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Near the shores of Lemolo Lake in central Oregon, you can book an RV rental and stay at one of the most peaceful and scenic campgrounds in the Pacific Northwest. Lemolo is a Chinook native word for "wild,” and when you rent an RV near Lemolo Lake/Crater Lake North KOA, you will immediately see what the name refers to. Bountiful forests brimming with wildlife blanket the Cascade Mountains, with dazzling views of Oregon’s rich evergreen landscape in all directions. From the lofty peaks and volcanoes near the RV park to the impressive Oregon coastline, there are thousands of reasons to visit and camp in this incredible state.
Although this idyllic campground is situated in the heart of national forest land, it's only a couple of hours' drive from Bend or Eugene, making it incredibly accessible despite its remote feel. When you arrive at your temporary campground home, you can choose from a variety of camping spots. Cozy, private, and spacious campsites are available in an assortment of styles, with spaces designated for RVs, tents, and large groups.
The main feature of the park is the 500-hundred-acre lake, featuring a bounty of freshwater fish that you can catch and cook for dinner over a campfire. Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and sun tanning by the lake are also possible when you stay at this scenic spot. Waterfront camping, bathroom and shower facilities, a laundry area, boat rentals, and awesome hiking trails can also be utilized by guests camping at Lemolo Lake/Crater Lake North KOA.
Oregon is essentially one massive wilderness area, so any direction you head will yield some exciting adventures. When you book an RV in Douglas County, you can plan on visiting places like Collier Memorial State Park, located not far to the south of Lemolo Lake/Crater Lake North KOA. The park is home to both Spring Creek and the Williamson River, a true hotspot for fishing and boating. Hike in the lush forests, go for a swim, or camp out beneath the stars when you make the trip to Collier Memorial State Park.
LaPine State Park can be found by driving north, with vast expanses of rugged wilderness ready to be explored. You can hike through the woods in search of centuries-old Ponderosa pine trees, fish or boat in the Deschutes River, see craters and caves, observe wildlife, or camp out with your RV rental.
Deschutes National Forest nearly surrounds Lemolo Lake/Crater Lake North KOA, so you’ll be able to drive through this vast paradise to get to and from your RV park. Five wilderness areas covering one and a half million acres comprise this impressive natural area, bringing in over three million people each year. You can hike, bike, mountain climb, swim, fish, and even ski or snowboard on Mount Bachelor during the wintertime.
Crater Lake National Park is the crown jewel of Oregon, home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Contained in the ancient remains of Mount Mazama, you can see one of the deepest, clearest, and coldest lakes in North America, surrounded by the rim of the now extinct volcano. Swimming or boating in the alpine lake can be a blast, while others choose to walk, bike, or drive around the caldera of the ancient crater. You can camp for a night or two in Deschutes National Forest or Crater Lake National Park if you want to immerse yourself in these stunning spreads of land for a while.
When you rent an RV near Lemolo Lake/Crater Lake North KOA, you may need to spend some time on the road if you want a taste of city life. This wilderness campground is up in the mountains, away from civilization, but you can drive to places like Eugene or Bend to see some city attractions while you're here.
Since Eugene is home to the University of Oregon, there are a variety of fascinating museums in the city that you can tour, like the Hult Center for the Performing Arts. This fantastic art space has workshops, classrooms, seminars, art galleries, and a live performance stage for music, plays, and comedians. The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is another art institution near the University of Oregon campus, with an astonishing collection of art from all around the globe.
The Museum of Natural and Cultural History on campus is out of this world, containing an eclectic mix of historical and scientific resources concerning the natural world and the cultural development of the land. You can see some strange sites, like fossilized animal skeletons, and 9,000-year-old shoes left behind by ancient ancestors.