Running Y Ranch Resort is Southern Oregon premier destination for golf, weddings,meetings, and hotel needs, located on 3,600 acres boarding Klamath Lake, just across the California border in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The Hotel at Running Y Ranch Resort received $3m in renovations the summer of 2011 and features 82 guestrooms, 7,500sf of conference space and a new restaurant, The Ruddy Duck. The Resort also features the only Arnold Palmer designed golf course in Oregon – ranked by Golf Digest as a Top 100 US Public Golf Course and Top 5 US Golf Course for Women, The Sandhill Spa, a sports center, pool, tennis courts, volleyball court, and 12 miles of hiking and biking trails. Resort Guides are available to explore what Sunset Magazine deems the best birding destination in the West. Seven wildlife refuges surround the resort, along with world-class fly fishing, hunting, and hiking.
Amenities· Accessible facilities
· Air conditioning individually controlled in room
· Bell staff/porter
· Cocktail lounge
· Coffee/Tea maker
· Color television
· Complimentary newspaper in lobby
· Desk with lamp
· Direct dial telephone
· Free newspaper
· Free parking
· High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
· High speed internet connection
· Housekeeping - daily
· Housekeeping - weekly
· Housekeeping - weekly
· Indoor pool
· Ironing board
· Meeting rooms
· On-Site parking
· Onsite laundry
· Pets allowed
· Private bathroom
· Rollaway bed
· Satellite television
· Spare electrical outlet available at desk
· Sundry/Convenience store
· Tennis court
· Voice mail
· Wireless internet connection
· Wireless internet connection in public areas
Full kitchen, Kitchenette, Toaster oven, Microwave, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Stove, Cups/glassware, Silverware/utensils, Pots and pans, Separate closet, Sofa bed
· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 4:00 PM
· Check out time is 11:00 AM
· Opened in 1998
· 82 rooms.
· 5 suites.
· 3 floors.
Restaurant InformationThe Ruddy Duck
Located in the Lodge lobby, you will find coffees, teas, breakfast dishes made with the freshest ingredients available. For lunch and dinner enjoy a menu of smaller plates, salads, sandwiches, flatbreads and pizzas prepared in the hearth oven, as well asThe Ruddy Duck
The Ruddy Duck Restaurant features a full-service bar, complete with local and domestic beers on tap, wines, a specialty cocktail list on a seasonal rotation, and a full bar.
Meeting FacilityWoodlands Ballroom Mahogany Ponderosa Lodge Boardroom
Fitness center on-site
Area Attractions- Klamath County Fairgrounds
- Klamath Falls
- Rogue Valley International Airport
- Running Y Ranch
Running Y Ranch is home to Oregon's only Arnold Palmer designed golf course. Our beautiful course is recognized by Golf Digest as one of the top 100 public courses in the country and one of the top 5 courses for women. Great stay and play packages.- The Putting Course
This 18-hole putting course is unlike any miniture course you've ever played. There are no clowns or windmills on this live-turf course. Instead you will find sand traps and water hazards. Perfect for golfers from three to 103.- Crater Lake National Park
One of the Natural Wonders of the world. Crater lake was created when Mount Mazama erupted and blew its top off. Now Crater lake is one of the deepest and clearest lakes in the world. This national park will take your breath away.- Ross Ragland Theater
Built in the 1940s, this art deco theater is a visual and performing arts center committed to providing quality, affordable, culturally diverse events and related educational opportunities.- Historic Downtown Klamath Falls
Enjoy the splendid Art D co or Gothic Revival architecture of many of Klamath Falls' historic buildings, or see history depicted in artistic murals. Another fascinating way to tour Downtown is the Linkville Trolley Bus Historical Tours (from June - Septem- Klamath Lake
Klamath Lake is the largest lake by surface area in Oregon. As part of the Pacific flyway, Klamath Lake and its surroundings are considered to be the best location for birding in the Western United States.- Seven National Wildlife Refuges
The Klamath Basin is perhaps most famous for the open water and marsh habitats provided by the 33 square mile Upper Klamath Lake and the six-member Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge complex. Wet meadows in the Wood River Valley and Upper Klamath and- The Favell Museum
The Favell Museum is dedicated to the enhancement and the understanding of the history of the west, preservation of Native American artifacts and culture, and exhibits of notable contemporary western art.