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Close to the world-famous natural attraction for which it's named, Crater Lake Resort is a charming place to bring your campervan rental to get away from the city and immerse yourself in the great outdoors. Surrounded on all sides by serene forests and the awe-inspiring Cascade Mountains, Crater Lake Resort camping puts travelers between Klamath Falls and Bend in central Oregon.
Whether you plan on glamping in a luxury yurt, bringing your own tent, or staying in a spacious site with your RV rental, there are plenty of different ways to enjoy this campground near Crater Lake. The spacious camping resort can accommodate large groups, family reunions, and families. Bathrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are located by the park entrance and the office.
The divine views of the mountains are reason enough to camp at Crater Lake Resort, but its proximity to the nearby national park and an array of fantastic amenities solidifies it as an excellent place to stay the night. Catch-and-release fishing, swimming, canoeing, and kayaking are welcome in the Fort Creek that flows alongside the campground, while hiking and biking can be accomplished on the nearby nature trails. With a communal fire pit, ball games, play areas, and more, you are certain to have a blast while camping at Crater Lake Resort.
You can’t do much better than Oregon when looking for epic places to go camping and exploring. The area surrounding Crater Lake Resort is second to none. Nearby state parks, national forests, and rustic campgrounds ensure a wild vacation full of thrills and adventure. Collier Memorial State Park brings in thousands of nature lovers each summer, with its promising views of the Cascade Mountains and its access to the Williamson River and Spring Creek that flow through it. Fishing, boating, swimming, and kayaking are part of the fun at this river park in central Oregon, with hiking trails and camping spots for your RV rental too.
Sun Pass State Forest is a breath of fresh air just north of the RV park, with open forests to mountain bike or hike through, along with streams and rivers where you can go boating, swimming, fishing, and kayaking. Both the Winema National Forest and the Fremont National Forest combine to surround Crater Lake Resort, comprised of over two million acres of enchanting forest land and rugged mountains. Within the forests, lakes provide visitors ample space to boat, swim, or fish. Lake of the Woods is full of bass and trout. Backcountry wilderness areas and peaceful campgrounds make it a well-rounded choice for those looking for a beautiful, balanced place to explore.
While you're renting an RV near Crater Lake, you can't miss a visit to Crater Lake National Park. Your campsite at Crater Lake Resort is within a short drive of this world-class destination, considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its unparalleled beauty. Once an active volcano, the ancient Mount Mazama blew its top over 7,000 years ago, leaving a massive crater in its wake. Now you can drive, walk, or bike around the massive caldera that slopes down at a sharp angle to the frigid waters of Crater Lake. Boat trips are provided by the park, as are camping facilities.
Just a short drive is all you need to reach Klamath Falls. The city is just down the road to the south and is a good destination for sightseeing, shopping, and dining during your stay. Cafes, breweries, small shops, restaurants, and more are part of the county seat’s layout, with pedestrian-friendly walkways and beautiful lakefront on the massive Klamath Lake. Tons of museums provide visitors insight into the city, county, and world, depending on interests. The Baldwin Hotel Museum is a stunning brick structure erected in 1906 and home to a lovely hotel for much of its existence. There is a lot to learn from its relics and antiques while touring the space.
The Favell Museum contains a mix of Native American artifacts and art pieces created by contemporary artists. Thousands of tools, trinkets, costumes, and weapons from local Modoc and Klamath native people are on display in the space, and modern art too. In fact, there are over 100,000 artifacts from native cultures from the tip of Patagonia in South America all the way up to the Arctic Circle.
The Klamath County Museum has indoor and outdoor exhibits telling the story of Klamath and the county, giving a thorough rundown of the town’s past. A fabulous botanical garden showcases a variety of plants native to the region, further adding to its educational appeal.