A Secure and Well-Maintained RV Park in Humboldt County, CA
30 years ago, Klamath Riverside RV Park was just a dusty fishing camp! Over the years, with the addition of showers, laundry, a small swimming pool, pavilion, and the planting of literally hundreds of trees, rose bushes, and other blossoming plants, it has turned into a virtual paradise!
Our guests have been returning here year after year, some for decades, and stay a month or even more.
Activities Here and Close By:
All located within the lovely Six Rivers National Forest on the Bigfoot Scenic Byway, not far from the famous Trinity Alps, Redwood National Park, and Marble Mountain Wilderness!
About Orleans, CA
A small, former gold mining town, which is nestled in a beautiful and quiet valley in the NE corner of Humboldt County, inside of Six Rivers National Forest.
Orleans is a diverse community that includes the Karuk (Native American) people, many organic farmers, fruit orchards, artisans, miners, timber workers, and forest service personnel. Many senior citizens have chosen this serene setting to enjoy their retirement.
The main hub of the community is just steps away from the Klamath River where fishing, river rafting, and boating are enjoyed by many enthusiasts.
The surrounding mountains offer many hiking, biking experiences with occasional encounters with the four-footed inhabitants such as bears, deer, foxes, cougars, and the adorable river otters, which are spotted quite regularly.
Notice the RED "X," which is the approx. location of Klamath Riverside RV Park, and how we are SURROUNDED by national forests and wilderness areas!
Isn't our kind of area what you think of when you want to get away from it all?
Here Are What Some of Our Guests Are Saying:
"We have been staying at this park for over 10 years and plan to continue each October. Nice, clean park that is well maintained. The park is about 100' from the Klamath River and fishing for Steelhead & Salmon is fantastic (in season). There are fishing guides that stay in the park and are available for drift fishing on the Klamath River. During fishing season, reservations are recommended! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel."
"I have been going to this RV park for years and years. While it is not fancy, it is clean and access to the river is a short walk. It's closer than the 500 yards mentioned by others. There is a great salmon hole out back called Turtle Rock. We have pulled many 20+ pound salmon here, right out back of your campsite. Great wildlife, scenery, and it is very quiet. If you are looking for a basic, clean spot to stay for a while, this is it. We camped here in a Motorhome."
"While interviewing our returning customers last season, your RV Park was recommended to us as a destination we could in turn suggest to our clients... "
Don D'Allessandro, Vacation Advisor, Altman's Winnebago Rentals (Van Nuys, CA)
"We want to thank you for the best vacation we ever had. We all wish that we could be up there right now!"
Betty Blacksher, Mike Harrison, Doug Clayson & "Baby" the cat.
"Can't tell you what a pleasant surprise you've made of your RV park. We'd love to come back when the fish are running!"
Ceil Devel (Kernville, CA)
"Wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed your park. It was the best one we stayed in for peace & quiet. We will see you next year... we would love to be there now!"
Ruth & Bill McFarland (Hemet, CA)