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Visit Crater Lake

July 15, 2018

Oregon is one of the most bountiful states in the United States, known for its greenery and variety of scenic views. From oceanside cliffs to dense forest to open flatlands and even high mountains, Oregon has much to offer. One of the most beautiful and serene places to visit is Crater Lake. At 1,949 feet at its deepest point, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States, and the ninth deepest in the world. Filled by no rivers flowing into or out of crater lake, or even thermal fluids se...

Top 4 Reasons Why You Should Visit Klamath Falls

May 15, 2018

Klamath Falls is a gorgeous city that is full of mesmerizing wildlife and stunning scenery wherever you go. Surrounded by forestry at the lakeside of Lake Ewauna, Klamath Falls is full of many attractions that are bound to make your trip to this beautiful city an exciting and memorable adventure! Listed below are the top four most popular attractions in Klamath Falls, given to you as inspiration for your next trip to this wonderful city. About Klamath Falls The Klamath County Museum is one of ...

About Klamath Falls

March 15, 2018

Located in Klamath County, Oregon, Klamath Falls is home to many outdoor summer and winter activities as well as many different museums, lakes, and parks, such as Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake National Park the only national park in Oregon, and is home to the deepest lake in the United States that is listed at 1,943ft at its deepest point. The lake was formed by the volcano, Mount Mazama, about over 7,000 years ago. The park officially opened up in 1902, making it the oldest national pa...

Sightseeing Tours in Klamath Falls

February 15, 2018

There are some indelibly fun things to do at Klamath Falls in Oregon. The high desert next to Southern Cascade Mountains is a quaint region. The natural scenic beauty combined with the warm hospitality make for a lovely short weekend or a weeklong vacation. The wildlife preserves, scenic drives, and outdoor entertainment & recreation will satisfy even the most demanding vacationer. You may need to sign up for a tour in some places, and for some, you can drive to and from on your own. Sights...

Quality Inn Klamath Falls – Drive the Volcanic Legacy Scenic BywayPost navigation

October 15, 2017

The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway All America Road is a 500 mile journey that takes the adventurist from volcano to volcano along the California and Oregon Cascade Range of Mountains.  The Southern end of this scenic drive begins at California’s Lake Almanor in the shadow of Mount Lasssen Volcanic National Park and culminates in Oregon at Crater Lake National Park. Along this byway, you will be taken past the slopes of Mount Shasta, which summits at 14,162 feet, McArthur-Burney Falls ...

The Collier Memorial State Park

April 15, 2017

The Collier Memorial State Park is a beautiful state park and historic museum located approximately 30 miles north of Klamath Falls just off Highway 97, which is definitely worth checking out if you are visiting the area. The large expanse of land can provide you and your family a great time to spend together outdoors offering hiking trails for those who enjoy hiking, and many other exceptional park facilities. The Park’s museum is also a great place to explore where you will discover the ...

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