21 Aug 19 Since we've made but the one visit to Crater Lake what I write today is mostly conjecture. You are looking at Wizard Island and directly in front at 6 o'clock is Fumarole Bay and at 3 o'clock is Governors Bay. The island is located near the western edge of the crater. While we were there we watched a couple of power boats and a single sail boat cruising around the lake. You can see one boat dock/float in Governors Bay and from a different angle you can see what looks to be a boat shelter there also but on the island itself. There is also a small craft heading into Governors Bay. At one point there was a small power craft in Fumorale Bay and folks walking on what looks to be a small island in front of the green water from which I thinking the bay got its name. At the north end of the crater there is a tour boat service and likely a boat launch but I can't tell from the little brochure you get when you enter the park. The white you see at the bottom is snow and I had to walk over a large section to get to the rocky area where I took the shot. One could get a bit closer but the nerves wouldn't let me so the result is the rocky soil and snow in the foreground. Need to go back and really check out this beautiful national park.
Other than some straightening and a bit of contrast enhancement this is what the camera saw. Fumarole Bay Nikon D500; 18 - 200; Aperture Priority; ISO 200; 1/400 sec @ f /11.