The Aspen Inn

52250 Hwy 62, Fort Klamath, Oregon, 97626, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on 52250 Hwy 62, Fort Klamath.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Aspen Inn Fort Klamath

    Reviewed by jmpncsu

    Good Lodging near Crater Lake

    Reviewed Sep 15, 2013
    by (12 reviews) Raleigh , United States Flag of United States

    Aspen Inn is a nice little motel close to Crater Lake. We had wanted to stay in the park, but everything was booked so we looked a little further out and found this place. It's about 7 miles to the park entrance and takes about 45 minutes to get to the rim. We had no trouble getting there in time for our boat tour. We stayed in the "honeymoon cabin", a little A-frame cabin. There are few amenities, coffee in the morning. The WiFi didn't work and there was only one station on the TV. But we're at Crater Lake and there are far better things to do than watch TV or surf the internet. The front desk staff was friendly and the room was clean and comfortable. Our only complaint was that the window on the second floor of the cabin (that we weren't allowed to go up to) was open and it got rather cold in the room overnight. We didn't figure this out until we were checking out. Other than that, we had a very nice stay and would consider staying here again, especially if we couldn't get lodging within the park.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Aspen Inn Fort Klamath

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    Travel Blogs from Fort Klamath

    Crater Lake

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 15, 2013

    54 photos

    We got up early and left for Crater Lake National Park at about 7, right when the office opened so Sandy could get some coffee. From the hotel, it was only ten minutes to the park and maybe 30 minutes or so to the rim. We needed to be at the parking lot no later than 9 to be down to the docks by 930. But we had quite a bit of time, so we made a few …

    A Long Flight, A Long Drive

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 14, 2013

    2 photos

    We woke up quite early Saturday morning to begin our weeklong trip to Oregon to celebrate our two-year anniversary. We flew from RDU to Chicago O’Hare to PDX. Although the flights were mostly on time, surprising for United, it was a little slow getting the rental car. By about 130 in the afternoon Pacific Time, we finally were off. After a …

    Crater Lake

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 11, 2014

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... was spectacular!!! It looked like we were looking at a postcard the water was so blue but the small white caps let you know that it was real. We traveled the rim road and stopped at all the lookouts as it changed your perspective on the inside, the water, and Wizard Island (volcanic cone that is in the water and rises 755 feet above the water). There are boat rides to the Island but they were not running yet and to get to the launch site you had ...

    Crater Lake

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 11, 2013

    43 photos

    We have been traveling I-5 down through Washington, Oregon and California and we finally figured out it was better to get a campground near I-5, unhook the car, and drive to these mountainous places in the car instead of putting Big Mo through all those hills and curves. This morning we took off for Crater Lake - about 2 hours away from the campground but much better in the overall driving category; ...

    Day 2 and 3

    A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio on Sep 08, 2013

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... 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 ...