You simply can’t run out of things to do around here.

Here, we highlight some of the amazing offerings for every kind of experience. This is by no means a complete list, and we want to also encourage you to make use of these helpful resources when planning your visit.

The Humboldt County Visitors Bureau works to keeping Humboldt County front and center for state, national and international visitors.

The Del Norte County Visitors Bureau describes to the area as a place “where nature outnumbers people.”

Campground Activities

Cher’ere Campground & RV Park offers 8 acres of beautiful scenery with direct river access and plenty of open space for everyone to enjoy. There are also a number of different activities that can be enjoyed here on the property:

Area Activities

No need to get out the map or gas up the RV – there are plenty of amazing places to see and explore within a short distance of the Cher’ere Campground. All of these suggestions just scratch the surface of what awaits when you arrive:

Fishing Guide Services

Professional guides are available in almost all seasons and many provide all gear and bait.

  • Peak fishing season begins in July and runs through mid-October.
  • Flyfishers from around the world come to Blake’s Riffle, not far upstream from the campground.
  • Cher’ere does not have a boat ramp, but two free boat ramps are nearby: Terwer ramp at Klamath Glen, and the boat ramp in Klamath.
  • You must have a valid California fishing license.

In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.