Crater Lake Resort

PO Box 457, Fort Klamath, Oregon, 97626, United States | Campground
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Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu


... orange pumice along the crater has been eroded away into the shape of a castle. Against the grey and green of most of the caldera, the bright orange of Pumice Castle really stood out. Shortly past Pumice Castle, we passed Palisades, a colorful cliff face that was yellow. Soon, we were finishing the tour and made it back to the boat dock. Crater Lake is truly one of the most beautiful places in the world, and the boat tour provides ...

A Long Flight, A Long Drive

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu


... saving the other half for our lunch tomorrow on Wizard Island. The lady at the motel we were staying at warned us that the Crater Lake area in general has limited options for buying food and of course there’s nothing besides a dock, boat house, and pit toilets on the island itself. So the second halves of our sandwiches would make a nice lunch. Continuing on through the forest, we made the stop ...

Stayed near Fort Klamath

A travel blog entry by gvw

... they are off to the slaughter yards in a month. (3ft/1 metre of snow through here in winter)

After we got settled, had a rest, we thought we would go and checkout Crater Lake. We stopped at few lookouts on the way up overlooking Annie’s creek/river. When we got to Crater Lake we were not disappointed, spectacular. You’ve never seen water so blue.

The lake ranges from 4 to ...

World's Clearest and Stunning Blue Lake

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen


... up with all the blind corners. We arrived late in the afternoon and Chris and Zach were both tired and a little cranky. We went to the entry point only to be advised Zach may be too short to go on the cave tour argh. They suggested we go up and have him measured. They also gave us the drill on white nose fungi and made sure no one entered the caves with any cloths that had been in another cave as this is the primary cause of spread.

We also had to get ...

Crater Lake: A National Treasure

A travel blog entry by winegalcj


... angles and new appreciation for the size and scope of such a wonder.

Yesterday we hiked the short but incredibly steep trail down to the lakes edge – the only trail that goes to the edge. In about 1 mile you descend 700 feet to a tiny “harbor” where you can board a boat with about 20 other people and enjoy a Ranger guided excursion around the lake. Alan and I were lucky enough to have a perfect day for ...

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This campground, located on PO Box 457, Fort Klamath, is near Collier Memorial State Park.
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