Plan Your Trip

There is so much to see and do in Klamath County.  From Crater Lake National Park, to Lava Beds National Monument, explore historic attractions, museums, and more!  Klamath County is the perfect destination for travelers wanting to experience the best of the Cascades.  Everything is within easy touring distance.  The following are sample itineraries offering ideas of what there is to see and do in Klamath County.

7 Days in Volcano Country on the VLSB - Portland to San Francisco on the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway

Arrive in Portland midafternoon, Oregon’s largest city. Explore Portland on your own by the MAX or using the Portland Hop-On Hop-Off Big Pink Trolley Tour with visits to: Powell’s City of books, Lan Su Chinese Gardens, shop at Pioneer Square and Portland Art Museum. Grab a bite to eat...

Birding in the Klamath Basin - Enjoyment For Any Season

Traveling to Klamath County in the depth of winter may seem to defy reason, but for the birdwatcher, the season and place combine to produce a mouth-watering array of species. Year-round, seasonal opportunities for birding provide viewing many of the 350 species which call the Klamath Basin home.

Circle of Discovery - Northern California and Southern Oregon are home to SEVEN national park sites

Northern California and Southern Oregon are home to seven national park sites known as the Circle of Discovery. According to the National Parks Service, this circle of parks protects everything from America’s tallest trees and deepest lake to hydro thermal areas, marble caves, and dramatic waterfalls.

Epic Cycling Adventures - Tour Klamath County on Two Wheels

Get your daily vitamin D while you ride over mountain passes, in the country past tranquil farmlands or bone-shaking terrain that challenges both cyclist and rider in the high desert landscape. With over 300 days of sunshine and spectacular scenery, the Klamath Basin is one of the west’s best cycling destinations. Try one or ride them all!

The Best of The West - San Francisco, Redwoods Giants, Crater Lake, and more!

If this is your first visit to San Francisco we recommend you get a lay of the land by embarking on one of the hop-on hop-off sightseeing tours. Union Square, Chinatown and the famous Painted Ladies on ...

Views, Blues & Brews! Explore Caves, Volcanoes, and More...

On your trek to Reno, make a pit stop at South Lake Tahoe where natural scenery borders on the ridiculously beautiful Sierra Nevada’s – no matter the season! Then, off to the Biggest Little City in the World! Whether you’re a Burning Man veteran or have it on your bucket list, one thing’s for sure ...