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RVs easily navigate the main road into Crater Lake National Park and RV camping is available at nearby Mazama Village Campground.
Getting There Crater Lake National Park is located in southwest Oregon on state Route 62. From the south take U.S. Highway 97 to Route 62. From the north, follow state Route 138 to the park’s North Entrance. The park’s North Entrance is closed for about seven months each year, beginning November 1 (or earlier, if there is significant snowfall). When the North Entrance is closed, take Route 138 to state Route 230 to Route 62 and the park’s West Entrance.

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