Klamath Falls Koa

Altamont, Oregon

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Centrally located in Klamath Falls, this campground is minutes away from restaurants and grocery stores. You'll even find gas and propane right at the campground. Klamath Falls is only an hour's drive from Crater Lake National Park, Lava Beds National Monument and two wildlife refuges. The campground is surrounded by the 100-mile OC & E Woods Line State Trail, and it is steps away from miles of hiking trails both in and around the city. Klamath Falls is home to world-class fishing and kayaking, and it is close to two of Oregon's longest zip lines. Campers can look forward to year-round activities, including the Kruise of Klamath in the summer and the Snowflake Festival in the winter. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: Tammy and Lisa.

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