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Rim Dr, Crater Lake National Park

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Where to stay in Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park operates two campgrounds inside of the park: Mazama Campground, which offers reservations, and Lost Creek Campground, which functions on a first-come, first-served basis. The park also offers accommodations in Crater Lake Lodge and Mazama Village Cabins, with the former open from mid-May through mid-October and the latter open from late May until early October. The park's isolated location limits accommodation options outside its boundaries, but you can find a few campgrounds, inns, and bed and breakfasts in the surrounding communities. Some of these are clustered in the town of Fort Klamath, just south of the park's entrance.
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  • We drove to the edge of Crater Lake on June 1, 2017, but the heavy snow pack had closed the rim entirely for normal vehicles. The lake is quite beautiful in winter and it is the deepest lake in the Un...  more »
  • When my husband and I arrived, it was cold, cloudy and there was snow on the ground. As we drove around the rim, the sun slowly came out and it turned in to a beautiful morning. The color of the lake ...  more »
  • We went in the first part of May so all sides except the south side were closed. It was so worth it! The visitors center is always open except in the worst weather. Snow was three cars high along the ...  more »