This park is a great base for exploring the area south of Bend. This includes the park itself, which has good hikes and access to the Deschutes River. Nearby highlights are the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, the Cascade Lakes Highway (with access to many great kayaking and canoeing lakes), hikes in the Willamette National Forest (e.g. South Sister) and Fort... 更多
We stayed here for two weeks this summer in the first loop with a large travel trailer not knowing what to expect. Many of the sites have a good amount of room between sites, and some are close together, so I recommend looking at on online map when making site choices. There are sewer hookups at some sites on the... 更多
We went here to get away for the weekend and have stayed at many Oregon State Parks this one however was the worst cabin we have ever stayed in. All of the other cabins and yurts we have stayed in had a futon and bunk beds a table and chairs. This one did not. There was 2 double beds and... 更多
We didn't know what to expect in this park out in the middle of nowhere.We were very surprised at how big it was and very well kept up. Lots of cabins and and the spaces were large.We were on the Deschutes river which was beautiful.
This year we could not secure a spot in the loop we were in previously but this loop was also quiet and clean with good hosts. I believe it was the oldest loop as the rest rooms were not as large and I was surprised that only 2 stalls for each sex could work for that many sites, but it... 更多
We stayed in a deluxe cabin in the south loop, equipped w/full-size refrigerator,, handicap ramp & shower, microwave, tv (no service--for DVD;s only); tables, chairs. It sleeps 5. Internet/cell service in unavailable, so it's a wonderful opportunity to unplug & enjoy the peaceful surroundings. We don't hike or bike, so can't comment on the trails. This made an ideal base... 更多
We were not experience campers so were surprised by the cold night when we camped there during the Labor Day weekend. We should have brought some heaters with us since we were in a site with electricity. Other than that it is a very beautiful place to stay, with river running next to the camp site.
We went to Le Pine State Park. The day use area is under the trees by the water. There is nice picnic tables. There is a campground. There is hiking and equestrian trails. We were there mid week and very few people were in the day use area.
This campground is one of the best. We enjoy the hiking and biking trails. There are even some geocaches here! The North loop of the campground is a little more secluded, which we prefer. The southern campground has cabins and seems a little greener however it's more crowded than even the middle loop. The river here is absolutely breathtaking.
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