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Discover your next adventure

Social distancing made easy

We know you’re itching to get out and travel. So are we. But things have changed in 2020. And they are likely to change more moving forward. That’s where we come in. We’re Klamath County, in Southern Oregon.  About an hour off the beaten path, but these days being a little out of the way is a good thing.

So redefine your next road trip with family and friends and visit an area that’s not had much attention up to now. There’s plenty to do, lots of room to do it, and few people doing it.

Klamath County and the Klamath Basin, located in the beautiful Cascade Range, is home to Crater Lake National Park, Lava Beds National Monument, and a whole lot more.

With over 6100 square miles of Parks, Rivers, Lakes, Trails, and other outdoor areas, you can easily, safely, and conveniently have room to play.  And the area is steeped in history both inside and out.

So, redefine your next Road Trip with a trip to Southern Oregon’s “City of Sunshine” – Klamath County and the Klamath Basin – and take the trip you’ve been waiting for. It’s closer than you think.

To get you started, here are a few ideas we hope inspire your next Road Trip:

CYCLING

CYCLING

100 miles of Single Track Mountain Biking Trails alone

WATER PLAY

WATER PLAY

300+ bodies of water with 184 lakes, 33 rivers, and more

ZIPLINE

ZIPLINE

9 zips + 2 rappels + 2 sky bridges = 2.5 hours of FUN in the pristine Pine Tree canopy

HISTORY

HISTORY

From Vintage buildings to WWII history to many museums.

VOLCANIC LEGACY SCENIC BYWAY

VOLCANIC LEGACY SCENIC BYWAY

500 miles of scenic beauty along one of only 31 All-American Roads

HIKING

FALL CYCLING

500+ miles of hiking trails including easy access to the Pacific Crest Trail

FISHING

FISHING

30+ Rivers and 60+ Lakes with 15+ species of fish just waiting for you to hook them

SELF-GUIDED TOURS

SELF-GUIDED TOURS

Choose from many tours to experience the region

As you find yourself spending more time outdoors please help take care of our wild spaces by following our states Take Care Out There responsible recreation values.

Per CDC guidelines, remember during your trip to take steps to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Only travel if you feel healthy, wear a mask to keep your nose and mouth covered in public settings, avoid close contact to others by staying 6 feet apart, and do not travel with anyone outside your household.

Masks are currently mandated in public areas both indoors and where social distancing isn’t possible outdoors. If you have any other questions for us, please send us a message.

So you want to visit Klamath County?

This guide will show you why Klamath is the perfect spot for your vacation!