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Klamath National Forest Camping

Klamath National Forest - Wikipedia
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Klamath National Forest - Wikipedia
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Campgrounds

Campgrounds in Klamath National Forest

Carter Meadows Horse Group

Klamath National Forest

Curly Jack Campground

Klamath National Forest

Hidden Horse Equestrian Campground

Klamath National Forest

Indian Scotty Group Site

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Juanita Lake Group Campsite

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Sarah Totten Campground

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Tree Of Heaven Campground

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Overview

A brief introduction to Klamath National Forest

A man hikes along a trail on a high ridge overlooking a beautiful valley.

A man hikes along a trail on a high ridge overlooking a beautiful valley.




Want to kick back and relax under shady pines by a sparkling lake? Looking for a "base camp" for a day of hiking, boating, white water rafting, fishing, or swimming? Want to just get out of the house for the day for a nice picnic in the great outdoors? If so, the Klamath National Forest can offer you that and more!



With nearly one million acres for your enjoyment, relaxation, and exploration, you can experience the solitude of the wilderness or enjoy camping near others in developed campgrounds. Camp in densely forested woodlands or open meadows, discover secluded flats along river banks and enjoy panoramic views of majestic mountains.



A continuing goal of the Klamath National Forest is to make these recreational opportunities accessible to persons with disabilities.

Klamath National Forest is a 1,737,774-acre (2,715 sq mi; 7,033 km2) national forest, in the Klamath Mountains and Cascade Range, located in Siskiyou County in northern California, but with a tiny extension (1.5 percent of the forest) into southern Jackson County in Oregon. The forest contains continuous stands of ponderosa pine, Jeffrey pine, Douglas fir, red fir, white fir, lodgepole pine, Baker Cypress (Cupressus bakeri), and incense cedar. Old growth forest is estimated to cover some 168,000 acres (680 km2) of the forest land. Forest headquarters are located in Yreka, California. There are local ranger district offices located in Fort Jones, Happy Camp, and Macdoel, all in California. The Klamath was established on May 6, 1905. This forest includes the Kangaroo Lake and the Sawyers Bar Catholic Church is located within the boundaries of the Forest. The Forest is managed jointly with the Butte Valley National Grassland.

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