We stayed here two nights when we visited Crater Lake. It is 15 minutes from the Southern Crater Lake sign and 40 minutes from the rim. We had cabin #2, which had two beds, a private bath, and a kitchen. The kitchen had our favorite appliance from the trip; what we dubbed the stoverator. It was a unit that had a stove range on top and a refrigerator below. The TV didn't get any channels in, but you could borrow movies from the front desk for free. We didn't see any AC units, but in September, they were not needed. There was heat. We basically needed a place to lay our heads at the end of long days up in the national park and this fit the bill
Crater Lake Resort is a nicely run mom and pop style place where the sheets were clean and the staff was friendly. Not everything matched like a hotel chain, but there are not many hotels in the area. If matching linens and furniture are needed for a good experience, you may need to stay at the Crater Lake Lodge. The only complaints I had were the well water (had sulfur in it) and the voracious mosquitoes we had to dodge from our car to the cabin.
- Also Known As:
- Crater Lake Hotel
- Crater Lake Hotel Fort Klamath