Crater Lake Glamping Retreat - AdventureTripr

Crater Lake Glamping Retreat

Max 10 people Easy difficulty Beginner experience

Upcoming dates:

July 08

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On this adventure, we’ll explore Crater Lake National Park. Fed by rain and snow, it’s the deepest lake in the US and one of the most pristine on earth. Native Americans witnessed its formation 7,700 years ago, when a violent eruption triggered the collapse of a tall peak. Sightseers travel to Crater Lake from all over the world to gaze at its blue water and stunning setting atop the Cascade Mountain Range.  

During our stay we will go hiking, horseback riding, ziplining, and canoeing/kayaking. You will be amongst other amazing, like-minded women as we take in all the sights, explore and adventure, and also take time to relax and recharge in this most beautiful setting. Our accommodations will be comfortable, glamping-style tents on a peaceful property with a creek flowing through a meadow. This is a great opportunity to be introduced to camping with shelter where the comforts of home like bedding are already taken care of.  

The pricing for this retreat is on a triple occupancy basis. Please read the accommodations section below for full details on the tents.  

Crater Lake National Park is the ancestral homelands of the Klamath people. They once called this place Lake Giiwas. The entire area is known as a sacred place where members came to pray, to mourn, to hunt and forage. Some proceeds from this trip will be donated to the Community Services Department of the Klamath Tribes which provides services and supports to enhance the self-sufficiency and well being of Tribal Elders, Tribal families and individuals, and community members.  

Please note that we need at least 6 people to run this group trip. In the event we do not receive minimum bookings, your entire booking amount will be refunded.  

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Day 1: Check into your glamping tents and go canoeing in the creek

Once you arrive, settle into your glamping tents, familiarize yourself with the area, and head out to go canoeing in the creek that flows through the property.  

If you arrive early, you can visit a beautiful State Park for a short hike and self-arranged lunch on the river that passes through the park.  

Check in is after 3pm at historic Fort Klamath. You will spend the evening getting to know your fellow adventurers over a meal in the local town.  

Please note that this trip does not include any meals. However our team of local experts will provide you with recommendation on local eateries when you can hang out as a group.  

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On day 1, for 2 days

You will be staying both nights in a fully furnished glamping tent with a cozy queen bed and 2 twin beds in the Fort Klamath area. The tents are in a peaceful setting of green meadows, tall trees, a creek flowing by, and just a short drive from Crater Lake National Park.  

Glamping style accommodation
Campsite at crater lake
Creek on property for kayaking



Guide fees


All meals
Alcoholic beverages
Admission fees
Travel insurance
Personal gear
Luggage transfers

Do not forget to arrange for the requisite passport, visa and travel insurance, if you are booking an international trip.

We try our best to ensure accurate and up-to-date guide information, but in some cases this may change due to emergencies or other unforeseen guide scheduling challenges. In any case, another highly-rated, certified guide with similar experience would lead your trip and you will be kept informed of any such case.

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3 days, 2 nights

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$685   ($228/person/day)

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