Oregon Visitor's Guide

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
Why It’s Cool: Who wouldn't want to hang out in a sleeping volcano? Take a morning dip in Crater Lake and relish the fact that—at 1,943 feet—you’re swimming in the U.S.'s deepest lake. Scientists say it’s also one of the cleanest and clearest bodies of water in America.

Where to Camp: Choose between Mazama and Lost Creek. Mazama is seven miles south of Rim Village and has a few electric hookups for RVs. Lost Creek is tent camping only but has many of the same amenities. Backcountry camping is also allowed, but campers must get a permit from the Park Headquarters, visitor center, or ranger station.

When It’s Open: Mazama is open June 3 to October 9, while Lost Creek ranges early July to mid-October. Backcountry camping has a shorter time frame due to snow, but you can typically visit mid-July through September.

Cost: Mazama is $22 per night for tent sites, $31 per night for RV sites ($35 for ones with the electric hookup). Lost Creek is $10 per night. For more information, visit the park's website.

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