Enjoy outdoor recreation opportunities galore at this stunningly beautiful national treasure. Summertime means lots of swimming, fishing, and hiking while winter features cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
You’ll be totally awed by the lava tube caves that you can explore on your own or with a guide. Scenic hiking trails, historic battlefields, and Native American rock art round out this natural wonder.
This delightful destination has something for everyone all year long. Check out the annual Klamath County Fair, regular rodeos, live entertainment, and a multitude of seminars, dances, and classes.
Train Mountain Railroad Museum
The largest model railroad on the planet boasts more than 36 miles of track. Right next door is the Klamath & Western Railroad, which offers rides every Saturday during the summer months.
Winter Wings Festival
Every February, birders and photographers gather in Southern Oregon's picturesque Klamath Basin to celebrate the joys of nature. You can count on seeing everything from golden eagles to prairie falcons.
Oregon Institute of Technology
Take a tour of the school’s Klamath Falls campus and learn all about its nearly three dozen degree programs, including applied sciences, health technologies, engineering, and psychology.
Spend an hour or an entire day hiking the trails of Hogsback Mountain. Located just outside of Klamath Falls, the mountain got its name because from a distance it looks like the shoulders of a pig.
Crater Lake Zipline
The longest zipline in the state of Oregon is only at Crater Lake. Get ready for three hours of incredible views that include Cascade Mountain, Upper Klamath Lake, and the rim of Crater Lake.
Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport
Located a few miles outside of Klamath Falls, the airport offers a few commercial airline flights. It's also known for its military aviation and general aviation, which includes corporate jets and gliders.
Kingsley Field Air National Guard
Based at Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport, Kingsley Field is where the 173rd Fighter Wing of the Oregon Air National Guard trains its highly-skilled air-to-air combat pilots and flight doctors.