Crater Lake National Park was created out of the death of the once-powerful volcano Mount Mazama and left the deepest lake in the entire United States in its wake.
Crater Lake National Park with Deep blue waters, evergreens, and varied wildlife dot the area you’ll be staying in this part of Oregon.
It snows a lot at Crater Lake National Park, averaging a whopping 533 inches a year, that’s over 44 feet every year. This snow, of course, restricts access to many portions of the park most the year. In July and August, Crater Lake finds momentary refuge from the snowy onslaught making mid to late summer the best time to be able to enjoy as much of Crater Lake National Park as you can.