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Recent Klamath Falls reviews

  • Cozy cabin on Upper Klamath Lake

    "My husband and I loved this little cabin. We used it as a jump off to go to Crater Lake and to explore nearby trails. We stopped in Klamath Falls to buy bread at the excellent Green Blades Bakery and supplies. The cabin was super clean and the bed was very comfortable. The kitchen had everything needed. Cheryl was extremely helpful and was very easy to reach. I sincerely hope our travels take us this way again!"
    Guest: Cateturned60 Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 5, 2014
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  • Great Vacation home

    "We are a family of 6 and we stayed for 3 days (only…) during August 2014. We have enjoyed the house. The part we liked the most is that it is very well equipped with all you will need for a vacation home (spices, different sauces in the fridge, tea, baking products, oils, soap and shampoo in every bath etc.) so actually all you will need to bring is the fresh supplies and your clothes. The house is very clean as well and gives you a feeling of home. When we arrived (late at night) we found a note saying the BBQ is out of order. Later that night we found that the microwave did not worked as well. The next morning I contacted the land lady and by the next evening we had a new BBQ and a new microwave installed!! That for me tells it all - thank you for that. The one down side in our stay were the Midges. On our way the first night our car was literally covered with them and during the night you could not open a window as they would swarm to the lights even through the window screens. Even during the day they were hovering all over (although they do no bite or anything) and are a huge nuisance. Don’t know how – but try to avoid that time of the year. We were unable to enjoy the surroundings of the house or the beautiful deck (although we could see the birds come to feed). As others wrote the location is great for both Crater Lake and the Lava beds and if you are a golfer – it is the best - as it is located within the golf course. Highly recommended."
    Guest: DIL11 Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 2014
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  • Perfect Waterfront Gathering Place

    "This home is beautiful and very comfortable. While only 5 of us steyed at the house, my family and I had a small celebration for my mother's 82nd birthday here. The kitchen is large and open to the dining and living room area which made it easy for all of us to spend time together. We all loved the variey of birds that couldn't be missed from the glass front windows facing the water. We were also amazed at the atrium entryway with so many living, blooming plants. I didn't know geraniums bloomed in February! You really feel like you're visiting friends as you get to know Jim and Stephanie through all their photos, awards and recognition hanging on the walls throughout the house. We really had a great time and hope to come back next year!"
    Guest: Carol S. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 21, 2014
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  • Everything is here!

    "There were 4 of us who shared 3 nights in this well-appointed, comfortable cabin. The grounds were lovely and with the bonus of a full moon on the water, we had spectacular views by day and night. We enjoyed the quiet, the wildlife, the fishing. This place offered a great jump-off point for biking and hikes as well. It was the perfect place for a long, quiet-yet-active weekend. We will return!"
    Guest: Western Seeker Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 22, 2014
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Klamath Falls Travel Tips

Do Not Miss out on Klamath Falls Rentals

Oregon travel simply is not the same without a family vacation booked in Klamath Falls rentals. The city is located on the southern edge of the state, within the Klamath Basin. On the northern edge of town, you will find the impressive Klamath Lake on which many Klamath Falls lodgings are located. With spectacular views of the lake and mountains, there is no reason why the whole family will not have a wonderful time.

Parks and Museums to See near Klamath Falls Lodging

The region in which Klamath Falls rentals are located is just wondrous. When you visit, definitely plan on spending some time at Crater Lake National Park. Just 45 minutes from Klamath Falls, it is well worth the trip. You will have the chance to see some exciting bird species as well as other local flora and fauna at the park. Also, during your Oregon travel, try to swing by the Klamath County Museum which houses relics and artifacts from the pioneer days as well as a Native American collection.

Oregon Travel Is Perfect for Outdoor Recreation

If you love hunting, fishing, and the great outdoors, Oregon travel is definitely for you. Most Klamath Falls lodging is situated around or very close to the gorgeous Klamath Lake which connects to the Klamath River as well as the Williamson River. You may rent a boat or fish from the banks but either way, fishing is fabulous in this region. The view from the hiking trails is also simply amazing so if you simply enjoy the outdoors, there is no shortage of activities for you.

See Ancient Lava Flows near Klamath Falls Rentals

While enjoying your stay in Klamath Falls lodging, you will not want to miss the Lava Beds National Monument. This national monument is easily accessible from most Klamath Falls rentals; it's about 30 miles to the southeast. Just over the California border, you will have the opportunity to explore an array of lava tubes unique to the area. Additionally, the site serves as a monument to the Modoc Indian War of 1873 so you also get a taste of local history.

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