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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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Klamath, CA

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Reviewed 20 May 2015

Kamp Klamath was an amazing campground. The best by far. So much to see and do. The campground was spotless and the campsite was surrounded by lush greenery and totally private. We will be returning. this place was amazing. What a good find. Tons of...More

1  Thank Kathyfeelomoyneur
Reviewed 12 May 2015 via mobile

From 101take the Requa Rd exit. It's a narrow winding road to the top, but what a view. This is a great place for whale watching and if no whales there are picnic tables for a picnic.

1  Thank Teaxasborn5
Reviewed 30 April 2015

This about 5-10 minutes off Highway 101 on Requa Raod just north of Klamath and is worth the detour. You are several hundred feet above the ocean and Klamath River outlet. The view is beautiful. We saw sea lions on the beach. Whales are quite...More

Thank davenmanja
Reviewed 17 March 2015

Cool views and good access. I saw boats and stuff out on the river. We just took pics and admired the views. The river rides don't go year round.

Thank Tom S
Reviewed 7 January 2015

Went whale watching at the mouth of the river. Didn't get the see the Orca's we heard about, but did see several Calif Gray Whales.

Thank Cathy W
Reviewed 20 October 2014

The hike down to the river's mouth and along the beach can be as short or long as you like, and it's gorgeous all along the way. There were some neat old ruins (wood cabin type buildings) at the foot of the hills before the...More

2  Thank Teddi_MD
Reviewed 20 September 2014

On this trip we were fortunate to see the Klamath River in the Klamath Falls area and also saw it here in Klamath. This area is where the Klamath flows into the Pacific Ocean. Klamath is an amazing place to go boating as well as...More

Thank mini
Reviewed 18 September 2014

Only 5 minutes west of Hwy 101. The overlook, 200 feet above the river mouth and ocean provides a very good view when overcast and a spectacular view when clear. We lucked out and had an extraordinary experience. The coho salmon and steelheads were running...More

Thank hihiker
Reviewed 6 August 2014 via mobile

We got our money's worth on this tour! Sea lions, bears, tons of birds and jumping fish. Be prepared to get wet and have a great time!

3  Thank justlynn7
Reviewed 13 July 2014

Pay for a guide or take a jet boat. Unfortunately I'm not impressed at the condition of the river upstream. Too much trash along the banks.

1  Thank Enjoy000
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