hiking, canoeing, and photography. The network of rivers and lakes provide ample fishing, boating, and white-water rafting for the more adventurous, while the beaches and walking trails let you explore and spend time outside at a more leisurely pace. Millions of migrating birds pass through the area seasonally and are a sight to behold even if you are not an avid bird-watcher. That's celebrated each February with the Winter Wings Festival, the oldest birding festival in the United States.
Great History and Native American Heritage
Klamath Falls is often treated as a staging ground for trips to Crater Lake National Park, but the town itself is also worth your time. A historic walking tour is the best way to learn about the town and its architectural heritage on the shores of Upper Klamath Lake, followed by a trip to the Favell Museum, which houses hundreds of thousands of Native American artifacts and art by famous western artist Charles Russell. Most of the nightlife is also downtown, by the shops and restaurants, though the city tends toward the quiet side as most activities center on the outdoors and the daytime.
Klamath Falls timeshares are in a very family-friendly destination. Kids and adults alike will delight in watching Bald Eagles fly through the skies above the town and seeing the wildlife running, flying, and swimming in their natural habitats. During the winter, you'll be able to ski and snowshoe along the same trails. For two weeks in December, the best family activities are found at the Snowflake Festival, bowling with Santa, watching the parade, and joining in the festivities.
Summer is the busiest time of year for a Klamath Falls timeshare resale, especially in July and August. Tourist numbers drop sharply going into September and the slow season starts with the fall and runs through the winter. By February and March you'll see the second-busiest season, usually corresponding with the very popular Winter Wings Festival.