Mazama Campground

The park has two developed campgrounds: Mazama Campground and Lost Creek Campground. Mazama Campground takes reservations (except in June) and can accommodate both RV’s and tents. Lost Creek Campground is a first-come, first-served campground for tents only. Both campgrounds are located in forests south of the lake and are open only in the summer. Each campsite has a picnic table, a fire ring with a grill, and a metal bear box for food storage.

Camping (and overnight parking) elsewhere in the park is prohibited, except by backcountry permit.

Sites at Mazama Campground can be reserved online or by calling 1-888-774-2728.

Campground Approximate Dates Current Status Elev. # Sites Fee Features Notes
Mazama June 15 to late September Closed 6000' 214 $22 / $31 A, F, V, W, RV, S/L/S, DS, R Max RV length 50'
Lost Creek early July to
Closed 6000' 16 $10 F, N Tents only


Flush toilets


Pay showers/laundry services nearby


Vault toilets


Dump station


RV sites available


Accessible sites available


Reservations available


No Reservations

Additional Nearby Camping Options

For a list of campgrounds outside the park, download the Lodging & Camping brochure from our publications page.

Campground Fee Discounts

Senior Pass and Access Pass holders are entitled to a 50% discount on camping fees. Other passes, including the Interagency and Military passes, do not provide a discount.

Quiet Hours and Generators

Quiet hours are 10 pm to 7 am. Generator use is allowed 8 am to 8pm at Mazama Campground. Generators are prohibited at Lost Creek Campground.


Wood fires are allowed only in designated fire rings. Do not build rock rings outside the established ring or burn trash in the ring. Never leave fires or hot coals unattended and extinguish them completely before leaving.


You may bring approved firewood, purchase firewood at the Mazama Camper Store, or gather downed, dead wood. Do not cut, saw, or break any standing trees, dead or alive. Due to the potential introduction of nonnative plants and insects through the transportation of firewood, Crater Lake National Park participates in the “Buy it where you Burn” campaign. All firewood brought into or burned at the park must be “Approved Pacific Northwest Firewood.” This can be purchased at the Mazama Camper Store and at many locations throughout Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.


Water is a precious and limited resource; please use it wisely. Wash dishes at your campsite, not in restrooms or at water spigots. Strained dishwater must be disposed of in the grates located in front of each restroom. Dispose of food particles in trash bins, not in the sink drains or grates. Please do not bathe or wash clothes at water spigots or in sinks. Gray water from RVs and trailers must be contained and disposed of at the Mazama Campground dump station. Trash and recyclables should be sorted and deposited in the appropriate bins at either campground.

Dump Station

A free dump station is located in Mazama Campground and is usually open late May through mid-October.

Camper Store, Laundry, and Showers

A store with hot showers and laundry machines is located in Mazama Campground (see store hours). Showers and laundry machines take quarters. There's a change machine by the showers. Your quarters maintain the wastewater treatment system in the park and help return clean water to the park environment.

Vehicles and Bicycles

We encourage visitors to enjoy the campground and help ensure the safety of all visitors by keeping all vehicles, including motorcycles, trailers, and bicycles, on paved areas at all times.


Pets are welcome in park campgrounds. They must be attended and on a leash not longer than 6 feet at all times. It is the owner's responsibility to clean up after them.

Last updated: February 23, 2018

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Crater Lake National Park
PO Box 7

Crater Lake , OR 97604


(541) 594-3000

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