Collier Memorial State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"An open-air logging museum and the Spring Creek–Williamson River confluence are the headline attractions at this park in the Klamath Basin. The closely spaced sites are nestled in a second-growth forest of ponderosa and lodgepole pines; bitterbrush and currant bushes dot the needle-strewn forest floor. The camp is located above the Williamson River, across US 97 from Spring Creek and the logging museum. A pedestrian underpass allows for safe passage between the camp and the day-use area. Fishing, hiking the short trails along Spring Creek, and wandering the red cinder paths among the museum exhibits are activities to pursue in the park. Not far from here, Agency and Upper Klamath Lakes beckon with boating, canoeing, fishing, and birding."