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Crater Lake Lodge - Inside the Park
Crater Lake Lodge - Inside the Park
2.0 out of 5.0164 yd from Rim Visitor Center
4.0/5 (1 reviews)
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Our experience at Crater Lake Lodge was very nice and enjoyable.

Reviewed on Jun 3, 2016
Union Creek Resort
Union Creek Resort
3.0 out of 5.09.9 mi from Rim Visitor Center
4.2/5 (335 reviews)
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Many great trees made the location wonderful. We saw two baby elk a short distance from our cabin. The shower temperature was very difficult to control and I burned myself turning the water off. Another person could never get hot water. I did not expect to have the adjoining cabin and neighbors.

Reviewed on Jul 14, 2019
Red Blanket Cabin Near Crater Lake National Park
Red Blanket Cabin Near Crater Lake National Park
13.0 mi from Rim Visitor Center
5.0/5 (97 reviews)
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The cabin was so unique and magical! It was extremely clean and well maintained. It felt very secluded. The outdoor bathtubs were so neat! We loved this place and didn’t want to leave!

Reviewed on May 29, 2019
Sun Mountain Ranch Bunkhouse - Near Crater Lake
Sun Mountain Ranch Bunkhouse - Near Crater Lake
3.5 out of 5.012.0 mi from Rim Visitor Center
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#2 Redtailed Hawk Native American Tipi
#2 Redtailed Hawk Native American Tipi
22.0 mi from Rim Visitor Center
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Meadow House Near Crater Lake South Entrance, Upper Rogue River, 100 Acre Trails
Meadow House Near Crater Lake South Entrance, Upper Rogue River, 100 Acre Trails
16.0 mi from Rim Visitor Center
4.9/5 (96 reviews)
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So well equipped, and a perfect getaway for exploring Crater Lake and the Rogue River Canyon and waterfalls. Loved every bit of it. Owners are very kind and friendly.

Reviewed on Mar 31, 2019
#1 Hummingbird Native American Tipi
#1 Hummingbird Native American Tipi
22.0 mi from Rim Visitor Center
4.8/5 (8 reviews)
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We loved the experience of camping in a Tipi! We felt we had everything we needed in the tipi. We didn't love the experience of using porta-potties that are in desperate need of service/emptying. We work the Renaissance Fair, so we're used to using porta-potties. We are not used to porta-potties ...

Reviewed on Jul 13, 2019
#3crescent Moon Native American Tipi
#3crescent Moon Native American Tipi
22.0 mi from Rim Visitor Center
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Melita's Crater Lake Adventures
Melita's Crater Lake Adventures
2.5 out of 5.023.0 mi from Rim Visitor Center
Free Cancellation
3.8/5 (120 reviews)
$139/ night for 2 guests

The outside of this motel is not visually pleasing, but the rooms are great! Recently remodeled. New bathroom, with the softest towels I’ve ever used at a hotel/motel, new flooring, comfortable beds. We checked in on the later side, Michelle was ready for us with a smile on her face. So pleasant ...

Reviewed on Jul 11, 2019
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Rim Visitor Center Hotel Guide

Spend a few hours at Rim Visitor Center.

It is situated in Roseburg, a drive of 150 miles from Salem, the state capital.

There's only one place to reserve a room if you intend to stay close to Rim Visitor Center, and that's the Crater Lake Lodge - Inside the Park. It's 0.1 miles away.

With appetizing treats, dark coffee and a comfortable atmosphere, Rim Village Café and Gift Shop (Crater Lake North Entrance, Crescent) is a wonderful place for tourists. It just so happens to be 0.2 miles from Rim Visitor Center.

Other Places to Visit near Rim Visitor Center

Looking for excuses to stay? Relax, because there's plenty more than just Rim Visitor Center to do in the region:

  • When you trek Castle Creek Wildflower Trail just remember to take the time to enjoy the peace and quiet. When all is said and done, we all need to take time to smell the roses.
  • If you dream of surrounding yourself with water, make the journey to the island of Wizard Island.
  • Annie Creek Canyon Trail provides you with some time in the peace and quiet. Get back into nature and let your worries blow away with the breeze.
  • When you walk Cleetwood Cove Trailhead just remember to take the time to admire the scenery. Ultimately, life is a marathon, not a sprint.