Visited our kids while they were camping in La Pine State Park. If you like to hear the wind in the trees, this is the place for you. Tall pines through out the campground. Fire pits, large sites so your not cramped close together. Handicap sites available. Showers and Bathrooms if you choose not to use those in your rig.... 更多
We took a side trip through La Pine State Park and stumbled upon the "Big Tree(Big Red)." Wow! This very old and large tree was amazing. It had been struck by lightning several times but was still standing. One of the oldest and largest Pine trees in the area. There are also lovely walking trails that provide great views of... 更多
In addition to the camping, this state park has plenty to offer day-use visitors. My teenage daughter and I brought our mountain bikes and rode the Big Pine, Cougar Woods, Deschutes, and McGregor trails on a sunny summer morning. All the trails we were on are family-friendly, and the only hill we had to walk was coming up from the... 更多
This Oregon State Park was about what I would have hoped for -- nice paved sites with hookups, showers, restrooms, firewood, etc. We were there in mid June and it was still freezing at night, so my morning shower was brisk. The water was warm, but not hot, and the showers turn off after 30 to 45 seconds so you... 更多
I haven't camped here but my visits to the day use areas have been wonderful. The huge Ponderosa Pine, which is supposed to be the largest in Oregon, is in a peaceful setting down a short trail and is just yards from the beautiful Deschutes River. The picnic area has a nice beach on the Deschutes River and wasn't crowded... 更多
We snowshoed in La Pine State Park, went to the MacGregor overlook, and stopped at the "flattened cabin". Along the way, we saw some cross country ski tracks too. Many times, in the summer, we have floated the Deschutes River. We put it at the bridge just before the toll booth. I noticed that one campground loop is open all... 更多
We live fairly close to the park so use it often for walks along the river. It is home to Big Red - a 500 year old, 27 foot circumference, ponderosa pine. We haven't camped here but have driven through the campgrounds. They look comfortable and well maintained. La Pine State Park is also at the doorstep to the Cascade... 更多
A good place to spend the night while traveling. Best to make reservations as the spaces fill in the summer time. One of the largest lodge pole pine in Oregon.
We stayed one night camping here. We didn't have a Reservation but seemed to have several sites available. It was ok, very dusty and no garbage cans, bears maybe? Had hook ups but no sewer at our spot. Quiet enough that's for sure but not much to do real close.