Klamath Falls Oregon Events

With the help of the Klamath County Museums, this vivid historical event offers young and old an insight into what infantry, artillery and civilian life were able to bring to the Civil War. Join us as we delve into history and help represent what the historic Modoc Wars that took place between 1872 and 1873 became, as well as the battle for the US Capitol in Washington, DC.

Lake of the Woods and Gerber Reservoir are popular fishing destinations, and visitors can enjoy the game and the beautiful views of Lake Oregon and its many lakes. If you prefer fishing, you can offer a great opportunity by exploring the nearby trails on horseback or if you prefer fishing. As trout and perch are the most important species, this offers great opportunities for recreational and professional fishermen.

Cross-country skiing or snowshoeing are possible at Lake of the Woods and Gerber Reservoir, both of which have great winter hiking trails. For skiing, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, home to the largest mountain ski area in the world, is just a few hours "drive from Klamath Falls. The nearby mountain forests provide a great backdrop for scenic views of Lake Oregon and the waterfalls. Near the waterfalls you will find large wildlife sanctuaries where you can enjoy a variety of wildlife such as bears, wolves, coyotes, elks and other wildlife.

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The park opens daily at 9 am and closes at 4 pm, except on the first Saturday of each month from July to September. Full skirmishes and battles take place throughout the day, from early morning until late evening, giving you many opportunities to experience a bygone era.

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Several stations in several parts of the park illustrate life in Oregon during border days, including a representative of the CCWS who reflects both the military and the civilian perspective of the conflict. Other exhibits include the Natural History Museum of Klamath Falls and the Oregon State Museum. The outdoor experience includes local lakes, rivers, birds and wildlife that call the water home. Rivers and lakes can be seen in all directions, as well as the many bird species, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish and birds.

A number of outfitters offer a variety of outdoor activities in and around Klamath Falls National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge, which is located on the south side of the waterfalls, is home to birds of all kinds, depending on the season. Bald eagles are seen on the mostly wet meadows of Miller's Creek, which is located south of Klameh Falls. Take a circular route to see the animals and the landscape, or go to Miller's, which is located on a largely dry meadow, and see bald eagles.

An east-west spur connects the small town of Beatty with Bly, and Klamath Falls at the south end leads to Beatty and the national woodland to the north. The trail can be followed by a number of trails, including the Klameh Falls Trail, Miller's Creek Trail and Mill River Trail.

If you are on the east side of Klamath Lake, you can take a look at Lake Tahoe and the Great Smoky Mountains to the north. If you go west, you will encounter the lake, and if you wish, stop to see the Wood River flowing through the pine forest and open meadows. East of this you will find dry desert scenery, but you can also stop for a picnic in the national forest, overlooking Mt. Rainier, the Cascade Mountains and some other peaks.

Golfers should visit the Shield Crest Golf Club, a public golf course on the southeast shore of Upper Klamath Lake, located on the east side of Klimath Falls. A drive from the park's main parking lot to the lake itself is a great way to explore the landscape. Possible stops on the way include bird watching on the banks of UpperKlamath Lake and the waterfalls, and a visit to Falls Lake State Park. The park and events are open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except Memorial Day and Labor Day.

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