Jo'S Motel And Campground
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Jo'S Motel And Campground Fort Klamath
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... of the crater you pass through heavy wooded forests, the Oregon Pines stand as straight as an arrow and point skywards as if directing you to the summit.
The road twists and turns on its way to the rim with breathtaking views into the valley below. Although the road narrows, the marked speed limit is 20 to 25 mph makes it an extremely easy drive. Once more there are many areas that have been constructed to be able to pull over and take in the ...
... We sat at the top for a while admiring the view before making the descent back to the car. From there, it was time for Cleetwood Cove, which is the only access (legally) to the shore of the lake. It was a steep mile down, which meant it would be a steep mile back up, but we found it relatively easy. The best part of the hike was the varying colors of the water. The bright blues and turquoise greens are not that easy to differentiate from above, ...
... 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 ...
... I would love to go back sometime when we could hike down to the lake, travel to Wizard Island, and climb up to Watchman Peak. We saw the trail to Watchman Peak on this trip, but it was covered with several feet of snow. We had a lovely picnic on the rim instead.
We visited the ranger station and learned about the geology ...
... 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 ...