Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast Fort Klamath
Travel Blogs from Fort Klamath
... the 5th oldest Park and the only one in Oregon and has the Umpqua, Williamette, Deschutes and Freement National Forests surrounding the crater. I always thought this was made by a crater but in fact it was from the eruption of Mt. Mazama 7700 years ago. When it blew, vents encircling the peak formed and it collapsed inward. The rains and melting snow (currently down to 400+ inches/yr) in the coming years filled the caldera. During the winter months ...
... Initially, we thought they were chipmunks, but a ranger later told us that they are actually golden-mantled ground squirrels. Along the rim of the crater, there were a lot of spooky-looking dead trees that had been killed by dwarf mistletoe, a parasitic plant.
Hiking back down to the bottom, we took the Fumarole Bay Trail, which runs along western shore of the island to Fumarle Bay. It was a very rocky trail and made for some ...
... left Portland taking I-5 south to Eugene and taking OR-58 east through Willamette National Forest. The drive along the interstate was much like every other interstate, but once we got off and starting driving through the forest, the drive became a lot more scenic as we drove through the Willamette Valley. Along this road, we stopped at a Subway near Oakridge and got a couple foot-long subs, eating ...
... guess they were in a hurry and didn't get the memo about relaxing and taking in the view. You do see all kinds on the road.
In the middle of the Crater Lake is an island called Wizard Island. It was created when a number of smaller eruptions formed several cinder cones on the caldera floor after the big eruption. The highest ...
We arrived in Crater Lake late afternoon yesterday, having driven though Klamath valley and past Klamath lake which is just inside the Oregon border. Incredible ponderosa pines, lodge pole pines, and silver bark pines. Elevation here is over 6000 feet, and it took 15 mins to boil the kettle this morning for tea! Last night we attended a ranger talk about the stars. More stars visible than I have seen since we were ...