Gull Point Campground

Deschutes National Forest

Central Oregon, Oregon

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Gull Point Campground


  • One of the smaller campsites. One of the vault toilets is in the background.- Gull Point Campground
  • One of two group campsites at Gull Point.- Gull Point Campground
  • Gull Point Campground.- Gull Point Campground
  • A water faucet and dump station at the front of the west loop.- Gull Point Campground
  • Gull Point Campground.- Gull Point Campground
  • Another water faucet and dump station. - Gull Point Campground
  • The view near the smaller of the two boat launches, which is within the campground itself.- Gull Point Campground
  • The view at the larger, east boat ramp. Behind Wickiup Reservoir are, from left to right, Gilchrist Butte (5,528 ft) and Davis Mountain (6,630 ft).- Gull Point Campground
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Relatively spacious campsites. Easy access to Wickiup Reservoir. Close to Twin Lakes.
Central Oregon, OR
Managed by: 
Hoodoo Recreation
Pets allowed: 
Parking Pass: 
NW Forest Pass
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
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Campground Description

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Gull Point Campground is by far the largest of the cluster of campgrounds flaking North and South Twin Lake, as well as the northern shore and Deschutes Arm of Wickiup Reservoir. With 79 individual campsites, it is about the size of all of the other four campgrounds off of Twin Lakes Road combined. The sites are fairly spacious at Gull Point, and a handful of sites have picturesque views of Wickiup Reservoir mere steps from their campsite. However, visitors can expect heavy crowds at all of the good lakefront campsites at all times and across the entire campground in general during peak times.

Gull Point offers the same facilities as most other campgrounds in the Cascade Lakes region - a long driveway, with a picnic table and a fire pit, and no RV hookups. However, Gull Point is unique in that it offers an RV dump station near the entrance to the campground as well as two quality boat ramps. The west boat ramp is in the campground itself with limited parking, while the east one is a dual boat ramp with one of the largest boat trailer parking areas of any of the lakes in the region, which is better for those visiting for the day.

Gull Point Campground has a very long season compared to other campgrounds in the region, being open by mid-April and remaining open well into October. About half of the sites (specifically the entire west loop, and the two group sites) can be reserved online, and half (the east loop) are first-come, first-served. The east loop tends to be the more crowded of the two due to closer proximity to Wickiup Reservoir, with the sites directly on Wickiup filling up very quickly. 

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