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Klamath Falls & Klamath County

Klamath County is the Home of Crater Lake National Park. Considered high desert, the region basks in an average of 300 days of sunshine per year. Klamath Lake, which covers 133 square miles, borders the city of Klamath Falls on the north and is the largest natural lake west of the Great Salt Lake.

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Farmers Market

Klamath Falls Farmers Market

2015 Every Saturday, 9am to 1:30, May 30th through Oct. 31th. On Market days we fill 9th Street between Main & Klamath Ave. We are an open air Market where local growers, producers and artisans gather to sell to the public

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Crater Lake Lodge

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Perched on the lake's southwest corner is the historic Crater Lake Lodge. Originally opened in 1915, the lodge went through extensive renovation in a 1995 and yet maintains an atmosphere reminiscent to the 1920s with its rustic charm. Closed Oct. 17, 2011. Re-opens May 20, 2012. Reversations highly recommended.

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Museums

Klamath County Museums, Klamath Falls, Oregon

People interested in learning about the Klamath Basin’s rich and diverse history can spend a few hours or up to several days at various museums. Along with three in downtown Klamath Falls, others are located near Chiloquin and Fort Klamath, with another just south of the Oregon-California state line in Tulelake, CA.

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Business Workshops

Klamath County Chamber of Commerce Business Builder Workshops

The Klamath County Chamber Business Builder Workshops are affordable, one-hour educational sessions scheduled during the lunch hour. Attendees are encouraged to bring their lunch (drinks and materials are provided). The workshops will be held monthly. Guest speakers may be Chamber staff or one of the Chamber members.

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