Klamath Falls is a small city in Southern Oregon. The city itself is in the large Klamath Basin. At the northern end of the city is gorgeous Klamath Lake. The views in Klamath are spectacular, if you look to the south you can see snow covered Mt. Shasta. The outlying areas of the city are almost completely filled with acres upon acres of farm land.
Klamath Falls is home to Klamath Regional Airport (Kingsley Field)  located 5.5mi (8.8km) SE of town. No commercial flights are available as it is not currently served by any airlines. The major use of the airport is for military purposes and general aviation. Kingsley Field Airport is also an alternate landing site for a space shuttle. The next nearest airport is at the Rogue Valley International Airport  over in Medford (MFR). Commercial services to/from Medford are provided by Alaska/Horizon Air; United Airlines; Delta Air Lines; and Allegiant Air. These carriers offer approximately 60 arriving and departing flights daily to and from San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Denver, Las Vegas, and Salt Lake City. Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport also serves general aviation traffic, including extensive corporate and business travel.
Klamath Falls is located about an hour and a half away from Interstate 5 along OR-66 from Ashland. From I-5, OR-66 is accessed at exit #14. Likewise, if coming up from California one can also exit at US Hwy 97 from Weed, CA at exit #747 and continue northwards on U.S. Hwy 97. U.S. Highway 97 Runs straight through the city and continues north to Bend (passes by Crater Lake).
There are no direct Greyhound services to Klamath Falls. Instead passengers transfer from Greyhound to the below companies in Medford, Reno, or Redding to get into town:
The Amtrak Coast Starlight has an once daily train stopping in Klamath Falls on its way to Los Angeles in one direction and to Seattle in the other. The Amtrak station is at 1600 Oak Ave (a block east of Spring ST) SE of downtown.
Klamath Falls is a smaller city, and is fairly easy to navigate. The only hard place to drive is downtown where there are a lot of older one way only streets.
Basin Transit provides regular bus service around Klamath Falls Monday through Friday 6:30am to 7:30pm, and Saturday 10am to 4:30pm.
Klamath Falls isn't a very walking friendly city, you will do much better in a car or on a bike unless you get a ride downtown.
There are numerous bike paths that run all over the city that can provide a full days worth of biking. There are also many mountain biking trails nearby at Moore Park, the largest park in Oregon.
Klamath County is home to Crater Lake National Park . It is about 45 minutes away from the city, but well worth the drive. The Klamath Basin is rated #1 in the West on Sunset Magazine's list of Fantastic Five Birding destinations . Klamath is also home to the Klamath County Museum  which has many artifacts and relics from pioneer days, along with many native american items.
Hunting and Fishing
Besides all of the usual restaurants and various fast food restaurants you would expect, like Applebee's, Denny's etc. Klamath Falls has several local venues:
Several chain motels including Best Western are located along South Sixth Street.