46611 Hwy 62 (Crater Lake Hwy) — Prospect, OR
June – August, 2005 – I was happy to have the opportunity to stay at Prospect RV Park while I continued my exploration of Crater Lake. It was the perfect homebase and the best full service RV park in the area, in my opinion. This view looks across into the campsite that was my home while I camp-hosted there for the month.
Looking down the street, you can see how private and far apart the spaces are and surrounded by sweet-smelling pine trees. Allen, a park resident, keeps the grounds beautifully landscaped and blooming.
Two of my favorite park attractions were my fellow camp hosts, Mel and Pat Tynan. I became fast and forever friends with this great couple of fulltimers, enjoying themselves and the lifestyle. It’s not the first time I’ve said one of the greatest things about RVing are the people you meet.
The generous campground owners, Jim & Pam Lee, always enjoy letting their guests in on some of the lesser-known attractions of the area, such as this beauty: “The Avenue of the Giant Boulders.”
I was happy to be there during the Bluegrass Festival held each year on the second weekend in July. Prospect RV Park hosts some of the musicians and they repay by jamming by the massive group firepit – great fun and fine foot-stomping music!
I also enjoyed this trio “Whistlestop” as they practiced a few campsites down from me. Meet Gene and Barbara DeBarruel from Yreka, CA and Pat Calhoun on bass.