Crater Lake Resort

Address: PO Box 457, Fort Klamath, Oregon, 97626, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on PO Box 457, Fort Klamath, is near Collier Memorial State Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Fort Klamath

      Crater Lake to Vegas Fake!

      A travel blog entry by danandrach on Oct 09, 2014

      19 photos

      ... stunning!

      We stopped at the lake village, Rim Village, before we left to grab a late lunch and admire the views for one last time. We then had a grueling 5hr drive down to Reno where we are stopping for the night on the way to Yosemite. Thought it would be nice to break the trip up and Dan wanted to check Reno out.

      Apparently it’s in loads of movies and stuff but I have not really heard that much about it.

      When we ...

      Waking up in Crater Lake

      A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Aug 09, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      I am writing less. I am taking fewer pictures. We are closing in on 1900 miles covered. That is getting pretty close to 2660. It is sharpening our resolve and we are really focusing on the impending end. This in turn leaves less attention and energy to share our adventure. The wifi has also become massively less frequent. But there is an upside. We are ...

      Crater Lake N.P.( a deep subject)

      A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Jul 21, 2014

      16 photos

      ... body of water in the world. When the Mt. Mazama volcano erupted long ago it collapsed to form a caldera similar to Yellowstone. But instead of dirt, it filled with snow and rain. There are no inlets or outlets, it maintains a balance between snow/rain and evaporation. The lake has one large island (Wizard) which itself was a later volcanic eruption complete with a small crater. Also one tiny island (Phantom Ship) that is still ...

      Crater Lake

      A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 11, 2014

      2 comments, 40 photos

      ... down the side of the mountain (and then climb back up).

      We drove out to the Pumice Desert to view the after effects of the eruption. It spewed some ash and pumice over now W US and SW Canada. In this area it is up to 300 feet deep and in the Pumice Desert nothing grows because of the density. Some facts...6 miles wide, deepest lake in US (1949 ft), one of the most clear as there are no streams running in or out, 31 caves within the rim ...

      Crater Lake

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 15, 2013

      54 photos

      ... When we reached the bay, it was very difficult to follow the trail and the boat would be picking us up soon, so we stopped a bit to enjoy the looking at the beautiful water. A few people on the tour had gone swimming, but it was way too cold for us. Just looking at the water was enough for me. It was a beautiful turquoise, a color we hadn’t seen since our honeymoon in Bora Bora. After a bit we headed back to the dock and got ...