Sky Lakes Wilderness Rentals is located in the Upper Klamath Basin in Chiloquin, Oregon, on the southern edge of Crater Lake Nat'l Park, we are surrounded by some of the most beautiful unspoiled country in the West. We provide Kayak and Mountain Bike Rentals & Guided Tours to help you enjoy this wonderful natural area. The Upper Klamath Basin includes The Fremont/Winema National Forest, Sky Lakes Wilderness, The Klamath River, Link River, Upper Klamath Lake, Agency Lake, The Williamson River, Spraque River, Wood River Wetlands and other beautiful scenic destinations such as Collier State Park and Crater Lake National Park.
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We offer single and two person kayak rentals of different lengths and styles for awesome kayaking fun. Most are 10' in length and have compartments for flotation and storage. If you are a fisherman we have fishing kayaks with fishing poles and The Williamson River, The Wood River and The Spraque River are known for some of the best trout fishing in the world!
Come see us while you visit Crater Lake National Park.
Most of our rental bikes are 26 " Schwinn Mountain Bikes with 21 speed Shimano derailleurs and come with a helmet, lock, rear rack and an accessory bag to carry your essentials. If you never have rode a tandem bicycle you will need to give ours a try. It makes for a great day up at Crater Lake Nat'l Park when you are checking it out on a bike!
Would you like a guide to show you around? We love kayaking & bicycling too! There are some great places to see in the Upper Klamath Basin like The Wood Rivers Wetland, Spring Creek, Malone Springs, The Williamson River and much much more!
Sky Lakes Wilderness Rentals can also rent you some of other equipment needed to go along with your kayak or bike adventure such as car racks, folding chairs, binoculars etc. Check out all we have on our Pricing Page.
Once you rent your kayak or bicycle we can get you to some pretty great places. Drop off and pick up within Upper Klamath Basin. Meet in Chiloquin then we will shuttle you on a short ride out to an awesome scenic spot to play then we'll come back and pick you up at a pre-arranged time.
Stay in our beautiful Airbnb vacation rental located in Chiloquin, Oregon and you will receive 15% off on all kayak and bicycle rentals. For more information or to book "The Awesome Cabin Near Crater Lake" please visit our cabin rental site at: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1048694
The Upper Klamath Basin has some of the most pristine waters in all of Oregon. Waters originate in the Cascade Mountain Range which includes Crater Lake National Park and the Upper Klamath Basin where these waters form the Klamath River and flow all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
You can start at Kimbel Park near Fort Klamath, and float the Wood River through the Wetlands and out onto Agency Lake. An awesome nature viewing, 6+ mile journey. Or ride bikes around the secluded wetlands and enjoy the area by land.
One of the favorite rivers in our area to enjoy kayaks on is The Williamson River. At it's starting point, coming straight out of the ground, it's beauty is unmatched as well as the World Class Trout Fishing it has to offer.
Starting as a spring who's water originates from below Crater Lake National Park, Spring Creek, located at Collier State Park has some of the most beautiful clear waters in the Klamath Basin. And you will see beautiful Osprey's and Eagles who call this place home.
Start at Malone Springs or Rocky Point and take a nice 3 hour paddle trip to the other end while you enjoy the Upper Klamath Marsh and all of it's wildlife. 3/4 of the birds that migrate in the Pacific Flyway stop in the Upper Kamath Basin and the Marsh is a great place for viewing!
Upper Klamath Lake is the largest body of water in all of Oregon so there is lots to see. On the upper end it converges with Agency Lake with the Wood River flowing into Agency Lake. A bird watchers paradise! Heron's, Pelican's, Eagles, Gulls and allot more.