Union Creek Resort
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you get down to the shore they are so vibrant. We enjoyed our lunch on the rocks along the shore while we watched braver souls jumping into the 44 degree water. We took off our hiking boots to soak our stinking feet for a minute or two, and found that to be plenty cool enough for us! After our day of hiking, we discovered free showers in the next camp loop over, which for Scampers is a gold mine. We were psyched, after sleeping full of dried sweat ...
... the water the dark blue color that everyone marvels at. Every viewing point of the lake provides it’s own postcard picture moment. The rim trail is perched several hundred feet above the lake. This perspective provides an awesome way to see this natural wonder.
With that said…. I would not recommend ever going there and I will never be back. Crater Lake is a "drive through" park. It is a ...
... 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. ...
... Pinnacles from the overlook and then hiked the short trail to see a few more along the gorge until reaching the park boundary. The trail continues into Winema National Forest, but it was getting late so we hiked back to the car. We got back on the Rim Drive and stopped for one more waterfall, Vidae Falls, as we finished up the loop. This is an easy roadside waterfall. Vidae Falls is about a hundred feet of cascades, but being in the ...