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No trip through Southern Oregon is complete without a stop at Crater Lake National Park. Covering more than 180,000 acres, the park includes Mount Mazama, Rogue River National Forest and Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States. Their pristine lake was born from the violent volcanic eruption of Mount Mazama more than 7,700 years ago, which caused the peak to collapse, forming the caldera.
Spring, summer and fall see the most hikers along popular trails like the 2.5-mile trail up Mount Scott or the Cleetwood Clove Trail to the water. You can drive, bike or walk along Rim Drive, or visit the lake’s islands. Winter activities include skiing, snowmobiling, and guided snowshoe walks. Sunset and meteor views from Watchman Lookout are incredible.