Klamath Falls City Parks ("www.ci.klamath-falls.or.us") manages the 565 acres in and around Moore Regional Park on the south shore of Upper Klamath Lake.  The Park includes year round restrooms, an RV dump station by Marina #1 (free or donation), more than 12 miles of hiking/mountain bike/ski trails (3/4 mile ADA and paved), ADA Fishing piers, two Marinas, reservable picnic areas, 4 horseshoe pits, one large reservable picnic shelter near the lake, two large playgrounds, a reservable one room w/ private restroom "Gingerbread House" (often used for birthdays and weddings), tennis courts, volleyball, youth organization day camp, 3 soccer fields, basketball, and a 9 basket disc golf course.

The trail system in park is ideal for mountain bikes, hiking, and jogging during the spring, summer, and fall seasons with outstanding views of the Link River Canyon to the east, Lake Ewauna to the south, and Cascades to the west and north.  On a clear day, Mt Scott, which is approximately 70 miles away in Crater Lake National Park is visible beyond the shores of Upper Klamath Lake.  In winter, trails are marked for cross country skiing and have "beginning" and "intermediate" ratings.  The Klamath Ridge View and Eulalona Trails are alternative transportation routes for walking/mountain bike communitors - connecting downtown Klamath Falls to the south of Moore Park and the Running Y Ranch to the north.  The Link River Trail, a National Recreation Trail (http://www.americantrails.org), also connects to the Moore Park Trail system near "Putnam Landing". 

Moore Park is forestland and composed primarily of Ponderosa pine.  Additional conifers found in the park are Douglas-fir, white fir, incense cedar and Western juniper.