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Dawson House Lodge built in 1929 enjoys travelers from all over the world. Only 25 miles from Crater Lake National Park we are a popular place to stay for those visiting the park & wanting to enjoy the many outdoor wonders in our area. Hikers, fisherman and 2 & 4 wheel bikes enjoy the...
The Lodge is located about 1 hour from the North entrance to Crater Lake and was equipped with a mini fridge, microwave, and TV. There is complimentary coffee, tea, and hot chocolate and a huge selection of DVDs in the lobby. Our bed was comfortable,...More
If you are coming from Portland/Oregon coast and want to visit the Waterfalls along 138, this is a good stop before heading into Crater Lake. The owner has lots of great extras like plush towels and chocolates and we found everything very clean considering the...More
Crater Lake National Park is remote. Accordingly, lodging accommodations are limited. That may not be a problem for most people as they come to look at the lake, take pictures, and move on to their next destination. But I stayed overnight in Chemult, which at...More
Management response:Responded June 4, 2018
I'm sorry you did not like your room. You were in our downstairs motel section which are much different and noisier than our Old Fashioned Upstairs Lodge Rooms which are quieter, larger and much nicer than the motel rooms on the lower level and they...More
I have stayed in the lodge twice and enjoyed it tremendously. If you are enjoying Crater Lake and/or the many sites, including the waterfalls, in that area, it's a great place to kick back in the evening. Free movies, comfortable rooms, and enjoyed the owners...More
Stayed here on trip to Crater Lake, and believe me if you are not able to stay at the Crater Lake Lodge (reservations a year in advance), this is about the best of the few options reasonably close to the Park. It's definitely a bit...More