Activities & Features
The Mount Scott Trail in Crater Lake National Park is one tough hike, that rewards hikers with some of the very best views the park has to offer. The trail leads to the highest point in the park with sweeping views of Crater Lake and a historic fire lookout. Trail climbs well over a thousand feet is speckled with an array of alpine wildflowers and wildlife. This 5 mile hike is kid friendly, but may be a bit much for young children. Crater Lake National Park has two established campgrounds. The larger is Mazama Campground, it has about 200 forested sites. For those looking for a more private camping experience, check out the Lost Creek Campground. It has 16 first come first serve sites.
Mount Scott is named after Levi Scott. (1797 - 1890) Scott was an Oregon pioneer served in the Oregon Territorial Legislature.
Entrance and Camping Fees
Contact: Crater Lake National Park P.O. Box 7 Crater Lake, OR 97604