Points of Interest

Points of Interest

Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States at 1,932 feet and has been attracting visitors for decades. The depth, combined with the water’s purity, gives the lake its remarkable deep blue color. Take a boat tour, hike and take in the breathtaking panoramic views of this National Park. 

Mt. Thielsen is known as the “lightning rod of the cascades”. This majestic pointed mountain is part of the volcanic Cascade Range that stretches the entire length of the State of Oregon. At 9,182 feet, Mt. Thielsen is not a particularly high peak, but one with an amazing profile that, from certain angles, looks like it’s topped by an impossibly slender needle-like spire. Mt. Thielsen is off Highway 230 – approximately 30 miles north of Union Creek Resort. 

Union Peak is located in the Cascade Range and is a heavily eroded shield volcano. Located outside of Crater Lake, there are trails to take in magnificent views of the area. 

Umpqua National Forest is located in southern Oregon's Cascade Range and is nearly one million acres boarding Crater Lake National Park. Home to a wide variety of wildlife, waterfalls, and more, it is a great place to spend hiking and exploring. 

Diamond Lake is located between Mt. Bailey and Mt. Thielsen and is a natural body of water available for variety of water recreation including fishing, boating and more.