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Why Is Everyone Beginning to Move to Klamath Falls?

Nestled amidst a spectacular alpine setting in southern Oregon, Klamath Falls is a popular destination for the outdoor set. The town averages more than 300 days of sun a year, inviting adventure-minded types to take…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

Guide to Crater Lake’s Photogenic Landmarks

Crater Lake National Park encompasses some of the grandest scenery on Earth. Some 7,700 years ago, Mount Mazama—then standing 12,000-odd feet tall—pulled a real drama-queen act in a multistage eruption that spewed ash over a…Read More

Top Golf Courses in Klamath Falls, Oregon

Golf Courses in Klamath Falls, Oregon Golfing in Klamath Falls has it all, whether you are looking for well manicured tees or simply a fairway in the Klamath Basin to enjoy the scenic views and…Read More

Fishing in Klamath Falls Oregon

There is an abundance of fishing in the Klamath Basin whether you are into angling or fly fishing. The area is home to various types of fish but the plentiful rainbow trout is what really…Read More

The Story of Crater Lake’s Old Man of the Lake

Perched like a round blue eye along the crest of the Cascade Range, Crater Lake is a superlative body of water—at close to 2,000 feet down, the deepest lake in the U.S., and one of…Read More

Top Restaurants in Klamath Falls to Eat at Now

Top Restaurants in Klamath Falls, Oregon There are bucket lists for nearly anything these days. If people can have bucket lists for places they want to travel or things they want to do, why not…Read More

Are There Waterfalls in Klamath Falls?

Are There Waterfalls in Klamath Falls? Just sixty miles south of Crater Lake National Park and seventy miles north of Mt. Shasta, located in the south central region of Oregon and bordering northern California nestled…Read More

6 Hikes That Show Off Klamath County’s Scenic & Ecological Diversity

At more than 6,100 square miles, Klamath County is the fourth-biggest county in Oregon. It also lies astride a great geological and bioregional crossroads, stretching from the crest of the Cascade Range to the margins…Read More

An Insider’s Guide to the Waterfalls at Link River

The Link River flows from Upper Klamath Lake on the north side of the town of Klamath Falls to Lake Ewauna on the south side—“linking” the two lakes. From the native Klamath tribes that fished…Read More