CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK, OREGON

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The deepest lake in North America in a volcanic caldera high in the mountains... what more is there to say? While a must see, CM TRAVEL 4FUN advises July, August and early September are the only months to reliably see and enjoy the park without cold rain and fog. Late July into early September are optimal times to visit.
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