Broken Arrow Campground

2020 Toketee Ranger Station Road, Diamond Lake, Oregon, 97447, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Diamond Lake

A long, beautiful drive.

A travel blog entry by chris.simons26

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... inland, which tracks a river up into the mountains. The scenery the entire way was stunning. We stopped briefly for lunch in Roseburg and arrived at Crater Lake in the early evening. It is absolutely stunning. Clear blue water, steep sides - it still looks exactly like a volcano. Our room in the lodge, which is perched right on the rim of the lake, had a great view of the lake.

It was pretty chilly - again there was ...

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu

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... stopped and had lunch up here, enjoying the amazing panoramic views of the lake. Unfortunately, there were a lot of pesky yellow jackets flying around up here and trying to get our food, but at least they weren’t aggressive and didn’t seem to be stinging. In fact, there were a lot of these yellow jackets in the park, which kind of surprised me. We also saw some cute little squirrels – quite a few of them live on the ...

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by carol_fred

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... pristine. A few fish have been introduced into the lake - salmon and rainbow trout - but there are no fish who are native to the caldera. The Ranger told us this should have been called Caldera Lake, because a crater is something that is formed when an out of space object hits the earth, not when a volcano collapses, but the early explorers named in Crater Lake and it stuck.

We drove to the ...

Day 2 and 3

A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio

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... It was created it of a volcanic eruption , 7000 years or so ago. Mount Mazuma erupted and left a caldera.  It became a National Park in the late 1800s. Fish  were introduced, but there is so little for them to eat, that they may die  out altogether, as the lake has no natural vegetation or organisms. It is basically a perfect stone bowl , the bottom made of pumice stone.  44 feet of snow fall every ...

World's Clearest and Stunning Blue Lake

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen

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... br> We continued further to the south and stopped in at one of the popular walks up to the fire tower on Watchman peak it was a 2 km return trip. I headed off as Zach was not keen and it was great just to be able to walk. Chris managed to get Zach out of the RV by convincing him it was a fire station on top of the hill. Zach walked about of the way and I met them on the way down so turned around and climbed back up. It afforded great views of Wizard Island and the ...

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This campground is located on 2020 Toketee Ranger Station Road, Diamond Lake.
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