Harriman Springs – a magical place in a magical water world
As the sun goes down the stars come out and the Milky Way will dance
across the sky until first light returns and many are ready to go
fishing. If you need a boat, Harriman Springs Resort and Marina has
you covered: 21′ pontoon boats, Craft 16′ fishing boats, Lowe’s 14′
fishing boats, 16′ row boats, and canoes. Well-maintained docks,
public boat launch, restaurant and bar all contribute to good
times at Harriman Springs Resort & Marina.
The creeks and bays of Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge await
Pelican Bay is a short canoe trip on Harriman Creek. Take a left at the bay
and the canoe trails of Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge are mere
paddles away. Become one with nature.
All that you can see and hear is yours.
"The Lodge was beautifully located at the head of Pelican Bay
beside its famous crystal springs, the magnificent Klamath Lake
in front of it, bordered with meadows and bounded in the distance
by dark forested mountains and hills –a fine place for recreation
and rest–air, water, and scenery reviving.The weather was mostly
cool and bright, just right for soothing exercise, walks in the
woods, and boating on the lake, which most of the time was mirror-
like, reflecting the sky and the fringing meadows and
forest-clad mountain shores." John Muir.
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