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Chiloquin

Travel to Chiloquin, Oregon

Traveling to Chiloquin, Oregon, can be an exciting journey through the scenic landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. From Portland, Oregon’s bustling city, the drive takes approximately 5 hours, offering a blend of urban views and natural beauty along the I-5 South and OR-58 East. From the Californian city of Sacramento, expect a journey of around 5.5 hours, traveling north on Interstate 5, showcasing the diverse geography of Northern California and Southern Oregon. Each route to Chiloquin promises its unique set of landscapes, making the journey an integral part of the adventure to this quaint and serene Oregonian town.

Wildlife Watching and Natural Attractions

Beyond fishing, Chiloquin is a gateway to extraordinary wildlife-watching opportunities, especially at the nearby Agency Lake. The area is a sanctuary for bird watchers and nature photographers, boasting a diverse ecosystem where various bird species thrive. The serene environment allows visitors to immerse themselves in the beauty of Oregon’s wilderness, making it a perfect spot for those seeking peace and natural beauty.

Cultural Highlights: Art Galleries and Historic Railroads

In the heart of Chiloquin, the Two Rivers Art Gallery & Gift Shop showcases the creativity and craftsmanship of over 70 local artisans. This cultural hub features an array of handmade art and crafts, offering a glimpse into the vibrant community spirit of the town. A short distance away, Train Mountain captures the imagination of visitors with its world-record miniature railroad. Spanning 36 miles of track through 2,200 acres of pristine pine forest, it offers a unique adventure for families and train enthusiasts to explore the scenic landscape.

Camping and Historical Sites

For those looking to extend their stay, Chiloquin presents numerous camping options, including the picturesque Collier Memorial State Park & Logging Museum. Located at the scenic confluence of Spring Creek and the Williamson River, the park offers a peaceful retreat and an educational journey through the pioneer and logging history of the region. Its well-preserved historical exhibits and natural beauty make it an ideal spot for overnight campers and history buffs.

Things To Do

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A food truck featuring barbeque and American food. Backyard Bento is open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. […]

2225 Washburn Way
Klamath Falls, OR. 97603
(541)274-9422
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Chick ‘N’ Dish

Chick ‘N’ Dish is a mobile restaurant located in Klamath Falls, Oregon. You’ll love their authentic southern fried cuisine & […]

2225 Washburn Way
Klamath Falls, OR. 97601
(541)331-6212
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Hanayori

Enjoy the food and service at Hanayori. Come on down Klamath Falls and enjoy a hot bowl of Tempura Udon […]

240 Main Street
Klamath Falls, OR. 97601
541-273-8591
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Crater Lake Resort

50711 Hwy 62
Fort Klamath, OR. 97626
541-381-2349
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Microtel Inn & Suites

2716 Dakota Court
Klamath Falls, OR. 97603
541-273-0206
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Cerulean Hotel 2019
Klamath Basin

Cerulean Hotel

Cerulean Hotel, A Running Y Property is in the heart of downtown Klamath Falls. This mid-scale modern boutique hotel features […]

100 Main Street
Klamath Falls, OR. 97601
541-882-4666
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Basin Yellow Cab and Klamath Medical Transport LLC is a taxi in Klamath Falls with wheelchair-accessible vehicles. They also specialize […]

Klamath Falls, OR.
541-884-1159
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Klamath County Museum
Klamath Basin

Klamath County Museum

The Klamath County Museum serves as the main history museum for Klamath County and the surrounding area. Spend an hour […]

1452 Main St
Klamath Falls, OR. 97601
(541)882-1000
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Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge

Discover extraordinary wildlife and habitat just outside Klamath Falls. Established in 1928, the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge spans 23,098 […]

Klamath Falls, OR. 97601
530-667-2231
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