Moore park area trail system
From downtown Klamath Falls, head north on 10th Street until it turns to Oregon Avenue. Follow Oregon Avenue for about 1.5 miles, over the Link River, to Moore Park. The parking lots will be on your left shortly after entering the park. Cross the road to reach the trail head. Look for interpretive trail signs at the trailhead and along the trail. This trail will connect with the Euloana trail. Dog walking has recently been allowed in the park. Please keep dogs on a leash and use the dogipot receptacles located throughout the park for waste. Call 541.883.4102 for reservations.
Spence mountain trail system
Spence Mountain involves a trail system on a beautiful 7,400 acre parcel of land owned by HWTR. The property is only 15 miles from Klamath Falls offering easy access. Trails were designed for multipurpose uses to accommodate mountain bikers, hikers, trail runners, and even snowshoeing in the winter. The trail system currently is now a full 10 mile look of single track and once the trail system is completed will be about 50 miles in total. Many of the trail in the system offer amazing views of Upper Klamath Lake and surrounding mountains. This area is also great of birding as there are many bald eagles that frequent the area.
Oc&e woods line state trail
Oregon’s longest linear park. This 100-mile trail is built on the old rail-bed of the Oregon, California, and Eastern Railroad. The trail is open to all non-motorized recreation beginning in the heart of Klamath Falls and extending east to Bly and north to the Sycan Marsh. The first 7.1 miles from Washburn Way to Olene are paved and is a fun stretch of the trail for family, school groups, walkers, joggers, in-line skaters and bicyclists.
This trail section of the OC&E Woods Line State Trail is more rugged than the first 8 miles of the trail and attracts hikers, mountain bikers, anglers, equestrian users, and wildlife watchers. From Beatty to the Sycan Marsh, trail users are in a national forest, with its lofty ponderosa pines, lively streams, and Horse Glade Trailhead camping. This section is host to the 400-foot-long Merritt Creek Trestle. Sycan Marsh is an attraction for bird watchers.