An incredible example of the best of what America’s National Park’s can be….nature at its pristine best! We originally planned a stay of 3 days at Crater Lake, but due to some unusually nasty fog, we hadn’t seen the lake in that time. Staying another day gave us the amazing views of the caldera that were more than worth waiting…
Heaven on earth. Each visit brings more joy and wonder. $25 per car entry fee is worth it for the preservation of what I consider to be one of the greatest natural wonders in the world.
Indescribable. There is only one place you can swim in the water. Water is GORGEOUS! The sky is beautiful at night. The staff is wonderful at the check in. If I remember correctly, it was $20/car. It’s open 24 hours but, if you are sleeping over night, you need a pass. Honestly, the most beautiful place I’ve ever been.
Crater lake was awe-inspiring. I definitely recommend the boat tour. The hike down and back up from the boat is definitely worth it. The water is unbelievably blue. It looks like they dye it that color. The rangers are very friendly and willing to answer questions.
What an amazing place and experience. Like no other park I’ve been too. As with all the other national parks, it is truly amazing. Go and enjoy on a full moon weekend and go for a walk at night from the lodge. Then do the full drive around. Go in the shoulder season and hope for some snow. It gets…
Crater Lake is spectacular. Blue, blue, blue is all I have to say. The views from anywhere in the park are breathtaking. Just a great place for hiking, and taking in the views. Lots of different options for trail hiking, from easy to challenging. Great place for families.
This is one of the most amazing places I have ever visited. The view is beautiful. Absolutely a bucket list location!