Report – 08 Concessions

Report of the Superintendent of the Crater Lake National Park, 1910


There were only two concessions held in the park during the past season, both being held by the Crater Lake Company, one for maintaining permanent camps (hotels) in the park and the operation of gasoline launches and rowboats upon Crater Lake for the accommodation of visitors in the reserve: the other was for transporting passengers in and through the park in automobiles. A license fee of $10 each has been charged upon the three automobiles used in such transportation business in the reserve during the season.


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