Union Creek Resort
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- Pets allowed
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After driving back with my folks from California we side tracked to crater lake national park. Most of the park is closed this time of year however we stopped off and the south visitors center and then headed up to the rim village. I was surprised to find that after about 30 minutes I had taken all the pictures I could and was ready to go. Mom was …
... with the percolator, I cannot believe we went so long on this trip without a hammock!
On our last full day in the park, we hiked Garfield Peak first, which was not as long or strenuous as Mount Scott. It is located on the South end of the lake, so the views of Phantom Ship were different and beautiful as expected. After Garfield Peak, we walked through the village and made our way to the short and easy Discovery Point trail, which followed ...
... Now if you have nothing but time and money, then I would say by all means, go see Crater Lake. If however like us your vacation time is limited and your wallet is not busting at the seams….I could recommend many other destinations that offer more for less.
We ended up camping about 30 miles down the road at Newberry National Volcanic Monument. It was not all that different from Crater Lake, ...
... part of California is they had signs allowing bicycle riders on the interstate. Seems kind of dangerous with the roads going up and down and people driving at high speeds.
After we passed Weed, CA (Cool city name like Cool, CA) which was around 3900 feet it wound down to near 2700. In this area it is more like high desert with some green fields in the valley and brown rolling hills with small trees and there were a lot of cattle ...
... Lake. The geologic history of this sight is very interesting! Crater Lake is the site of the former Mount Mazama, once the highest peak in Oregon, until the caldera collapsed (taking the top of the mountain with it), forming the crater that holds Crater Lake.
We took an afternoon and explored the sights at lower elevations too. ...