Area Accommodations

Local Lodging


Some area hotels and motels discount their services to families of Sky Lakes Medical Center patients. The individual properties can confirm any discount.


View a list of hotels and motels compiled by the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce.



Sky Lakes Medical Center has a 24/7 cafeteria that serves hot meals, refrigerated meals, and has a variety of grocery items. This service is open to the public.


Klamath Falls has a collection of restaurants, casual dining, and fast food options ranging from chains you know to locally owned favorites for any dining preferences.


The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce also has a list of area restaurants to choose from.

RV Parking


Visitors with recreational vehicles can park their RVs in parking lot C east of the main campus off Bryant Williams Drive. This is for day use only. No overnight stays please.


Visitors with RV’s that need to be close by for longer can request a space adjacent to the Hugh Currin House by calling the Cancer Treatment Center at 541.274.4171


Or you can park at a local campground.

Cancer Patients and Families


The Hugh Currin House, named in honor of longtime area physician Dr. Hugh B. Currin, provides a friendly, comfortable place where patients and families can stay. It’s just east of the Sky Lakes Cancer Treatment Center and across the street south of the medical center.


A residential duplex, Hugh Currin House has three bedrooms on each side with a private bathroom in each bedroom. The house can accommodate up to 12 people—each patient may bring one family member or friend. There is a shared living room, kitchen and dining room, and shower on each side. Outdoors, the grounds are beautifully landscaped, and the views can be enjoyed from a spacious south-facing patio.


Meals can be prepared there, purchased at the hospital’s cafeteria or purchased from any restaurant of your choosing.


Next to the house is a three-pad RV parking area. Hookups for electricity, water and sewer are provided as well as bathroom, shower and laundry facilities.


There is no charge to stay at the house, however residents are asked to consider a donation of $10 per night.


Reservations are available on a first-come, first-served basis with priority given to patients of the Cancer Treatment Center. Call (541) 274-4171.