Did you know that Willamette National Forest, Oregon, America has a beautiful lake that hides a unique wonder beneath its waters? Well, you read that right! The magical wonder that hides in Clear Lake Oregon is a submerged forest!
The lake was created about 3000 years ago after the eruption of volcanic lava from Sandberg. A natural dam was created, which was gradually filled with water. Subsequently, the water-filled the forests and gradually the forest fell.
The bottom of the lake is also filled with interesting dense white volcanic mud. There is also a shipwreck dating back hundreds of years. If you ever dive here, prepare to be transported to an unknown and unusual world!
Some divers come here to experience the fascinating underwater scenery. Rowing boats and kayaks are also available here for those who do not want to stop in the cold waters of the lake. These can be hired the same day after arrival.
Visitors can also experience the beauty of the Clear Lake Loop Trail and the McKenzie River National Recreational Trail. These trails lead people through lava regions and ancient forests.
Great place for those looking for a great vacation!