Operating Dates

May 24th, 2024 – June 27th, 2024 – First come first serve (weather dependent)
June 28th, 2024 – September 22nd, 2024 – Opens for reservations (September 21st, 2024 is the last night for overnight accommodations)

Just south of Rim Village and next door to the Mazama Cabins is the Mazama Campground. As you exit off Highway 62, the campground will be located on your right. Mazama Campground is perfect for tent and RV camping and provides necessary amenities to all campers. The 214 campsites each feature a picnic table, fire ring with a grill and a bear-resistant food locker. 

Operating Dates – Mazama Village Camper Store

May 24th, 2024 – September 22nd, 2024

Hours of Operation
Friday, May 24th, 2024 – Thursday, June 27th, 2024: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday, June 28th, 2024 – Sunday, September 22nd, 2024: 7:00 am – 9:00 pm

Operating Dates – Mazama Gasoline Pumps

May 17th, 2024 – September 23rd, 2024

Hours of Operation
Friday, May 17, 2024: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Friday, June 28, 2024: 7:00 am to 9:00 pm
Mon, September 23, 2024: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Camp Site Rates & Check-In Process

Tent Sites/Walk-in Campsite: $21.00
RV – No Hookups: $31.00
RV – Electricity: $36.00
RV – Full Hookups: $42.00
Walk-in Hiker Campsite: $5.00

Check-In Process for Reservations

  • Full payment is due at time of booking
  • We request that you do not check-in at the store unless changes or questions are needed to be addressed with an agent
  • Review the reservation list posted outside the store for your name and your assigned campsite
    • Campground assignments are posted outside the Mazama Camper Store under the Large green campground Map with your name and assigned campsite. Campground assignments are posted at noon. 
  • If you DO NOT see your name or reservation list, please see an agent inside the store
  • If your reservation DOES NOT have an assigned site, please see an agent inside the store
  • You must follow all posted rules
  • At the end of your stay, please pack out all belongings
  • There is no need to checkout


Mazama Campground offers restrooms, a gas station, food storage lockers, potable water, a dump station, and showers that are available in Loop F. Camp site hookups include electricity only and full hookups. Pets are also permitted, with restrictions. Four accessible campsites are also offered,

The Mazama Camper Store is your one stop shop for all camping needs. The store has groceries, propane, firewood, and gasoline. 

Located in the village is the Annie Creek Restaurant and Gift Shop. You will find American cuisine for lunch and dinner, and plentiful selection of wine and local beer. The gift shop offers a wide selection of souvenirs to take a piece of Crater Lake National Park with you.

Additional Campsites

Crater Lake National Park’s landscape give you unlimited possibilities for backcountry wilderness exploring and camping. In the summer, with a permit, the park’s five designated backcountry campsites—Bybee Creek, Dutton Creek, Grouse Hill, Lightning Springs, and Red Cone Springs are available for camping. Dispersed camping is also allowed with a permit.  

In the winter, you can camp along the rim with a permit. Explore the open slopes, dense forests, and breathtaking views while snowshoeing or skiing on the trails.

For more information regarding campgrounds and permits please visit the National Park Service.

Present your Senior Pass or Access Pass to the campground upon arrival to receive a 50% discount for your campsite fees. Pass holders will reserve the campsite at regular rate as the rate adjustment will be made upon check-in.