National Geographic's Adventure magazine voted Klamath Falls as one of the 50 Best Places to Live. In 2007, Relocate-America.com also voted K-Falls as one of the top 100 places to live.

Klamath Falls is a small city of about 45,000 people located in south central Oregon in the foothills of the Cascade mountain range. It lies at the south end of Upper Klamath Lake, which, at 30 miles long is the largest lake in Oregon.

The area abounds in opportunities for outdoor recreation, with outstanding fishing, sailing, hiking, hunting, skiing and access to several wilderness areas and white water rivers. The economy of Klamath County is based on agriculture, technology and recreation. The community is family oriented. Sky Lakes Medical Center, the hospital at which the residency is based, is the only hospital for the entire Klamath Basin, which serves over 100,000 people. The residency is the only post graduate program located here.

In the city limits of Klamath Falls a self-guided walking tour takes in 21 historic points including a stop at the Klamath County Museum, where you can hop aboard a restored 1906 trolley to take a summer ride through the downtown area. There are numerous bike trails, on road and off, for mountain biking, hiking and roller-blading. There is a weekly Saturday morning farmer's market during the summer and fall, and summer months host Third Thursdays, an opportunity to walk around downtown and check out local shops.

Check out the Things To Do page for connections to In City activities.

You should know right here right now, however, that the sunsets are so good we have a whole slide set dedicated to them.