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Full-Day Upper Klamath Rafting Trip
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A delightful stop along an excellent family hiking trail in Redwood National Park.
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Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

Turned off 101 on Klamath Beach Road. About a 3 mile drive to the river mouth. Where the sea meets the river, there are loads of sea lions playing/feeding in the water and surfing on the waves. Lots of pelicans and cormorants on the headland....More

Thank Stuart F
Reviewed 26 May 2017

We enjoyed seeing the Klamath River in the spring May 2017. The river is 263 mile long. It flows towards the west with it flowing into the Pacific Ocean on the coast (near Requa Road.) its scenic. Its also a good river for salmon fishing....More

Thank mini
Reviewed 30 March 2017

The klamath river is diverse. Salmon fishing is the most popular. We like to swim and picnic here. There are river boat rides available. The mouth of the klamath is always changing. Here you can see sea lions and witness the local Indian tribes fishing....More

Thank jdserenity
Reviewed 22 February 2017

This place is owned and operated by the California Native Americans. This river is considered HOLY. The Native Americans have lived here for centuries. It is considered a holy place and again, finally, FISH are making their way back up the river.

Thank CalBredTB
Reviewed 14 January 2017

It is always exciting to see the changing colors in the fall. The rafting and kayaking opportunities in the spring and summer are exciting as well! Fishing, hiking, and camping are just some of the other fun activities you can find along the Klamath.

Thank Kristine M
Reviewed 28 September 2016

It was a typical hot day and as we drove along the Klamath River, the kids wanted to go swimming. The scenery was beautiful and the water was cold, but a delight for the kids to swim in.

Thank geno121
Reviewed 14 September 2016

We rented a lodge along the river for a few nights and had a wonderful experince. You can see so much wildlife through here. The salmon were spawning, otters swimming, Condors and Eagles flying, Elk along the roads, deer along the roads..... just keep looking!...More

Thank David A
Reviewed 13 September 2016

There is RV parks and free camping on the river. Visit Crivelli's Bar or eat at the Steal head Lodge on 169 just past the drive through trees and casino.Sometimes you can find free places to camp.

Thank rainbonita
Reviewed 30 August 2016

I saw no bears or salmons but it worthed. Better in other season.And prepare yourself to a bath. The pilot is not very polite but...

Thank vanl l
Reviewed 14 August 2016

Near mouth of Klamath River. Early August and large salmon are starting to migrate up river. Saw a fisherman yesterday catch a 40 pound King. Love our RV site and especially the friendly host Rocky and great cook, Kevin. Just happened upon this site as...More

Thank mcmendes
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