Camp seven miles from the rim — CLOSED FOR 2013
Located seven miles from the rim of Crater Lake just inside the south entrance gate of Crater Lake National Park, the Mazama Village Campground has 214 tent and RV sites, accommodating tents up to 12’ x 12’ and RVs up to 50 feet in length. The campground is open from mid-June to late September/early October, weather permitting.
Advance reservations may be made online or by phone for a limited number of tent and RV sites. The remaining sites are available on a first-come-first-served basis at the campground. RV campers may pitch up to 2 tents in their RV sites if space allows, but RV sites may not be reserved for tents exclusively.
Campers can check-in between 12:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. and check-out is by 12:00 p.m.
Mazama Village Campground 2013 Rates
|Maximum # people per site||6|
|RV Sites with electricity||$35.00|
|Extra Adult (over 2 persons, 18+ years)||$3.50|
|Extra Child (less than 18 years old)||No charge|
* Rates are quoted on a per night basis and based on double occupancy and do not include the required park entrance fee or the $1 donation to National Park Foundation. Rates are subject to change and lodging tax is not applicable to campground sites.
Electrical hookups are limited to only a few sites. Campground amenities include water hydrants throughout the campground, fire rings, picnic tables, public restrooms, public showers, laundry facilities, a camper store, a gas station and a dump station. A water hook-up is available at the dump station. A restaurant and gift shop are also located at Mazama Village.
Mazama Village Campground Amenity Fees
|Public Showers (4 minutes)||$0.75|
|Public Washers (per load)||$1.25|
|Public Dryers (10 minutes)||$0.25|
|Wood Bundles (15#, 6-8 pieces)||$6.75|
Lost Creek Campground — CLOSED FOR THE 2013 SEASON
Operated by the National Park Service, Lost Creek Campground contains 16 sites for tent camping only. It is located in the southeast corner of the park on the spur road to the Pinnacles Overlook. It is open from July through early-October, weather permitting. For further information, contact the National Park Service at 541-594-3100.