Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake, high in the Cascade Mountains range, is Oregon’s shimmering blue gem. It’s a must-see landmark during any trip to Southern Oregon.

A Crater Lake 7-Day Road Trip

Maximize your week off with this itinerary to Crater Lake National Park. Award-winning Oregon outdoors writer Zach Urness helps you make the most of each day.

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Enjoy Crater Lake’s 'backyard'

The Upper Klamath Canoe Trail is easy to access and even easier to navigate. Photo by Carla Shryock

Crater Lake National Park is Oregon’s most beautiful destination. But don’t think it’s time to head home once you leave. There’s plenty to do and see in northern Klamath County, an area local residents like to call “Crater Lake’s backyard.” Here are some ideas on how to maximize your visit.

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Britt goes classical at Crater Lake

On July 29-30, the Britt Music & Arts Festival will celebrate the unique majesty of Crater Lake when members of the Britt Orchestra and Music Director Teddy Abrams perform at the national park, and they will even do this for free to all park goers!

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Escape to Union Creek Resort

Union Creek Resort is located on Highway 62 south of Crater Lake National Park.

Climb into a big, soft bed. Pull the blanket up to your neck and snuggle in for the night. And just before you doze off, remind yourself how great it is to sleep in the forest. This is what happens when you stay at the Union Creek Resort, the roadside lodge near Crater Lake National Park.

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Crater Lake, China park are sisters

China s Wuyishan National Park includes gardens producing some of the finest tea in the world.Photo courtesy Tea Journey mobile magazine

Crater Lake National Park and Wuyishan National Scenic Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in China, are now sister parks. The agreement encourages cultural and environmental study exchanges between the two parks.

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Crater Lake in winter

To appreciate Crater Lake, it may help to first understand how it came to be. Once there was Mt. Mazama, a 12,000-foot volcano in the Cascade Mountain Range.

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Things to do at Crater Lake

Crater Lake, high in the Cascade Mountains range, is Oregon’s shimmering blue gem. It’s a must-see landmark during any trip to Southern Oregon.

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Summer Fun at Crater Lake

There are endless ways to spend your next perfect summer getaway at Crater Lake National Park.

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Crater Lake caters to cyclists

The National Park Service is setting aside  vehicle-free  days from Rim Drive around Crater Lake.

Distance riders get rare opportunities to peddle along a beautiful route without traffic concerns.

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Tour reflects Crater Lake's beauty

A Crater Lake boat tour lets you touch the astonishingly clear, blue water, gaze at the stark, rocky shore, and marvel at the water's reflections. This is all about the experience, seeing this natural wonder from the water line up.

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