Being a small city surrounded in wetlands, waterways and lakes means Klamath is a fisherman’s paradise. There are countless fishing holes in the area, many of them adjacent to the downtown area. The combined surface area of 100 square miles of the two giant lakes that surround Klamath also offer abundant opportunities for boating. For a small sampling visit

Harriman Springs Resort and Marina
5661 Rocky Point Rd. / 844.733.2263
One of the gateways to the Upper Klamath Wildlife refuge also offers elegant dining with a full bar. The lakeside patio is ideal for a Saturday morning brunch or for any occasion. Cabins and campsites and boat rentals available.

Lake of the Woods Resort
950 Harriman Rt. / 541.949.8300
Enjoy cabin life, comfort food, the wonders of nature, and a variety of outdoor recreational activities; waterskiing, fishing, fly fishing, sailing, hiking, boating, scuba diving, camping, canoeing, paddle boats, motor boats, or lounging on a pontoon boat.

Pelican Marina
928 Front St. / 541.880.5834
Offers boating services, supplies and rentals, also full dock and moorage service.

Real Oregon Experience
ROE! has been the natural choice of adventure seekers for over 30 years in Southern Oregon. Explore pristine spring creeks, rushing rivers and secluded mountain lakes on an adventure with ROE! Guided kayak tours and rentals are a great way to experience the Klamath Basin and fly fisherman will be hooked on the world-class trout fishing available with ROE! guides. No experience? No problem! Families love the guided mountain lake fishing trips. We have all the gear and love to teach!

Rocky Point Resort
28121 Rocky Point Rd. / 541.356.2242
One of the gateways to the Upper Klamath Wildlife offers a rustic lakeside experience, with cabins and campsites and boat rentals available. Also dining and bar.

Sportsman’s River Retreat
32323 Modoc Point Rd., Chiloquin

If you want to camp where the trophy trout swim come stay with us. We have large RV sites, all are back in, we offer 30/50 amp electric at all sites as well as sewer and water. Picnic tables at all sites and we have plenty of shade.

Upper Klamath Lake Wildlife Refuge Canoe Trail
This 9.5 mile marked tour is the only way to explore the refuge. Discovery awaits.


Klamath Yacht Club
2700 Front St. / 541.883.3339
Average wind speeds of 8-15 knots makes the 96-square mile Upper Klamath Lake (the largest lake in Oregon) the ideal sailing location, and with the Eastern Cascades surrounding this serene location, it is also one of the most beautiful.


Klamath County Dive Rescue
3300 Vandenberg Rd. K
The abundance of shallow waters surrounding Klamath make it a great location for scuba diving and has given rise to one of the most elite dive rescue teams in the Nation. The KCDR has been featured on PBS and CNN in high-profile search missions. For those certified in dive rescue, or just interested in serving their country through scuba related activities, KCDR is always taking volunteer applications.


Ewauna Rowing Club
The large and placid waters of Lake Ewauna (adjacent to Downtown Klamath Falls) offers a 2,200m competitive rowing course and an additional 28 km of row-able waterway downstream the Klamath River, and a 10-month rowing season (barring the occasional storm). Boathouse available for members.