Crater Lake National Park 1937 USGS Map
USGS Topographic Map of Crater Lake National Park in Oregon from 1937 (Reproduction). It is a quadrant map which shows an area of land and includes a portion of the park.
Crater Lake National Park was established in 1902 making it the 5th oldest in the US and still the only National Park in the state of Oregon. Encompassing over 183,000 acres, its main feature is the caldera of Crater Lake made from the collapse of the Mount Mazama volcano. The lake itself, the deepest in America, is filled from rain and snow resulting in its beautiful blue color. The rim drive which leads around the caldera rim maybe its most popular feature, but Crater Lake National Park also has a portion of the Pacific Crest Trail go through it, 50,000 acres of old growth forest, surrounding desert formed from the eruption, and a hike up to the top of Mount Scott rewarding visitors with amazing panoramic views.
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