Collier State Park is a fun place to visit. It has a nice, well-maintained campground on the banks of the Williamson River. You can make reservations but generally there is space available. It is close to Crater Lake National Park - don't miss this wonder of the world. Collier State Park also has a fine logging museum so if you come from a timber family (or even if you don't) you will find this interesting, as well as the pioneer cabins. Spring Creek runs into the Williamson River at Collier Park, and is a nice creek for fishing and floating, but too cold for swimming. I believe that the Williamson River is a catch-and-release river in this area, so check your state regulations before fishing. There are whoppers in the Williamson. The nearby town of Chiloquin has grocery stores, restaurants, churches, and a gas station. There is also an amazing new-and-used bookstore there that has many out-of-print, hard-to-find books, and you won't want to miss the Chiloquin cultural center with some impressive art work. Klamath Falls is another 35 miles or so from Collier Park, but there are fine museums there as well.
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