Local Area Attractions Near Klamath Falls KOA Journey

When you stay at Klamath Falls KOA Journey, you get easy access to many local activities and attractions, from hiking trails to museums such as the Favell Museum and the Baldwin Hotel Museum. Our campground is near the OC&E Trail, a 100-mile biking, walking and roller-skating path built in an old railbed. Crater Lake National Park is also within a short drive. You can explore many hiking trails in the national park as well. 

If you are looking for Klamath Falls campgrounds near hiking trails and Upper Klamath Lake, book your stay at Klamath Falls KOA Journey today.

Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park hosts a diverse array of activities. While enjoying the natural scenic wonders, park visitors may hike in old-growth forests, participate in various interpretive activities, camp out, or cross-country ski during the eight-month-long winters experienced here in the high Cascades.

1 Sager Building Highway 62

Crater Lake, OR 97604

541-594-3000

Collier Logging Museum

Collier Logging Museum

The Collier Logging Museum began in 1947 with the donation of a collection of antique logging equipment, some of which is quite rare. The museum displays how logging equipment has evolved from the use of oxen and felling axes to modern diesel tractors and trucks. Also spotlighted is the vital role the railroad played in the timber industry.

46000 US-97

Chiloquin, OR 97624

541-783-2471

Lava Beds National Monument

Lava Beds National Monument

Volcanic eruptions of the Medicine Lake shield volcano have created an incredibly rugged landscape punctuated by cinder cones, lava flows, spatter cones, lava tube caves and pit craters. Visitors can tour both the geologic and historic wonders of this unique landscape.

1 Indian Well

Tulelake, CA 96134

530-667-8100

Favell Museum of Western Art & Indian Artifacts

Favell Museum of Western Art & Indian Artifacts

Attractions abound at the Favell Museum. The museum features the largest miniature firearm collection on display, as well as pioneer and Native American artifacts, baskets and paintings. The museum showcases over 100,000 artifacts dating back thousands of years to the first settlers in North America. All forms of western art are also on exhibit. The collection of art pieces have been created by numerous well-known western artists who used their talents to tell the story of the West.

125 W Main St.

Klamath Falls, OR 97601

541-882-9996

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Baldwin Hotel Museum

Baldwin Hotel Museum

This building originally opened in 1906 as a hardware store and served as a hotel from 1908 to 1977, when it then became a public museum. It contains artifacts and antiques related to our local history. If you stay at our Klamath Falls campground located near historic downtown Klamath Falls, be sure to check out this interesting nearby museum to see 40 rooms filled with antiques and artifacts. Many rooms have specific themes, like a kitchen, laundry room, children's room, music parlor, doctor's office and lawyer's office.

31 Main St.

Klamath Falls, OR 97601

541-883-4027

Local Area Recreation Near Klamath Falls KOA Journey

Harbor Links Golf Course

Harbor Links Golf Course

Located on Upper Klamath Lake, this links style golf course will challenge all level of golfer.

601 Harbor Isle Blvd.

Klamath Falls, OR 97601

541-882-0609

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Running Y Golf Course

Running Y Golf Course

The City of Sunshine, Klamath Falls, Oregon is home to this Arnold Palmer designed 18 hole golf course. Set in the Southern Oregon Cascades, beautiful views abound as you make your way through the pine trees from tee to green.

5500 Running Y Rd.

Klamath Falls, OR 97601

541-850-5500

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18 Hole Mini Golf Course - Running Y Golf Course

18 Hole Mini Golf Course - Running Y Golf Course

This isn't your run of the mill miniature golf course; you won't find any windmills here.  This natural grass 18 hole mini golf course combines water hazards, sand traps and provides just enough of a challenge for the experienced putter while being just as much fun for the kids. No tee time required and no equipment required (putter and balls provided), first come, first served.

5500 Running Y Rd.

Klamath Falls, OR 97601

541-850-5500

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Ranger-Led Snowshoe Walks at Crater Lake National Park

Ranger-Led Snowshoe Walks at Crater Lake National Park

Only a short drive from Klamath Falls, Crater Lake offers unmatched winter beauty, so get outside and experience it to the fullest. When the snow flies the snowshoes come out! No snowshoes? No experience? No problem, snowshoes are provided, no experience is necessary and the walks are FREE! Saturdays, Sundays and most holidays from mid December thru April. Check the website for other daily offering times.

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