For over 100 years

Harriman's has been,

 and is, a stopover

for those coming 

and going to

Crater Lake.


In days of old it was

steamboats, horse

drawn  carriages

and then a road

for the first cars.

 

Today, you can

drive on the

Volcanic Legacy

All-American Road

to admire Crater Lake

some 45 miles away

from Harriman Springs

Resort & Marina.



Listed by: Ashley Bruggeman (Lic. # 201233345)

Kathy Mansell (Lic # 201217242)

With Lester Realty Inc. (541) 882-8788

2423 Homedale Rd. Klamath Falls, OR 97603

Principle Broker Lori Lester (Lic. #200905079)

                       

For Sale - Resort and Marina on 86 acres $4,000,000   MLS 3009143

A deep blue that will take your breath away
Crater Lake is 1,943 feet at it’s deepest point, the seventh

deepest lake in the world and the deepest in the United

States. Lake levels fluctuate slightly from year to year.

Winter snows supply the lake with water. Crater Lake,

42.95°N 122.10°W, is a 45 minute drive from
Harriman Springs Resort & Marina, a trip to a spectacular

world un like any other. It is no wonder that

Crater Lake is a National Park.


400,000 years in the making and boom!

​Crater Lake lies inside a caldera, or volcanic basin,

created when 12,000 foot high Mount Mazama collapsed

7,700 years ago following a large eruption. The lake

averages more than five miles in diameter, and is

surrounded by steep walls that rise up to 2,300 feet

above its surface. Wizard Island rises 764 feet above

the lake surface. Mt. Scott, at 8,929 feet, is the

park’s highest point.


Geology, natural and cultural history come alive

​Imagine spending a couple of hours circumnavigating

a volcano from inside on a deep lake. To board the tour

boats in Cleetwood Cove one must descend a 1.1 mile

trail which drops 700 feet from road to water level.
This is an experience in and of itself. Three are other

tours that allows people to spend as much as six hours

on Wizard Island. One is far far way from the modern

world. The price of admission is well worth it.


More than a special place it is a special spirit
Upwards of 500,000 people visit Crater Lake. The park

is open year round with July and August being the busiest

months. Lake temperature varies between 32 and 66

degrees at the surface. More than 260 feet below the

surface, the water remains a constant 39

degrees year-round.


On the road up to the lake’s rim
There are 700 plant, 52 mammal, 8 amphibian, 4 reptile,

5 fish, and 151 bird species in Crater Lake National Park.

The park is much more than the legendary lake itself.

There are canyons and creeks cutting down the slopes.




Like No Place Else On Earth
The following is from the Crater Lake National Park’s

home page –“Crater Lake has inspired people for thousands

of years. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake,

so blue in color; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand

feet high; two picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past.

It is a place of immeasurable beauty, and an outstanding

outdoor  laboratory and classroom.”  

            Harriman Springs Resort & Marina  

             26661 Rocky Point Rd, Klamath Falls,

            Oregon 97601. For information about rentals or

             after hours emergenciescall 541-281 0932