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LISTING ORDER BELOW IS BASED ON DISTANCE FROM CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK
PROSPECT HISTORIC HOTEL AND B&B INN – MOTEL AND DINNER HOUSE
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.
ROCKY POINT RESORT – DINING
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. Small store, RV park and motel-style lodging and cabins. Their restaurant has some of the best views around of giant Klamath Lake. Seasonal restaurant, so check their website for hours and current menus. Dinner reservations are highly recommended. It’s a popular spot! Location: 28121 Rocky Point Rd., Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 1.541.356.2287.
RUNNING Y RANCH RESORT – RUDDY DUCK RESTAURANT
KLAMATH FALLS (64 miles to Crater Lake) – Running Y Ranch Resort is home of the popular Ruddy Duck Restaurant. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, grab a bite to eat overlooking the golf course. The Ruddy Duck is dedicated to using local, sustainable ingredients including produce and herbs grown straight from their community garden and greenhouse. In May 2016 they became the first Blue Zones Project approved restaurant in the State of Oregon. Open year round.. See full listing under Lodging. Location: 5500 Running Y Road, Klamath Falls, OR, Phone: 541.850.5582
REGENCY GRILL & CHADWICK’S
MEDFORD (80 miles to Crater Lake) – Not only is the Rogue Regency Inn one of Medford’s finest full-service hotels with 203 rooms, it offers two outstanding choices for local dining and entertainment. The Regency Grill is one of the area’s most respected restaurants with consistently delicious cuisine created by the hotel’s master executive chef with farm-to-table excellence. It serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. After a fun-filled day in Crater Lake Country, enjoy a signature cocktail in Chadwick’s Pub & Sports Bar. Chadwick’s is also a premiere comedy club and sports pub. Comedy every Friday and Saturday night. Location: 2300 Biddle Road, Medford, OR 97504, Phone: 800.535.5805.
ELEMENTS TAPAS BAR AND LOUNGE
MEDFORD (80 miles from Crater Lake) Call your friends. Have a drink. Share your food. This is one of Medford’s top-rated restaurants. Eating tapas (Spanish small plate dining) is a unique shared experience. They offer traditional and non-traditional, hot and cold tapas made with care, using the best local and regional ingredients. They also feature a full bar, beers on tap and in the bottle, and the region’s most extensive list of Spanish wines. Under 21 are welcome until 9 pm. Location: Corner of Front and Main, 101 E. Main St. Medford, OR 97501, Phone: 541.779.0135
ASHLAND’S PEERLESS DINING EXPERIENCE!
ASHLAND (89 miles to Crater Lake) The Peerless Restaurant & Bar is a lively and sophisticated neighborhood eatery, that is considered one of Southern Oregon’s premier dining destinations. Experience their two dining rooms, friendly and intimate bar as well as enchanting garden dining. Restaurant & Bar, open Tues-Sat from 5pm, 265 4th Street, Ashland, Oregon. Phone: 541.488.6067
WILDLIFE SAFARI DINING
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.