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Let's not forget three wilderness areas, Crater Lake National Park, proximity to the Oregon Outback. Whew!
Posted by: Anonymous
19/11/2009 11:05 PM

Klamath also has a budding singletrack network for mountain bikers and hikers. Stop by Hutch's bicycle shop for info and rentals. Ride right from town.
Posted by: Seth Cotterman
27/10/2009 10:03 AM

This makes me feel so proud to be from Klamath!!!!!
Posted by: Crystal Bichsel
22/10/2009 06:03 PM

This makes me feel so proud to be from Klamath!!!!!
Posted by: Crystal Bichsel
22/10/2009 06:02 PM

This makes me feel so proud to be from Klamath!!!!!
Posted by: Crystal Bichsel
22/10/2009 06:00 PM

After countless customer surveys it's official. The Children's Museum of Klamath Falls is one of the greatest Hands on Museums in the west. That comes from the mouths of Seattle, Vancouver, Tahoe, Reno, Bend, Portland, Medford, Boise, Merced, Lodi, and again today, by a family from San Francisco!
Posted by: Christa Crone
22/10/2009 01:45 PM

After countless customer surveys it's official. The Children's Museum of Klamath Falls is one of the greatest Hands on Museums in the west. That comes from the mouths of Seattle, Vancouver, Tahoe, Reno, Bend, Portland, Medford, Boise, Merced, Lodi, and again today, by a family from San Francisco!
Posted by: Christa
21/10/2009 11:29 PM

Klamath Falls is stunningly beautiful - but there are no "falls". However, you can walk the Link River Trail where the falls used to be, and pick blackberries in the summer and plums in the fall! We are also a central location to the Lava Beds National Monument, Crater Lake, and Rocky Point Resort. Rent a canoe at Rocky Point, or drive and look at all the fall aspens's. Eat dinner downtown at Thai Orchid or Tobiko, and take a trolley ride down Main St. and view the interesting architecture!
Posted by: Kim Swagert
21/10/2009 06:04 PM

I've lived in Klamath Falls for a year now, and it's by far the best place I've ever lived. 300 /- days of sun per year, clean air, beautiful lakes and friendly people. Stay at the Running Y Ranch, enjoy good Italian at Antonio's downtown, and visit any one of dozens of natural wonders within a short drive. Play golf at Harbor Links, have dinner at Rooster's Steak
Posted by: Kevin
21/10/2009 03:50 PM

I've lived in Klamath Falls for a year now, and it's by far the best place I've ever lived. 300 /- days of sun per year, clean air, beautiful lakes and friendly people. Stay at the Running Y Ranch, enjoy good Italian at Antonio's downtown, and visit any one of dozens of natural wonders within a short drive. Play golf at Harbor Links, have dinner at Rooster's Steak
Posted by: Kevin
21/10/2009 03:49 PM

My grandparents were from K-Falls and I spent many summers there -- the best stuff is in the mountains between there and Medford, OR. Mountain lakes, Mt. McLoughlin and the Pacific Crest Trail for starters. Klamath Falls is a lovely place, but it's still largely rural, so don't go looking for opera or all night discos, though you can still "cruise the loop" on a weekend night in summer.
Posted by: Scott
01/10/2009 11:56 PM

It is also worth mentioning that Klamath Falls also offers some of the best birding and waterfowl hunting in the west. Large concentrations of bald eagles are a common site. Additionally, Klamath Lake is known for trophy-size rainbow trout.
Posted by: Tim Brass
30/09/2009 07:55 PM