Camping near La Pine

Take advantage of river recreation without leaving the desert in this sunny spot.

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Experience Heaven

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents157 acres · La Pine, OR
8 campsites and 2 original Mongolian Gers. The season for the camp sites is from June 1st to October 15 and the Gers are all 12 months. The Hipcamp is on the South Shore of East Lake Pets allowed, toilets on site, campfires permitted when burn ban is not in place. This being the 5th year, things are excellent and I certainly don't have any issues to deal with. If you aren't capable of practicing the 5 P's, then you need to book somewhere else. Proper Preperation Prevents Poor Performance. If you can't get here and have your camp set up by 8:00PM, showing respect to the other Hipcampers that are already set up and enjoying the PEACE AND QUIET, then you need to book somewhere else or don't come until the following morning. No driving down to the campsites/the lake after 8::00PM. Period. Communicate with me. If you leave Portland at 5:00 PM with the intention of spending the night in Heaven then you need to alter your plans. No more than 4 adults at each campsite. I am not to the point yet of saying no big dogs. Talk to me if you think your "big dog" might not fit in. It is a given they willl need to be on a tethered throughout your time in Heaven. Take them for walks along the lake, not having them run thru everyone elses camp sites. No Yappers, no barking dogs, no yippers, no pain in the butts. Why would you drive by 46 grocery stores and forget to bring ice? No loud music. I have changed quiet time to 9:00 PM. You need to listen to the chaos/stressful music I suggest you start a band or become a DJ. What I want folks to get out of being here, whether they are camping or staying in the Gers is just to “take a break”. Relax, appreciate, assess and just listen. I hope what you hear is the sound of life and of course all the Angels that make up this special piece of Heaven. The chipmunks, the squirrels, all the different birds, the eagles, the osprey, the fish jumping, the deer roaming, the timber martins running thru the trees, the snowshoe rabbits and the occasional black bear. Then there is the silence. The best part of “Heaven”. So, while you are here, take a deep breath, close your eyes at the appropriate moment and ask yourself, am I on the right path? Is what I am doing fulfilling me? Am I showing my family and friends how much I love them? Do I really need all that crap I got? Where do I go from here? My intention was for each one you to not just go camping, or to stay in a Mongolian Ger but to have an “Experience” that just might lead you to a more fulfilling and happier life.
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Central Oregon Private Oasis

15 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Redmond, OR
We bought the property almost 2 years ago and are in the process of revamping the yard and outdoor spaces. To include weed removal and rock relocating haha. It’s been a labor of love so please excuse our mess as we do this. We live on property and would love to tell you where to go for local experiences that may not be as well advertised. We are 3.3 miles away from Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center, 13 miles from Hayden Homes Amphitheater, and 11 miles from Smith Rock State Park. No matter the time of year there is always something to do. We have hose water available to fill tanks or just drink. We have an outhouse on site. We have generator available for rent. Small items available to purchase for those forgotten items. Oregon is a 21 and older state. Everyone needs to be 21 years old to smoke cigarettes, marijuana, or drink alcohol so please obey state laws. That being said feel free to partake just be respectful with your cans and butts. Most nights only 1 night stay is required however there are some blocked out days or extended stays (only a couple times a year)
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McKenzie River Forest Retreat

6 sites · Tents1 acre · Mc Kenzie Bridge, OR
**No RV's or camper trailers! You may message if you have something very low profile like a teardrop and depending on current occupancy, you may be able to stay. We just don't have room or good access!** Welcome to our enchanting Outdoor Stay Area, nestled among the tall, mystical firs of McKenzie Bridge in the breathtaking McKenzie River Valley. Enjoy nature's embrace with a walk-in camp site or car camp site. Message a special request if you are seeking a group site or event booking for multiple sites or to book campsites plus a short term stay in the Hygge A-Frame (listed on AirBnB and VRBO). Special rates offered for booking all, multiple sites or multiple stays. Gather around our central communal "campfire" area, adorned with rustic log benches. Cook on the swing out grill over a complementary wood fire when allowed. As summer matures, and burn bans no doubt crop up, we provide a propane campfire ring which you may cook on as needed, until it is no longer allowed. This can occur quickly, so we request that mid-June through the first rains, please bring your own approved liquid fuel stove for use in the gravel area on fold out tables. Message before booking to confirm any campfire details or requests. I'm always happy to answer any questions. I live on site but generally the Outdoor Stay Area is self-serve unless I have a special request to cater. Tent sites are covered with wood chips for a comfortable night's rest. Hose water is readily available for your convenience, and we provide a porta-potty as well. During your stay explore the wealth of outdoor activities in the McKenzie River Valley, from hiking and fishing to relaxing by the river (1/2 mile walk), biking, golf, a soak in one of three hot springs in our area or visit historical sites. View waterfalls or book a white water adventure with a local guide! The area's wildlife, including deer, elk, grey fox and various bird species, provide a daily delight. If you like birds, you will adore the Swainson’s Thrush birdsong that paints the air in the mornings and evenings here. Our Outdoor Stay Area is a gateway to adventure and a haven of peace, with towering firs and lush greenery creating an enchanting atmosphere. Whether seeking solitude or company, our campsite is perfect for your retreat. By respecting guidelines and mother earth, we maintain the beauty and integrity of this special place together. Thank you in advance . Welcome to your oasis in the enchanted wilderness of McKenzie Bridge. Relax, explore, and immerse yourself in the natural beauty, make lasting memories in this magical corner of the McKenzie River Valley. Near by areas of interest or activity: Terwilliger/ Cougar Hot Springs Belknap Hot Springs Deer Creek Hot Springs McKenzie River Horse Creek Cougar Reservoir Carmen Reservoir Pacific Crest Trail Koosah Falls Sahalie Falls Tokatee Golf Course O'Leary Trail Complex Raft, swim, fish, bike, hike, golf, paddle, soak... Or just relax, read, or meditate... Get away from it all...
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Picnik Place

1 site · RV, Tent20 acres · Bend, OR
Hi and welcome to Picnik Place! This is a 20 acre farm, so there is plenty of land to roam free and explore, as well as having your privacy from the primary residents. With this spot, you are nestled under a juniper tree with a lava rock backdrop and can watch the sun dip below the volcanos in the distance. This spot is very simple and tucked away. There is an off-grid solar power hook-up that you can use, but it will not be enough power to run the AC and toaster oven at the same time! While feeling remote and removed from the Bend tourism, it only takes 15 minutes to get downtown, where there are ample restaurants, shops, coffehouses, etc. It takes 7 minutes to get to Trader Joe's and Home Depot, and 10 minutes to get to St. Charles Hospital.
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Travel Trailer Bliss

22 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Redmond, OR
We recently relocated to Redmond and LOVE this travel trailer! It has allowed us the opportunity to enjoy everything Central Oregon has to offer and we hope you too can experience and enjoy it as much as we do. It's all about making memories. It's also perfect for Fall/Winter fun and avoiding the summer crowds. Simply stay on our 5 acre property with complete hook ups if you're looking to avoid the bustle of downtown and it's hotel prices! Learn more about this land: Like new RV, sleeps 5-6. Full bathroom with shower, kitchen with microwave, TV/DVD, queen bed with new memory foam mattress and 2 bunks, slide out conversion dining room. Full hookups to enjoying heater/AC. LED awning for those perfect nights under the stars. Fully stocked with dishes and cookware, utensils and cleaning supplies. Or pitch a tent out in the pasture, near the canal that runs through the property. We are close to Bachelor for skiing, Smith Rock for hiking, Sisters for shopping, too many lakes to name and 20mins to all Bend has to offer and so much more!
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Shelter at Castle Rock Farm

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Mc Kenzie Bridge, OR
Castle Rock Farm was established as a homestead 1893, and sits at the base of Castle Rock. Quite, not on the highway. Stay on grassy pasture nestled in-between the edge of old growth forest under a magnificent big Maple Tree, nearby a small babbling brook passes by accompanied by the chorus of songbirds. You might catch a glimpse of the Great Gray owls. A birder's paradise, over 150 nesting boxes on the property. During your stay enjoy the wind whispering through the trees, birds singing, owls hooting and abundant wildlife. There are Great Gray owls, Pileated woodpeckers, and many various bird species and wildlife that pass by. You will not be camping or glamping next to someone's house in their yard, gravel parking lot, by a busy road, a pile of gravel or wood chips mislead by false pictures. Shelter at Castle Rock farm is extremely private, inclusive, perfect for relaxing and to decompress. A short stroll away you can feed the native wild cutthroat trout in the fish pond. On the way feel free to sample some of the wild native strawberries growing in the natural pasture. There are two extremely friendly yellow labs on the property, one very old, one young, they do go on walks with me past the Big Maple site on the trail in the morning and the evening. King Castle Trailhead is 4 minutes down the road from entrance to Shelter at Castle Rock. Upon request , Big Maple site can accommodate extra tents, group site, from 0 to 20 tents, for special events, birding groups, weddings, biking groups, runners, ect. Also we have contacts from other lodging facilities in the area that provide rafting trips, bike and mountain bike shuttles, bike rentals, hiking shuttles to pick you up and return. Castle Rock Farm was established as a homestead 1893, and sits at the base of Castle Rock. For the last 37 years it has been maintained as private wildlife and birding preserve. The original fruit orchards are over a 125 years old. No herbicides or pesticides of any kind are used. Only private led tours by birding experts and wildlife viewing has been allowed. Castle Rock farm is known throughout the Mckenzie community as the one of the most spectacular one of a kind properties in Mckenzie Bridge. All wood used in construction and furniture was milled at Castle Rock Farm with a vintage Heritage Cut pattern circle sawmill from sustainably sourced fire killed trees and windblown downed trees. All campfire wood is sustainably sourced also. Site was built by our family of Journeymen Craftsmen that build Custom Homes in the area, so everything is professionally built with attention to detail, not a DIY campsite. Camping/glamping site is outfitted with a large 10' by 14' heavy deluxe canvas tent, upgraded with extra windows, sewn in heavy vinyl floor, No-See-Um netting, on a wood platform. Tent area is covered so foul weather will not spoil your camping adventure. Custom built with our Heritage cut lumber , one large Porta Potty with premium biodegradable tank treatment. Included with Big Maple site is. Unlimited firewood usage (no charge) kindling, fire starters, 1 large fire pit, 1 Solo fire pit on the deck, 4 quality camping chairs, 2 camping swinging chairs, 8 solar flicker lanterns, solar string lights, 2 led solar lanterns, large handmade hammock , 3 camping hammocks, handmade wood furniture & table. Campfires are allowed until regulations forbid campfires of fire danger, you can bring your own propane fire pit when fire season is in affect and no campfires are allowed. Inside the tent, 2 large washable Tumble rugs, 2 large oversized cots, 3 handmade night stands. Led rechargeable lantern. Portable battery bank to charge electronic devices You will have to bring your own bedding and camp mattress. Outdoor covered cooking station, includes 2 stoves, misc supplies, water jugs with electric faucet, cooking gas canisters, butcher block cutting table, 2 dry sinks, dish rack, 2 percolator coffee pots, 3 large citronella candles, small trash bags, trash cans, dog waste bags, dog waste bin. I probably missed something, but that about sums it up. Proceed to gate for Shelter access, open the gate, close gate behind you, proceed following the signage with arrows until you reach Big Maple Campsite and enjoy your stay.
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Cray Cray Farm

1 site · RV7 acres · Bend, OR
Our farm is a 7 acre farm just outside city limits in Bend, Oregon. We raise chickens and goats year round, with other animals during the summer. We have a canal on three sides of our property, so you can hear running water as if you were camping on the river. There is a beautiful view of the mountains from your spot and you are less than 15 minutes away from Downtown Bend. There are so many amazing things to do in Central Oregon that are less an hour away including hiking, mountain biking, floating the river, and much more.
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Wild River Sanctuary

2 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Crescent, OR
Established in 1963. The Vann family cabin was built by the Vann family. Third generation energy is steering this new endeavor. Soon to come will be a creek side treehouse and cabin will be available by next summer. Learn more about this land: Two tent sites available on the creek. The sites are situated on a one acre river frontage property under the pine trees. Important to note that the two sites are located about 30-40 feet apart. Each site has a private dock and fire pit. You are just minutes from the lakes and a great fire lookout hike. Mountain bike from your tent to endless trails. Enjoy the creek that is just feet away from the sites where you can indulge in a variety of activities including; swimming, floating, fishing, and sunbathing. We have great neighbors who have vacation homes nearby.  Dorothy lane is between Earl Lane and Pine Creek Loop. Firewood no longer for sale.
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Ponderosa Pine Sanctuary

3 sites · RVs1 acre · Deschutes River Woods, OR
1 acre shaded by 30 mature ponderosa pine trees. This is a magical, rustic property on a paved road that is incredibly quiet. See the deer and birds go by on their migratory path. Hang out on the hammock and hydrate with the tastiest artesian well water you'll ever drink.
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Moon Shadow Meadows

54 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Westfir, OR
Nestled atop a hill, our secluded 40-acre property at 2200 feet offers a unique retreat. Once arriving at Moon Shadow Meadows located at the doorstep of Cascade Mountains, you will enjoy expansive views of Diamond Peak, Devil’s Backbone, Dead Mt., Buckhead Mt. Tire Mt. and Alpine Trail ‘1000 over the Pristine North Fork Middle Fork of the Willamette river, fed by Waldo Lake with multiple world class swimming holes, Fly Fishing, Kayaking and the beautiful Office Covered Bridge. Our area boasts some of the best Mt. Biking trails in the world, built on the backbone of our logging history.. A serene remote experience in nature and at the foothills of the cascade Mountains, an outdoor enthusiast dream location without all the crowds and traffic of big resort towns. Bring your toys and come play with us….. **Once you get to the bottom of our driveway we are accessible through two gates and a scenic 2-mile drive up our gravel winding road--*Please note that Uphill traffic has the Right of Way when traveling up our driveway. You will traverse a 450-acre ranch teeming with wildlife and a few cows, providing excellent opportunities for observation. Well-behaved pets are welcome. Enjoy a breathtaking views of Diamond Peak along the way. For outdoor enthusiasts, Moon Shadow Meadows boasts a 1.5-mile mountain bike trail suitable for hiking, running, and wildlife viewing. We are Located just outside Westfir/Oakridge, Oregon, we offer proximity to fantastic Mountain Biking and recreational opportunities. Two charming towns, are a mere 5 miles away, featuring a great pub (The three-legged Crane in Up Town Oakridge), The Willamette Mercantile (Great Bike Shop on HWY58), 2 fantastic and knowledgeable mountain bike shuttle companies, (Cog Wild & Trans Cascadia Excursions) No WIFI onsite nearest is covered bridge area, down the road. Spotty cell coverage is experienced while on site.
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Crescent RV Park

10 sites · Tents10 acres · Crescent, OR
Located in Crescent, Oregon, Crescent RV Park features full hookup RV sites and tent sites open year-round. The park has free wifi, coin-op laundry, and secure restrooms with hot showers. It's just down the street from Ken's Sporting Goods and Liquor Store, a gas station, a convenience store, storage units, restaurants, and a US Forest Service Station.  You can enjoy nearby activities, like hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, fishing, swimming, skiing, and especially snowmobiling during the winter. Cresent RV Park is just a short drive from Crater Lake, Mt. Bachelor, Willamette Pass Ski Area, and Crescent Lake, that last of which features over 100 miles of snowmobile trails. Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!
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Sunset/Sunrise on Cricketwood Farm

1 site · RV5 acres · Bend, OR
Bend is listed as one of the best towns in the country by residents and visitors; "an outdoor enthusiasts dream with a bit of urban feel." Float pristine rivers and lakes, rock climb or hike Smith Rock State Park or visit the High Desert Museum. Hipcamper's have easy access to mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, horseback riding, rock hounding, paddling, cycling, golfing and dining. We have 1 RV site with potable water, electricity and a picnic table. Pets are allowed. Guests love it here: "I had a wonderful stay. A beautiful and serene place. Easy to drive into Bend, yet away from the city hustle and bustle. Magnificent sunsets, and enjoyable walks through the surrounding countryside seeing and hearing birds and farm animals. Great hosts!"
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Camping near La Pine guide

Overview

Not far from the Central Oregon city of Bend, the small city of La Pine is a good jumping off point for exploring the Oregon High Desert and the Deschutes National Forest. Its proximity to area rivers and reservoirs make it popular with anglers and boaters alike, and its relatively dry climate here makes it a good option for those who want to go camping during the spring or autumn but don’t want to get doused by rain in the process. If you are after a lusher campsite, the wooded expanses of the Deschutes National Forest are just a short drive away.

Where to go

Deschutes National Forest

La Pine offers easy access to the Deschutes National Forest, a 1.8-million acre expanse that's chock-full of rivers, lakes, and mountains. Popular attractions include the Newberry National Volcanic Monument and Mount Bachelor.

Umpqua National Forest

South of La Pine, Umpqua National Forest offers beautiful waterfalls and lots of great hiking and camping opportunities. It's also home to Crater lake, the crown jewel of Oregon’s only national park.

The Deschutes River

Although technically in the desert, La Pine offers quick and easy access to Central Oregon's most popular rivers, including the Little Deschutes River, which runs straight through town. The Deschutes River and Fall River are also nearby, and the Wickiup Reservoir is just a short drive away.

When to go

Summers in La Pine are hot and dry, making the area ideal for camping and outdoor recreation, particularly if you want to spend time at one of the area’s many rivers. Just don’t expect solitude—Oregonians tend to be pretty outdoorsy, and campgrounds often fill up in summer months. Come in the shoulder seasons (April-May or September-October) for warmer temperatures, without the crowds. Because of La Pine’s high desert climate, it’s not uncommon for winter temperatures to drop below freezing.

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