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The Plaza Comfort Station in Crater Lake National Park may have been initially constructed in 1938 to serve as a shower and rest room for visitors, but today, it is already considered to be one of the top attractions in the site. It is now a major part of the Rim Village Historic District inside the park.

Like most of the structures in the Rim Village, the Plaza Comfort Station is made in the National Park Service rustic style architecture. It was designed by the agency, following their distinct style in their structures.

The Plaza Comfort Station is normally closed during the winter due to the thick snowfall in the area. The other structures on the Rim Village stay open year-round, though. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
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