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Shop Local Around Klamath Falls - Fisher Nicholson Realty

Shopping local is a great way to get hard-to-find items and support your city's small business community. The area around our Klamath Falls homes for sale is abuzz with entrepreneurial activity, giving you no shortage of options on your shopping trips. Why not visit some of the stores below and see what they have to offer?

  • Poppy - 522 Main Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601
    Poppy opened on Main Street in 2017 and has since become a mainstay within the local community. The store carries a wide variety of gifts, kitchenware, and seasonal décor from local craftspeople. There are also typically a few clothing items on sale, though selection is limited. You could spend a whole afternoon browsing all of the unique items on their shelves, so be sure to save your visit for a day when you can take your time and examine all of the shop's quality wares.

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Running Trails - Klamath Falls, OR - Fisher Nicholson Realty

The warm weather seasons bring ample opportunities to participate in races, whether you're interested in pushing for a personal best time or enjoying a fun run while raising money for a good cause. Training for your run is part of the fun, and there are a ton of scenic trails around Klamath Falls where you can enjoy some time in nature while prepping for your next race. Our real estate agents have the inside scoop on six of the best trails for getting race-ready around Klamath Falls.

  • Mazama Trail – Spence Mountain, Klamath Falls, OR 97601
    One of the great things about the trails near Klamath Falls homes for sale is that there are runs for every experience level, from beginner to expert. The Mazama Trail is classified as an easy trail and is one of the most popular trails on Spence Mountain. The trail runs for just over 5 miles, with some slight uphill climbs as you progress. It also connects with the more challenging Lower Hooligan Trail, which you'll learn about later in our list.

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Cycling in Klamath County, OR - Fisher Nicholson Realty

May is National Bike Month, and our real estate agents are excited to hit the road again around Klamath County. After a long winter, springtime offers the perfect opportunity to get outside and stretch your legs. 

Klamath County has earned a reputation as one of the best places for a bike ride in the Pacific Northwest. Whether you're into mountain biking or road cycling, you'll find an amazing array of routes to follow in Klamath County. These are some of our favorites.

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Gardening Tips - Homeowners - Fisher Nicholson Realty

This time of year, we're all champing at the bit for spring weather. But spring is still a little ways off in our part of the world. We can expect more chilly temps throughout April, which just so happens to be National Garden Month. Despite the lingering chill, this is the month we celebrate gardens and nature nationwide and in Klamath Falls specifically.

Whether you're all fired up to plant up your new property, or you're hoping for a better price when listing your home among Klamath Falls homes for sale, you can take advantage of April to get a garden started. Our real estate agents have some terrific tips for local gardening, and we're ready to share.

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Gardening Supplies - Klamath Falls, OR - Fisher Nicholson Realty

With National Garden Month coming in April, now's a great time to look through the long list of Klamath Falls homes for sale and find your dream home. To help you get your own garden started, our real estate agents have put together our favorite local places to pick up supplies.

  • Mountain Valley Gardens - 4800 Washburn Way, Klamath Falls, OR 97603
    From a modest landscape company in the late '90s to a growing space in excess of 50,000 square feet, Mountain Valley Gardens is a testament to the American dream. They have many different types of decorative rocks and mulches, but their true claim to fame is that their vegetable starts have been grown to be more tolerant of the high desert and inclement weather. Plus, they can customize any needed soil using more than 100 base elements.

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Relocating to Oregon - Fisher Nicholson Realty

Our real estate agents know that depending on where you're from, moving to Oregon can be a bit of an adjustment. Many of our clients love Klamath Falls homes for sale but they wonder if they are ready for an Oregon winter, for example.

Moving to Oregon is well worth it, and many of the concerns new residents have are things they easily adapt to. Let's take a look at what you can expect from the Beaver State and how to make a move easy.

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Walking Paths - Klamath Basin - Fisher Nicholson Realty

March 30 is Take a Walk in the Park Day, and what better time to get out and explore the amazing landscape of Klamath County. Nestled among the rugged mountains and picturesque lakes of Southern Oregon, the Klamath Falls area is a great place for a walk in the park. 

Our real estate agents are excited to share some of their favorite hikes and nature walks in and around the Klamath Basin. These relatively short, easy paths are great for hikers of all experience levels.

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Lava Beds National Monument - Fisher Nicholson Realty

Did you know that one of Northern California's most fascinating, beautiful natural sites can be found less than an hour's drive from Klamath Falls homes for sale? The amazing Lava Beds National Monument is located on the northeastern side of Medicine Lake Volcano, offering so much to explore both above and below ground. Our real estate agents have some key information to help you enjoy your time at Lava Beds National Monument.

  • The History of Lava Beds National Monument and the Civilian Conservation Corps
    Before the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) arrived in the 1930s, Lava Beds National Monument was home to an abandoned military camp dating to the Modoc War and not much more. The CCC was created during the Great Depression to provide paying work for thousands of young men while developing national parks and working on nature conservation projects.

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