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Points of Interest at Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park is located in southern Oregon and is home to the deepest lake in the country. There are plenty of activities to do both in and around the lake, including fishing, hiking, and boating. First time visitors to the park won’t want to miss out on the main points of interest!  RimContinue reading “Points of Interest at Crater Lake National Park”

Places to Visit After Crater Lake National Park

A breathtaking national park located in southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is home to the deepest lake in the country. Visitors to the park will love boating, hiking, fishing, and exploring in this natural refuge. Once you’ve had your fill of Crater Lake National Park, head to the following nearby destinations to continue yourContinue reading “Places to Visit After Crater Lake National Park”

Oregon Cascades to Coast Road Trip

With vast, gorgeous landscapes stretching throughout the state, the best way to explore all that Oregon has to offer is via road trip. The Oregon Cascades to Coast Road Trip courses through the snow-capped Cascade Mountains, several national forests, Crater Lake National Park, and the Oregon Dunes. Bend Your road trip will begin at Bend,Continue reading “Oregon Cascades to Coast Road Trip”

Staying Safe at Crater Lake National Park

Home to the deepest lake in the United States, Crater Lake National Park is located in southern Oregon. With crystal clear waters and its shockingly blue color, there’s no question why Crater Lake is the centerpiece of this scenic park. There are some important safety precautions to take before visiting Crater Lake National Park. WeatherContinue reading “Staying Safe at Crater Lake National Park”

Watching Wildlife in Crater Lake National Park

Located in southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is known for housing the deepest lake in the United States and the second-deepest lake in North America. Established in 1902, the lake is the fifth-oldest national park in the United States and the only national park in Oregon today. It’s home to the caldera of CraterContinue reading “Watching Wildlife in Crater Lake National Park”