The state of Oregon offers travelers more than 125 lakes and reservoirs to choose from for an amazing lakefront getaway, but there is one body of water in particular that is known across the globe. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon’s only National Park, is one of the country’s most unique landmarks and sits inside the remnant of a destroyed volcano, Mount Mazama. Crater Lake itself measures more than 1,943 feet at it’s deepest point, making it the deepest lake in the United States, the second deepest in North America, and the ninth deepest in the world. Although fish are not native to the lake, they were introduced from 1888-1941. Six species were originally stocked in the lake, but only the Rainbow Salmon and Kokanee Salmon have survived. The Lodge at Suttle Lake provides a great summer destination for travelers, and their marina allows you to rent boats, canoes, and kayaks to enjoy on the water. Enjoy a day of swimming, fishing, or just laying around on the beach during your next lakefront getaway in Oregon.

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