27 total RV sites, 7 pull thrus and 20 nose in sites, full hookups, big rig friendly, can accommodate RVs up to 70ft., 20/30/50 amp service, WiFi, water, restrooms, showers, laundry, fishing, canoeing, biking, nature watching, BBQ, handicap access, ice, boating and hiking.
PA discount is valid for one night max. PA not valid on weekends (Friday/Saturday/Sunday). PA not valid on Holidays and/or Holiday Weekends. Reservations by phone only. Drive-ups welcome. Credit cards accepted. Pets welcome. *Plus tax. Non Riverview Sites $59, PA $29.50 and River Sites $64, PA $32. Rates are for 2 people, $5 for each addl person.
South on I-5 take Exit 789 - turn left and go east 6.5 miles on Copco Rd. North on I-5 take Exit 789 - turn right and go east 6.5 miles on Copco Rd.
This place was wonderful. Hosts were friendly and helpful. Sites were cleaned and nicely maintained. The grass was lush and ALIVE a bonus in late August/early September when it's been in the 100's all summer. Restrooms were clean and well maintained. Very quiet and secluded - that means it's a hike off the I-5 but it is absolutely worth it. Wild horses come down the hill side to graze and water. Deer were roaming around in the middle of the night. Awesome place! I'd give it 10 stars.
This RV resort is a true gem. We stayed just one night in early September 2019, on our way to the CA national parks, but wished we had planned to stay longer. The grounds are beautifully maintained, sites are spacious and the restrooms are immaculate. The owners, Gayle and Bryan are very welcoming and have added personal touches to make their resort comfortable and fun. A special treat was seeing the wild horses come down from the hills to graze at the resort in the evening. The resort is surrounded by hills that block cell phone service but the resort provides good wifi to stay connected. We highly recommend the Klamath Ranch Resort/Blue Heron RV Park.
Wow! This place is awesome. We only stayed one night but wish we had time to stay longer. Just 7 miles off I-5 but light years away from the rest of the world. Full hookups on very level concrete pads. Large roomy spaces and oh so very quiet. Restrooms and showers first class (even the floors are heated. Our space was right on the Klamath River so we sat in the big comfy chairs all afternoon and observed all the ducks, geese, osprey, hawks, crows, fish and the river just glide by. The owners and the camp volunteers were friendly and helpful. I would not hesitate to stop here the next time going along I-5 or better yet stop for a few days just to unwind.