A scenic city park with green grass, a shaded pavilion an dKlamath River access.
A 9.2 mile (one way) ride on a paved, one-lane country road. Follows the Klamath River on the far side. The ride has few elevation gains and descents.
The Klamath Basin Refuge Complex is made up of six (6) individual refuges all managed from one main office located in Tulelake, CA.
If you want a cool place to beat the heat, head to Dillon Creek Campground where you’ll find a superb natural and shaded swimming hole.
05/25/2019 Time: TBD
River Park, in Happy Camp provides a scenic city park with green grass, a shaded pavilion and handy access to the refreshing Klamath River.
A moderate 15 mile mountain bike trail that provides three to five hours of riding time. Experience elevation gains and descends on this trail.
The Lower Klamath Wildlife Refuge, with a backdrop of 14,000-foot Mount Shasta to the southwest, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark.
Located off Interstate 5 on Highway 3. Marble Peaks Ranch raises white and natural colored Corriedale sheep and breed pedigreed Anatolian Shepherd dogs.
John W. Scott, who discovered gold in the river at Scott Bar in the summer of 1850, invites you to come get your share. Welcome home to Northern California where the […]
Klamath National Forest is a 1,737,774-acre (2,715 sq mi; 7,033 km2) national forest, in the Klamath Mountains, located in Siskiyou County in northern California,
Bloody Point Vineyard, located in the region of far Northern California better known for its buckaroos, antelope, rattlesnakes and waterfowl, overlooks it’s historic namesake Bloody Point.
There is a short, but great hike in Shasta Valley to take you to Trout Lake. It has stellar views all around and highlights the high desert scenery.
Malin Community Service Club Presents The Art of Survival Century bicycle ride, May 25 & 26, 2019.
The Lower Klamath is part of the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.
Tule Lake NWR, established in 1928, Tule Lake Refuge encompasses 39,116 acres of mostly open water and croplands.
A cozy coffee shop that serves breakfast and lunch. Stop in and try your hand at the “Infamous Seiad Pancake Challenge”
River Dancers offers trips on the Klamath, Sacramento, Trinity and Cal-Salmon Rivers-from the mellow and relaxing to the truly adventurous.
The McCloud Snowmobile Park is your staging area for winter fun or for camping during the rest of the year.
A full service, homestyle restaurant with a country flair, with food ranging from downhome to gourmet, all made from scratch by their talented crew.
A very popular spot for fishing. During the warmer months, you’ll find plenty of local fishermen casting their lines in the shallow banks.
Part of the Tri-Forest Snowmobile trails system, Doorknob offers access to over 250 miles of snowmobile trails on the Modoc, Shasta Trinity and Klamath National Forests.
Heading out to Etna Summit? Expect great views and cooler temperatures than the Scott Valley below.
A mile hike uphill to a lookout that’s complete with a picnic table and a beautiful view of Happy Camp.
The National Grassland is a great place for bird watching. It is home to Swaison’s hawk, golden eagle, bald eagle, merlin and sandhill crane.
Mount Eddy is the highest mountain in the Eddys, the highest point in Trinity County, and the highest peak in the region, except for Mount Shasta.
The Klamath, Shasta Trinity and Modoc National Forests combine efforts in winter to manage a tri-forest area of over 250 miles of snowmobile trails.
A nine mile mountain bike loop that passes through an old growth forest, then traverses the inner Gorge of the Klamath River.
Malin Community Service Club Presents The Art of Survival Century bicycle ride, May 23 & 24, 2020.
A 4th generation farm that was established in 1929. They offer fresh produce at the Klamath Falls Saturday Market.
A 5.5 mile multi-use trail with views of the Klamath River, located just 2 miles south of Happy Camp.
Juanita Lake offers a unique combination of recreation opportunities.
Located on the Oregon/California border riders pedal through scenic farm country and spectacular sites including the first US National Wildlife Refuge, the Valor of the Pacific National Monument and the […]
In association with River Dancers rafting company, the Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center is putting on a special FUNdraisier rafting trip!
Ukonom Creek is a cold, clear creek that feeds the Klamath River, and was named after a Karok chief.
Three scenic byways run through the Klamath National Forest.
Orr Lake is a popular fishing area with a beautiful view of Mt Shasta.
Enjoy the Klamath River on one of their rented kayaks, or experience the river on your own raft. Single and double kayaks available for rent.