Want to stay at Crater Lake for a night or two? There are a handful of options that could work for you.
The Crater Lake Lodge is a great option but it can be booked weeks, months or even years in advance. Even if you cannot get a room, be sure to check out this wonderful lodge and the historic plaques found around the property. Reserve your room here.
The Cabins at Mazama Village is located seven miles south from the rim of Crater Lake. It’s a wonderful spot, free from televisions, telephones or other distractions. Just take it all in and make your reservation here.
Mazama Campground is just seven miles from the rim of Crater Lake near Highway 62. There are 214 campsites for everything from tents to RVs. Reservations are highly recommended here.
Lost Creek Campground, run by the National Forest Service, has just 16 tent-only sites. Found on the road to Pinnacles Overlook, these sites are self-service and reservations are not taken. You’ll find bathrooms, drinking water and sinks along with picnic tables, fire rings and food lockers.
Backcountry Camping is an option for the experienced hiker and avid adventurer. To get a free permit to stay the night along the Pacific Crest Trail, just stop by the Park Headquarters. Permits are not available over the phone.
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