Klamath Falls KOA in Oregon
The Klamath Falls KOA is seated right in the middle of town just off the Crater Lake Parkway and near Highway 97. I stayed in a trailer for my longest stay ever in a KOA – 9 nights.
It was a pleasant stay – just what I would expect at a KOA. The water worked, the electricity worked, the staff was helpful. There was a bit of road noise being next to the highway. I had a great time exploring southern Oregon and northern California from this location.
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The general store was stocked with all the essentials. Propane, gas, and diesel were also available on site.
I stayed in one of these grassy trailer sites with water and electric.
Tent sites are located across the footbridge.
A bike path runs directly behind the KOA and connects to all kinds of biking routes in the area. I kept watching people go by, but never did go hop on that path.
Full hook-up RV camping spots
I didn’t stay in a cabin this time, but I do really enjoy the KOA kamping kabins.
The pool. I stayed during the off season, so it was closed.
Every KOA has a general store, laundry facilities, a playground, and a dog park.
A KOA Journey also offers:
- Located near a highway or major road
- Long Pull-thru RV Sites
- Premium tent sites
Places to Visit Near Klamath Falls
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Crater Lake National Park