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Traveling to oregon april 1 to 8 in a RV wondering if it would be difficult to see crater lake?
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Explore the Depths of Crater Lake

May 24, 2011, 9:31 am
Located in the heart of Southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is a must-see for any fan of the outdoors. Named for the deepest lake in the country, the park encompasses dazzling Crater Lake and the surrounding mountains. With hiking trails through pines and hemlock forests, the park is ...

Species Spotlight: American Badger

May 24, 2011, 9:05 am
Often lumped in with weasels and rodents, badgers are often misunderstood creatures. Badgers have short, muscular legs that are extremely powerful and used for digging deep into the earth. The animals use their burrows for both shelter and protection. American badgers tend to be solitary animals and are most ...

Hiking to Seven 8,000-foot points on Crater Lake rim

September 13, 2010, 9:49 am
Want a new way to experience Crater Lake? By all means, drive 33-mile Rim Drive around the lake, stopping at the many viewpoints. But also take time for some hikes. Some unusual hikes. Oregon's only full-service national park has some absolutely stunning perches to take in views of Wizard Island, the Phantom ...

Photos of Crater Lake National Park boat tour

September 13, 2010, 9:47 am
Terry Richard of The Oregonian has posted photos of his recent adventure on the  Crater Lake boat tour. As the photos show, it's an experience not to be missed! View the slideshow at ...

Fall Deals at National Park Lodges

September 10, 2010, 8:04 am
With shorter days signaling the end of summer, fewer daylight hours present an opportunity to visit many of our national parks without the crowds that are the hallmark of summer vacation. The national park shoulder season offer a quieter and slower-paced atmosphere but you wont have to sacrifice the ...

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