Jo'S Motel And Campground

Address: 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: Ten Years Later

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Aug 27, 2014

      23 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Crater Lake N.P.( a deep subject)

      A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Jul 21, 2014

      16 photos

      ... body of water in the world. When the Mt. Mazama volcano erupted long ago it collapsed to form a caldera similar to Yellowstone. But instead of dirt, it filled with snow and rain. There are no inlets or outlets, it maintains a balance between snow/rain and evaporation. The lake has one large island (Wizard) which itself was a later volcanic eruption complete with a small crater. Also one tiny island (Phantom Ship) that is still ...

      Crater Lake

      A travel blog entry by psandefur on Jun 11, 2014

      2 comments, 40 photos

      ... the lake is 1949 feet the caldera is 3900 (since eruption, material has fallen into the caldera from the walls, and from new volcanic activity inside). Since the east rim road was not open we were not able to see the Pinnacles and the phantom ship.

      We left there and in wondering home decided to stop by the Rogue River and have a snack. We went to the Park down the road and walked the path that they set up for viewing the area as it ...

      Crater Lake

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 15, 2013

      54 photos

      ... Initially, we thought they were chipmunks, but a ranger later told us that they are actually golden-mantled ground squirrels. Along the rim of the crater, there were a lot of spooky-looking dead trees that had been killed by dwarf mistletoe, a parasitic plant.

      Hiking back down to the bottom, we took the Fumarole Bay Trail, which runs along western shore of the island to Fumarle Bay. It was a very rocky trail and made for some ...

      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 ...