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Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls is a beautiful mid-sized city in Oregon with great amenities, temperate weather, a low cost of living, multiple community parks and natural open spaces but also close to wilderness areas providing an array of recreation activities to take part in all year round. With just over 20,000 residents, the community is tight knit, continually working to improve the overall well-being of the City’s population. This place has real small-town charm with urban appeal and the Oregon outdoors at your doorstep.

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Newberg

Although conveniently situated near the many assets of the Portland metropolitan area, the community retains a distinct physical separation from the metro region, buffered by a greenbelt of rural forests and farmlands. Countless rivers and forests are within easy driving distance, offering boating, fishing, and hunting opportunities. Several golf courses are located in the county. A one-hour drive east will take one to the Cascade Mountains for skiing, camping, fishing and hiking. A one-hour drive west will take one to the breathtaking views of the Pacific coastline, with its many beautiful beaches.

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Klamath Falls Westside Community

Klamath Falls is known for its sprawling forests, clean air and nearby Upper Klamath Lake just outside the City. on top of that, Crater Lake National Park in the Cascade Mountains is just 60 miles north of the City. The high desert temperate climate and blue skies provide the opportunity for year-round recreation. Staying closer to the City, there is the well-known Ella Redkey Pool and over 600 acres in the local park system providing plenty of natural open space to enjoy the outdoors.

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Sisters

The Sisters area is an expanse of majestic and inspiring natural beauty reaching from the town of Sisters, Oregon, to the panoramic Pacific Crest Trail and including Camp Sherman, Suttle Lake, Black Butte Ranch, Aspen Lakes Golf Course, and Hoodoo Ski Area, On the edge of town, the Deschutes National Forest offers miles and miles of trails, rivers, lakes, wilderness areas, scenic drives and vistas, clean air, and star-filled nights.

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