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At first glance, we were concerned that four rooms in one small building would be noisy but were pleasantly surprised that there was almost no transmission of noise from room to room. The room was clean and comfortable. At night, the remote location affords the...More
If you want to stay at Crater Lake and not sleep in a tent, there aren't many choices. This is a great location for experiencing Crater Lake, BUT that is about it.
The room was spartan and shabby, with a stained carpet and very low...More
People often want to stay in the Crater Lake Lodge when staying in the park and that is nice and you should do it once. However, reservations can be a problem, there are always crowds, and the lodge can be noisy. A great alternative is...More
When staying in an NP you don't expect The Ritz!!!
The cabins are really just a bit more upmarket than camping.
They are like simple motel style rooms inside but it was clean, fairly roomy & delightfully free of electronics. It was very cold on...More
I cant believe what they charge for this place - obviously its the location because it certainly is not the accommodation. We FROZE - two beds - one blanket! The heaters work but are so loud you cant sleep with them on. Dirty carpet, nowhere...More
I am sorry, but I do not know. I brought my own food in , There is a office that is very well set up with food, gas and basic needs but the prices are at a premium. As far as sending things go, I am afraid I am of no help. I... More
I am sorry, but I do not know. I brought my own food in , There is a office that is very well set up with food, gas and basic needs but the prices are at a premium. As far as sending things go, I am afraid I am of no help. I hope his trip works out well