restaurant that is opening for it's 98th season on May 2! The resort in in the Winema National Forest and close to hiking. The resort is right next to the canoe trail that runs through the Upper Klamath River. Some of the cabin guests were here for the fishing. Must be a good area to get your fishing fix! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Classic old mountain resort. Great lodge excellent food, funky old cabins, marina, boat rentals, and a marked canoe trail through the tules. My wife and took our kayaks on the trail and saw bald eagle, lake otter, lots of birds of every size, excellent fishing. RV sites primitive and small with hook ups. I can only imagine what a grand place this was 50 years ago. Loved it, still have a picture of the sunset over the lake as a screen saver. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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 We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a 40' 4 slide motorhome with tow vehicle. Personnel were friendly and helpful. We were told to take one of the two pull through sites. Pad is gravel with grass all around. Electrical hookup (50 amp) was 30' +/- away from the pad. Water hookup required two hoses and was close to the front of the motorhome. Sewer was close by. Park is mostly residences. Our satellite and phone work well. Very quiet. If we were in the area again, we may stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very quiet and clean campground out away from town. Large grassy level spaces, but no shade. Cable TV no longer available, was able to connect to Wi-Fi but never stayed connected. Mosquitoes were plentiful in the evenings. Golf course has definitely seen better days. Bar and grill onsite looked good, the staff and residents friendly. Good place if you want to really escape. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff is friendly enough to almost make you forget about any negatives. However one should know that Round Lake is a work in progress and has a way to go. The park is about 70% full-timers and nomad contractors working on local infrastructure projects. The Bar/Restaurant is quite pleasant and has been re-done recently. The rest of the park has not gotten the overhaul it really needs. The biggest problem we had while we were here were the mosquitos. They swarm all over you when you go out in the evening. It was unbearable, really. Seems the neighboring farms employ a crop duster to spray mosquitos but the owner of this park does not. Hence all of the mosquitos in the area are congregating at Round Lake. This is unacceptable. Additionally there is no cable TV unless you want to sign up (on your own dime) for a month with the local Cable Co. I would not come here again until these two items were addressed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Folks, if you like quiet older campgrounds, this place is for you. Nice sized level gravel sites with real grass, room between sites. Bathroom and shower was clean, could use a bit of maintenance. Golfing bar and grill onsite. In Klamath Falls you can either camp in town, at the fancier sites twenty miles up hwy 140, or or at Round Lake which is seven or eight miles from town. The setting is rural, in horse country, many permanent residents and longterm construction crews in well maintained mobile homes or RVs. Staff very pleasant. Our rate was PA, which is available Monday through Thursday. For dinner try the Brewery downtown, great burgers. Diesel not easy to find, there is a nearby mart which has it but unsure what brand. Definitely would come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites very big. Nice grass and table. Hooks ups strange (had been for mobile homes). Good food. Nice people. Rate reflects weekly rate of $168. Wi-Fi terrible. Longest I stayed hooked up was 3 min. I had better Internet when I had 14.4 dial-up. Very nice park but I won't stay again unless they fix the Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The web site caught our eye as wife is a beginning golfer. We arrived expecting a simple 9 hole short course and driving range. The course was dead, the driving range was closed. You could see that this place was nice at one time but has fallen on hard times. Too bad, it was what we wanted but didn't met the lowest of expectations. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a mobile home park that is slowly converting to an RV Park. It is pretty rough in all areas and is way out of the way. Cell phones did not work here. I would not stay here again. The trees were nice but that's about it. It is not close to Klamath Falls at all. Much better options available in the area and for less money. They are part of Passport America but did not honor the rates in the book for the program. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very tranquil/off-the-beaten path location. Clean restrooms/showers. The owners were friendly. This isn't a glamorous location (resort in the title is as bit misleading), the clubhouse has seen better days and the pool has been filled in with dirt and boasts quite a few weeds as does the grass around the RV sites. The water hook-ups were insulated with pink insulation and a wooden box top cover. We had to unwind some of the pink insulation to hook up the water. The womens restroom had an alcove after the first door and as the light was burnt out it in the alcove it was mighty difficult to see. All in all a very quiet/tranquil location. There are lots of permanent units here with year-round residents. I can't comment on the golf course as I'm not a golfer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a 50% senior discount. There are three campgrounds very near to each other, this campground (Sunset), Aspen Campground, and Lake of the Woods Resort CG. Lake of the Woods has hookups and is reviewed elsewhere on this site. The other two (Sunset and Aspen) have no hookups. They are Forest Service campgrounds that are managed by Lake of the Woods Resort. All of the campgrounds are on Lake of the Woods. So, if you want hookups and are willing to pay the price, stay at Lake of the Woods Resort CG. If you want cheaper and calmer sites and don't need hookups, go for either Aspen or Sunset. One hint is that Sunset and Aspen share a dump station that is between Aspen CG and the Resort. That is also the place to fill a holding tank with fresh water. There are water spigots in the CG but they do not have threaded hose bibs. Get your water at the dump before you get to the CG. Sunset Campground is located on 15300 Dead Indian Memorial Road, Klamath Falls, but is actually about 32 miles from the town, just off of Highway 140. The sites are long and very well spaced. Some have oblique views of the lake, but most are in heavily wooded areas with tall Douglas Fir trees. Don't expect to get satellite here. Our Verizon phones and air card (for internet) worked well. When we visited the park, even on a weekend, it was not very heavily used. It was very quite and the lake is nice, with some good photo opportunities. It is nice and dark with the exception of some (too) bright lights on the restrooms. The hosts were nice and the sites were raked and very well taken care of. There are fire rings and picnic tables. Some sites were unlevel but we were able to find a nice site that was flat and easy to level. Some of the sites are reservable. We loved this CG and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed here 4 times in the middle of winters to look at birds at the nearby Klamath Wildlife Refuge. I love this place. The couple that manages it are instantly "family." They are very courteous and helpful. The view of this small lake is very nice, especially because of the birds (ducks, geese, pelicans). Everything is very, very orderly and clean. The area is very quiet, except for the occasional jets overhead. The restroom/shower is very clean and warm. This is important when the outside temperature is in the low twenties! The price cannot be beat! Tingley Lake is small and informal, but it is perfect for me. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We heard about this park by word of mouth after looking at the only other option in K Falls. Decided to put this park on the list. It's a few miles out of town but quite at night. The management was very sweet, helpful, and courteous. We are in a 40 RV and had a private spot with no other spaces anywhere near us. Will defiantly be back. It's a manufactured home park but were treated very nicely which is unusual for these kind of parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.