Camp Klamath Camp Site in Klamath, CA
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Camp Klamath Camp Site
|LOCATION:||US 101 exit 768 (Klamath Beach Rd) 2.8 miles west 1661 west Klamath Beach Rd. 95548 (PO Box 99. 95548)|
|Public or Private:||Private|
|Description:||FACILITY: 132 sites on 33 acres on a secluded campground. located on Klamath River. SITES: Very wooded tent sites wilt an open RV section. primitive sites on a small island. accessible by boat only. 30-50 amps. 8 cable TV hookups and 12 phone-modem hookups|
|Rates ($):||Rates Subject to Change|
|Num RV and or Tents Sites:||92 Tent and 40 RV|
|LEISURE ACTIVITIES:||beach fishing 2-person kayaks goofy golf recreational'social activities. recreation room. group hall. horseshoes shuffleboard. volleyball. badminton. bocci. croquet. guided tours of Redwood Coast. table tennis. FAX: 707/482-0147|
|SERVICES:||supplies. limited groceries. Internet connection. and wireless. gift shop. coin laundry. firewood (fee). RV/Trailer: fixed dump station|
|Discount/Rates:||Rates Subject to Change|
|TERMS:||reservations suggested. and deposit required. 10 day cancellation notice. weekly and monthly rates available|
|Max Num People per site:||5P|
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