Family Recreation

Klamath County Family Recreation Resources

4-H (541) 883-7131
Serves: Children, grades K-12 ($5 annual membership fee)
Services: Youth development, gaining confidence and developing a positive self-image, learning about science, literature and the arts. Communication, decision making, problem solving, and leadership skills are developed.

Boy Scouts (541) 882-4611
Serves: 1st – 5th grade Cub Scouts; 6th – 12th grade Boy Scouts.
Services: Teaches young men to be a self-reliant, dependable, and caring individual. Cub Scouting keeps these outcomes in mind by
weaving lifetime values into fun and educational activities designed to assist parents in strengthening character, developing good citizenship, and enhancing personal fitness in youth.

Girl Scouts (541) 884-0989
Serves: Girls, age Kindergarten through 12th grade
Services: Girl Scouts provides a creative program dedicated to the purpose of inspiring girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism, and service so they may become happy and resourceful citizens.

Bill Collier Community Ice Arena (541) 850-5758
5115 Running Y Road, Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Serves: All
Services: Family ice skating; scholarships available for skating/ice hockey lessons.

Ella Redkey Pool (541) 273-1478
1805 Main Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Serves: All
Services: Family swim; swimming lessons

Epicenter Bowling (541) 273-0700
3901 Brooke Drive, Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Serves: All
Services: Family recreation; bowling lessons

Klamath County Library (541) 882-8894
126 S. Third Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Serves: All
Services: Computers are provided for youth of all ages with various programs and learning games. During the school year, there is Preschool Story and Craft Time. During the summer, there is a Summer Reading Program.

Mom’s Club (541) 851-0138
Shasta Church, 5832 Shasta Way, Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Serves: All
Services: Play group for moms and their children

Ross Ragland Theater & Cultural Center (541) 884-0651, Ex. 22
Serves: Children – all ages.
Services: Scholarships are available for low-income families. Arts outreach and exploration for all ages. Dance! Paint! Sing! Act! Play!
Skateland (541) 883-2700 or (541) 882-6243
Serves: All
Services: Skating; family recreation.

YMCA (541) 884-4149
1221 S. Alameda Avenue, Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Serves: All (Financial assistance is available). YMCA will not turn any family away.
Services: YMCA encourages a life commitment to health, supportive family relationships and personal development. YMCA offers swim lessons, sports, fitness, child care and other family activities.

Integral Youth Center (541) 880-5446
601 E. Main Street, Klamath Falls. 2:30–5:30 pm; Summer hrs: 12:00–5:30 pm
Serves: Children, ages 10 to 18
Services: Fun activities: pool tables, foos ball, movies, games, crafts, snack bar; bilingual tutoring/homework help

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