Crater Lake’s Lodge
Enjoy your stay in one of the national park system's historic lodges, Crater Lake Lodge. Perched above the clear blue water of Crater Lake, the Lodge offers modern amenities in rooms with spectacular views and excellent Northwest cuisine and wine in the grand dining room of the Lodge. The Rim Village also features a gift shop, a cafe and the Steel Visitor Center for Crater Lake National Park. There are also cabins within the park at Mazama Village situated in a peaceful ponderosa pine forest setting located seven miles from the rim of Crater Lake. There are two campgrounds in the park. Located just inside the south entrance gate of Crater Lake National Park, the Mazama Village Campground has 214 tent and RV sites. The Lost Creek Campground offers 16 primitive tent sites on the road to the Pinnacles Overlook.
The Lost Creek Campground is a small, tent-only campground located on the road to Pinnacles Overlook. The campground is in the forests below and away from the lake. It usually opens in early July and closes in mid-October. Registration is self-service, and reservations are not available. In July and August, the campground typically fills by mid-afternoon. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring, and bear-resistant food locker. Payment can be made by check or exact cash. Lost Creek Campground is operated by the National Park Service.