3. Klamath Falls, Oregon
Klamath Falls is located in Klamath County and was originally called Linkville, after the nearby Link River. The region had been previously inhabited by the Klamath and Modoc Native American tribes for several thousand years before the Europeans arrived. Following their arrival, the Klamath Basin became part of the Oregon Trail.
The town is nestled in some gorgeous nature – take a hike out on the OC&E Woods Line State Trail or along the Link River. Take a boat out on the lake or put on your walking shoes and explore the Sky Lakes Trail. Enjoy a delicious meal at Rooster’s Steak and Chop House, or have a drink at the Creamery Brew Pub & Grill. You’ll want to extend your stay and check in to Thompson’s Bed and Breakfast.