City Parks

The City Parks system consists of 30 areas totaling 700 acres. These are mini, neighborhood, or regional parks, with special use areas, natural open space and landscaped areas.

The City Parks system consists of 30 areas totaling 700 acres. These are mini, neighborhood, or regional parks, with special use areas, natural open space and landscaped areas.

Park Safety

The mission of the City of Klamath Falls City Parks staff is to provide park guests and park neighbors with a safe and trouble-free environment through:

"Service, Safety and Preservation"

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Parks Master Plan

Park Maps & Descriptions

Conger

The Conger Park area consists of 10.6 acres leased to the Klamath School District. It contains two softball fields with backstop and perimeter fencing along with two soccer fields with bleachers. The park is in good condition and is maintained by the School District; however, it remains open to public use.


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Mills-Kiwanis

Mills-Kiwanis Park is 2.40 acres featuring two small youth ballfields with backstops; bleachers; basketball court; restroom(currently closed)/storage building; drinking fountain; benches, playground equipment; irrigation system; and paths. This park receives a high amount of use in the community and surrounding neighborhood.


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Krause

Krause Park was developed by the neighborhood and funded by a local company. The vegetation that exists is young, but after time it will mature, creating shade areas for park users. Krause Park features a soccer field; basketball court; modular children's playground; picnic tables; park sign; and irrigation system.


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Kit Carson Park

Kit Carson Park is adjacent to and provides access from the Canal Trail, which makes a good connection to the entire park system. There is room for expansion on narrow strips of land to the south, where the Boys Scouts Building is located. The recently erected a new pavilion at Kit Carson Park and have made significant improvements to the park. It features a softball field with backstop, tennis courts, picnic area and plenty of parking.


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Fairview

This park offers a distant view of the surrounding hills, as well as rolling topography. It is located in an existing residential area, and is adjacent to the Linkville Cemetery. Fairview Park features 3.10 acres with a children's playground and large open play area.


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All City Parks

Below is a map that provides a view of all City Parks with their names and locations. CLICK HERE or the map image below to see the large version of the map and to zoom in.

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Contact Information

Title Name Phone Fax
Parks Reservations & Requests Janna Micka 541-883-5351 541-883-5390
Parks Manager John Bellon 541-883-5391 541-883-5390
Parks Supervisor Terry Sellars 541-883-4103 541-883-5390

Office Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday
Closed ALL major holidays.