Location: Klamath County, Oregon, USA
Surnames/tags: Klamath_County Oregon
|Klamath County, Oregon|
Klamath County Oregon
- Klamath County was formed in 1882 from the western part of Lake County. The county is named after the Klamath or Clamitte tribe, which has had a presence in the area for 10,000 years. The county seat is Klamath Falls.
Modoc County, CA
|Klamath Falls (county seat)|
|Ady||Algoma||Beatty||Beaver Marsh||Bly||Cascade Summit|
|Chemult||Crescent||Dairy||Fairhaven||Falcon Heights||Fort Klamath|
|Hot Springs||Keno||Kirk||Klamath Agency||Lake of the Woods||Langell Valley|
|Lenz||Lorella||Malone||Midland||Modoc Point||Odell Lake|
|Odessa||Olene||Pelican City||Pine Grove||Rocky Point||Shevlin|
|Sprague River||Stewart Lenox||Terminal City||Worden||Yonna|
Klamath County Resources
- Klamath County Website
- Klamath County Historical Society
- Klamath County Chamber of Commerce
- Klamath County on Wikipedia
Klamath County Plat Maps
- Klamath County, 1960c; Metsker Maps, 1960
- Klamath County 1961; Metsker Maps, 1961
- Klamath County 1980 to 1996; Metsker Maps, 1980
- Klamath County Museum Klamath County Museum at 1451 Main St. will be closed for an indefinite amount of time for repairs.
- Baldwin Hotel Museum Opened in 1905, and known to be haunted. Strange sounds, lights, noises, figures and shadows seen from windows have been reported.
- Fort Klamath Museum Every surviving Modoc Indian who participated in the Modoc war was marched under guard to Fort Klamath.
- Collier Memorial State Park and Logging Museum Collier Memorial State Park features the Collier Logging Museum, an outdoor museum with a large collection of historic logging equipment. Some items date back to the 1880s and many are quite rare.
- The Favell Museum Museum of Western Art and Native American Artifacts
Klamath County Historical Sites
- Klamath Lake
- Crater Lake National Park - The lake is 1,949 feet (594 m) deep at its deepest point, which makes it the deepest lake in the United States, the second-deepest in North America and the ninth-deepest in the world.