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Lucyc858

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Posted: 09/09/19 08:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We want to visit Crater Lake on our way from San Diego to Seattle. We would appreciate information on RV Parks near Crater Lake. We are towing a 32 foot fifth wheel.
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We used the KOA in Klamath Falls, OR when we visited Crater Lake. Sites were close but the bath/showers were very nice.

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We stayed at Collier Memorial State Park near Chiloquin, OR about 35 miles from Crater Lake and found it very convenient and a very nice place to stay. Pictures of our site and what we did are available on our blog.


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I don't think there are any.

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We stayed at Farewell Bend right near the entrance road to the park. It was a great spot.
Lots of other hiking opportunities nearby, too
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Posted: 09/10/19 09:04am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

accsys wrote:

We stayed at Collier Memorial State Park near Chiloquin, OR about 35 miles from Crater Lake and found it very convenient and a very nice place to stay. Pictures of our site and what we did are available on our blog.


I've stayed in both Farewell Bend & Collier Memorial State Park. Collier has a great logging museum. My favorite campground in the area (well two hours away) is Susan Creek Campground. No hookups, but water and restrooms with hot showers. It is on OR 138 at milepost 28. Highway 138 has a bunch of beautiful waterfalls that are short hikes off the road:
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diamond lake rv park is hard to beat.

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Collier Memorial for me also, we stayed there it is a great park and a nice drive to Crater Lake from there.
Nice logging museum as pointed out previously.


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We stayed at Joseph Stewart State Recreation Area which is about 35 miles SW of Crater Lake. It was a beautiful campground and a nice easy drive over to Crater Lake. There is also a little cafe along the way in Union Creek named Beckie's that makes fantastic homemade pies. We stopped on the way to Crater for breakfast and on the way back for the pie!


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Another vote for Collier State Park.


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