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Klamath Falls is a beautiful town in southern Oregon. It’s right on Upper Klamath Lake, and there are plenty of natural areas to visit and enjoy. You can visit Moore Park, hike up Mt. McLoughlin, or go bird-watching at Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge. Klamath County is rich in wildlife and is known as a birders paradise, with over 350 species of birds that migrate through the region.

There’s also plenty of outdoor activities that you can enjoy at Klamath Falls. The area is excellent for hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, and water activities such as swimming and white water rafting. There’s also plenty of hunting opportunities for those who are interested.

Take a look at the 7 best Klamath Falls camping spots to check out on your next camping adventure.

The Best Klamath Falls Camping Spots

map of klamath lake camping spots

1. Mazama Village Campground

trees and developed campsites

Image from The Dyrt camper Celina M.

This campground is located 7 miles from Crater Lake, a beautiful smaller lake north of Upper Klamath Lake. The location is ideal, with many hiking trails and fantastic views.

The Mazama Village Campground area is primarily forested, and all sites have a picnic table, a fire pit, and bear-proof storage. All campsites are close to the restrooms, and there are fresh springwater taps at the village to refill water jugs. Overall, it’s a beautiful and spacious campground where people respect the grounds and noise requirements.

“This is one of my favorite campgrounds in Oregon for families and groups.”Mandy

Campground Details:

  • Price: $12-24
  • Number of sites: 214
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

2. Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site

canoe on clear blue water

Image from The Dyrt camper Trevor F.

This is a small and peaceful campground located at the headwaters of Wood River. A pine forest surrounds the site, and there’s a beautiful view of the Southern Cascade Mountains. Wood River offers excellent fishing, and there’s a hiking trail to the river’s water source on a rocky hillside. Overall, the Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation site is a secluded campground where you can relax and enjoy some quiet moments in nature.

“Gorgeous primitive campground nestled among the tall pines.”Wanderfalds L.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $11-14
  • Number of sites: 12
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

3. Jackson Wellsprings

a few tents in a meadow

Image from The Dyrt camper Alicia F.

Jackson Wellsprings is a campground and 30+ acre natural hot springs spa. It’s a great area to relax for a couple of days, bathing in the hot springs or swimming in the Olympic-sized pool. There are beautiful gardens, and the center offers classes and workshops on health and nature. You can participate in all the activities the center puts on or simply relax alone in nature.

“Who doesn’t want to stop at a hot spring? Jump in and cool off or just spend the night as you’re passing through.”Alicia F.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $25-60
  • Number of sites: 10+
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

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4. Williamson River Campground

drone show of trees and campground

Image from The Dyrt camper Riley P.

The Williamson River Campground is conveniently located close to highway 97 and 5 minutes north of Chiloquin, Oregon. It’s an area surrounded by forest and right by the Williamson River. From the Williamson River campground, it’s possible to mountain bike on Forest Service roads, hike nearby trails, or fish. Overall, this is a quiet campground, with spread apart sites and clean toilets.

“Very nice uncrowded site with access to the more famous Collier State park nearby via hike or drive.”Brian C.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $10-14
  • Number of sites: 19
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

5. Waterwheel RV Park and Campground

river and lake on sunny day

Image from The Dyrt camper Ray & Terri F.

This is an excellent RV park and campground located 22 miles from Klamath Falls and close to highway 97. The Waterwheel RV park is a complete campground with everything you need. They have newly remodeled restrooms and showers, a laundry room, grills, and a playground for kids. There is also a store, a dump station, and available propane for tank refills.

“You will not be disappointed! Wish I could have stayed longer!”Gregg K.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $40-50
  • Number of sites: 34
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

6. Annie Creek Sno-Park

car with tent on roof

Image from The Dyrt camper Meghan

This campground is located about 43 miles from Klamath Falls, near the Crater Lake National Park. Annie Creek is an official stop on the Oregon Volcanic Scenic Byway, and you’ll find more amenities than the usual sno-park. There’s a log-style warming shelter with a wood stove and benches for picnics and relaxation.

Snowmobilers and sledding enthusiasts go to Annie Creek to enjoy the snow and outdoor winter activities. There’s a huge hill close to the campground perfect for sledding in winter. There’s no potable water so you will have to bring your own. The snow shelter does have electricity.

“Enjoying having fire rings and pit toilets, which was a nice bonus for a free (with pass) Sno-Park.”Meghan

Campground Details:

  • Price: No Fee. Oregon Sno-Park Permit required from Nov. 1 to April 30.
  • Number of sites: 4+
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

7. Rocky Point Resort

trailer and truck in forest

Image from The Dyrt camper Matt D.

This resort is surrounded by wilderness, and it’s located at the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge. In addition to tent and RV sites, there are also cabins and hotel rooms. The resort features excellent opportunities for fishing, boating, and bird watching. At the Rocky Point Resort, it’s also possible to rent canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, and small motorboats.

“Whether you come by yourself, spouse, pet or kids, this place has it all!”C.W.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $26-48
  • Number of sites: 29
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

These campgrounds offer great opportunities for enjoying the outdoors and the rich natural life of Oregon. Discover all that Klamath Falls camping has to offer with these beautiful campgrounds. For more options, browse The Dyrt’s full list of the best camping in Klamath Falls.

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