Crater Lake National Park

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Travel Blogs from Crater Lake National Park

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Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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This morning I drove north to Crater Lake National Park in Oregon.  The lake was incredible.  It had a blue color I have never seen before.  So bright blue and clear!  Close ot the shore where I came in ...

Vo Seattle nach San Francisco, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Vo Seattle nach San Francisco

A travel blog entry by two_broke_girls

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Leider ha is geschter verpasst zum Crater Lake zgo da i bim fausche Igang bi gse. De bi i ebe höt am morge gange.. Isch mega chaut gse aber sooooo unglaublich.. Leider het me ned ome ganz See chönne fahre da es mega vöu schnee het ka.. Und jetz ...

Crater Lake, Crater Lake National Park, United States travel blog

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by libbykay

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Camped for a night at Crater Lake National Park, which was so beautiful! I did a hike that I don't remember the name of but it had a nice view of the lake from up ...

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World's Clearest and Stunning Blue Lake

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen

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... shore and a small shop with homemade ice cream. Day 1 We headed to Crater Lake early in the morning. Established in 1902, Crater Lake National Park is the fifth oldest national park in the United States and the only one in the state of Oregon. The park ...

Attractions in Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park Attractions (3)
Crater Lake

Crater Lake

5.00

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, United States

Beautiful lake which is the centerpiece of Crater Lake National Park.

Wizard Island

Wizard Island

5.00

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, United States

Island in Crater Lake.

Rim Drive

Rim Drive

4.50

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, United States

Scenic 33-mile drive which must be taken in a clockwise direction since areas of it are one-way.