Klamath Falls, Oregon


Just southeast of Medford and Ashland lies the growing community of Klamath Falls. Home to nearby Crater Lake National Park, Klamath Falls, and surrounding Klamath County, boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the world!

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Area Attractions
Crater Lake National ParkCrater Lake National Park
It once was Mt. Mazama, a towering landmark centuries ago. But a violent eruption created Oregon's prized landmark famous for it's blue waters and natural surroundings.
The Falls of the North Umpqua River

The Falls of the North Umpqua River
The many waterfalls along the North Umpqua River and Highway 138 are among the best. There's variety, beauty and easy access.

Nearby Lodging
The Running Y RanchThe Running Y Ranch
3600 acres of wooded hills is everything you’ll need to experience a life that until now has only lived within your imagination.
Microtel SutherlinGuestHouse Inn & Suites in Sutherlin
Exceptional service and unsurpassed cleanliness at reasonable rates. Enjoy excellent restaurant options and wineries nearby, and wine tasting on Saturdays.
Historic Prospect Hotel in Prospect
Crater Lake's closest Historic Hotel Bed and Breakfast, Motel and Dinner House. 10 Exquisite Bed & Breakfast rooms have private baths, beds with quilts, period furnishings, and hearty breakfasts. Modern Motel rooms are family & pet friendly.
Aspen Ridge Resort in BlyAspen Ridge Resort in Bly
Thinking cowboys?  Think Oregon.  Visit our 14000-acre working cattle ranch. Rental cabins and lodge rooms, great restaurant, horseback riding.  Two hours to Crater Lake; ninety minutes to Klamath Falls.
Quality Inn in Klamath Falls
The hotel is also walking distance from most city businesses, government offices and several downtown shops. Visitors will enjoy duck hunting, goose hunting and fresh water fishing in the surrounding area.
Econo Lodge in Klamath Falls is conveniently located off Highway 97 in the heart of downtown Klamath Falls. Area attractions include the Klamath County Museum, the Klamath County Fairgrounds and Lake Klamath.
Point Comfort LodgePoint Comfort Lodge
Historic Lodge on Klamath Lake Oregon
Built in 1912 she is the Grande Dame of the Lake.
http://www.vrbo.com/   Lodge #233177  Cabin 1 #247058
Cabin 2 #235074e
The Comfort Inn & Suites® in Klamath Falls is ideally located in the heart of Klamath Falls, which sits on the southern shore of Upper Klamath Lake.

The Klamath Basin is a depression formed by a huge prehistoric lake in the eastern foothills of the Cascade mountains. It has long been home to many Native American tribes, including the Klamaths, Modocs and the Yahooskins.

Trappers were the first westerners to visit the region, arriving in the 1820s. Explorers came next, searching for a southern route through the Cascade mountains.

Following the end of the Modoc Indian War in 1873, ranchers, farmers, and business-people began arriving to settle the area. Rapid growth of towns and industry followed the advent of the railroad in Klamath County in 1909. As Linkville grew and eventually reached out to encompass its neighbor, Altamont, the residents decided that the name was inadequate to describe the area's beauty and potential, and they renamed the city "Klamath Falls."