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.
Sightseeing Tours in Klamath Falls
There are fishing charters, eco-tours, kayaking tours which often include canoeing, wildlife and nature tours, standup paddle boarding and zip-line tours. Depending on what you intend to do, you can consult Crater Lake Zipline LLC that specializes in zip-line and aerial adventure; you may sign up with ROE or Real Oregon Experience to try your luck at fishing and Woody’s Guide Service may almost certainly help you hook a prized catch.
You don’t have to look for a tour operator to explore Favell Museum. You can also explore Bear Valley National Wildlife Refuge on your own. You should get a guidebook or read up about Klamath River Basin if you want to properly explore the unique ecosystems, its wildlife and marshes, lakes and rivers, wetlands and refuges. The basin offers everything from birding to canoeing, hiking to photography, wildlife watching to auto tours. One of the favorite pastimes for locals and an attraction for tourists is salmon fishing. Sail on the Klamath River, unwind and rejuvenate as you long for a hefty salmon.
Whatever you do in Klamath Falls and however long you stay, do not forget to explore Crater Lake National Park. This park is absolutely stunning with lakes and rivers, forests and highlands, apt for biking and hiking, boating during summer and skiing during winter. Collier Memorial State Park is another favorite among tourists. There are many scenic drives to and from the city. The most impressive of these is the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway. You would drive by volcanic peaks, swing by Klamath Lake and then up to Mount Scott. Finally, don’t depart Klamath Falls without driving along the Upper Klamath Lake Loop.
Stay at Quality Inn Klamath Falls
Quality Inn is conveniently located at 4061, South 6th Street in Klamath Falls. Favell Museum is just three miles to the west. Reserve your stay online at the hotel to get the best deal.