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8 Fun Facts About Klamath Falls

Fun Facts About Klamath Falls, Oregon Klamath Falls is well-known for many things like being the gateway to Crater Lake National Park and close to Lava Beds National Monument, six different National Wildlife Refuges, a…Read More

The Best Things to Do in Klamath County (Based on Your Personality)

Here’s some far-from-earth-shattering news for you: everybody’s different. (Groundbreaking, right?!) Some of us are outdoor fanatics, others creature-comfort cravers. Some of us like chocolate, others (weirdly) don’t. The fact is, what makes us different makes…Read More

Is Klamath Falls Worth Visiting

Why Klamath Falls, Oregon is Worth Visiting Is Klamath Falls worth visiting? If you are interested in visiting a place with crisp clean air, stunning mountain views, plenty of year-round outdoor recreation, and so much…Read More

An Insider’s Guide to Moore Mountain

Situated along the in-skirts of town, a mere skip-and-a-jump across the Link River from downtown Klamath Falls, Moore Mountain is a humble yet hugely charismatic outdoor destination buzzing with recreational opportunities. At 458 acres, it’s…Read More

How (and Where) to Go Birding in Klamath County

If you’re an avid birder, you may well already know the quality of the birdwatching in Klamath County. After all, this is one of the best places in North America for birding, given that better…Read More

More, More, More: There’s Always More to Do in Klamath County

Klamath County is a place speckled and splashed with paradisiacal (and somewhat) paradoxical charm. In other less tongue-twistery words, Klamath County is a beautiful destination where the phrase “less is more” is equally as true…Read More

An Insider’s Guide to Tule Lake National Wildlife Reserve

The Klamath Basin is a wildlife lover’s paradise, home to a whopping six National Wildlife Refuges. One of the six—the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge—is a major reason why the basin is considered one of…Read More

Done in a Day: The Top 7 Ways to Spend a Day on a Trip to Klamath Falls

Located in the heart of some of Oregon’s most beautiful country, Klamath Falls is the perfect base camp for exploring the region. Founded in 1867, the town is known for its sunny weather—300 days of…Read More

Four Reasons You Should Visit Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge

It’s hard to feel anything but peaceful at the Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. Just a half-hour northeast of Chiloquin, the refuge invites visitors to slow down, unplug, and enjoy the stunning scenery within (and…Read More

The Klamath Basin Birding Trail: Where to Go and What You’ll See

October 26, 2020 Birding, Family Friendly, Kid Friendly

From forest woodpeckers and keen-eyed goshawks in the high country of the Cascade Crest to the waterfowl- and wader-thronged marshes and lakes of the lowlands, the Upper Klamath Basin boasts incredible avian diversity. When you…Read More