Flood Origins and Animals of Crater Lake

Over on the left coast of the continental formerly United States is the state of Oregon. Inland from the coast is the Cascade Range. These mountains clip parts of two other states as well as British Columbia. Some of the volcanoes there are still active.

Crater Lake National Park is in a collapsed volcano. Geologists from deep-time and young-earth perspectives agree on many details on the formation of volcanoes, and how this one at Crater Lake had an explosive past that led to its sleeping status.

Crater Lake became a US national park. Secular and creation geologists agree on some things, creation science Flood models best explain its history.
Crater Lake with Wizard Island, RGBStock / Jonathon Isaac
The view may be hidden by clouds. Because of this and other possible difficulties, do a bit of research before venturing up there. If you go, say hello to the Old Man for me.

Biblical creationists greatly differ with their secular counterparts on the formation of mountains, especially the timing. Models based on the Genesis Flood provide satisfactory explanations for these things. After the Flood, Crater Lake and the surrounding area provide an ecosystem for many different living things.

The deepest and arguably most spectacular lake in the United States is located inside a volcano. Known as Crater Lake, it reaches 1,943 feet at its deepest point. Crater Lake National Park was established in 1902 by President Theodore Roosevelt and became America’s fifth national park. . . .

How and when did this lake form? The evolutionary story talks about the Cascade Mountains beginning many millions of years ago. However, this date is based on disproven or unverifiable assumptions and evolutionary dogma. The real account begins with the global Flood just 4,500 years ago.

You can read the full article at "Crater Lake National Park: Serene Beauty After Volcanic History."