Travel Days Between Home Six And Seven

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Klamath RV park | Tracy Marie Lewis |

There is this huge gap/lack of Thousand Trails Resorts from southern Oregon through northern California. The time to get from South Jetty to Russian River was 8 1/2 hours, too long for our liking on highway 101 which is grueling. We had to go to one of our other camping memberships to find a halfway spot to stay. We found one at Klamath River through RPI for $10/night with a 2 night minimum. Of course when I called to make the reservation, I was told electricity is an extra $4/night (Hah, and California with a surplus of Electricity!)-and on top of that I had to buy a "res-pack" to have on file as each reservation costs $2, so silly. So for $28+$2 we got a nice grassy full hookup spot with free Wifi that worked!

Because we were transients, only staying 2 nights, we were put in a back row spot even though there were plenty of river front spots. It was ok as it was. We were able to put our practice basket out in the grass and putt off and on all day on our "rest" day, In between putting I watched the latest 2017 disc golf tournaments which are all on YouTube - I sure do miss watching streaming media (but that is another story, I am working on a solution!). This park has a caretaker with a green thumb because their gardens were beautiful. There is a cute potting shed with a flag proudly flowing from it. They also have a little cafe that has various fru-fru coffees and breakfast snacks like coffee cake your choice $2 each. 

Our site was pre-picked, unlike TT where you chose and get parked yourself. We were taken to our spot and he ushered us into the proper position which we have found to be pretty consistent with private parks. 

We got up early on moving day and were out of there by 8:30am. 

Klamath RV Park Pond | Tracy Marie Lewis |

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