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Klamath Falls Oregon Attractions


Baldwin Hotel Museum
31 Main St., Klamath Falls, OR 97601, phone: (541) 883-4207

Favell Museum of Western Art and Artifacts
125 West Main St., PO Box 165, Klamath Falls, OR 97601, phone: (541) 882-9996, email: [email protected] -- Favell Museum of western Art and Artifacts Reflecting the heritage of the west, on display over 100,000 Indian artifacts and works of over 300 major contemporary western artists. Largest miniature gun collection in the world. Print sales gallery and original art gallery with all media. Bookstore and gift shop.

Fort Klamath Museum
Hwy 62, 2 miles south of Ft. Klamath, Oregon, phone: 541-381-2230

Klamath County Loop Drives
Northern Loop -- 54 miles of spectacular mountain beauty in Central Oregon's High Desert. All seasons offer great recreation opportunities. Begin in Chemult and see Miller Lake, then drive north to Hwy. 58. Crescent Lake and Odell Lake are fishing havens; current events can be obtained at the Willamette Pass Visitor Center. Double back to Crescent Lake Junction to Crescent Road to visit Crescent and Historic Gilchrist.
Upper Loop -- From Klamath Falls, a 93-mile loop encompassing nature trails, trophy fishing spots, canoe trips through a refuge, Mares Eggs botanical area, an extra loop to Crater Lake. Then, stop by the Fort Klamath Museum or collier Logging Museum for a history lesson.
Lava Beds Loop -- South from Klamath Falls for a 110-mile loop including Bald Eagles, the Applegate Immigrant Trail and National Wildlife Refuge on Highway 161. Explore the caves at Lava Beds National Monument, site of the Modoc Indian War, 1872-73.

Klamath County Museum
1451 Main St., Klamath Falls, Oregon, phone: 541-883-4208

OC&E Woods Line State Trail
Welcome to the OC&E Woods Line State Trail Oregon's longest linear park! This 100-mile, rail-to-trail conversion is built on the old railbed of the Oregon, California, and Eastern Railroad. The trail is open for all non-motorized recreation, beginning in the heart of Klamath Falls, extending east to Bly and north to the lush Sycan Marsh. From its beginnings as a railroad carrying millions of board feet of timber and railcars loaded with cattle, to its present cargo of recreational trail users, this railroad line has always been on the move.

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