Klamath Falls Travel Guide
Welcome to Klamath Falls!
The south-central Oregon city of Klamath Falls is abundant in beauty and offers diverse activities to suit a variety of tastes. From class-four whitewater rafting on the Klamath River, to catching a play in the Ross Ragland Theatre, to spelunking in the Lava Beds National Monument, Klamath Falls offers an array of natural and cultural wonders. As the the largest northern destination in the United States for wintering bald eagles, nearby Crater Lake National Park is of interest to visitors, while Lava Beds National Monument across the border in California draws spelunkers, campers and hikers. The Favell Museum displays over 60,000 mounted arrowheads and has an extensive collection of American Indian artifacts and western art. Klamath Falls sits on the southern shore of the Upper Klamath Lake, which offers camping, hiking and water activities. Befitting of a major tourist destination, a variety of accommodation is available here, from hotels and motels to resorts and campgrounds.
Hotels & Motels
The Holiday Inn Express Klamath Falls offers easy access to the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge, Lava Beds National Monument and Crater Lake National Park.