Mazama Village Campground Overview
Mazama Campground is open only in summer. It typically opens in June and closes in late September. The exact opening and closing dates are determined each year by the snow level in the camp sites, safety issues, and other factors. Mazama Campground is nestled in an old-growth forest at 6,000 feet (1,829 m) in elevation. There are 214 sites each with a picnic table, fire ring, and bear-resistant food locker. The concessioner, Crater Lake Hospitality, manages the campground. For more details go reservations.
Directions to Campground
The easiest way to locate the campground is via Hwy 62 through either the West or South Entrances which meet and turn towards Crater Lake and the Annie Spring Entrance Station. The entrance to Mazama Campground is a right turn immediately past the Annie Spring Entrance Station. If you enter the park from the North Entrance Station the campground is a left turn 7 miles from Rim Village.
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