Discover Klamath Visitors and Convention Bureau  
Klamath County provides one of the most beautiful and authentic nature experienc­es anywhere. With all the comforts of home, it’s just a stone’s throw away. Escape to your own secret hideaway. Klamath County is just the kind of place that might change your life. Our visitor center is located off highway 97 (Klamath Falls City Center exit). Visit majestic Crater Lake Na­tional Park; experience 300 days of sunshine an­nually; or, tour downtown on an old-fashioned trolley. Visit Klamath County-Oregon Unex­pected. 

205 Riverside Drive, Suite B
Klamath Falls OR 97601
(541) 882-1501   (800) 445-6728
www.discoverklamath.com 

Klamath County Chamber of Commerce
Klamath County is a delightful mix of the rugged, beautiful outdoors, rich culture, history, and adventure. Whether you are planning a visit or looking to relocate, the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce can connect you to all the resources you need including its 600+ members who are ready to welcome you to Klamath County.  From hotels, lodging and restaurants to professional services and more, the Chamber and its members have what you're looking for.

203 Riverside St.
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(541) 884-5193
www.klamath.org 

See and Do

Collier Memorial State Park
On Hwy 97 about 30 miles north of Klamath Falls. Features open air logging museum filled with early logging equipment and a pioneer log cabin village. Campground has 50 full hookup sites (sewer, electricity and water), 18 tent sites, and hot showers. Visitors enjoy fishing in two streams.
www.oregonstateparks.org/park_228.php 

Things to Do near Crater Lake
Just south of Crater Lake National Park is exceptional hiking, fishing, camping, canoeing/kayaking, cycling, birding, history and spectacular scenery. This area, known as Crater Lake's Backyard, is showcased in a comprehensive online guide of things to do and places to stay. See the Things to Do near Crater Lake.

Lava Beds National Monument
This area is located 40 miles south of Klamath Falls off Hwy 139. During the winter of 1872-73, Modoc Indians held off large military forces by hiding and fighting in the rugged terrain. Visitors explore the battle sites, extinct volcanoes, over 400 caves, underground lava tunnels and natural bridges.
http://www.nps.gov/labe/

Klamath County Museums
Klamath County operates three fascinating muse­ums. The County Museum (1451 Main) features a new half-million dollar forestry exhibit. The Baldwin Hotel Museum (31 Main) provides a glimpse into pioneer life. Fort Klamath (on the way to Crater Lake) shares a glimpse of solider life in the 1800s.

Running Y Ranch
A nationally ranked Arnold Palmer-designed golf course, the Pacific Northwest’s largest lake and 3,600 acres of forest and meadows you can call your home. The Running Y is a remarkable recreational community featuring a lodge hotel and restaurant, sports and fitness center, spa, conference facilities, horseback riding, miles of walking and biking trails, new town center and more. Real estate offerings include expansive view homesites, semi-custom homes, low maintenance townhomes, charming mountain chalets and fully-furnished villas.

5000 Running Y Road
Klamath Falls OR 97601
541-850-5500
www.runningy.com

 

Eat, Drink and Shop

The Village at the Running Y
The Village offers more reasons to visit Running Y Ranch. The Village provides opportunities for dining at Wyatt’s American Eatery. The Market at the Running Y is the perfect place to pick-up what you need while at Running Y Ranch with a large selection of great foods, beer, and wine. PremierWest Bank is available for all of your banking needs. Ranch Espresso is the perfect place to enjoy a great drink and watch the scene. The Village at the Ranch is located in the heart of the Run­ning Y community.

5000 Running Y Road 
Klamath Falls OR 97601 
541-850-5500
www.runningy.com

Spend the Night

Lake of the Woods Mountain Lodge & Resort
36 miles east of Ashland, on Dead Indian Memorial Hwy or off Hwy 140 36 miles east of Medford and 31 miles west of Klamath Falls. Lodge, restaurant and bar, 28 cozy cabins with lake views and kitchens, Marina and General store. Fishing, waterskiing, boating, and camping. RV sites. Family Vacations our specialty.

950 Harriman Route
Klamath Falls OR 97601
(866) 201-4194
www.lakeofthewoodsresort.com

Running Y Ranch
A nationally ranked Arnold Palmer-designed golf course, the Pacific Northwest’s largest lake and 3,600 acres of forest and meadows you can call your home. The Running Y is a remarkable recreational community featuring a Lodge hotel and restaurant, sports and fitness center, spa, conference facilities, horseback riding, miles of walking and biking trails, new town center and more. Real estate offerings include expansive view homesites, semi-custom homes, low maintenance townhomes, charming mountain chalets and fully-furnished villas. 

5391 Running Y Road
Klamath Falls OR 97601
(888) 816-1607
www.runningy.com

MOUNTAIN LAKES

Between the Rogue Valley and Klamath Falls lies the Cascade Mountain Range, famous for its more than 100 alpine lakes, Crater Lake National Park, pristine scenery, the Pacific Crest Trail, state parks, historic Native American battle grounds, and wildlife refuges.

See and Do

Crater Lake Trolley Tours
All aboard one of our historic looking (but modern) Crater Lake Trolleys. Enjoy the magnificent beauty of Crater Lake National Park on a two-hour tour. Learn about the history of the park and much more as you ride around the spectacular Rim Drive. Seating is available for 24 guests on every trolley. Multiple trolleys are available upon request. Specializing in group events from weddings to reunions. Contact us today. 

445 Spring Street
Klamath Falls OR
(541) 882-1896
www.craterlaketrolley.com 

Ross Ragland Theater
The Ross Ragland Theater is a year-round, multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary arts center serving Southern Oregon and Northern California. The theater, with near-perfect sight lines and acoustics, provides the perfect venue for a wide array of touring performing artists as well as local productions. The facilities include the historic 740+ seat theater and, the adjoining cultural center which is perfect for special events, meetings and/ or banquets accommodating up to 250 people.

218 North 7th Street
Klamath Falls OR
(541) 884-LIVE 
www.rrtheater.org

Crescent Lake
Located off Hwy 97, 95 miles north of Klamath Falls. Resort on the lake offers furnished cottages, RV parking, campgrounds including a superb new one that is wheelchair accessible, all summer and winter sports and, of course, fishing and hunting in season. There is  a 3900-foot airstrip.

Diamond Lake
On Hwy 138. 76 miles east of Roseburg, 19 miles off Hwy 97 and just north of Crater Lake. Multi-use recreation area. Fishing, horseback riding, bicycling, snowmobiling, cross-country and snow cat skiing. (541) 793-3333

Fish Lake
Off Hwy 140. Between Klamath Falls and Medford, cradled among a trio of once active volcanoes. Pres­ents year-round recreational pursuits with an RV park, boat rentals, rustic cabins and forest service camp­grounds. (541) 949-8500

Howard Prairie
Just 20 miles east of Ashland off Dead Indian Memorial Hwy. The area offers year-round activities including the Hyatt Lake Recreation Site, Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, Table Mountain Snowplay Area, cross-country ski trails and snowmobile trails.

Lemolo Lake
70 miles east of Roseburg off Hwy 138. Activities include boat rentals, waterskiing, swimming, hiking, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

Odell Lake
98 miles north of Klamath Falls off Hwy 97. A gem of a lake over five miles long and 300 feet deep. At eleva­tion 4800 feet, it provides an ideal habitat for kokanee salmon, macinaw lake lrout, and native rainbows. Boat rentals are available at the lodge and resort. Snow play is popular in the winter with trails for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Alpine skiing at Willamette Pass is only six miles west. The forest service has a new snowpark at Odell.