The original town of Klamath, California was destroyed in a flood in 1964. This small town is in Del Norte County, at the very northern tip of the state, and sits inland from the Klamath River. The river provides opportunities for fishing, boating, and rafting. Be sure to visit the statue of Babe the Blue Ox and the Trees of Mystery for a unique, local experience. To the south is the Redwood National Park which is the best place for admiring the gigantic redwood trees and hiking the numerous trails. Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park also has 75 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and exploring the old growth Coastal Redwoods. The Six Rivers National Forest contains rivers for fishing, trails for hiking, and tons of wildlife for viewing. Be sure to include Klamath, California on your next glamping trip.
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