KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – A bus tour of historic sites in the Lower Klamath Lake area south of Klamath Falls will be offered Saturday, June 29, by the Klamath County Museum.Read More
Klamath Falls, Ore. - Discover Klamath Visitor and Convention Bureau, in partnership with Two Rivers Art Gallery and Cycle Oregon, will host the Cycle Oregon Classic at Diamond Lake on September 11, 12, and 13, 2019.
Discover Klamath has graciously accepted the role of Community Manager and is currently seeking organizations to help assist by filling many roles and various aspects in order to successfully host the Cycle Oregon Classic. These organizations can be, but are not limited to: Church Groups, School Teams, Non-Profits, Service Organizations, and more.Read More
When you visit Klamath Falls, you may be wondering about the variety of attractions that are offered there. While you may be going through Klamath Falls to help you get to Crater Lake National Park or the Lava Beds National Monument or to nearby waterfalls, you won’t want to miss what Klamath Falls attractions have.Read More
Klamath Falls is a wonderful playground for numerous outdoor adventures – such as Upper Klamath Lake – as well as being a truly scenic location. If you’re choosing to visit this superb location in the winter, you may be wondering what the best things to do in Klamath Falls in winter are. To help you narrow down your search and be prepared for fun in the snow, consider doing one of these 6 things to do in Klamath Falls in winter. With these helpful ideas, you will be sure to make the most of winter in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Let’s get started!Read More
Crater Lake, Ore. – Crater Lake National Park has announced that the popular ranger-guided snowshoe walks are about to begin for the 2018-19 winter season.
The walks will take place on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays from December 8 through April 28. They will also be offered daily from December 15 through January 6, except on Christmas Day. Snowshoes are provided free of charge for these hikes, and no previous snowshoeing experience is necessary.Read More
CRATER LAKE, OR – On November 1st, the park will begin charging its winter entrance fee. The fee is $15 per car or motorcycle and $10 per person. It is good for 7 days, and will be collected at the Annie Creek Entrance Station or the backcountry office at park headquarters.Read More
July and August are historically the hottest part of the year in the Klamath Basin. It is easy to stay home and chill under your air conditioning but what if you have cabin fever or you simply do not have A/C at home? You could just stay home and suffer wishing you had A/C or you could get out and have an adventure.Read More
There is nothing quite like the fresh air, open skies and cool breeze of Lake of the Woods. That is, unless you are biking it with your family. There is a smooth, well maintained trail that runs between Sunset Campground and Aspen Point Campground around the northeast side of the lake.Read More
Few outdoor adventure sports are growing like kayaking and fewer places have the beauty and majesty of the Klamath Basin waterways. Together with the Klamath Falls KOA we bring you, in no particular order, the 5 locations to Kayak in and around the Klamath Basin.Read More
Mothers Day is this weekend and what better way to celebrate Mom than to spend quality time with her. With the help of the Klamath Falls KOA Journey we have created a list of 10 family friendly spring activities to do with Mom this weekend.
The Linville Lopers Running and Walking Club offers anyone the chance to lace on a pair of shoes to run a race, explore a trail and meet a fun group of people. With the help of the Klamath Falls KOA Journey we take a look into the Linkville Lopers and some upcoming events.Read More
Spring is finally here, now the adventure can begin. Today we take a brief look at road biking (bicycling) in the basin. With the help of the Klamath Falls KOA Journey we and RideKlamathRide.com we will take a look at three great road routes (Easy, Moderate and Difficult) to enjoy right now in the basin.Read More
This weekend is the time to celebrate the world on which we live. Earth Day is officially April 22, but many Klamath Basin organizations are taking the weekend to offer events where everyone can celebrate.Read More
Grasses are green, trees are budding, flowers are starting to bloom and the bees are even beginning to buzz. Spring is here and what better way to welcome it than to get outside and enjoy with a round of golf. The Klamath Basin is home to some of Oregon's most spectacular and simplest golf courses around to challenge your skills.Read More
Located in a small corner of the tallest building in downtown Klamath Falls is the intimate small scale theater, with big adventure, Linkville Playhouse. Home to eight productions annually, the Linkville Playhouse is a hidden gem of the basin. With the help of the Klamath Falls KOA Journey we take a look behind the curtain of The Linkville.Read More
Home to a large collection of Native American Artifacts and Contemporary Western Art the Favell Museum is a cultural treasure of North and South America, located right here in the Klamath Basin. With the help of the Klamath Falls KOA Journey we explore what the Favell Museum has to offer.Read More
With the snow falling, many chose to ignore the snowflakes and dream of sitting on a beach with the warm sun. While others cannot wait to adventure in the frozen white flurries. With the help of the Klamath Falls KOA Journey we look at four family friendly places to go sledding in all the newly fallen snow.Read More
Located in downtown Klamath Falls, is a magical place that will help you escape from your day to day stress, relax with the girls and on some nights enjoy a bit of wine with your painting. Wild Pigments Art Studio is a place for creatives to express themselves with a bit of guidance and education.Read More
There are only a few hours remaining until the start of the 39th Annual Winter Wings Festival. This year’s festival will offer more activities than ever before. With the help of the Klamath Falls KOA Journey we look at this year’s festival.
The Winter Wings Festival is one of the largest birding festivals in the nation celebrating the largest wintering population of Bald Eagles in the lower 48 states. Typically numbering 500-800 eagles. Other birds include – massive flocks of waterfowl and large number of wintering raptors.Read More