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Klamath Falls

Travel to Klamath Falls

Traveling to Klamath Falls, Oregon, is accessible and scenic from several major cities in the Pacific Northwest. From Portland, expect a drive time of approximately 4 to 5 hours, taking you through diverse Oregon landscapes. If you’re coming from Eugene, the journey to Klamath Falls can be completed in about 3 to 4 hours, offering a shorter but equally picturesque drive. For those traveling from Sacramento, California, the drive is roughly 5 to 6 hours, providing an opportunity to experience the changing scenery from California to Oregon. 

 

Wildlife Observation in Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Oregon, is a premier destination for wildlife observation, attracting nature enthusiasts and birdwatchers. The area, especially the Klamath Basin, is a haven for a diverse array of bird species, making it one of the best birding destinations in the Pacific Northwest. Visitors can enjoy the unique experience of observing migratory birds and local wildlife in their natural habitat. The region’s wetlands and forests provide ample opportunities for wildlife photography and nature walks, enhancing the Klamath Falls outdoor experience.

Cultural and Historical Attractions in Klamath Falls

Explore the rich cultural and historical attractions in Klamath Falls, Oregon. This region is steeped in Native American history, offering insights into the heritage and traditions of local tribes. Visitors can immerse themselves in the past by visiting various historical sites, museums, and cultural centers. These attractions provide a comprehensive understanding of the area’s historical significance, making Klamath Falls a key destination for history buffs and culture enthusiasts seeking to explore Oregon’s diverse cultural landscape.

Winter Sports in Klamath Falls

Experience the thrill of winter sports in Klamath Falls, a top destination in Oregon for snow enthusiasts. Known as the “City of Sunshine” with over 300 days of sunshine a year, Klamath Falls boasts a variety of winter activities, including skiing and snowboarding, with nearby resorts offering trails and slopes for all skill levels. The snowy landscapes of Klamath Falls provide the perfect backdrop for winter adventures, from cross-country skiing to snowshoeing. Whether you’re a seasoned snow sports athlete or a beginner, Klamath Falls offers a winter wonderland experience, making it a must-visit destination during the colder months.

Things To Do

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Klamath Basin

Bob’s Jerky Shack

Come get your old fashioned original jerky at Bob’s Jerky Shack. Open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4:30 […]

2922 Altamont Drive,
Klamath Falls, OR.
541-591-2921
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Klamath Basin

Holey Donut

Holey Donut is the home of the Donut Burger. As a family run donut shop, they focus on making unique […]

1434 Esplanade
Klamath Falls, OR.
541-331-1313
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Klamath Basin

Malin Country Diner

Small town diner with casual atmosphere and friendly service. Serving breakfast and lunch daily and dinners Fridays and Saturdays.  Closed Sundays.

2126 Broadway St
Malin, OR. 97632
541-723-3132
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3060 S. 6th St.
Klamath Falls, OR. 97603
541-882-4601
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Klamath Basin

Wild Goose Lodge

Located in scenic Merrill Oregon, the Wild Goose Lodge Motel is pet friendly and close to many outdoor recreational areas. […]

105 E. Court Drive
Merrill, OR. 97633
(541) 798-5826
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2500 S. Sixth St.
Klamath Falls, OR. 97601
(541) 882-1111
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Boulder Springs Trail

The Boulder Springs Trail joins the Gearhart Mountain Trail #100 at a point approximately 1 mile north of the Notch within Gearhart […]

Bly, OR.
541-353-2427
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Klamath Lake,
Klamath Basin

The Klamath Tribes

The largest freshwater lake in Oregon, Upper Klamath Lake is the heart of the Klamath Basin — and the soul […]

Klamath Falls, OR.
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 J. F. Kimball State Park is a pristine site located at the headwaters of the Wood River. This stream flows […]

Fort Klamath, OR.
541-783-2471
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