Oregon's Crater Lake National Park is one of the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest. Formed during a violent volcanic cataclysm, its now tranquil, mirror-like waters reflect the forests and mountain panoramas that surround it, acting as a magnet for sightseers and walkers who come to explore the perimeter of the US's deepest lake. As well as hiking, scenic drives around the 33-mile perimeter, observing wildlife ranging from porcupines to bald eagles and timber wolves, cross-country skiing is possible late into the year thanks to the cold, alpine climate. If you are looking for an escape from the city this spring, Crater Lake offers a true wilderness experience where the primal forces of nature can still be felt. These glamping cabins range from romantic riverside properties with fishing access to luxury ranch rentals surrounded by 100-acres of private land, offering you the perfect chance to explore this fascinating corner of the mighty Cascades.