Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake, OR

America's Deepest Lake

7,700 years ago, a violent eruption collapsed an ancient volcano forming what we know as of today; Crater Lake. In the hundreds of years after the eruption, rainfall and snowfall filled the crater and formed the lake.Today, visitors marvel at the panoramic views and natural formations of Wizard Island and Phantom Ship. Whether you are looking for outdoor adventures, want to immerse yourself in nature, or simply relax and take in the views, Crater Lake awaits you.

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Hiking

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Crater Lake National Park Lodging

Crater Lake Cabins

Crate Lake National Park
The Cabins at Mazama Village are nestled high in the Ponderosa pines, seven miles south of Rim Village. The rustic warmth and comfort of the cabins provides a well-deserved respite after a day of hiking , swimming, fishing , or...

Crater Lake Lodge

Crate Lake National Park
Crater Lake Lodge welcomes you with the warmth and hospitality of a bygone era. The lodge overlooks the lake at Rim Village, offering majestic views of the lake’s pristine blue waters and sheer cliff walls.

Crater Lake Campground

Crater Lake National Park
Mazama Campground is tucked away in the forest, seven miles south of Rim Village, just past the park’s south entrance station near Highway 62. It’s the perfect spot to pitch your tent or park your camper as your base for...

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