Take A Hike To An Oregon Overlook That’s Like A Medieval Castle
By Sarah McCosham|Published April 20, 2022
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There are plenty of scenic overlooks in Oregon, but one that’s like a real-life castle? That’s a little harder to come by. But that’s precisely what you’ll find when you discover the Pumice Castle in Crater Lake National Park. While Crater Lake is best-known for its cerulean blue waters, the Pumice Castle stands out as one of the most colorful features of the park. Unmarked and often missed, the Pumice Castle is one Oregon landmark that’s worth seeking out.
Have you visited the Pumice Castle Overlook in Oregon before? Did you know about this hidden gem in Crater Lake? What a cool spot to discover!
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