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The Chiloquin Branch of the Klamath County Library serves not only the Chiloquin area, but surrounding communities within the "Three Rivers Area" of Central Klamath County. A library card may be obtained by any county resident and is valid at all branches of the Klamath County Library.

Mt. McLoughlin
Mt McLoughlin from Tomahawk Trail
©2008 Ali Litts

The Chiloquin Branch Library is located in the new Chiloquin Community Center at

140 South First Street
in Downtown Chiloquin.
(Click on address for GoogleMap Location)

Our open hours are:

On Thursday afternoons at 1:30pm, we present a storytime program for Preschoolers. See our "What's Up?" page for details!

Come to the Chiloquin Library to find:

The Klamath County Library is online for access to county-wide services. Patrons may Search the Library Catalog and other electronic resources in the comfort of their own home, or use the terminal at the library. With an active library card number and password, books may be requested and delivered to Chiloquin or any other library in Klamath County. If the item you are searching for is not available within our system, we can often obtain it from another library system through Interlibrary Loans (There is a charge of 50¢ for this service). These two services provide access to a HUGE array of references, literature and other books from around the state. If you do not have a password, the library staff will be happy to set one up for you.

Books, talking books, videos/DVDs, music CDs, periodicals and other materials are available for loan in the Chiloquin Branch Library.  Most of these may be checked out with a Klamath County Library card. We also have "honor racks" of items that may be borrowed without a card, and a shelf of books for sale.  A collection of reference materials is available for in-library use.  Even more resources are available electronically, including selected journals, magazines, newspapers and auto repair manuals.

Our Public Access Computers may be used free of charge, and include Internet access and office software. Public use of our photocopier and computer printer is subject to a small per-page fee.