Located 30 miles north of Klamath Falls, Oregon, Collier Memorial State Park boasts a picturesque campground, logging museum, relocated pioneer village, and excellent fly fishing.
It's also pet-friendly, with 46 full-hookup sites and 18 non-hookup sites with water nearby. Hot showers and flush toilets are provided, and all sites are typically clean and well-maintained. Pull-through sites tend to be the most spacious, so consider this when reserving your spot. Tent sites cost $19 a night, while booking a full hookup site will set you back $29 a night.
Dogs are welcome but must be restrained on a leash of six feet or shorter at all times. It's also up to you to dispose of your dog's waste and ensure that campground's quiet hours (10 pm to 7 am) are respected.
Collier Memorial State Park's main attraction is an outdoor museum of logging equipment used throughout the Klamath Basin and other parts of eastern Oregon as far back as the 1880s. There's also a pioneer village on-site to give a clearer idea of just how these early logging families lived back in the day. The museum and village can be accessed via a half-mile trail from the campground.
Once you've had your history fix, you might like to try your luck at some fly fishing. The Williamson River and Spring Creek converge in the park, and their clear waters are famous for quality trout fishing.
Other campers might like to go exploring on foot, mountain bike or horseback. Ten miles of service roads connect Collier Memorial State Park with Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site, where you'll find the headwaters of the Wood River and a primitive campground.
And if you want to treat yourself to more of a wilderness experience, the campground is just 25 miles from the southeast entrance to Crater Lake National Park. There are plenty of adventures to be had in this part of the world, so take some time to plan your paw-fect getaway with your canine pal at Collier Memorial State Park.