The Carriage Works is Moving!

New year, new space, same us! The hunt is over. We look forward to delivering the same high quality products and exceptional customer service from a new location. That's right, The Carriage Works is packing up and moving into a bigger, better space. Read all about it over at Herald and News. 

Carriage Works to move to ECS building

Klamath Falls company The Carriage Works is planning to double its workable square footage capacity and efficiency while remaining in the Klamath Basin. The retail merchandise unit manufacturing company, in conjunction with Klamath County Economic Development Association, announced Monday that it will move from Mallard Lane to the former ECS building at 6660 Arnold St.

Changing Guard and On the Hunt

We are pleased to report that The Carriage Works is under new ownership and is as committed as ever to delivering the highest quality, custom designed and manufactured carts, kiosks, and RMUs. Even more exciting, The Carriage Works is on the hunt for a new location that offers more space and room to grow in the coming years.

The Carriage Works - Choose Klamath

The Carriage WorksUsing Local Supplies to Manufacture and Sell Nationwide The Carriage Works began in Klamath Falls in 1978 as a supplier of charming horse-drawn carriages, sleighs and wagons. Their reputation for fine craftsmanship captured the attention of notable customers like Disneyland and Hollywood moviemaker George Lucas.While building carriages for Disneyland, founding owners John and Barbara ...