Fort Klamath is a remote community based between Crater Lake National Park and Upper Klamath Lake. Since it lacks a population, much of what you’ll find in the region is natural—an ideal condition for outdoor buffs looking to seclude themselves. That said, if you’re traveling through Fort Klamath, you must visit Crater Lake. The volcano and lake are based in the Cascade Mountains and is home to a massive crater that is now a lake. That said, there’s plenty to do in the unique region, including hiking along the Lake’s rim and swimming and kayaking between its small islands. Famous for the clarity of its waters, Crater Lake is a great opportunity for photographers looking for scenic areas. You can start your experience near Fort Klamath by glamping in one of these below locations.
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