Back in the 1920s, Diamond Lake Resort was a fishing lodge. Today, though, it's much more?a hub for year-round recreation in Crater Lake National Park. In the summer, visitors fish for rainbow trout in the glittering lake and bicycle down lush trails. In winter, they drive snowmobiles over the fresh snow and cross-country ski along seven miles of groomed trails (or through 35 miles of rugged backcountry). Whatever the season, the resort offers plenty of places to stay, just as it did back in its fishing lodge days. Today, though, lodgings range from motel-style rooms to standalone vintage cabins.