Crater Lake National Park

By Daniel Beteta

History Of Crater Lake

Crater Lake has long attracted the wonder and admiration of people all over the world. It is the deepest lake in the United States, and the ninth deepest in the world. Its fresh water is some of the clearest found anywhere in the world. It is said that the lake resides in the crater of an inactive volcano.
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Location and Weather

Crater Lake National Park is located in southern Oregon. Established in 1902, Crater Lake National Park is the fifth oldest national park in the United States and the only one in the state of Oregon. Admission to Park is free of charge.

From October to June, Crater Lake National Park is a snow-covered wilderness. November through April is assuredly snowy with poor visibility and fair to poor driving conditions, but wonderful skiing and snowshoeing opportunities. With snowfall still lingering on the ground in early July, winter defines Crater Lake National Park more than any other season.

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The trip takes place during winter, so it is advised that you should wear multiple layers of clothing and a heavy coat to surpass the cold temperatures. Average cost: $80.00
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Camping Supplies (1 Person Camping Trip)

Backpack Camping:

- Plane Ticket to Oregon: $477.00, 6h flight

- Small or Medium sized water container: $20.00

- Below 20 degrees Sleeping bag (Individual size): $50.00

- 4 days supply of food (small provisions) $10.00 - $15.00

- Small cooking pot: $45.00

- 2 or 3 mini propane tanks: $4.50 each

- Fire starters (magnesium rods or a lighter): $1.75 or $2.00

- Travel Efficient First Aid Kit: $10.00

- Flares and Handheld Flashlight: $8.00 total

- Survival Tools (Hunting Knife and Shovel): $55.00 total

- Camping Tent (2 People size): $35.00

Car Camping is prohibited during the winter

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Day 4: Snowmobiling (Finale Day)

The last activity you will be doing in the park is none other than snowmobiling. The rental for one of these machines is only $85.00 for 2 hours per person. The set trail is located outside the park boundaries to avoid any damage caused from the snowmobile to the wildlife. Once your time is up, you can return to your camp site and enjoy your final lunch hour for the day. At the end of the day, you should pack up your belongings, exit the park and reflect your experience at Crater Lake National Park!
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Thanks For Watching!

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