3000 Airport Way, Klamath Falls, OR 97603
The Cimarron Inn Klamath Falls is well equipped to handle your travel needs, whether you are traveling on business or looking for a relaxing getaway to Crater Lake. This prime location is found in the heart of Klamath Falls, minutes from Downtown and the Klamath Museum, as well as a quick shuttle ride from the Klamath Airport. The Cimarron Inn is conveniently located near several shopping venues, and the award winning Running Y golf course. For the nature enthusiast, we are also located near Klamath Link River Trail and OC&E Rails to Trails line.
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Our 100% non smoking Holiday Inn Express Klamath Falls Central offers many amenities to make your stay enjoyable. After spending a day outdoors, unwind in the whirlpool spa or indoor heated pool.
At Running Y Ranch Resort, life-journeys await guests with luxury amenities, culinary expertise, comfortable lodging, and unforgettable outdoor adventures.
Crater Lake Trolley offices are located adjacent the Amtrak depot.
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Directions to Crater Lake National Park
From the South (Year Round):
From Medford – Route 62 north and east to the park’s west entrance.
From Klamath Falls – Route 97 north to Route 62 north and west to the park’s south entrance.
From the North (Summer):
The park’s north entrance is closed in the winter and spring. Dates can vary, but typically the north entrance is closed from early November to June. Please call park dispatch for the latest road status (541)594-3000.
From Roseburg – Route 138 east to the park’s north entrance.
From Bend – Route 97 south to Route 138 west to the park’s north entrance.
From the North (Winter):
From Roseburg – Route 138 east to Route 230 south to Route 62 east to the
park’s west entrance.
From Bend – Route 97 south to Route 62 north and west to the park’s south entrance.