Klamath Lake – Klamath National Wildlife Refuge is located on the east side of the Southern Oregon Cascade Mountains just south of Crater Lake National Park. A large area of green fields, timber and marsh. Crystal clear springs bubble from the ground flowing thousands of gallons of pure cold waters birthing many beautiful streams. The Wood River is the largest, Crooked Creek, Crystal Creek, Spring Creek and other build and flow into Klamath Lake that the flows to make Klamath Lake.
Huge populations of waterfowl and other birds make this area a birders paradise. Huge trout prowl Klamath Lake and feeder streams some exceeding 20 pounds.
Klamath Lake – Klamath National Wildlife Refuge Home to millions of birds and huge trout. Klamath Marsh has great birdwatching and canoeing opportunities.