Golden Bear RV Resort

Golden Bear RV Resort in Klamath, California
We visited this park on October 6, 2015, and stayed for 3 day(s).

Golden Bear RV Resort in Klamath, California.

This was a gem of a campground that we nearly missed. It’s small and personal, right between Hwy 101 and the Klamath River. We chose a pull-in site facing the river and were rewarded with views of seals playing and fishing, as well as plenty of birds: Grebes, Herons, Egrets, and of course, sea gulls.

All sites are full-hookup, 50 and 30 AMP. There’s no television reception and no cable available, but my Verizon phone pulled in three bars of 4G. Laundry was convenient, as it was only a few steps from our door.

A Herd of Elk on the Beach at Redwood State Park.
This park is not open year-round, and they were in the process of shutting down for the season while we were there – had just pulled in the dock and removed the picnic tables. The owners are nice and helpful. Make sure you shop before you arrive as the only thing nearby is a convenience store. And plan on plenty of sightseeing in the Redwood National and State Forests.

We paid $17.50 for two nights at the Passport America rate, then one night at $30 with a Veteran’s discount. Full rack rate is $35/night.

Shari Voigt

Shari Voigt is an author, website developer, and marketing consultant. She's been working and living on the road with her husband Gerald since July 25, 2013. When she's not working on the latest marketing idea for herself or her customers, she's exploring new places and meeting new people from all over the USA.