Klamath Falls, OR Hotel 4061 S. 6th St. Klamath Falls OR, 97603 US - 541-882-1200
Enjoy the Klamath Falls open air market! There is plenty of fresh, locally grown produce, baked goods, as well as handcrafted goods. The market is open every Saturday at 9:30am, until 1:00pm, thru until mid October (9th and Main St.)
A must see while you stay at the Vagabond Inn & Suites Klamath Falls. Just 60 miles north, the park's main attraction is the famed Crater Lake. You can hike the many trails, take a boat tour of the famous blue waters or just enjoy the beauty of Crater Lake. There's something to do for everyone at Crater Lake.
Just 30 miles from the Vagabond Inn & Suites Klamath Falls, the Lava Beds National Monument is located near the town of Tulelake, California. The lava beds allows you to explore an area that has the highest concentration of lava tubes.
Klamath Lake is the largest natural lake in Oregon and the center for all sorts of water fun in the summer. You can bike, hike, and canoe in the acres and acres of surrounding lakeside parks. Only five miles from the Vagabond Inn and Suites Klamath Falls, outdoor fun and adventure awaits you!
The Ross Ragland Theater is a visual and performing arts center, and just a few minutes drive from the Vagabond Inn and Suites Klamath Falls. It provides quality, affordable and culturally diverse events.
While staying at our Hotel - Vagabond Inn an Suites Klamath Falls-, take a historical tour of the city on the Linkville Trolley. Visit www.basintransit.com for more information. (541) 883-2877
Kiger Stadium is the home of the Klamath Falls Gems (West Coast League)> The Gems give Klamath Falls visitors another reason to visit.the ballpark, and stay at our hotel - the Vagabond Inn and Suites Klamath Falls!
12 Ranch Wines is a small family owned winery located in Bonanza, Oregon. It is a pleasant 20 minutes drive east of our Vagabond Inn & Suites Klamath Falls.
This diverse 140 mile byway follows the brims of lakes, wetlands, scenic ranches, thriving croplands, and forests full of bald eagles. It passes Crater Lake national Park, and as the byway passes the Upper Klamath Lake region you can see over 1 million birds during peak migrations, in the fall. This scenic drive is beautiful, all year round. President Roosevelt's favorite fishing spots were in the six National Wildlife Refuges in these wetlands.
The outback is also in our back yard. Visitors will enjoy seeing bald eagles, American peregrine falcons, and many other birds. The sweeping views of the high desert ecosystems are breathtaking, and they can be enjoyed while you stay with us at the Vagabond Inn & Suites Klamath Falls.
You can ride horses into the Winema National Forest, with easy access to horseback and carriage trails, while staying with us at the Vagabond Inn and Suites Klamath Falls.
Is white water rafting your thing? There are many adventues to be had, and many outfits in Sourthern Oregon that will take out on the rivers.
Many campgrounds to choose from, when staying at the Vagabond Inn & Suites Klamath Falls.
Is sailing more your cup-of-tea? There are many Marina's to choose from.. Choose a 6-crew Catalina 22 or the 8-crew Catalina 25. many boats have interior cabin space with dinette, restroom and salon seating.
Mt. Ashland, Mt. Shasta, Mt. Bachelor and the Willamette Ski areas are very popular amongst our visitors to the Vagabond Inn & Suites Klamath Falls.
The Pacific Crest Trail, Crater Lake, and the Mount McLoughlinTrail are just a few hiking areas that are popular to visitors in Klamath Falls. There are just too many trails to mention. The Pacific Crest Trail alone is the jewel in the crown of America's Scenic trails. Crater Lake offers more than 90 miles of trails, leding into the backcountry of Crater Lake National Park.
Among the abundant fishing opportunities in the Klamath region is Klamath Lake, nearly 30 miles long and up to eight miles wide, Upper Klamath Lake is the largest body of freshwater west of the Rockies. Record trout populate the rivers feeding upper Klamath Lake.
Klamath County is blessed with an abundance of deer and elk. Those herds are tiny compared to the numbers of migrating geese and ducks who use the county as a vital stopover. local hunters and fly fishermen proudly state that there are few places on the planet as rich in wildlife as Klamath County.
The annual Snowflake Festival has a multitude of activities scheduled. From films to bazaars, brunches, gingerbread house competitions, tree lighting with the mayor, and many more events scheduled. Visit www. ci.klamath-falls.or.us/Snowflake/YYYY-events for this year's schedule.
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