Self-Guided Tours

Ahh, Klamath County! The very home of Crater Lake. Half a hop from the Lava Beds National Monument. Smack dab in the middle of the largest migratory bird route in the west, Native American and World War II sites that will really get you thinking. There’s just so much to do in Klamath County, and what better way to experience Klamath than at your own pace! Here are a collection of curated self-guided tours to get you started.

Audio Tours

How  To:

  1. On either an iOS or Android compatible device search the app store for VoiceMap Audio Tours, then download the free app.
  2. Create your user profile in the VoiceMap app.
  3. Search for tour by name or location
  4. Download tour with WiFi, then use VoiceMap offline
  5. Follow instructions on tour to begin. Don’t forget to get social with us, share your pics on social media and hashtag #MeetMeInKlamath

The Modoc War:  A Homeland  Lost

An interactive history tour for the young, and the young at heart. Learn much of the history of how the Klamath Basin came to be on this audio tour with highlights featuring Lava Beds National Monument, Disney’s Donald Duck, and more!

Keep checking back for more audio tours as they are developed!

Happy Touring!

Self-Guided Tours

How  To:

  1. Search for the tour you would like to do
  2. Download PDF and map of tour
  3. Follow the instructions and map on the PDF to complete the tour
  4. Get social with us! Share your pics on social media and hashtag #MeetMeInKlamath

Downtown Walking Tour

During the 1920’s Klamath Falls was the fastest growing city in Oregon, and with that came a variety of Art Deco & Gothic Revival architectural influences ranging from the buildings themselves to the murals around downtown. Revel in it all during the self-guided walking tour through the downtown core. Don’t forget your camera!

Tulelake National Wildlife Refuge Auto Tour

The Tulelake NWR encompasses 39,116 acres of mostly open water and croplands. A 12
mile auto tour route, a paved or graveled all-weather road, allows wildlife observation ear-round. Large geese flocks, grebes, herons, egrets, hawks and eagles, Barn Owls, towhees, Canyon and Rock Wrens, Juniper/Oak Titmouse, White-throated sparrows, and Northern Mockingbirds are only the start of regularly seen bird species on this route.

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Upper Klamath Canoe Trail

The Upper Klamath Canoe Trail provides a marked, 9.5 mile journey through a larger freshwater marsh. The canoe trail has four segments: Recreation Creek, Crystal Creek, Wocus cut and Malone Springs with each segment offering a new look at the Upper Klamath Marsh. these segments can be access from either Rocky Point boat launch or Malone Springs boat launch. As you travel through any segment of the 9.5 miles of the Upper Klamath canoe trail, you cannot escape the dramatic mixture of marsh, open lake and forest. The meeting of these environments provides a rich habitat for many plant and animal species.

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So you want to visit Klamath County?

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