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