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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.
Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Adventurers in Northern California will enjoy staying at the Kamp Klamath RV Park & Campground on the banks of the Klamath River. At this Klamath campground, you’ll be near the Pacific Ocean and close to a wide variety of California's natural jewels. No matter what kind of RV rental you secure, you will enjoy the full hookup sites as well as the option for back-in and pull-through access.
After spending time exploring the beautiful natural world around you, you may want to make use of some of the RV park amenities. You can unwind with a hot shower and keep your clothes fresh with the on-site laundry facilities. At the end of the day, you can relax by the fireside and enjoy some campfire-cooked food.
If you want to spend a day or two lounging around Kamp Klamath, you can enjoy the many amenities that the campground has to offer. You can challenge your travel companions to a friendly game of volleyball, badminton, or even miniature golf. Avid birders out there will enjoy meeting the migratory avian tourists who call Del Norte County their temporary home – here there are more bird species than any other county in the country.
Those who wish to be transported to a mystical wonderland can spend some time at Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park in Crescent City. Along the Pacific coast, this beloved state park beckons visitors and lovers of nature to enjoy one of California’s most pristine natural landscapes. You can hike along the coastal trails, wind your way through the redwood trees, and even spend some time on the beach investigating the tide pools. With some of the tallest trees in the world, you are sure to feel like an explorer in a new land as you set out on the various trails. California’s 1,200-mile Coastal Trail also cuts through the park.
Also part of the redwood parks systems, the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park near McKinleyville offers a different view of these giants. With open grasslands within the park, you can switch between towering forests, coastal scenery, and wide-open spaces. You can take a short hike across the prairie fields, explore the marshlands, or head deeper into the park to find Fern Canyon and its waterfalls. As you’re exploring, be sure to keep an eye out for a favorite local: the Roosevelt elk. They are commonly seen in the marshlands and at Fern Canyon and help showcase the beautiful biodiversity of the region.
Those looking for a snapshot of Northern California’s natural beauty can spend the day at Six Rivers National Forest in Willow Creek. With over 350 miles of rivers, six distinctly different ecosystems and habitats, and spanning several different local forests, Six Rivers is an adventurer’s paradise. You can set out on the hiking trails, bike along some of these trails, enjoy some fishing opportunities, or challenge yourself to some mountain hiking. No matter how you plan to spend the day, be sure to stay vigilant – Six Rivers is where some famous Bigfoot footage was shot, so who knows who (or what) you’ll run into.
If you want to enjoy the redwoods but don’t want to travel far, you can spend your day at Trees of Mystery. Here, you’ll see the giant Paul Bunyon and Babe statues, learn about the local Native cultures at the on-site museum, and can even take a sky-gondola ride through the canopy and see the forest from another perspective. Trees of Mystery is also known for having several strange formations of trees, such as the Candelabra Tree, a fallen redwood that has smaller redwood growing from it.
Drive a little farther up the coast, and you’ll find Battery Point Lighthouse. Situated on an island that is only accessible during low tide, you’ll have to be careful in your planning if you want to visit. You can climb up to the top of the lighthouse, take a tour of the residences on the island and see some historical artifacts, or simply enjoy the views.
If you want to learn a little more about the history of the area, you can spend some time at the Del Norte County Museum. You can learn from exhibits covering local Native tribes, the 1964 tsunami, and several other historical exhibits. With a selection of rotating exhibits, no two trips to this local museum will be the same.
When you secure a Klamath RV rental, you need to keep it stocked and fueled for your coastal Californian adventures. The RV park is a little removed, so when you do need to pick up some supplies or refuel, be prepared to drive north about 25 miles into Crescent City for the widest variety of options.
When you book an RV in Del Norte County, you’ll quickly realize how near to the California coast you are. Take advantage of this location and enjoy some of the locally caught seafood, such as oysters, salmon, Alaskan cod, and scallops.