The city of Klamath Falls is located in south central Oregon, on highway 97, less than 20 miles north of the California border.
Klamath Falls sits on the southern shore of the Upper Klamath Lake, nestled in the Klamath Basin on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains.
With about 300 days of sunshine annually the town enjoys a relatively mild weather. Unique to the area is an underground supply of geothermic water that heats many of the town's buildings and homes during winter, contributing to the town's non-polluted clean air.
City attractions include the Oregon Institute of Technology, white water rafting along the Klamath River and Klamath Lake. Area attractions include Lava Beds National Park, which is located fifty miles southeast of the city and Crater Lake, which is located sixty miles northwest of the city.
All hotels and motels in Klamath Falls are located within 3 miles of the city center.