There are two campgrounds inside Crater Lake National Park, they are Lost Creek and Mazama Camprounds. Neither campground is open year round, and each campgrounds operates on a first come first serve basis.
|Campground||Open||Close||Sites||Dump Station||Laundry||Showers||Groceries||Service Station|
|Maximum # people per site||6|
|RV Sites with electricity||$29.00|
|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, are 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.|
Additional Camping Information
Lost Creek Campground has 16 sites for Tents Only and is open from mid-Jul to mid-Sep. It is located in the southeast corner of the park on the spur road to the Pinnacles overlook. It has water, flush toilets, picnic tables, and fire rings.
Mazama Campground has 200 sites and is open early Jun through mid-Oct. Reservations are not taken, however sites are usually available. This campground is located in the Mazama Village area, near the south entrance station off Highway 62. It has picnic tables, fire rings, water, flush toilets, showers, laundry, store and a dump station. Wheelchair accessible sites are available. There are no hook-ups. You may only use dead and down wood for your campfires. More than 2 adults per site - $3 per additional person
Please Note - Weather can impact the opening and closing dates of both campgrounds
Free permits are required for anyone wishing to camp overnight in the backcountry. Permits are available at both park visitor centers during regular hours of operation. Backcountry permits are required for overnight snow camping.
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