Klamath river access
Situated on the Klamath River estuary, the Cher’ere Campground & RV Park is ideal for fishing, camping and enjoying the rugged Pacific coastline and exploring behind the redwood curtain.
Many other hiking opportunities are within a few miles of our campground. Explore the ocean beaches and redwood trails.
After you set up your campsite at Cher’ere, walk down to the Klamath River that abuts the northern edge of the campground. Several boat ramps are located nearby.
Some of the tallest trees in the world, some five stories taller than the Statue of Liberty, grow within just a few minute’s drive from the Cher’ere Campground & RV Park.
There are abundant hiking & walking opportunities within National & State forests where you can experience the beauty and the majesty of these ancient trees, whether you only have an hour or you have all day.
world class fishing
The Klamath River has a reputation as one of the great salmon rivers on the planet.
Tens of thousands of fish swim by the Cher’ere Campground every year. Winter steelhead, coastal cutthroat trout and Pacific lamprey are in the lower Klamath River from December through April. Spring Chinook, summer steelhead, and sturgeon come next, riding spring rains and snow melt to destinations throughout the watershed.
Things to do
Seals & Sea Lions