Crater Lake National Park is located in southern Oregon on the crest of the Cascade Mountain Range. According to the National Park Service, President Theodore Roosevelt signed the bill giving national park status to Crater Lake on May 22, 1902.
Crater Lake is the deepest lake in North America, reaching depths of more than 1,700 feet. Crater Lake National Park was founded in 1902 to preserve this natural wonder. Located in south Oregon, Crater Lake has sat for more than 7,000 years in the crater of Mount Mazama. The lake's pristine blue waters and the surrounding area form one of America's most reco…
The biggest show at Crater Lake National Park is its namesake, Crater Lake, which is, by some measurements, the deepest in the Western Hemisphere. However, the thriving flora of the park is equally impressive and has been relatively unencumbered by invasive species throughout its history.
The Cascade Range of British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and California is a geological showcase for the forces of water and fire: water in the form…