National Register of Historic Places in Klamath County
Designed by the Landscape Division of the National Park Service and built and in the era when the Park Service was producing its distinctive rustic style
architecture, this structure is typical of the comfort stations built with the form, materials and detailing characteristic of that style. It is one of four
extant stations of that style in the park.
The preceding narrative was adapted from the National Register Nomination Form.
View the complete National Register Nomination Form for the Crater Lake National Park Comfort Station No. 72 and the accompanying photographs of the comfort station taken in 1984.