Crater Lake Lodging, Resorts

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Although Crater Lake National Park lodging includes a beautiful lodge, rustic mountain cabins, and two campgrounds, nearby communities also offer many nice places to stay during your visit.

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  • Two campgrounds allow you to camp out under the stars not far from the lake.
  • The beautiful and historic lodge has 71 private rooms.
  • Mazama Village offers rustic mountain cabins.
  • Nearby communities also offer many lodging options.


Nearly half a million people visit Crater Lake every year to enjoy the spectacular beauty of this pristine lake and the surrounding area. For those who prefer camping out under the stars, Crater Lake lodging options include two campgrounds. You might also enjoy the rustic ambience of the Crater Lake cabins at Mazama Village. For those who want to indulge in a bit of luxury will appreciate one of the Crater Lake National Park hotel’s beautiful private rooms. Whatever your preference, be sure to make reservations well in advance, as this is one of Oregon’s most popular destinations.

Crater Lake Lodge

The Crater Lake Lodge is your finest (and only) choice in terms of Crater Lake hotels. But you won’t be disappointed. This historic, beautiful lodge has a charming 1920s ambience and overlooks the caldera’s southwestern rim. There are 71 private rooms and a dining room in the lodge. Rates range from $179-$246 and you can reserve a room online or by calling 888-774-2728.

The Cabins at Mazama Village

Mazama Village has several rustic A-frame cabins surrounded by towering Ponderosa pines. The village is located near the south entrance of the park, just seven miles from the lake. Each of the 40 guestrooms has a private bath. Cabins run $155/night.


There are two campgrounds within Crater Lake National Park. You can reserve a site at one of the campgrounds, but the smaller one is on a first come, first served basis.

  • Mazama Campground
    Location: Seven miles from the caldera’s rim, near the Annie Springs Entrance Station.
    Fees: Per night fees are $22 for tents and $31 for RVs for two adults, $3.50 for each additional adult.
    Amenities: 212 sites with fresh water, fire rings, flush toilets, coin-operated showers and laundry facilities, picnic tables, and a dump station. You can buy firewood at the Mazama Store.
    Reservations: Call 888-774-2728 or make a reservation online.
  • Lost Creek Campground
    Location: On the spur road to the Pinnacles Overlook, in the park’s southeast corner.
    Fee: $10 for 2 adults, $3 for each additional person.
    Amenities: 16 individual tent camping sites. Drinking water, flush toilets, picnic tables, and fire pits are available at this campground.
    Reservations: None – sites are first come, first served.