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WHERE TO STAY Winema Lodge 5215 Hill Rd., Tule­lake 530-667-5158

www.wine­malodge.com Five lodge rooms and 10 mo­tel rooms seven miles from the en­trance to Lava Beds. Rooms from $70, with break­fast. Fe’s Bed-and-Break­fast 660 Main St., Tule­lake 877-478-0184

www.fes­bandb.com Sim­ple rooms and hosts with a knowl­edge of the lo­cal area and history. Dou­ble rooms from $80. WHERE TO EAT Kla­math Falls, Ore., about 30 miles north of Tule­lake, has a va­ri­ety of din­ing op­tions. Wubba’s BBQ Shack 3930 S. Sixth St. Kla­math Falls 541-273-4227

www.wub­bas­b­bqshack.com Ex­cel­lent Kansas City-style bar­be­cue. En­trees from $12. El Pala­cio 601 Main St., Kla­math Falls 541-882-5118

el­pala­ciok­la­math.com Clas­sic Mex­i­can fare in a his­toric bank build­ing. Plat­ters from $10. Kent’s Meats 880 Air­port Rd., Red­ding 530-365-4322

www.kentsmeats.com Fri­day park­ing lot bar­be­cue starts at 9 a.m. and goes un­til 7:30 p.m. A deli win­dow also serves made-to­order tri-tip sand­wiches for $8 un­til 4 p.m. WHAT TO DO Lava Beds Na­tional Mon­u­ment 1 In­dian Well, Tule­lake 530-667-8100

www.nps.gov/labe Na­tive Amer­i­can pet­ro­glyphs, his­toric bat­tle­field sites, and more than 800 lava-tube caves, 200 of which are open to the public year­round. Check with the visi­tors cen­ter for weather or habi­ta­tre­lated clo­sures. Ranger-led cave tours run daily in sum­mer. $15 per car. Tule Lake Unit of World War II Valor in the Pa­cific Na­tional Mon­u­ment Tule­lake Fair­grounds Mu­seum 800 Main St., Tule­lake 530-260-0537

www.nps.gov/tule The largest of 10 in­tern­ment camps in the Amer­i­can West that in­car­cer­ated Ja­panese Amer­i­cans dur­ing World War II. Ranger-led car­a­van tours run daily in sum­mer from the mu­seum. They can also be ar­ranged year-round through Lava Beds Na­tional Mon­u­ment. Lower Kla­math Wildlife Refuge Dor­ris 530-667-2231

www.fws.gov/refuge/low­er_k­la­math Ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude wildlife ob­ser­va­tion, pho­tog­ra­phy and a 10-mile auto tour past wet­lands, grass­lands and bird blinds. Maps and other in­for­ma­tion avail­able at the visi­tor cen­ter of the Tule Lake Wildlife Refuge (4009 Hill Rd., Tule­lake).

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