23 Ιουλ 2019 - 24 Ιουλ 2019
2 επισκέπτες - 1 δωμάτιο
I love Klamath Falls, I have grown up here and when you are younger you don't appreciate the area till you get to live in another area. Klamath is close to Crater Lake and there is a lot to do in the area. Collier Park Crater Lake Fishing Camping Snowmobiling Skiing Snowboarding Swimming Hiking Biking Birding Geocaching Lavabeds National Park Golfing Dining Festivals Farmers Markets Rodeos County Fairs Give the small town and chance and it will grow on you.
When it comes to Oregon many people have only heard of or ever been to Portland but the state is large and has a lot of natural beauty outside of the city.
Klamath Falls is a gateway to Crater Lake National Park and a place to either stay or drive on through. There's lots of water to the North and High Dessert to the South. The town itself is a bit confusing in terms of its layout and was somewhat unremarkable when I stayed here for the night or got off the Amtrak Train at the Klamath Falls Station. That train ride in these parts is actually very pretty, but just not in town. The city was originally called Linkville when George Nurse founded the town in 1867. It was named after the Link River on whose falls the city sat. The name was changed to Klamath Falls in 1892. The population is around 21,000.
2.5 Stars. It's just way to small for my liking. There's a lot of water around it for fishing and farmlands. Small community, made for folks who like being in rural areas.