Jo'S Motel And Campground

52851 Highway 62, Fort Klamath, Oregon, 97626 , United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 52851 Highway 62, Fort Klamath.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Klamath

    Crater Lake

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 11, 2014

    2 comments, 35 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

    ... the rest of our tour. A couple of young ladies were on the boat tour, but had not gotten off at the island. They worked as biologists for the National Park Service and had been living in the park over the summer for research. Yesterday had been their last working day and they wanted to take advantage of the boat tour before leaving. From the boat dock, we continued in the counterclockwise direction around the lake towards Chaski Bay. ...

    A Long Flight, A Long Drive

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 14, 2013

    2 photos

    ... worth the stop and $5 parking fee. It was a very short hike on a paved trail from the parking area to main viewing area. When we first got there, I looked around and didn’t see it at first. Then I got past some rocks and vegetation and turned to my left and WOW, that’s a huge waterfall, almost 300 feet. And although it’s the dry season in Oregon, the water was still flowing ...

    Crater Lake

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 11, 2013

    43 photos

    ... the Lake as pristine as it is now.

    Once the tour was done, it was around 4:00 and we had been told that the porch on the back of Crater Lake Lodge was a beautiful place to relax and have an afternoon snack. We joined about 20 other people sitting in large, wooden rocking chairs on the porch, looking out over the Lake. We had drinks and shrimp cocktail and got several good shots of a new bird ...

    Day 2 and 3

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

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... but the only seepage out of the lake occurs though holes I. The rock, and no one knows where the water goes as it doesn't feed into any of the local riviera. In addition, the water in the lake contains helium molecules, which means it is not drinkable. Wildlife includes ground sorrels, chipmunks, bald eagles, hawks,  osprey and salmon and rainbow trout in the lake itself, this fish having been introduced in ...