Klamath Falls has many fun and exciting things to do. Chances are you'll run out of time before you run out of activities.
- Crater Lake National Park
- Ella Redkey Pool
- Farmers Market
- Klamath Lake
- More Activities
- Ross Ragland Theater
- Veteran’s Park
Crater Lake National Park
A must see for anyone intending to visit Klamath Falls. Just 60 miles north of Klamath Falls, the park's main attraction is of course the famed Crater Lake, with its vibrant blue colors. Whether you hike the many trails, take a boat tour of the famous blue waters or just enjoy the view, Crater Lake has something for everyone.
Ella Redkey Pool
The Ella Redkey pool is geothermally-heated and offers Adult Lap Swim, Masters Swimming, Aqua Exercise classes for shallow water and deep water, as well as Open Swim and Family Swim times.
The pool is home to the Basin Aquatics swim team, which provides competitive swim programs for ages 5 to 18.
Enjoy an open air market with fresh, locally grown produce, bakery and fine handcrafted goods. The market is open every Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. through October 11th on 9th and Main Street.
The Running Y Ranch Resort has Oregon's only Arnold Palmer designed gold course while Shield Crest has Klamath Basin's longest golf course. Not to be out done, Harbor Links is located on the Klamath Lake with picturesque views at every hole. Learn more about golfing in Klamath Falls.
Klamath Lake is the largest natural lake in Oregon and the center for all sorts of water fun in the summer. Acres of lakeside parks with biking, hiking, and canoeing are an ideal way to spend a summer day.
Klamath Falls is ideal for many other activities you may want to enjoy.
Ross Ragland Theater
The Ross Ragland Theater is a visual and performing arts center committed to providing quality, affordable, culturally diverse events and related educational opportunities.
The Memorial was constructed through the hard work, volunteer time and donations of the community. It features memorial bricks for past and present military personnel, an informational kiosk and a covered pavilion.