Crater LakeThere’s a legend in Oregon that says when the first Crater Lake visitors with color cameras took their photos to be developed, Kodak refunded their money, assuming the bright blue in the pictures was unnatural and must have been a mistake in the printing process. Little did Kodak know, the impossibly blue hue of Oregon’s Crater Lake was, in fact, real.
Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the U.S., is only one of countless natural wonders in Oregon’s Crater Lake National Park. On your Oregon adventure, by day, raft the world-famous Rogue River, bike along the rim of a volcano (don’t worry, it’s extinct) and hike the Pacific Coast trail, enveloped in the rich bouquet of pine forests. By night, indulge in fresh, locally grown berries, cheeses, and wines and enjoy the rare spectacle of classic Shakespearean theater under the stars.
Oregon vacations relax your mind, energize your body, and ignite the adventurer within as we explore Oregon’s Crater Lake National Park: a land of stunning and seemingly impossible beauty.