View information about events and fairs at the Klamath County Fairgrounds.
From our turn-of-the-20th-century downtown with its vintage restored theater, to nearby sites and museums exploring Native American culture and WWII, Klamath is a fascinating destination for history buffs and family explorers.
Ella Redkey Pool
The Ella Redkey Pool offers a variety of classes and programs in addition to open swimming.
Klamath County Library is actively committed to providing open and equal access and guidance to information resources, literature, and ideas for all our county residents.
The Linkville Players is the oldest community theater group in the Klamath Basin. It is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization devoted to presenting an annual season of dramatic productions for the benefit and enjoyment of local residents, visitors to the area, and others interested in theater.
Check out outdoor recreation opportunities in Klamath Falls like biking, fishing, horseback riding, and water sports.
Our parks and trails in Klamath Falls contribute to the vibrancy of our city by connecting community members and visitors to one another, our natural resources, recreation opportunities, and our rich heritage.
Wanting to get away? Find ideas for road trips in the Klamath Falls area.
Ross Ragland Theater
The Ross Ragland Theater, a renovated 1940s movie theater, is a year-round, multicultural, multidisciplinary arts center. The theater, with near-perfect sight lines and acoustics, provides the perfect venue for a wide array of touring performing artists as well as local productions.
Looking to do some shopping? From antiques to art to secondhand shops, Klamath Falls has a shop for all your needs.
The YMCA of Klamath Falls offers a variety of programs for youth, families, and adults, including sports, fitness, aquatics, and afterschool and summer camps.
Events in our local area