Klamath River RV Park

This is the first time since we left Camp Verde Arizona that I’ve had time to post anything on my blog. When you’re doing one night stands, you basically have to just jump and run the next morning so you can get to the next one night stand… But I have two days at this last stop before we reach our first Oregon destination, so I thought I would give a little update on my blog.

As Bill and I have been making our way from Camp Verde Arizona to Bullards Beach State Park, we have, as many of you know, stayed in RV Parks that were less than what we expected them to be to say the least. But the disappointment of the first two parks we stayed at became a distant memory as soon as we laid eyes on Klamath River RV Park. What a gem this place is. We love everything about this place.

The moment we arrived at the check-in office, we were greeted by the very friendly owner, who welcomed us, and showed us to our space.


After we were settled in, I took a walk around the grounds to take some pictures of this beautiful place so I will always remember our stay here. How cute is this little fish pond surrounded by greenery and flowers…

I don’t know what kind of little flowers these are, but they are growing right out of a moss-covered rock.

And all around the park there are splashes of color from beautiful flowers..

Who could ask for a better place to sit, enjoy a glass of wine, while watching the Klamath River flow by?

One of our neighbors told us about a place just down the road where the river spills into the ocean. She said there are lots of big rocks where seals go to sunbathe. We didn’t see any seals, but it was well worth the trip just to see a sight like this. The beautiful green trees that line the cliff overlooking the ocean. The huge rocks rising out of the water along the shoreline. And the fog covering the tops of the cliffs and trees, gave me pause to just stop, and reflect on my complete gratitude for the opportunity to see all this beauty. Sight is something I never take for granted.

Bill and I just love Klamath River RV Park and the surrounding area. We could sit and look at the river flowing by, and all the beautiful trees that surround this little slice of heaven, all day long…

Until we started our full-time RV retirement life, I had never been to any of the states we’ve seen, like Utah, Wyoming, and our next destination, Oregon.

Tomorrow we will be in Bullards Beach State Park where we will work/camp during June and July. We are beyond excited to see Oregon, and find out what adventures await us there… :):)

Stay Tuned!

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Bill
    May 30, 2017 @ 16:33:13

    So happy to have an extra day to relax from the driving through the mountains. I will be happy to get settled in at Bullards Beach, and begin our last hosting job, before returning to McDowell Mountain regional park, for the winter. After July we are going to have a great time discovering Oregon, can’t wait!
    Love you


  2. gotham girl
    May 31, 2017 @ 17:53:08

    What a beautiful area…but as I said…you aint seen nothin’ yet! So excited for your two!! And can’t wait to play with! xoxoxo


    • beyondcinderella
      May 31, 2017 @ 22:51:11

      Oh GG, everything I’ve seen so far is all you said it would be and MORE. I can’t hardly believe there is anything more beautiful than what I’ve already seen today. But, I am open, and willing, and ANXIOUS, to find out. Can’t hardly wait for you and Bob to get here to play with us too! Xoxo


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