• Wizard Island

    Crater Lake

    National Park Oregon

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  • Vehicle-Free Days on East Rim Drive

    The park will host two vehicle-free days on East Rim Drive, September 20 and 27, 2014. Although East Rim Drive will be closed for these events, all other roads through the park will remain open to vehicular traffic. More »

  • Lost Creek Campground CLOSED Nights of 9/19 and 9/26

    Lost Creek Campground will be CLOSED from 3:00 PM Friday, 9/19 until 5:00 PM Saturday, 9/20 because of the temporary road closure to vehicles on East Rim Drive. It will also be CLOSED from 3:00 PM Friday, 9/26 until 5:00 PM Saturday, 9/27.

  • Stage 1 Fire Restrictions in Effect

    To ensure public safety and to provide the highest degree of protection to park resources, restrictions on campfires, smoking, and fireworks are in effect. More »

Make your own map

Park Atlas

Click on the image to go to the on-line mapping webpage.


Explore Crater Lake through this on-line mapping web page. The Crater Lake Park Atlas is an interactive web map with which you can:

  • Print out your own map and/or save it as an image or PDF
  • Make a map for your school or research project
  • Explore map layers like Geology, Trails and Topography
  • Measure lengths and areas
  • Draw on the map and save your changes
  • Get geographic coordinates
  • Add your own data from an excel file or GPS track

NOTE: When loading this viewer, you may be prompted to install Microsoft Silverlight. Click Yes to everything in order to install Silverlight which will launch the Park Atlas viewer.

DISCLAIMER: The National Park Service shall not be held liable for improper or incorrect use of this map and/or the data contained herein. No warranty is expressed or implied as to accuracy, reliability, or completeness.


Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Algaphogopsis, also known as the Crater Lake Mite, is a microscopic animal that lives in the waters of Crater Lake.