“large campsite with 198 sites”
Open mid June to early October (weather permitting). Has 200 sites, Reservations are not taken, however sites are usually available. Running water, flush toilets, picnic tables, and fire rings are provided.
Mazama Campground lies immediately within the Annie Spring Entrance Station south of Crater Lake. The facility consists of 198 campsites some of which are accessible for individuals using wheelchairs. The sites at this facility are available on a first come, first served basis from mid-June through early October. Each site at Mazama Campground consists of a fire ring and picnic table. Campground amenities include drinking water and flush toilets. Evening programs are conducted at this site through the summer. The Annie Creek Canyon Trail is accessible from the campground.
Reservations for some of the sites are now being taken; see the national park website.
Crater Lake and the awe inspiring Cascade Mountains make this a memorable stop when touring Oregon. Majestic trees tower above campsites and wildlife abounds. The showers at 75¢ for 4 minutes of hot water seemed a bit stingy given that the campsite was $22/night on top of the $25/ day state park fee, especially since the showers were in poor condition. However, the beauty more than made up for it. We’d return there in a heartbeat.
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