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Old 06-30-2013, 03:09 PM   #1
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Grants Pass OR to Crater Lake

Going to Crater Lake from Grants Pass mapquest shows 234 to 62. Is that all doable in a 40 ft motorhome with toad?

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Originally Posted by bdpreece View Post
Going to Crater Lake from Grants Pass mapquest shows 234 to 62. Is that all doable in a 40 ft motorhome with toad?
Don't know, but I'll be there next week. Driving our CRV and staying in a hotel at Klamath Falls. I'll eyeball the roads and post here unless someone beats me to it.

One thing, you better have a campground reservation. I tried to get something for my 38 foot class A and the campgrounds close to the lake are full through September.

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234 is a two lane road that connects to Highway 62 near Eagle Point. At this point Highway 62 is a two lane road also. Highway 62 is a major link between I-5 and Highway 97. There are semis and many motorhomes running this route. Gold Hill's elevation is 1K. The Crater Lake rim is 7K. Obviously there is some climbing to do. As the other poster said campground reservations may be the issue. There are not many commercial options in the area. I would recommend trying Diamond Lake Resort if nothing is available at the park. There may be USFS campgrounds available as well. A big motorhome may make that much more difficult. There is a USFS visitor center at Diamond Lake they may have some suggestions. Have fun and be sure and have a supply of DEET.

If you need supplies taking i-5 to the 62 junction in Medford will take you by a Fred Meyer Super Center and a very large Safeway. There are also a couple of RV supply houses in this section of 62.

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