Waterwheel RV Park and Campground

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Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

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.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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Waterwheel RV Park and Campground is located near the small community of Chiloquin, OR, which is situated in the south-central part of the state. The campground sits less than 50 miles from the state border it shares with California, to the south. The nearest larger town is Klamath Falls, which is about 25 miles to the south, while the nearest larger city is Bend, OR, at over 100 miles to the north.

The campground is situated within a very forested, mountainous, and rural part of the state. This is a place where nature reigns supreme. Due to extreme winter weather in the area, the park is closed around the first of December through the end of February. There is a camp store available here, but should you not find what you need there, there are also gas stations and grocery stores within five miles of the park, where you can refill on supplies. You will also find a few local restaurants nearby. You shouldn't have any trouble locating any services you may need with a stay at this family-friendly campground in southern Oregon.

Waterwheel RV Park and Campground offers sites with full hookups, as well as showers, bathrooms, and a laundry facility. There are also game fields and a playground available. The campground sits on the local, Williamson River, so it also offers water access for swimming, fishing, and boating. There is even a footbridge to an island that sits in the middle of the waterway. Camping with an RV near here makes for a great base camp for when you want to explore all the cool attractions available nearby.

The Great Outdoors

Motorhome camping at Waterwheel RV Park and Campground will make it easy for you to enjoy many different outdoor activities. The large Upper Klamath and the small Agency Lakes are both located near the campground. People enjoy both boating and fishing at these bodies of water. There are also swimming spots available. The fingers and coves of the lakes, not to mention the wetlands and waterways that branch off of them, make for great places to paddle a kayak or canoe. When the weather is warm, there are charter tours offered of the larger lake.

There are several wildlife refuges and national forest areas located nearby. There are all sorts of activities that can be enjoyed here, from hiking, biking, and picnic spots in the summer to winter sports, such as cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, when the weather turns cold. This region is quite picturesque, and you never know what sort of local wildlife you may run into.

Crater Lake National Park is located only around 30 miles to the northwest of the camp. The lake formed several thousand years ago after the caldera of an extinct volcano collapsed. This makes it one of the deepest lakes in the country and lends to its well-known, deep blue color. Trails run along the crater rim, and there are places for rock climbing here, as well. These can also be used for winter sports when the snow flies. You can enjoy water sports such as fishing and swimming at the lake, though no boats of any kind are allowed in an effort to preserve this pristine ecosystem.

Exploring the Area

Book an RV in Klamath County, and you will find that there are all sorts of fun things to do nearby. The Badger Run Wildlife Rehab is in Klamath Falls. This rescue is for birds of prey such as hawks, turkey vultures, and eagles. Exhibits showcase these critters in their natural environments, and there are educational programs offered that give details on the various species. Some guided tours are even available if reservations are made first. RV camping at this campground makes it easy to access attractions that everyone in your party will find interesting.

There are several museums found in that town, as well. The Klamath County and Baldwin Hotel Museums highlight the history of the local region and tell the tales of many of the pioneers who first settled here. The Favell Museum showcases artifacts and current artwork from local American Indian tribes. There is also a Children's Museum, in town, that features hands-on exhibits for kids to enjoy and learn from.

Should you like scenic drives, you will find both the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway and the Dalles-California Highway located near the campground. These routes actually run for more than 500 miles through parts of both California and Oregon. Multiple roads make up these byways, including portions of State Road 62 and US 97, that each run near the campground. Crater Rim Drive, which is part of Crater Lake National Park, also makes up a part of this. There are many scenic viewpoints found along the byways' lengths.

When you've been looking for a quiet, mountain location to relax, where you are surrounded by beautiful views, consider a campsite at Waterwheel RV Park and Campground. Take a hike through a local forest, enjoy spending time on some picturesque, nearby lakes, or drive a scenic road. Check out a campervan rental in this part of the country and enjoy exploring the Beaver State!

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Williamson River, ORChiloquin, OR
  • Pelican Butte Trail, ORWinema National Forest, OR
  • Puck Lake Trail, ORWinema National Forest, OR
  • Nannie Creek Trail, ORWinema National Forest, OR
  • Cold Spring Trail, ORWinema National Forest, OR
  • Seven Lakes Basin And Sky Lakes Trail, ORWinema National Forest, OR
  • Varney Creek Trail to Lake Como, ORWinema National Forest, OR
  • Varney Creek Trail to Lake Harriette, ORWinema National Forest, OR
  • Moss Creek Trail, ORKlamath Falls, OR
  • Pinnacles Valley Trail, ORCrater Lake National Park, OR

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