Mazama Village Motor Inn & Campground, Crater Lake OR

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Mazama Village

When you visit Crater Lake National Park you can find lodging at Mazama Village, located near the park’s south entrance just seven miles from the rim of beautiful Crater Lake.

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  • Mazama Village provides a Motor Inn with several cabins, as well as a campground.
  • The village is usually open from early June to mid-September.
  • Enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, boat tours, and wildlife viewing.
  • The village has a restaurant, gift shop, general store, laundry facility, and gas station.


Whether you prefer to camp underneath the stars or indulge in the comforts of a rustic cabin, Mazama Village at Crater Lake National Park offers you both. The village consists of a nice Motor Inn with several A-frame cabins and a beautiful campground. It is located just inside the park’s south entrance. Surrounded by beautiful scenery, the village is only seven miles from the lake’s edge. While you’re there you can tour the lake by boat, hike the nearby trails, view the spectacular wildlife, or just relax as you enjoy some of Oregon’s most breathtaking scenery.

Location & Information

Mazama Village is just inside the south entrance of Crater Lake National Park, about 112 to 145 miles from Bend (depending on the route taken). It is usually open from early June to mid-September.

Contact information: Mazama Village Drive, Crater Lake, OR 97604, Phone: 888-774-2728 541-594-2255. Visit the website here.


While you’re staying at Mazama Village you can enjoy hiking over 90 miles of trails, including part of the beautiful Pacific Crest Trail. The views are breathtaking and you may glimpse some of the native wildlife. Take a challenging bike ride on the 33 mile Rim Drive. Bring your pole and fish for salmon or trout in the lake. From July to mid-September embark on one of the boat cruises on the lake’s sparkling waters.

Fun Facts

  • Crater Lake is actually a volcanic caldera that formed when Mount Mazama erupted over 7,700 years ago. It is the deepest lake in the U.S. at 1,943 feet.
  • The Mazama Village cabins have 40 guestrooms in all, each with a private bath. Reservations are recommended.
  • The campground at Mazama Village has 212 sites for tents and RVs. Public showers and restrooms are available, as well as a gas station, laundry facilities, dump stations, and general store. A few sites can be reserved in advance, while the rest are on a first come, first served basis.
  • The village also has a restaurant and gift shop.