There are two lodging options in the park, Crater Lake Lodge and The Cabins at Mazama Village. Both are managed by the concessions operator, Crater Lake Hospitality (CLH). Cabin, room and lodge amenities, current prices, and availability are found on the Crater Lake Hospitality website. Reservations can be made up to 365 days in advance either online or by calling the CLH toll-free reservation line, 866-292-6720.
A list of accommodations outside the park, within 35 miles of park headquarters, is found on the Lodging & Camping page.
Crater Lake LodgeThe historic Crater Lake Lodge was built on the edge of the caldera, nearly 1000 feet above Crater Lake, and is surrounded by sub-alpine meadows and forests. It first opened in 1915. It was re-constructed and earth-quake stabilized in 1995. The lodge is typically open mid-May through early-October. managed by Crater Lake Hospitality. More information about the lodge is available on the managing concessioner website, Crater Lake Hospitality.
Click this link to make Room Reservations.
The lodge has 71 rooms including six accessible rooms. Some accommodations have views of the lake while others overlook Rim Village or the beautiful landscape. All amenities are available at the link.
To preview menus or make dining reservations for the historic Crater Lake Lodge Dining Room visit Crater Lake Hospitality. Click this link for all the eating and shopping locations in the park.
The Cabins at Mazama VillageThe Cabins at Mazama Village are nestled in an old growth forest of lodgepole pines. The rustic-style exterior opens into a more modern inn-like setting. There are 10 cabins, each with 4 private accommodations (40 rooms). A campground and amphitheater, cafe, and campstore are nearby in the village. Visit Crater Lake Hospitality for more information and reservations.
Mazama Village is easily accessed via Hwy 62 from either the West or South Entrance, or located 7 miles south of Rim Village. Operating dates are typically late May through September, although opening can be delayed due to weather and snowpack. More information about the cabins is available on the managing concessioner website, Crater Lake Hospitality.
Last updated: July 9, 2023