Crater Lake National Park attracts hundreds of thousands of people each year from all around the world. The deepest lake in the US is located within the crater of Mount Mazama, a massive volcano that erupted 7,700 years ago, leaving behind a bowl filled with some of the cleanest water on the planet. Visitors have always been charmed by going to the lake's shore, examining its various natural features, and staring from spectacular viewpoints. The lake's characteristic blue tint is a testimonial to that astonishing depth and mesmerizing purity. Of course, all of those attractions and the park's secluded location mean that many visitors remain overnight. Here are the top 10 places to stay around the lake.Related: This Is One Of The Most Spectacular Parks In Mexico, And Features Stunning Volcanoes and Crater Lakes

10 Crater Lake Resort

This splendid resort in the magnificent Upper Klamath Basin (an area rich in history and natural beauty) provides everything from glamping to RV hookups, cabins, and campsites to anybody wanting to explore this glorious region. Tourists will be ready for a variety of activities, including excursions to the local thrilling zip line and interesting logging museum, after a good night's sleep.

  • Location : 50711 HWY 62, Fort Klamath, OR 97626, United States
  • Cost: One night for 2 adults in a tent costs $225

9 Crater Lake Lodge

This beautiful chalet-style resort within the park's confines provides dazzling panoramic views of Crater Lake's clear blue waters and lofty high cliff walls, as well as all the comforts that amazing natural outdoorsy types seek. Visitors will be spoiled for choice in this stunning environment, with hiking, swimming, fishing, and boat trips, which also include cruising the superb perimeter of the lake or spending time on Wizard Island.

  • Location : Crater Lake National Park, 570 Rim Village Dr, Oregon 97604, United States
  • Cost: One night for 2 adults in a deluxe lake view room costs $276.6

8 Mazama Campground

Mazama Campsite (open June-September) is the only built campground within awesome Crater Lake National Park, with 214 tent and RV sites nestled in an old-growth forest, and provides lots to love for families and weekend warriors about seven miles south of the Crater Lake rim. Each site at Mazama Campground has a fire ring, picnic table as well as a bear-resistant food locker, and none are more than a short walk from bathrooms, bear-proof trash bins, or water spigots.

  • Location : OR-62, CRATER LAKE, OR 97604, United States
  • Cost: One night in RV–full hookups costs $50.

7 Best Western Crater Lake

This known hotel chain offers the perfect basecamp from which visitors can explore the national park and its stunning surroundings. They are only 3 miles (5 kilometers) from TouVelle State Recreation Site, where they can go hiking, birding, picnicking, and wild swimming, as well as from Rogue Valley ZipLine Adventure which offers enchanting sightseeing. Guests can relax in the hotel's hot tub or heated pool at the end of the thrilling day.

  • Location : 2020 Leigh Way, White City, OR 97503, United States
  • Cost: One night for 1 adult in a king room costs $158.

6 Maple Leaf Motel

The Maple Leaf is a cozy, comfortable, welcoming, and traditional base for exploring the fascinating reservoir of Lost Creek Lake, astounding Crater Lake, and magnificent parts of the 215-mile (346-kilometer) Rogue River. Only a mile down the road, downtown Shady Cove offers some fantastic eateries, including the seasonal organic food truck, Yummy Num Nums, as well as supermarkets, stores, and rafting excursion sign-ups.

  • Location : 20717 Highway 62, Shady Cove, OR 97539, United States
  • Cost: One night for 2 adults in a queen room with two queen beds costs $130.

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5 Running Y Ranch Resort

This marvelous ranch features a full-service spa, chalets, a golf course, and even ice skating in the winter (it is prohibited to try it in the summer). There are a variety of outdoor activities available, including geocaching, fly fishing, kayaking, and birdwatching, as well as a manicure and hair salon for when guests need to look their best for dinner.

  • Location : 5500 Running Y Road, Klamath Falls, OR 97601, United States
  • Cost: One night for 2 adults in a queen room with two queen beds costs $299.

4 Edgewater Inn Shady Cove

When guests are welcomed by knowledgeable, friendly staff, they know they are in the right place for a convivial stay. With raft rentals, guided fishing trips, and exceptional road trips along the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway, as well as fantastic places to dine, this activity-packed location may serve as a jumping-off point for all visitors' experiences.

  • Location : 7800 Rogue River Drive, Shady Cove, OR 97539, United States
  • Cost: One night for 2 adults in a king room with river view costs $149.

3 Rocky Point Resort

On travelers' next trip, they'd be excused if they spent as much time at Rocky Point Resort as they did at Crater Lake. Rocky Point Resort is located on the unique shores of Upper Klamath Lake and provides a variety of accommodations to suit guests' needs. The resort's hotel rooms have full bathrooms; rustic cabins have full kitchens and bathrooms, as well as porches and barbecues; RV sites have full and partial hookups; and lakeside tent sites have pristine views—as well as shared bathroom facilities like washing sink stations, hot showers, laundromat, and water.

  • Location : 28121 Rocky Point Road, Klamath Falls, OR 97601, United States
  • Cost: One night for 2 adults in a triple room with lake view costs $105.

2 Aspen Inn

Aspen Inn (open April through October) is located just a few minutes from Crater Lake's southern entrance in the historic village of Fort Klamath. It features some of the most scenic accommodations in the region. The property's highlight is four A-frame cottages, three of which can house up to four people with a superb second-floor loft, and the other can host two persons. The interiors of each cabin feature magnificent regional artwork, dazzling wood-paneled walls, and attractive décor.

  • Location : 52250 Hwy 62, Fort Klamath, OR 97626, United States
  • Cost: One night for 2 adults in a standard suite costs $120.

1 Crystal Creek Mountain Lodge

Crystal Creek Mountain Lodge, located a little over 30 minutes from Crater Lake National Park's southern gate, offers a rustic lodge experience with lots of excitement for the entire family—no matter how large that family may be. Up to 19 people can sleep at the well-equipped lodge's main cabin: its beautiful outdoor deck is larger than many studio apartments, the astonishing wood-adorned interior features several comfortable couches and chairs, the fireplace keeps everyone toasty and warm, as well as kitchen facilities (all the equipment a family could need) are also available.

  • Location : 52250 Hwy 62, Fort Klamath, OR 97626, United States
  • Cost: 4 nights for up to 19 persons in the entire home costs $4499.