Three days at Crater Lake RV Park and yesterday at Crater Lake National Park. I think Crater Lake is the most beautiful National Park I’ve been to. It’s small relative to Yellowstone, Glacier and Great Smoky Mountain, but it is just stunning when you get on top of the volcano and look down into the incredibly blue lake. This National Park started forming 7700 years ago when Mount Mazama erupted and then over the next few hundreds of thousands of years the volcanic debris eroded and a lake formed in the caldron from snowmelt. The lake is almost 2000 feet deep, the deepest in North America and 4th deepest in the world. The photos don’t do it justice! It was on to Harris State Park in Brookings, OR today.
Phantom Ship rock formation in Crater Lake
The lake is crystal clear.
My beautiful wife!
You can really see the Caldron of the volcano.
The RV park had DirecTV with NFL Sunday Ticket…I was good to go!
The road to the park. The trees were huge!
We drove to Rabbit Ears.
Avenue of Boulders.
The Rogue River goes through a lava tube. This is the entrance of the tube.
That is the exit.
You can take the girl out of Medford…
On the way to Brookings, OR.