The dark skies of the Oregon Outback; picturesque wineries in the Applegate Valley; epic mountain biking through old-growth forests on Brown Mountain — there are myriad reasons to come to Southern Oregon. Did you know there are also plenty of ways to give back to the special places you love to visit and help ensure a strong future for these destinations?
Located just 22 miles North of Klamath Falls on HIghway 97 at Crater Lake Junction, Kla-Mo-Ya Casino is the perfect spot to take a gaming break on the way to Crater Lake National Park.
Come enjoy the hospitality and excitement of Southern Oregon’s favorite gaming establishment that is open 24-7 hours a way.
Kla-Mo-Ya Casino offers over 350 slots, Blackjack, our Fabulous Peak to Peak Restaurant & Lounge, and weekly promotions. Set right off of Highway 97 in scenic Southern Oregon, less than an hour from Crater Lake, Kla-Mo-Ya is your perfect recreation destination for some fun and play. Plenty of RV Parking, free beverages, 24-Hour ATM’s, and a host of friendly staff are at your service.
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