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oregon institute of technology
3201 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls, OR 97601

Travel Options

By Plane

  • MFR – Medford, Oregon (approximately 77 miles west)
  • RDM – Redmond, Oregon (approximately 152 miles north)
  • EUG – Eugene, Oregon (approximately 182 miles northwest)
  • RNO – Reno, Nevada (approximately 256 miles south east)
  • PDX – Portland, Oregon (approximately 289 miles northwest)
  • SMF – Sacramento, California (approximately 294 miles south)

By Rail

  • Amtrak - Coast Starlight Route

By Car

  • From the North
    Travel south on Highway 97 turn left on Dan O’Brien Way. Travel approximately 1 mile. The university is located on the left.
  • From the South
    Travel north on Highway 97. Merge right onto Crater Lake Parkway/US-97 Business South/Oregon Hwy 39. Turn left onto Campus Drive. Travel ½ mile and the university will be in front of you.
  • From the Southeast
    Travel west on Highway 140 E/Oregon Highway 140 turn right onto OR-39/South Sixth Street. OR Travel north on Highway 39 turn left onto OR-39/South Sixth Street. Travel 2 ½ miles and turn right onto OR-39/Crater Lake Parkway. Travel approximately 4 miles and turn right onto Campus Drive.
  • From the West
    Travel east on Oregon Highway 140/Lake of the Woods Highway. Turn left onto Lakeshore Drive/County Highway 630; this becomes Nevada Street and Oregon Avenue. Turn Left onto Biehn Street which becomes Campus Drive. Travel ½ mile and you will arrive at the university.

Accommodations & Local Attractions

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Local Attractions

  • Crater LakeCrater Lake National Park - The 5th oldest national park and the only national park in Oregon. The deepest lake in the nation and perhaps the most pristine on earth.
  • Lave Beds National Monument - One of the longest continually occupied areas in North America, this high desert wilderness boasts over 700 caves, Native American rock art sites and historic battlefields.
  • Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail - This trail runs from Mexico to Canada close to the crests of the Sierra and Cascade mountain ranges and is accessible just west of Klamath Falls.
  • Klamath County Museum - Klamath Basin history in downtown Klamath Falls.
  • Favell Museum - Native American artifacts, contemporary western art and a range of historic items.

For more information about these attractions and Klamath Falls, please visit www.meetmeinklamath.com

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