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Crater Lake is Oregon’s top visitor attraction and we make it easy to visit!  How do you get to the lake? Where can you stay? What is there to do besides visiting the Park? Crater Lake Country provides the ultimate planning tool for visiting Crater Lake and its breathtaking neighborhood. Enjoy. CLICK HERE for current news and special travel offers.

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2008 Co-Op Photo Travel Klamath - Crater Lake Sunset by Robert MutchDISCOVER KLAMATH (Highway 97, 57 miles to Crater Lake) – One of the most scenic routes to Crater Lake is a journey up the Eastern side of the Cascade Mountains on Highway 97 into Klamath County, which provides one of the most beautiful and authentic nature experiences anywhere. The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway will take you on a fascinating journey to and from the Park.  With numerous lodging choices, the town of Klamath Falls is only a stone’s throw away.  Klamath County is just the kind of place that compels you to touch, try, and taste its bounty. It may change your life. Redefine your next Road Trip by visiting Klamath County. Visitor Center Location: 205 Riverside Dr., Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 1.800.445.6728. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


2014 - Crater Lake Airport with Aircraft-croppedCRATER LAKE – KLAMATH REGIONAL AIRPORT (Klamath Falls, 57 miles to Crater Lake) – Newly renamed the Crater Lake – Klamath Regional Airport, the historic Klamath Falls airport is the closest airport to Crater Lake. Just minutes from downtown Klamath Falls, which offers convenient car rentals and excellent lodging, the airport makes it easy to plan your own “FLY-DRIVE-SEE CRATER LAKE” trip. The airport has excellent commercial air service direct from Portland and San Francisco, and easy connecting service from most major cities. Location: 6775 Arnold Ave., Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 1-541-883-5372. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.



Ashland Listing ASHLAND SPRINGS HOTEL, LITHIA SPRINGS RESORT, ASHLAND HILLS HOTEL & SUITES, INN AT THE COMMONS,  (Interstate 5, 80 miles to Crater Lake) – If traveling from California via I-5, Ashland and Medford are your first gateways to Crater Lake. The locally owned Newman Hotel Group offers an outstanding collection of fantastic places to stay. The Ashland Springs Hotel (212 East Main Street, Res: 1.888.795.4545) is a restored historic landmark in downtown Ashland with 70 tastefully appointed, non-smoking guest rooms, free continental breakfast, wi-fi, and 24 hr. parking. It’s also home of the Waterstone Spa & Salon and Larks Restaurant. Lithia Springs Resort (2165 West Jackson Rd., Res: 1.541.482.7128) is a spa-like retreat on the edge of town that celebrates its mineral hot springs heritage with hot mineral water private soaking tubs in all 28 bungalows and suites. The Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites (2525 Ashland St., Res: 1.855.482.8310) is nestled on the quiet side of Ashland with panoramic views. Its spacious suites provide kitchenettes, balconies, wi-fi access and free parking. Medford’s Inn at the Commons (200 N. Riverside Avenue, Res: 1.541.779.5811) is in the heart of downtown. Newly renovated, its 118 non-smoking spacious rooms and suites feature all top-rated hotel amenities. To learn more about each property, see individual  Lodging listings below.


HELLGATE & MORRISON’S (Interstate 5, 96 miles to Crater Lake) – Located right off Interstate 5, Grants Pass offers you the unique opportunity to WOW the family with a visit to Crater Lake and a Rogue River family adventure. Start your Grants Pass visit by booking a reservation on the Northwest’s #1 River Trip, Hellgate Jetboat Excursions (966 SW 6th St, Grants Pass, Res: 1.800.648.4874). See the beauty of the Rogue River, jet through the jaws of Hellgate Canyon, experience 360° spins and dine family style at their exclusive riverfront OK Corral. Follow it up with a relaxing stay along the Rogue River at historic Morrison’s Rogue River Lodge (8500 Galice Road, Merlin, Res: 1.800.826.1963) or reserve one of their cozy cabins. Swim, play tennis and experience their fine dining while you watch herons fish, osprey dive, or eagles soar along the river.


Roseburg Listing LAND OF UMPQUA (Interstate 5, 102 miles to Crater Lake) - The trip from the City of Roseburg to Crater Lake via the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway is considered by many the most scenic route to Oregon’s only National Park. The “Land of Umpqua,” which stretches from the coast to the Cascade Mountains is filled with authentic adventures. On your way to the Park stop at dozens of waterfalls, hike or mountain bike the North Umpqua Trail that parallels the “Wild and Scenic” North Umpqua River (dotted with campgrounds).   Cast a line for steelhead, trout or bass and as much adventure as you could hope for in one river. The perfect base for exploring the area is the town of Roseburg offering over 1,000 rooms. Stroll through historic downtown, with unique shops, galleries, outstanding brewpubs and restaurants. Venture out and sip your way through the Umpqua Valley wine region, one of Oregon’s fastest growing. Roseburg Visitors Center location: 410 SE Spruce Street, Roseburg, OR, Phone: 1.800.444.9584.  CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Tire Mountain, Lane Co, OregonEUGENE, CASCADES & COAST (Highway 58 via Oakridge to Crater Lake 176 miles or Interstate 5 via Cottage Grove to Crater Lake, 173 miles) – The Adventure Center (I-5, exit 194) can provide you with road conditions, weather, free maps and points of interest to Crater Lake National Park. Eugene – Springfield is a cornucopia of wineries, breweries, performing and visual arts, outdoor recreation and sports. Two scenic routes lead to Crater Lake: Highway 58 takes you via Oakridge, “The Mountain Biking Capital of the Northwest,” and some of Oregon’s best natural wonders. One spectacular “must see” is Salt Creek Falls, Oregon’s second highest continuous waterfall. The second route takes you south on I-5 to Roseburg via Cottage Grove, an “All America City” steeped in pioneer culture with the largest concentration of historic covered bridges west of the Mississippi. (Visitor Center & Gift Shop: 3312 Gateway St, Springfield, OR, Phone: 1.541.484.5307. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Gold Beach Listing GOLD BEACH & BANDON (Highway 101, Gold Beach 221 miles, Bandon 187 miles to Crater Lake) - Many Crater Lake visitors don’t realize that combining a tour of Oregon’s spectacular South Coast is very doable with a visit to the Park. There are numerous routes that connect the coast to the Park. You can either start or end your trip with a coastal experience. The highlights of any South Coast visit are the towns of Bandon and Gold Beach. Bandon (Visitor Center location: 300 Second Street, Old Town, Bandon, OR, Phone: 1.541.347.9616) is a charming and unspoiled town that is world-famous as the home of Bandon Dunes, one of the top golf destinations in the world. Gold Beach (Visitor Center location: 94080 Shirley Lane, Gold Beach, OR, Phone: 1.800.525.2334) is where the Rogue River meets the sea. It offers Rogue River jetboat trips, easily accessible beaches, and great fishing. To learn more about both towns, see Attractions below.

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Crater Lake's Backyard Listing (Things to do near Crater Lake) – Welcome to the “30 Mile Club,” the friendly communities of Chiloquin, Rocky Point, and Fort Klamath (often referred to as the best 30 miles in Oregon). These welcoming communities are right in Crater Lake’s backyard, just south of Crater Lake National Park along the north side of Upper Klamath Lake. Sunset Magazine rated the area as the #1 birding destination in the West with the largest freshwater ecosystem west of the Great Lakes. The area offers rural roads for touring and mountain trails for hiking and cycling. If you love water, there are 15,000 acres of marsh and waterways for canoe or kayak exploring. Their popular visitor website has complete information on businesses in the area. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Kla-Mo-Ya CasinoCHILOQUIN (50 miles to Crater Lake) – Located close to Crater Lake and 25 minutes from Klamath Falls on Highway 97, Kla-Mo-Ya Casino is the premier gaming destination in Southern Oregon. They are open 24/7 with a restaurant, full service lounge, blackjack, slots, exciting giveaways and a friendly staff waiting to serve you. NEW – Try out their Espresso Bar. There is plenty of free parking for RVs and specials too. Stop by the Bonus Club desk to ask for your perks. Just next door is the Crater Lake Junction Travel Center, open 24/7, with competitive fuel prices and convenience store. Location: 34333 U.S. 97, Chiloquin, OR, Phone: 1.541.783.7529. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Lake of the Woods Listing (51 miles to Crater Lake) – This high mountain historic lake resort sits beside one of the clearest natural lakes found in Southern Oregon. Rekindle the spirit and family traditions of the Great Northwest with a getaway to this pristine area! One can enjoy cabin life, comfort food, the wonders of nature, and a variety of outdoor recreational activities… summer and winter! The resort also operates nearby Forest Service facilities with camping and day use areas. A true outdoor lover’s paradise, the resort offers catering for groups and is a pemier wedding venue. Escape to Paradise! Location: 950 Harriman Route, Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 1.866.201.4194. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Roe Outfitter Listing KLAMATH FALLS (57 miles to Crater Lake) – When you need someone to organize your family friendly adventure, call ROE! All tours are guided with equipment and instruction. For nearly 30 years ROE has been offering a variety of fun adventures like: (1) whitewater rafting on the Upper Klamath River & Rogue River from mild to wild (half or full day), (2) scenic and sunset kayak or canoe tours on calm rivers and wetlands, (3) fly fishing on the Williamson, Wood, Klamath and Rogue Rivers, (4) lake fishing, (5) sport fishing for salmon and steelhead on the Rogue River, (6) extreme birding tours and (7) fly fishing clinics. Join Southern Oregon’s family friendly outfitters for an adventure of a lifetime! Location: 9349 Hwy 97 South, Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 1.541.884.3825. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Mansion Image MEDFORD ( 82 miles to Crater Lake) - This is more than a premium winery (off I-5 between Exits 24 and 27). It is also home of the historic Eden Valley Orchards and the renowned Voorhies Mansion and formal gardens, recognized as the birthplace of Medford’s commercial pear industry in the late 1800’s. In this beautiful setting, you can relax with ultra-premium Syrah, Tempranillo, Malbec, Cabernet, Viognier and Chardonnay as well as many other blends and ports. Their tasting room is open seven days a week and is host to music, special winery events, and other entertainment. They also have a tasting room in Ashland, EdenVale’s Enoteca – Wine Bar and Bistro, right on the Plaza (1.541.482.3377). Main Location: 2310 Voorhies Road, Medford, OR, Phone: 1.541.512.2955, Ext 2. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT EVENTS, THE HISTORIC ORCHARDS AND THEIR WINES.


Britt Listing by Ray Broomall JACKSONVILLE (84 miles to Crater Lake) – Discover the Britt Experience. Britt is the Pacific Northwest’s premier outdoor summer performing arts festival. Located in the historic 1850s gold rush town of Jacksonville, Britt presents a summer series of concerts—a signature mix of classical, blues, folk, bluegrass, pop, rock and country music—on a dramatic Jacksonville hillside setting under the stars. Come enjoy the beautiful scenery and relaxed setting in this one of a kind venue. Location: 350 S. First Street, Jacksonville, OR, Phone: 1.800.882.7488. See their full 2014 season lineup at their website. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


_P9G8409ASHLAND (89 miles to Crater Lake) – You will be amazed at the scope and scale of this Tony Award-winning theater company. First, it does not just perform Shakespeare in the summer. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) presents 11 classic and contemporary plays on three stages from late February through October. Also, you don’t have to reserve a seat in advance. While reservations are highly recommended (the OSF website makes it easy to reserve online), you can “rush” – just go to the box office before a performance and see what is available. And you can also enjoy the ever-changing Green Show, which runs before summer evening performances, for free! Location: 15 South Pioneer Street, Ashland, OR, Phone: 1.800.219.8161. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE


Morrisons Lodge Listing MERLIN (103 miles to Crater Lake) – Adding a Rogue River adventure is the perfect complement to seeing the deep blue beauty of Crater Lake. No one knows more about this renowned river (and Rogue Valley attractions) than your hosts at the historic Morrison’s Rogue River Lodge. Hosting savvy anglers and enthusiastic white water rafters for almost 70 years for un-boring, real life adventure! Book a guided fishing, white water rafting, or hiking trip. Relax in the luxurious retro lodge or cozy cabins with fireplaces, sit by the pool or play tennis. Enjoy fine dining on the deck overlooking the river while you watch herons fish, osprey dive, or eagles soar. Location: 8500 Galice Road, Merlin, OR, Reservation Phone: 1.800.826.1963. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Wildlife Safari Listing WINSTON (110 miles to Crater Lake) – This 600-acre drive-through animal park is just south of Roseburg (Exit 119 off I-5). The park is filled with hundreds of animals from Africa, Asia and the Americas. Family-pleasing adventures include: photos with our ambassador cheetahs, U-feed bear, elephant and giraffe encounters, camel rides, animal shows and camping experiences. This summer Wildlife Safari will unveil two new exhibits: the Elephant Waterhole, where three African elephants will splash in their own custom designed waterhole, complete with a waterfall and up close viewing area, and the new Wonders of the Wetlands exhibit where guests can stretch their legs outside of their vehicle and enjoy a snack or picnic lunch while learning about wetlands conservation and ecosystem management.  The park also offer day and overnight adventure camps for kids and adults. Safari Village is free to the public and includes a children’s petting zoo, Safari Café and gift shop. Summer Hours: 9 AM – 6 PM daily. Location: 1790 Safari Rd, Winston, OR, Phone: 1.541.679.6761. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFO.


Oregon Caves Chateau Listing OREGON CAVES (123 miles to Crater Lake)The Chateau at the Oregon Caves National Monument, located off Highway 199 which connects Crater Lake to the Oregon Coast, is the perfect setting to leave behind demands of everyday life. Enjoy hiking trails to mountain lakes or choose from various guided tours of unique marble caverns. This National Historic Landmark offers overnight lodging and an authentic 1930′s-style Café serving breakfast, lunch and old-fashioned shakes. Enjoy fresh Northwest cuisine and impressive canyon views in the creekside dining room. The Gift Gallery features work from artisans of regional renown. View the free live music and lecture schedule online. Special lodging rates May, June, September. Location: 20,000 Caves Highway, Cave Junction, OR, Phone: 1.877.245.9022. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Oregon South Coast Listing OREGON’S GOLF COAST (187 miles to Crater Lake) – On the breathtaking South Coast, the charming and unspoiled seacoast town of Bandon is world-famous as the home of Bandon Dunes, one of the top golf destinations in the world. But Bandon offers far more than world class golf courses. Its charming Old Town and scenic beauty are also unparalleled. Enjoy birding, surfing, crabbing, fishing, and so much more! There are also numerous quality lodging choices. The people who live here love it, and each year, first-time visitors discover why. Visitor Center location: 300 Second Street, Old Town, Bandon, OR, Phone: 1.541.347.9616. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.



Gold Beach Listing NATURE’S WILD SIDE (221 miles to Crater Lake) – Also located on the South Coast, Gold Beach delivers the Coast as it’s meant to be: Wild and Natural. Whether your ” Wild Side” is salmon fishing, rafting,  jetboating on the mighty Rogue River, or the adrenaline rush of windsurfing one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, you’ll find it here. Perhaps your “Wild Side” is just getting away to walk miles of uninterrupted, secluded beaches or hiking windswept headlands. Your “Wild Side” could be watching amazing animals, on land and sea, or capturing nature in a photograph or painting inspired by our gorgeous scenery. Visitor Center location: 94080 Shirley Lane, Gold Beach, OR, Phone: 1.800.525.2334. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.

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Crater Lake Country Suities (1)(23 miles to Crater Lake) – Enjoy “Cattle Country” pastoral views with a backdrop of snowcapped Cascade Mountains at the “Suites”. Just a short drive to Crater Lake, they offer two fully equipped farmhouses with nostalgic charm and one honeymoon cottage with mini-kitchen and queen bed. Many country things to see and do close by with historic charm. Fort Klamath dates to 1865. Come stay with us for a peaceful experience. Location: 9060 Nicholson Rd., Fort Klamath, OR, Phone: 1.541.840.4875. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.



union creek Listing UNION CREEK (26 miles to Crater Lake) – On the outside, this famed 1900s resort doesn’t look different than when it was hosting Zane Grey, Jack London and President Hoover. But inside most of these historic cabins have been fully updated. Super close to Crater Lake, the lodge, cabins, country store and gift shop, ice cream shop and “pie renowned” Beckie’s Cafe all have a classic 1900s feel, but offer a new level of service and hospitality. Great spot for retreats, family reunions, groups, meetings, and special events. Resort can accommodate more than 100 and is open year-round with nearby hiking trails, picnic areas, the Rogue River Gorge, and a snow park (1/4 mile away). Location: 56484 Highway 62, Prospect, OR, Phone: 1.866.560.3565. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.

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CHILOQUIN (36 miles to Crater Lake) – Lonesome Duck Ranch is the ultimate all-season home base for any Crater Lake visit.  Beautiful, private homes are located on 2.5 miles of world-class fly fishing waters on the Williamson River.  Enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, x-country skiing, biking, canoeing and birding. Lonesome Duck is the vacation that will become a favorite memory.  Visit with the horses, take the llamas for a walk…relax and rejuvenate in the peaceful and private environment of Lonesome Duck after a day at incomparable Crater Lake. Location: 32955 U.S. 97, Chiloquin, OR, Phone: 1.541.783.2783. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.



Prospect_Hotel Listing PROSPECT (34 miles to Crater Lake) – The closest full-service town to Crater Lake National Park is Prospect, home of the Nationally Registered Prospect Historic Hotel-Motel and Dinner House. The fully-restored hotel is now a 10-room Bed and Breakfast Inn with private baths and hand-made quilts on every bed. Hearty, full breakfasts greet you each morning. There is also a 14-unit modern motel on the property. Take a short stroll to the Rogue River and three waterfalls, a great base for hiking, biking, rafting, fishing, boating, birding, hunting, cross country skiing or snowshoeing. The restaurant was rated “the best Dinner House between Medford and Crater Lake” by Sunset Magazine. Location: 391 Mill Creek Drive, Prospect, OR, Phone: 1.541.560.3664. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Rocky Point Lodge Listing ROCKY POINT (41 miles to Crater Lake) – Established in 1910, this historic resort is located on the Upper Klamath Lake (Winema National Forest). They offer great facilities for fishing, boating and wildlife viewing. Just off the resort’s docks are nearly ten miles of canoe and kayak trails lacing through the waterways of the National Wildlife Refuge. The lake is home to some of the largest rainbow trout anywhere. They offer RV and tent sites as well as rustic guest rooms and cabins. Some cabins are pet friendly. The restaurant offers everything from light meals to steaks, pasta and seafood. Reservations are highly recommended. It’s a popular spot! The store offers grocery items as well as beverages, snacks, tackle and ice. There is also a laundry facility. Location: 28121 Rocky Point Rd., Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 1.541.356.2287. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Roe Cabin Listing ROCKY POINT (41 miles to Crater Lake) – Private and quiet and just two minutes from Upper Klamath Lake, the Roe Cabin is a great base for visiting Crater Lake, playing nearby golf, birding, fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking or canoeing and kayaking. Fully equipped with linens, pots and pans, coffee maker, BBQ, TV with DVD/VCR, and movie library. Bikes & kayaks on site. Location: 27338 Rocky Point Rd., Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 1.541.884.3825. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.




Running Y Ranch Listing KLAMATH FALLS (64 miles to Crater Lake) – Experience Southern Oregon’s premier destination resort, home to Oregon’s only Arnold Palmer Signature Course, named “Top 15 in Oregon” by Golf Digest. It is the closest full-service resort to Crater Lake. Situated in the Cascade Mountain range just across the California border near Klamath Falls, the newly renovated 82-room lodge and vacation homes are ideal for couples, families and groups. Dine at The Ruddy Duck Restaurant, relax at The Sandhill Spa, swim in the year-round pool, go birding on the Skillet Handle, kayak on Upper Klamath Lake, and more. Location: 5500 Running Y Road, Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 1.888.965.8454. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Howard Prairie ListingHOWARD PRAIRIE (72 miles to Crater Lake)This is the top sailing and fishing lake in Southern Oregon with 155+ scenic acres and 1.63 miles of resort lake frontage. Stunning views of Mt. McLoughlin, plus great trout and bass fishing, and a handicap-accessible fishing/picnic area. Also popular for boating, canoeing/kayaking, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, and biking. Features include spacious, tree-covered tent and RV sites with full hook-ups, several campgrounds, group camping, camp-trailer rentals, restrooms and showers, store and marina, boat launch facilities, restaurant, and laundry. Reserve online. Open April-October. Location: 3249 Hyatt Prairie Road, Ashland, Oregon 97520, Phone 1.541.774.8183. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.



Rogue Regency Inn ListingMEDFORD (80 miles to Crater Lake)Right on a main route to Crater Lake (Highway 62), this top-rated hotel offers casual elegance, superior service, and genuine hospitality. It has 203 guest rooms including two-room suites with first class amenities like wi-fi, microwave, mini-fridge, and bar sink, and made-to-order breakfast for $4.99. Nine full suites boast fireplaces and private hot tubs. Unwind in the indoor pool, spa, and fitness center, or enjoy the salon and massage therapy. Dine in the Regency Grill, or Chadwick’s Pub and Sports Bar. Location: 2300 Biddle Road, Medford, OR 97504, Phone: .800.535.5805. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE


innMEDFORD (80 miles to Crater Lake)Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Medford just 10 minutes from the Rogue Valley Airport via our complimentary shuttle. Their 118 non-smoking spacious guest rooms and suites feature all the modern hotel amenities, including complimentary hot breakfast, wi-fi internet, parking, heated outdoor pool and Larks Restaurant. With over 9,000 square feet of banquet space, they can accommodate up to 800 guests for special events. Location: 200 N. Riverside Avenue, Medford, OR, Phone: 1.541.779.5811. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Lithia Springs Inn ListingASHLAND (89 miles to Crater Lake)This elegantly restored historic landmark hotel is in the heart of downtown Ashland. It offers 70 tastefully appointed, non-smoking guest rooms, complimentary continental breakfast, free wi-fi and 24-hr. parking. It’s also home of the Waterstone Spa & Salon, an English garden, banquet/conference spaces, Larks Restaurant, and it makes a dreamy wedding venue. Guests are pampered with superb service and luxurious surroundings. Located next door to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, numerous restaurants, galleries and shops. Easy drive to Crater Lake, nearby golf courses, numerous wineries and rafting. Location: 212 East Main Street, Ashland, OR 97520, Phone: 1.888.795.4545. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE


hillsASHLAND (89 miles to Crater Lake) – Located on 14 acres, the hotel boasts panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, easy I-5 access, beautiful grounds and spacious 2-room suites and guest rooms each with a kitchenette. Complimentary breakfast, Wi-fi, parking, and fitness center included. Inquire about their 15,000 square feet conference center opening spring 2015. Location: 2525 Ashland St., Ashland, OR, Phone: 1.541.482.8310. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.


Ashland Springs HotelASHLAND (89 miles to Crater Lake)This elegantly restored historic landmark hotel is in the heart of downtown Ashland. It offers 70 tastefully appointed, non-smoking guest rooms, complimentary continental breakfast, free wi-fi and 24-hr. parking. It’s also home of the Waterstone Spa & Salon, an English garden, banquet/conference spaces, Larks Restaurant, and it makes a dreamy wedding venue. Guests are pampered with superb service and luxurious surroundings. Located next door to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, numerous restaurants, galleries and shops. Easy drive to Crater Lake, nearby golf courses, numerous wineries and rafting. Location: 212 East Main Street, Ashland, OR 97520, Phone: 1.888.795.4545. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.

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