Travel Info

2016 Host Hotels

The following host hotels are major sponsors of the festival and will offer discounts to festival attendees. We encourage you to stay at one of these hotels/motels because they support the festival as sponsors.

  • Cimarron Inn Klamath Falls, 3060 S. Sixth St., (541) 882-4601
  • Running Y Ranch Restor, 5500 Running Y Road, (541) 850-5500
  • Olympic Inn, 2627 S. Sixth St., (541) 882-9665

Cimarron Inn

  • Call (541) 882- 4601 or toll-free (800) 742-2648 and ask for the Winter Wings Rate
  • Rates starting at $63.00, breakfast buffet included
  • Complimentary shuttle service 7:00 am to 11:00 pm daily
  • Newly renovated rooms
  • Visit their website and use Promo Code WINWINGS

Running Y Ranch Resort

  • Complimentary transfers from the airport and Amtrak. Complimentary shuttle is also available to OIT with advance reservations.
  • Call (541) 850-5500
  • Reservations start at $99 plus 17% at the Running Y Ranch Resort
  • Visit their website and use W15 as your booking code

Olympic Inn

  • Rates starting at $89.99. Contact hotel desk directly for discounted rates. Call (541) 882-9665.
  • Visit their website

 

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Additional lodging

Where is the Festival Located?

All festival activities take place in the Klamath Basin, in and around the city of Klamath Falls. Unless otherwise stated the activities take place at the OIT campus located at 3201 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls (campus map).

Festival Locator Map
Driving Directions
OIT Campus Map

Klamath Falls Area Map

Who to Contact for Travel Planning?

Visit online:Discover Klamath

Call toll-free: 1-800-445-6728
Call locally: 541-882-1501

Visit in person: 205 Riverside Drive

Introduction to Birding the Klamath Basin

What are the transportation options?

Area roads may have snow or ice so AWD or 4×4 vehicles are recommended for driving in Klamath Falls. AMTRAK has service south from Portland, Salem, and Eugene and north from San Francisco area and Sacramento on the Coast Starlight. We encourage Audubon chapters to take advantage of group train tour options or form car pools.