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Open Year-round
?
Reservations possible?
Yes
RV Hookups
Yes
Potable water
Yes
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Located on the western edge of LaPine State Park just off of the Deschutes River, this well-maintained campground is one of very few Central Oregon campgrounds that are open year-round.  LaPine State Park Campground is also one of only two public campgrounds in the region with RV hook-ups, the other being Tumalo State Park Campground.

Because it caters to visitors seeking electrical, water, and sewer hook-ups, the campground feels more like an RV park than a rustic and remote campground.  Perhaps it is only in contrast to the rest of LaPine State Park, which is natural and untamed, that the campground seems oddly manicured.  This ‘manicured’ state is appropriate for handling the large numbers of visitors the park receives, however, and it is a testament to the quality and care the campground receives from its hosts and maintenance staff.

LaPine State Park Campground boasts 82 full hook-up RV sites (electrical, water, and sewer), 47 basic RV sites (electrical and water), five regular cabins that accommodate up to six people, and five deluxe cabins that accommodate up to six people and which have their own bathroom and showers.  The campground’s log cabin meeting hall is a unique place to host family events or miscellaneous gatherings.  It accommodates up to 25 people and can be reserved by calling 1.800.452.5687.

Note: LaPine State Park Campground is open year-round.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Spring
Summer
Fall

Parking Pass

Not Required

Pros

Ideal for RV campers. Well-maintained and new facilities. Open year-round.

Cons

Heavily used. Manicured or 'unnatural' feeling.

Pets allowed

Allowed

Managed by

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

Reservation phone number

800.452.5687

Address

Unnamed Road
La Pine, OR 97739
United States

Features

ADA accessible
Flushing toilets
Showers
Boat ramp(s)
Swimming holes
Potable water
Picnic tables
Covered picnic areas
Horseshoes
Amphitheater

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Location

Field Guide + Map

Comments

02/02/2017
Camped here after Labor Day 2016. Access to the Deschutes River for floating and a lot of bike trails. Very scenic and a good base camp for exploring the Bend/La Pine area.
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