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Deschutes National Forest

Deschutes National Forest, Oregon

What if we told you that the 1,200 square foot Newberry Volcano in Deschutes National Forest could easily fit the entire state of Rhode Island within its borders. That’s pretty impressive, right? The Read more...
What if we told you that the 1,200 square foot Newberry Volcano in Deschutes National Forest could easily fit the entire state of Rhode Island within its borders. That’s pretty impressive, right? The still seismically active volcano, designated a national volcanic monument, offers plenty of lava-rific fun in the forest. Sling on a headlamp to explore the mile long Lava River Cave--don’t worry, the bats don’t mind visitors. Or hike along the interpretive trail at Big Obsidian Flow, where you can scramble over the sleek, 1,300-year-old lava flow formed of black glass and pumice. If you get all lava-ed out, no worries, there’s plenty else to do within Deschutes’ 1.6 million acres of forest. Hike, bike, hunt, swim, paddle, ski, horseback ride, climb, camp, fish. Phew! Believe it or not, the list actually goes on. Turns out, 1.6 million acres gives you a lot of room to get your outdoor adventuring on. Whatever you decide to do in Deschutes National Forest, make sure you take a moment or two to just appreciate the rugged, verdant beauty of the surrounding Cascade Mountains. Ahhhh… now, back to playing.
Paulina Lake Campground
Anna
Anna: This campground is situated right next to the lake but shaded beneath the trees. Not a ton of privacy ...
Ogden Group Campground
Anna
Anna: This site is right on Paulina Creek which is perfect for a quick dunk! A 7 mile hiking trail to the fa...
McKay Crossing Campground
Peaceful silence. . . note the chirp of birds and the tinkle of water running through a creek: sounds...
Prairie Campground
Spending the day at Newberry Volcanic Monument? Then spend the night at Prairie Campground, a nice...
Big River Campground
Real talk: there’s a good chance you’ll have the all of Big River Campground to yourself--so this...
Newberry Group Campground
Are you and 50 of your closest friends looking to explore the ah-mazing Newberry Volcanic Monument...
Little Crater Campground
Natala
Natala : Wonderful spot -- where almost every camp site is lakeside! Each site is equipped with a fire ring, pi...
Chief Paulina Horse Camp
Exploring the Newberry Volcanic Monument on horseback is a great way to see the area—and you’ll...
Cinder Hill Campground
Even though Cinder Hill Campground has 108 campsites up for grabs, you’ll still get some semblance of...
East Lake Campground
Joe
Joe: Bring a light raft so you can enjoy fishing from a boat on this beautiful Cascade Lake! Feel free to r...
Pringle Falls Campground
Like Pringles chips, once you pop (into this campground), the fun don’t stop! Take in the scenic...
Fall River Campground
Joe
Joe: Great Fly Fishing! Reach out for any fishing tips!
Wyeth Campground
Tamara
Tamara: We loooooved this campground. It's not too big and the sites are spacious and private. Plenty of...
Bull Bend Campground
Alison
Alison: Beautiful! No problems navigating the dirt road in 23ft RV -spots still available at 6pm. Widely space...
China Hat Campground
Located smack dab in the middle of the East Fort Rock OHV Trail System, China Hat Campground is...
Crane Prairie Campground
With lots of space and a prime location next to the river, Crane Prairie Campground is perfect for...
Pine Mountain Campground
Huff and puff your way to Pine Mountain Campground, located at the summit of Pine Mountain, and you’ll...
Cow Meadow Campground
Most of the campgrounds in Deschutes National Forest have a similar appeal: shaded by tall ponderosa...
North Twin Lake Campground
Swim and fish to your heart’s content at North Twin Lake Campground; a small, sandy beach, and nearby...
Gull Point Campground
Gulf Point Campground sees heavy use--with good reason. Perched next to the Wickiup Reservoir, the...
Little Lava Lake Campground
Explore Little Lava Lake by boat or canoe, and check out the nearby lava flow by foot at this...
South Twin Lake Campground
Makenzie
Makenzie: Big and open camp spots, also warm water and can be a popular place to swim.
Lava Lake Campground
Fishing and boating are popular activities at Lava Lake Campground, so camp here if you plan on being...
West South Twin Campground
Squeezed in between two lakes—Wickiup Reservoir and South Twin Lake—this campground has 24 spacious...
Sheep Bridge Campground
With extra large camping areas, the 23 sites at Sheep Bridge Campground are perfect for big RVs, big...
Cultus Corral Horse Camp
Saddle up! The 10 non-reservable sites at this campground, which sits close to the Cultus River in a...
Todd Creek Horse Camp
With only seven campsites, and situated along the gently flowing Todd Creek, this campground provides...
Todd Lake Campground
Wake to the sound of gently lapping water when you camp on the shores of Todd Lake. The three lakeside...
Reservoir Campground
Pack up your poles and tackle gear and head to Reservoir Campground; situated right next the Wickiup...
Mallard Marsh Campground
Annie
Annie: There is a path to the marsh kayak ramp between campsites 14 and 15, so people walk through the area...
Soda Creek Campground
Booking a site next to Soda Creek doesn’t mean you’ll be privy to untapped reserves of pristine pop,...
Cultus Lake Campground
Shaneesa
Shaneesa: Chilly lake. Bring extra warm stuff.
Devils Lake Campground
Makenzie
Makenzie: This is the trailhead for South Sister so if your camping beware that hikers come in at all hours of t...
Rock Creek Campground
Location, location, location! Nestled along the banks of Crane Prairie Reservoir, the 32 sites at Rock...
Three Creek Lake Campground
Canoe, swim, fish and more at Three Creek Lake Campground. Non-motorized boats are welcome to use the...
South Campground
Choose your adventure at South Campground, from hiking, horseback riding, and birding, to boating on...
Quinn Meadow Horse Camp
Dubbed a “high end” campground by the folks at the Forest Service, Quinn River Campground provides...
Driftwood Campground
Driftwood Campground offers lakeside living at its finest—all 18 of the tent-only sites sit on the...
Little Fawn Campground
Don’t get your hoofed creatures confused: Little Fawn Campground actually sits on Elk Lake. Plenty of...
Three Creek Meadow Campground & Horsecamp
The best views in Deschutes just might be found at Three Creek Meadow Campground, with the rugged...
Point Campground
With only eight campsites, this small but popular spot offers plenty of opportunities for hiking,...
North Davis Creek Campground
Want to avoid noisy neighbors while you’re getting back to nature? Then North Davis Creek Campground...
Elk Lake Campground
Tally
Tally: The "resort" at Elk Lake offers campsites, cabins, a boat launch, dock & a restaurant (try the Eggs Be...
Big Cove Boat In Campgrounds
If you’re truly looking to get away from it all--including the sound of motors running and tires...
Little Cultus Campground
This campground is great for the kiddos, since the nearby Little Cultus Lake has shallow waters and a...
Lava Flow (North) Campground
The six sites at Lava Flow campground give you lots of peace, seclusion, and--unsurprisingly--easy...
West Cultus Boat In
Rev up your engines to make it to this campground—your boat engines, that is! The 12 boat-in tent...
East Davis Lake Campground
Shack up (or tent up) at East Davis Lake Campground. If you’re looking to flick your wrists while...
Boundary Springs Campground
Popular for ATV and hunting enthusiasts, the quiet Boundary Springs Campground borders state land in...
Crescent Creek Campground
Birders, rejoice: this small, quiet campground next to Crescent Creek is the perfect spot to spy on...
Sisters Cow Camp Horse Camp
Don’t judge a campground by it’s funny name: yes, Sisters Cow Camp Horse Camp is a mouthful, but it’s...
Sunset Cove Campground
Situated right next to Odell Lake, Sunset Cove Campground is a fisherman’s paradise—although it can...
Whispering Pine Horse Camp
The nine sites at Whispering Pine Horse Camp make a great home base for exploring the Three Sisters...
Princess Creek Campground
Joe+Kathrina
Joe+Kathrina: Such a great site. Half the campground sites are on the highway side and the other half is facing...
Simax Group Campground
The livin’s easy at Simax Group Campground, thanks to a lakefront location, lots of picnic pavilions...
Cold Spring Campground
Cold Spring Campground is a perfect option for families with kids—there are lots of short hikes in the...
Crescent Lake Campground
Forgotten s’more ingredients? No problemo! Clustered on a small hill overlooking Crescent Lake, the...
Trapper Creek Campground
With large, comfortable sites, lush huckleberry bushes, and the perfect location alongside Odell Lake,...
Lava Camp Lake Campground
Serious hikers will love Lava Camp Lake Campground, since it’s super close to Mt. Washington, the...
Little Cove Boat-In Campgrounds
Snag some much deserved seclusion on the edge of Little Cove. The five boat-in or hike-in sites offer...
Graham Corral Horse Camp
Sitting snug between Summit Creek and Tandy Bay, Graham Corral Horse Camp makes for a scenic stay for...
Indian Ford Campground
Caitlin
Caitlin: This place is close to one of the most beautiful caves I've ever seen - Skylight Caves. They are hard...
Contorta Flat Campground
Krysta
Krysta: This is a great spot for tent camping! There's not much privacy in between the spaces, but the view yo...
Contorta Point Group Campground
Bond with a big group of friends or family on the shores of Crescent Lake at this group campground....
Whitefish Horse Camp
Horse camp? More like horse heaven! Okay, maybe that’s a stretch, but the 18 sites at Whitefish Horse...
Spring Campground
Spring Campground might be a bit of a misnomer—it’s actually open from mid May through September. This...
Windy Group Campground
Windy Group Campground lives up to its name; popular water activities on nearby Crescent Lake include...
Summit Lake Campground
Looking for a real escape? Summit Lake Campground is a hidden treasure waiting to be found with only...
Riverside Campground
It’s bare bones—in the best way—at Riverside Campground. The sites here are less developed than other...
Scout Lake Campground
During the heat of the summer, there’s no better place to cool off than Scout Lake—we swear (scout’s...
Blue Bay Campground
Blue Bay Campground sits near Suttle Lake and makes a great home base for those who are eager to...
South Shore Campground
A pleasant breeze makes this a popular spot for windsurfers, although you’ll see plenty of campers...
Link Creek Campground
Terra
Terra: We stayed here in the off-season which was lovely as it was fairly quiet and relaxed. The campground...
Camp Sherman Campground
Nestled next the Metolius River, Camp Sherman Campground is especially busy during the summer, when...
Allingham Campground
This quaint and quiet campground sits along the Metolius River and is a popular place for fly...
Smiling River Campground
You can’t help but be happy when you’re camping at a place called “Smiling River. ” With 36 prime...
Pine Rest Campground
Snuggle up next to your neighbors at the teeny tiny Pine Rest Campground; you’ll find just seven...
Gorge Campground
Forgive us, but we have to say it—Gorge Campground is gorge-ous. Seriously, some of the forest’s...
Jack Creek Campground
The large, flat and shady sites at Jack Creek Campground are ideal for bigger groups and RVers. The 19...
Lower Canyon Creek Campground
Lower Canyon Creek is a small but mighty campground. It has just seven campsites, but can claim two...
Allen Springs Campground
Sitting on the bank of the mighty Metolius River, the 16 non-reservable sites at Allen Springs...
Sheep Springs Horse Camp
Giddy up! You and your horse will have plenty of opportunities to roam at Sheep Springs Horse Camp;...
Pioneer Ford Campground
Pioneer Ford Campground’s remoteness is a big draw; the campground gets pretty busy fielding campers...
Lower Bridge Campground
The Metolius River may be a little rough, but we wouldn’t say you’ll find a bridge over troubled water...
Perry South Campground
Go fishing near Perry South Campground and you won’t feel the need to exaggerate the size of your...
Candle Creek Campground
Don’t be surprised when you hear a roaring rush of water when you camp at Candle Creek—the campground...
Monty Campground
Bask in the sun on the banks of the Metolius River or Lake Billy Chinook—both are nearby Monty...
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Panacea at the Canyon
Octave
Octave: Our stay at Panacea at the Canyon was nothing short of dreamy. It was a prefect occasion to get away...
Rustic Oasis Camping
Juliana
Juliana: Such a cool spot to camp! Manmade pond and a sauna that Kelly, our really gracious host, built on the ...
Labor Day Campsites-Madras, OR
William
William: Super helpful and friendly. Llamas, kittens and lots of room for dogs and kids. Quick trip to town but...
Home Farm Foods Camping
Trey
Trey: What an amazing experience. Home Farm Foods cooked delicious organic meals, had an enjoyable hosted...
High Desert Peace and Quiet
SCOTT
Scott: This is a pull through site meant for RV's. The prop. is 10 acres with ancient Junipers and lava rock...
Land of Sage & Molten Lava
Danielle
Danielle: Pitch your tent or drive your RV onto 10 acres of open land in the alfalfa region of Deschutes County....
Incredible Views
Trey
Trey: Nice area - Awesome Cliff, 15 Minute drive to sweet spots by the river.
Bivouac Campground
Shawn
Shawn: $5/night (per person), open walk-in camping area so you just find a spot. Was perfect for Hammocking....
Tumalo Campground
The Deschutes river will ramble and rush past 23 full hook-up sites, 54 tent campsites, 7 yurts (2 of...
Camping & Cheesemaking
Bubba
Bubba: This property, just Northeast of Bend, has some amazing views of the mountains in Central Oregon. The...
Bend/Sunriver RV hookups
Bradford
Bradford: Hunting SeasonSkiing SeasonSummer in BendThis Bend, OR property is located in the Three Rivers...
Camp On a Buffalo and Yak Ranch
Andrew
Andrew: This location was perfect for spot to stay near Bend, OR. The host, Alan, was extremely helpful and...
Solar Eclipse Camp Tent Tickets
Trish
Trish: Pitch your tent in a freshly farmed 20 acre farm area. Whether looking to use our viewing areas of...
Wiabel Ranch Eclipse
Joseph
Joseph: Welcome to the lazy j ranch where we are hosting an eclipse camp out. Bring your trailer, motor home...
Hillstead Farms
Carrie
Carrie: Very cute, clean, and economical spot that provided me, my husband and 2 kids a home base for our...
Hillstead Farms Eclipse tents
Amy
Amy: Pitch your tent in our tree lined field of just over an acre and a half that's backed up to 80 private...
Tipi Village Retreat
Octave
Octave: Ken and Janet welcomed us at the Tipi Village Retreat on a Friday afternoon. We spent the night in...
Community Camping for Eclipse
Brandi
Brandi: Tent camping on open land, some spots available for more seclusion and shade, first come first serve....
Smith Rock Base Camp
Juliana
Juliana: Though the name of this camp site isn't too accurate, it's still a nice place to be. Located incredibl...