Trail Management Plan
The National Park Service is developing a Trail Management Plan for Crater Lake National Park. This project has been initiated to broaden the range of experiences available to park visitors.
The purpose of the Trail Management Plan is to guide trail management, investment in trail infrastructure, and visitor use of the trail system, for the next 25 years. The plan is needed to:
• improve and diversify recreation opportunities
• improve connectivity between features of interest
• reduce user-created trails
• eliminate unsustainable and underutilized routes
• protect park resources
The National Park Service welcomes your feedback about this planning effort. Please submit your comments here on this project website by clicking on the "Document List" link at the left side of this page to respond to three questions for comment.
The public is also welcome to attend one of three open house meetings to be held on January 31 - February 2 (please see the "Meeting Notices" link at left). These meetings will be an opportunity to provide feedback and ideas regarding the Trail Management Plan directly to the NPS team.
Please check back to this project webpage for updates about this planning effort.
Sean Denniston, (541) 594-3008