The deepest lake in the US is Crater Lake, which has a maximum depth of around 2,000 feet.
These contain verdant hiking routes, educational stops, and winter forts that have been restored; all of these attract visitors to the beginning of the 1800s.
These surroundings include an ancient tree above ground and Oregon's Marble Halls, a complex cave network below ground.
Recreational activities popular in this region include kayaking the John Day River and mountain biking.
In this active volcano, hiking, biking, boating, and camping are all common activities.
The welcoming area is a great starting point for exploring and learning about the history of the park.
One of the greatest stretches of moderate coastal dunes can be found there.