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RV camp in southern Oregon surrounded by magical old-growth forests that have been untouched by man for generations. The majestic Mount McLaughlin’s reflection is apparent on Fish Lake’s clear, glassy surface. If one could soar overhead alongside a bald eagle or osprey, which are frequent visitors to the area, the reason for Fish Lake’s name would become apparent; it indeed resembles a fish, albeit an oddly shaped one.
Situated in deep woods, Fish Lake Resort RV campground has 45 sites, and guests are welcome to choose from either full or partial hookups or to opt-out entirely. There are restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. In addition to the general store, there is also an on-site diner called Tadpole Cafe that specializes in delicious burgers. Situated on the shores of Fish Lake, it should be no surprise that Fish Lake Resort also offers boat rentals to their guests. The selection includes motorboats, rowboats, pontoons, canoes, and kayaks. Fishing, too, is an activity enjoyed by many. Anglers can choose to fish from the shore or a boat, and they can expect to catch rainbow trout, eastern brook trout, tiger trout, and at certain times of the year, chinook salmon.
Fish Lake Resort is open year-round, which is excellent for accessing some of the wonderful outdoor recreation fun in the area, especially in winter. In fact, the resort is right next door to a couple of long trails that hikers can enjoy.
The closest town with grocery stores, shopping, and a hospital is Medford, which is about 40 miles west. Due to the remoteness and rugged terrain, any visitors to Fish Lake Resort and the surrounding area are highly advised to stock up on food and RV supplies before entering the mountains. Rent an RV and prepare to embark on an RV camping trip of a lifetime.
Surrounded by mountains, valleys, and endless trails to explore, the opportunities for recreational fun is limited only by one’s imagination. Crater Lake National Park harbors one of the few active volcanoes on the west coast. Though it has been several thousand years since it last erupted (around 7,700 years to be more precise), it’s considered active. What sets it apart from its cousin volcanoes is the lake that fills the caldera. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and is the ninth-deepest in the world. In addition to photographing the unique geological curiosity, visitors also enjoy a wide array of activities, including but not limited to biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and fishing.
The region averages 500 inches of snowfall annually, and naturally, winter activities are a priority for many adventurers. Though snowmobiling inside the caldera is prohibited (and comes with a hefty fine), a nine-mile groomed trail follows the North Entrance road to the top of the rim. Elsewhere, there are several additional miles of snowmobile trails, though not all are groomed. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are likewise enjoyed by many. Adventurers are advised to join a ranger-led snowshoeing or cross-country skiing tour because navigating in such deep snow is a foreign experience for even the most experienced outdoorsmen.
During the summers, hikers may swim in the chilly waters of Crater Lake. However, note that there is only one access trail - the terrain elsewhere is too steep and treacherous - and the “swim beach” is small. During the peak season, it can get somewhat crowded. Though boating is permitted, there are no boat ramps for the public to use. All boats currently on the lake were delivered by a helicopter. Fishing likewise is permitted at the lake and elsewhere in the park. However, due to the fragile state of the ecosystem, only artificial lures may be used. Although there are no native fish inside the lake, in the early 1900s, the lake was stocked with a few species of fish, and two survived to this day: kokanee salmon and rainbow trout.
Before - or after - entering the mountains in a rental motorhome, it’s well worth stopping in the towns ringing Medford to explore their charms and attractions. Eagle Point is known for its wine valley region, and there are dozens of wineries in the area. And no wonder. Oregon is especially well-known for its rich, lush soil that grapevines thrive in. Agate Ridge Vineyard is a boutique wine producer that has won several awards for its varietals. The tasting room is set in a 1910 historic farmhouse with fantastic views of the rolling hills covered by grapes.
When your itching for high-octane fun, White City, has the area’s only auto racetrack and autocross track. The dirt track presents a unique challenge to racecar drivers, especially if it has rained recently. The tracks regularly host regional and national races that feature a wide range of cars from winged sprint cars to SODCA dwarf cars.
Rockhounds and fossil hunters may enjoy stopping in at the Crater Rock Museum in Central Point. The museum features dazzling displays of minerals, gems, petrified wood, and fossils found both in Oregon and around the world.
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