100 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 45ft, 30 amp, full hookups, back ins, pull thrus, dump station, Cable TV, WiFi, restrooms, showers, laundry, swimming pool, clubhouse, game room, ice, store, fire rings, BBQ, picnic tables, recycling, playground, basketball, pool table, ping pong, shuffleboard, horseshoes, nature watching, biking, fishing, boating and canoeing.
Open April 1st thru October 31st. PA is not valid June 20 thru Sept 1st. PA is valid for 5 nights max. All dates are subject to availability. PA cannot be combined with any other discount or special offer. No discounts on tent sites. Drive-ups welcome. Reservations are preferred first. Credit cards accepted. Pets welcome. *Rate is subject to change without notice. Rates are for 2 people, $4 for each additional person.
Located 21 miles from Crescent City and 50 miles from Eureka. Located at the north end of the Golden Bear Bridge, on Hwy 101. Coming from the south, cross the bridge and immediately take the Terwer Valley/Hwy 769 exit. At the stop sign, turn left and go under the freeway into the park. From the north continue down Hwy 101, take the Terwer Valley/Hwy 769 Exit. At the stop sign turn right and enter the park.
At the center of our thirty two acre park is our big red barn. Surrounding the barn are acres of clean, open, grass filled RV and Tent sites. We have on call a couple of the most experienced fishing guides around. Our friendly staff is always around to make your stay with us feel like coming home. The park is the "child" of three generations of George’s. They take great pride in the park, from the sparkling clean bathrooms to the pristine condition of the sites.
There are two annual events that the Camper Corral enjoys: Klamath Salmon Festival which is held around the middle of August and the Blackberry festival, held on the first Sunday of September and is located right on the park premises.
Klamath Camper Corral is located in the heart of many area attractions. The Klamath Drive Thru Tree is less than a tenth of a mile away. Just north of us is located the Trees of Mystery, while south of us is the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park (where if you are lucky, you will spot wild elk). One mile up the road from us, you will find Klamath River Jet Boat Tours and of course we are in easy driving distance of Fern Canyon. During the spring and fall you will also want to drive up to the Requa Overlook for some whale watching. If you want a change from "camp" food we also have some great, locally owned eating establishments.