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Crater Lake National Park

3,023 Reviews

Crater Lake National Park

3,023 Reviews
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Crater Lake 3-Day Tour from Portland
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2 day tour to from Eugene to Crater Lake
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2 day tour to from Eugene to Crater Lake

Explore Oregon without the hassle of planning on a two–day tour from Eugene that includes a night of accommodation and all entrance fees. After a day of exploring the cliffs and vistas of Crater Lake, which can be difficult to navigate without the knowledge of a guide, visit small towns that visitors often miss, from Sisters to Sahalie Falls. A small group size ensures a personal, tailored experience.
US$ 463.38 per adult
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Sheldon wrote a review Dec 2020
13 contributions2 helpful votes
spectacular views! A wonderful location to visit and experience such an encaptivating lake. Read about the history of Carter lake! Walk around on the numerous trails
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Date of experience: November 2020
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CentralCoast2 wrote a review Nov 2020
Baywood Park, California389 contributions32 helpful votes
Crater Lake is an amazing park. We didn't explore a lot of the park. We centered our visit around the lake. The caldera is so dramatic. The lake is incredibly blue. You can't experience the impact of the scenery until you experience it yourself. The Rim Road is the best way to see the lake. There are many vista points to pull off and see the different features. The Rim Road is a two lane road with a sheer drop off on one side. It reminds me of Highway One thru Big Sur. This park should be on everyone's bucket list.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Alacrout wrote a review Nov 2020
Los Angeles, California96 contributions27 helpful votes
When you’re there, this feels like it’s smaller than many other national parks... You get to an overlook, look out at the lake, and feel like you’ve already seen everything. However, there are plenty of hiking trails all over the park, other beautiful mountain views, and a huge canyon to see. The lake itself is gorgeous from all angles anyway. It never hurts to stop at another overlook around the Rim Drive. You could easily spend 2-3 hours driving around the lake, stopping at various overlooks, and then wonder where all your time went. If you have enough time, one of the coolest things to do here is take a boat tour! It’s the only way to get to Wizard Island and being inside the crater gives you a unique perspective.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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rob b wrote a review Nov 2020
Saint Cloud, Minnesota306 contributions57 helpful votes
well this has to be one of the most beautiful places in the country ,,so peaceful and just plain awesome ,i get to visit the lake every oct. with relatives in the area ,so a 20 min.drive is so nice,,you will never get tired of seeing the beautiful crater lake ,,it is a must see for anyone who loves nature and ,also walk down to the lake at cleatwood trail ,its a mile down but well worth it ,and you can even take a swim ,if brave enough ,,the water is a little chilly
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Date of experience: October 2020
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sandiablonde wrote a review Oct 2020
Edgewood, New Mexico541 contributions242 helpful votes
Wow! We drove up to Discovery Point in the thick haze of the nearby wildfires and got our first look at this great national wonder and wow, it is breathtaking. Much larger than I thought it was. The pictures you see on the ads and such don't do this place justice. We arrived in the early afternoon in the beginning of October and the day was nice with the exception of the smoke. Drove around the lake some and then stopped at the Cleetwood Cove trailhead and walked down to the shore. Beautiful hike but it is rather steep. We came back the next day to spend more time and do more hiking and it was 32 degrees with low hanging clouds and rain/snow mix. What a difference a day makes. We managed to get one hike in during a small break in the weather, but that's what you get when you go in October! Well worth a visit and we will most likely come back during the summer or early fall to re-visit. Fantastic.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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