Klamath Falls Travel Guide

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Klamath Falls Things to Do

  • Newton Drury Parkway

    This is another scenic alternate to Hiway 101 just south of Klamath.(coming out a few miles from Orick) We took it and saw Big Tree Wayside, a really big tree and only about 2 minutes from the parking lot. Other wonderful trees to be seen all along the road.

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  • Crater Lake National Park

    7th largest and deepest lake in the world within the remains of an ancient volcano. Spectacular scenery and great hiking trails.

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  • Decoration on facade - Williams Building

    I've seen pictures of this facade elsewhere on the internet, it has something that makes it stand out from the rest of the buildings in Klamath Falls. Guess it's the skull ...

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Klamath Falls Hotels

Klamath Falls Restaurants

  • Great Sandwiches!

    Bailey's is located upstairs at the Klamath Falls Airport. The restaurant offers a great view of the surrounding mountains. I had the Pastrami Meltdown, good sandwhich and fries. Service was good and the food was inexpensive! Pastrami Meltdown

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  • Oregon Mexican Food!

    I was pleasantly surprised with the tastiness of the Oregon Mexican food I had at Sergio's. Coming from San Antonio, Texas, I was skeptical at first but it was good. It tasted like the Tex-Mex from home. Great Enchiladas!

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  • Steak House

    We had some pretty good steaks here at John and Lori's. The restaurant is downtown off mainstreet. Good beer selection and outstanding service! Steaks! T-Bone.

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  • Great Burgers!

    Man you've got to try the Brawny Burgers here, tasty and greasy! Good fries, onion rings and shakes!

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  • The food chain...

    Applebee's is the only recognizable chain store restaurant I saw in Klamath Falls. It is a new restaurant in the newer, upscale part of town near the local technical university.The food was good, pretty standard fair. Try the local microbrews.

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  • I'm A Creature Of Habit

    The only time I've eaten at a Taco Bell in the last five years is when I pass through Klamath Falls, Oregon. This does not mean that I don't like Taco Bell. It only means that I don't eat much fast food. But, every time I eat there, the people are so friendly.

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Klamath Falls Nightlife

  • Sport's Bar

    Aftershock is part of the Epi-Center Bowling alley. The place is rather large with many TV's and it doesn't get too smokey. I had a good Heffeweizen and chicken fingers.We watched the Spurs defeat Detroit and enjoyed their beer selection, food and service. None, this is Oregon, not LA!

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  • Klamath Blues Society

    We had arrived on a Sunday, Memorial Day Weekend), and had a good walk around town without finding much in the way of entertainment before we stumbled on the Creamery. It's a brewpub and BBQ and when we walked thro' the door we were stunned. The place was packed. We just managed a place at the bar. A band of sorts was warming up which turned out to...

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  • A small community is just...

    A small community is just about the same all over, Waldo's on main street is a good place with descent music and clientel and the normal friendly faces of the down to earth people.avoid the many small local pubs and saloons aroundGood crowd Good music on the weekends.Friendly Typically anything goes casual. A clean pair of jeans and t is about all...

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Klamath Falls Transportation

  • Great view of Crater Lake!

    The flight into Klamath Falls offered excellent views of the beautiful lake. We flew Horizon Air and had the best service I had in a long time. The complimentary beverages included a local microbrew Black Butte.

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  • By car or by bicycle, we have...

    By car or by bicycle, we have several bike paths that go from uptown by the college to clear out to farm land! It is a easy place to navigate, there are many one way streets downtown so pay attention!!

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Klamath Falls What to Pack

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    by astier Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Always bring cool and warm clothing. Dont go into the forest in sandals! Wear socks and shoes.

    Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Always! Bring warm clothes because it gets cold at night. Bring mosquito repellant and nets if you are not in a tent to protect yourself from them.

    Miscellaneous: If you dont like the waether here, wait a minute it will change! I have seen it go from a warm breezy sunny day to snowing and then to rain and back to sun within 3 hours!

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Klamath Falls Off The Beaten Path

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    by AussieKitten Updated Mar 10, 2003

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    Lake of the Woods - mountain pass near Klamath Falls with winter snowmobiling grounds, x country skiing and summer hike trails.

    Lake of the Woods mountain pass

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Klamath Falls Favorites

  • by suzann Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Moor Park is a delightfull well groom park with walking paths and wild life, with a great view of Klamath Lake.
    There are many art galaries with great artist. Crater Lake is an especially desireable area for new comers with walking paths and boat rides in the crater. There is a small company that has jet boat rides in Klamth Lake. The people are friendly and helpfull with many good hotels and eating establishes.

    Fondest memory: CLEAN AND SPARKLING atmosphere. The air is fresh and smells of pine. Winters are mild and summers are warm and usually dry.
    Sergio's Dos is a missed restaurant with great mexican food and on site home made tortillas.
    The wildlife in abundant, nature reserves are many and you get a fine choice of bird watching or relaxing in that shady place fishing the many fine lakes and streams.
    There is alot of new growth here and there is an extreme between the incoming retirees with their big money and the low cost of living here.

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