Tucked into the Klamath Basin at the southern tip of Upper Klamath Lake, the sunny city of Klamath Falls is in a perfect position to offer cultural excursions and adventurous retreats. Learn about the city's beginnings along the Oregon Trail by riding the quaint Trolley or taking a historic walking tour. Venture to the trails and lakes in the region for cross country skiing, hiking, canoeing or bird watching. Keep an eye out for the bald eagles that make this part of the country their home.
Things to do in Klamath Falls
4.5 based on 205 reviews
Ma and pop place which is always best. Food was good and so were the staff. Best thing of all was that they were open on a sunday evening. While traveling through Klammath we were hoping to find something just like this and there they were.
4.5 based on 422 reviews
Spending lunch at Thai Orchid and we really enjoyed our food selection. From phad thai our Thai favorite menu, Thai clear soup, tom yum gung soup and Thai style chicken BBQ, we finished them all. We also order for take away in case we find difficulty to find Asian food along our journey to Washington state. The Thai guy, our waiter, is so friendly and served us with very welcoming. For those visiting Klamath Falls, Thai Orchid is the best option for Asian food .
4.5 based on 487 reviews
After reading all the rave reviews of this place, I was excited to visit with my family for my birthday on the way home from our Oregon vacation. It was OK but not exceptional for a birthday meal. I would describe the place as a...MoreWe are honored that you chose us for your birthday meal (Happy Late Birthday!). I am sorry we didn't quite hit the mark and we hope you give us a chance to make it up to you in the future! Thank you for your review!
4.5 based on 281 reviews
One nice thing about this place is the consistency. We hadn't been here for dinner for awhile and when we walked in we were treated like old friends.
The blonde bartender/server (sorry, I can't remember your name - but you grew up in Bend) was super nice and friendly and made us feel genuinely welcome.
All 6 diners enjoyed their meals and the atmosphere is classy but laid black.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
A Leap of Taste is an independently owned and operated cafe that offers exceptional beverages and food, a unique shopping experience and a welcoming environment. More than that, A Leap of Taste supports young adults through an on-the-job training program that strives to teach students workplace ethics, healthy choices, community participation and self-efficacy. As much as possible, A Leap of Taste carries items that are local and sustainable. Items include whole bean coffee, free-range beef, honey, cheeses, cured meats, bulk spices, chocolates and gifts. We carry products from Fresh Green Organics, Aerie Acre, Flying T beef, Potential Farms, Cafe Mam, The Good Bean, Pickled Planet, The Green Blade Bakery and more. A Leap of Taste is owned by local business owners who run an adult transitional living program called Dragonfly Transitions. A Leap of Taste offers students of that program the ability to receive on the job training to be more equipped for an independent life.
Atmosphere was relaxed with ordering at counter. We had gluten free sandwiches roast beef and Turkey. Nice combinations of fixings on the meat. Everything looked fresh and homemade. The gluten free bread was tasty but fell apart and we ended up using a fork. They need to toast it or switch brands. Each sandwich comes with a piece of chocolate. Nice touch.
4 based on 281 reviews
We were on day 2 of our trip home and were tired, hungry, and wanting comfort food. Well we got it. Hubby had prime rib sandwich and I had the french dip. Mouth watering and diet busting good. Excellent service and staff were very kind about the take out needs. Really generous portions, clean, busy, and would go again in a heartbeat.
4 based on 260 reviews
Stopped for a beer and burger. Both were great.
I had the burger with candied bacon and jalapenos. I was impressed. I would have it again. The Sweet of the bacon is a great counter point to the pickled jalapenos.
The experience IPA was smooth and not overdone.
Our server was attentive and friendly.
4 based on 323 reviews
The Ruddy Duck restaurant serves hearty, New American cuisine with a twist in a casual, kid-friendly environment. Ruddy Duck was first Blue Zones approved restaurant in Oregon in May 2016. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner from 6:30am to close. And now offering Saturday and Sunday Brunch menu until 2pm.
'Restaurant' is noisy as it adjoins bar and is open to reception/thorougfare to rooms. Generally disappointed by overpriced and small portions on offer, especially at breakfast. Food average. Kids being allowed to run around like maniacs. Slow service. Needs to sharpen up its act.
4.5 based on 87 reviews
A casual place to get great pizzas and salads
So we tried it. We were going to eat at the Brewery across the street but it was packed on a Friday night. Tried Rodeos and were pleasantly surprised.
You wait in line to order but the line moved fairly quickly. The atmosphere is nothing to get real excited about but the pizza is good and they offer some interesting choices of toppings. We went with the daily special which was veggie based on half with the other half being pepperoni.
A Jones cola topped it off.
Get there early on a Friday night. It gets busy.
4 based on 248 reviews
Through our stay of the hotel, the breakfast served is good. The buffet style countertop was very clean. The service is a pleasant surprise. They would come around for coffee, milk, apple juice, orange juice refills. They did it all with a welcoming smile.
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