Adventure Oregon…Your Tour Guide to Outdoor Recreation Adventures in Southern Oregon, Guided Tours, Kayak Rentals, Fishing Charters, Boat Tours

Adventure Oregon is Your Tour Guide to Outdoor Recreation Adventures in Southern Oregon. Serving Klamath Falls near Crater Lake National Park, Sky Lakes Wilderness area, Harriman’s Lodge and Rocky Point Resort off Highway 140. We know the Upper Klamath Lake better than anyone in Southern Oregon. Book with us!

We offer Equipment Rentals, Guided Fishing Trips, Charter Boats, Bird Watching Tours, Wildlife Refuge Tours, Photography Tours, Family Fishing Adventures, River Tours, & Canoe Trail Tours on Upper Klamath Lake and Surrounding Waters.

Owned and Operated by Troy Miller with over 30 years of experience in the Klamath Basin. Use this website to book your tour TODAY! If you have any questions or special needs please feel free to get in touch. Call +1 (541) 238 2004 for more info.

River paddling

Experience the awesome challenge of paddling your way along one of our amazing riverways. Splash your way through amazing pockets of giant trout and see eagles and osprays high above the trees and along the river.

Fishing Trips

The most successful guided Redband Trout fishing trips on Upper Klamath Lake & its tributaries are organized between early April and late October after the spring Redband trout start their migration into the northern parts of Upper Klamath Lake & Pelican Bay. Their size will range between 2 and 10 pounds, with the occasional larger caliber trout making it to the net. These supercharged Redband trout will surely keep you busy on the water and will challenge your fishing skills daily.

Enjoy a fishing trip on a 21′ motorized pontoon boat leaving Harriman Springs Resort & Marina out to Pelican Bay and Upper Klamath Lake Oregon. The boat can accommodate up to 6 passengers. All fishing gear and bait are supplied by your Adventure Oregon guide. Our friendly guides are patient and happy to help beginners learn how to fish. We are very experienced and can put you on the fish using your favorite fishing methods.

License Required:

Oregon Fishing Licenses are required. Purchase your license online with: ODFW

Enjoy a fishing trip on a 16′ motorized fishing boat leaving Harriman Springs Resort & Marina out to Pelican Bay and Upper Klamath Lake Oregon. The boat can accommodate 2 adult anglers with 1 child, or 1 adult with 2 children. Larger groups should book our 21′ Pontoon Charter which can accommodate groups up to 6. All fishing gear and bait are supplied by your Adventure Oregon guide. Our friendly guides are patient and happy to help beginners learn how to fish. We are very experienced and can put you on the fish using your favorite fishing methods.

License Required:

Oregon Fishing Licenses are required. Purchase your license online with: ODFW

How about a nice fishing trip on a 12′ rowboat leaving Rocky Point Public Boat Launch out to Pelican Bay Oregon. The boat can accommodate 1 angler. All fishing gear and bait are supplied by your Adventure Oregon guide. Our friendly guides are patient and happy to help beginners learn how to fish. We are very experienced and can put you on the fish using your favorite fishing methods.

License Required:

Oregon Fishing Licenses are required. Purchase your license online with: ODFW

Kayak Fishing! Try a fishing trip on a sit-in fishing kayak starting from Harriman Springs Resort & Marina out to Pelican Bay Oregon. The tour can accommodate up to 6 kayakers. All fishing gear and bait are supplied by your Adventure Oregon guide. Our friendly guides are patient and happy to help beginners learn how to fish. We are very experienced and can put you on the fish using your favorite fishing methods.

License Required:

Oregon Fishing Licenses are required. Purchase your license online with: ODFW

We can get you HERE! The waters in the Upper Klamath Basin originate under an extinct volcano (Mt. Mazama) which forms Crater Lake, these waters emerge from the mountains to form pristine spring-fed creeks & streams filling the local lakes & rivers.

Crater Lake, located in Crater Lake National Park, minutes away from Upper Klamath Lake, has some of the purest waters in the world and the crystal clear springs flowing under the mountain provide some of the cleanest rivers you will find anywhere in the world.

Adventure Oregon provides Canoe and Kayak rentals to explore Upper Klamath Lake and the Klamath National Wildlife Refuge. Equipment can be rented for a 3-hour session or for a full day.

Call us at (541) 238-2004 for more information.

Fishing always seems to be better the morning after there has been no moon shining. Maybe because the fish feed less during the dark nights and are more hungry at first light. Myth or fact I always seem to catch more fish the morning after a moonless night.

Nature tours through the Klamath basin’s amazing ecosystem are offered from March to November.  It is a great place for visitors to experience wildlife and nature all around them. See giant native Redband Rainbow Trout, or amazing Bald Eagles and Osprey soaring high above the trees and experience all that nature has to offer. 

Upper Klamath Lake is a scenic and picturesque location that nature lovers should experience first hand. A beautiful lake fed by mountain streams and crystal clear spring water offers you one of the best adventures you will discover in Klamath Falls.

If you are looking to get that perfect picture in nature we have you covered. Adventure Oregon is your guide to nature photography.

Our guides can take you out on a canoe or on a motorized pontoon so you can get lots of great pictures and videos to add to your portfolio.  Get in touch with us to schedule the photography tour of a lifetime.

Adventure Oregon
2453 Patterson St.
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97603

541-238-2004

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