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35 RV Parks near La Pine, Oregon
Aug 2019 - $1.00
We stayed two nights, August 15 through August 17, 2019, in campsite I-9, the overnight cost was $0.00 due to our Thousand Trails membership ( our site had electrical and water service). The site was level, only needed 2 inch lift to level left side. The campground is at an elevation of 4150 ft. Access to the campground was right off S. Century Drive , about 3 miles from hwy 97. Our 28 ft travel trailer easily fit with room to spare in our site. Once we enter the campground, the pavement turns to hard packed gravel as we looped around once to find a campsite. Weather was sunny upper 80's, the nights low 40's. This is a very quite campground, there was no noise from main road entering the campground. Activities we enjoyed at the campground to keep busy was frisbee golf, mini-golf, a nice swimming pool and restroom with showers within a few minutes of our site. My wife and I enjoyed the campground, we will stay again next time we are in the area. We stayed two nights as we traveled toward Crater Lake, Oregon. - Jeff Callahan
Jul 2019 - $1.00
Spacious campground. Had 2 pools but only one working. Nice location. No sewer hookups at all. The dirt and dust is a big issue. - john55
Jul 2019 - $66.00
We stayed at Bend-Sunriver Thousand Trails for four consecutive nights. This was a late addition to our trip and this was the only option available because of a local event that brought many people to the area. Thousand Trails campgrounds do not assign sites; they are first come/first serve. Our site, D8, was very large and partially shaded by trees. The site included a barbecue/ fire pit, bench, electric (30 amp) and water only. We had to use our waste tote frequently. The restroom I used was clean and well stocked;I did not use the shower. There was a dump station and trash receptacle near by. Wifi was available at the "Lodge" and I think the "Town Square." They have an onsite store with ice, drinks, RV supplies, etc. and the prices were reasonable. This was by far and away the dustiest campground we have ever visited! There are many subtle speed bumps and 5 mph signs, but many of the patrons disregard them! We would only stay here again if it was the last option. We feel that it was very, very overpriced considering there was no sewer connection, cable/WiFi, and the incessant dust issue! - ScrapMetal
Sep 2016 - $5.00
A little-used campground in an oxbow of the Deschutes River. Sites are dirt, spacious, and almost level. The last 1.5 miles of road is dirt & rough with tree branches sticking out, but you will likely have the place to yourself. Town is only a few air miles away (further by road) so the cellular signal is very strong. The river is beautiful, especially in the morning, and there are fish. Very short drive to the Cascade Lakes area. I shall definitely stay here again. - Old Mountain Man
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Pretty park in the woods. Mostly large sites. The only negative is the electrical is old and they ask you not to run your air conditioner or electrical. I measured the voltage and had a high of 104 volts and a low of 88 volts in the afternoon when some campers were running their ac units. - Windshift
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This is one of few campgrounds on the Cascades Scenic Highway that has electric hookups. Nice shaded campsites, some more shaded and/or secluded than others.
Our site was level with a gravel pad. The rest of the site was natural with a large picnic table. We had deer walking into our site during our two night stay.
Campground has rental row boats and small power boats and has a small camp store.
We will definitely return. - Mountainseeker
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Great place, with generally larger sites. Our site had a partial view of the lake thru the trees. It's nice to find full hookups in the woods and while we could see our neighbors on one side, on the passenger side we only could see the forest. In the evenings we would see deer just casually walking by on their way to/from the lake. The Lodge does not have a website, so to get a reservation you need to call the number listed for the park. We will be back next year.
If you use Satellite for TV, the large trees may be an issue. There are no OTA channels available. - overrun
Sep 2014 - $8.00
Great USFS campground on Lava Lake. More sites available at Little Lava Lake (USFS)close by. Shaded with pine trees, outhouses only...the RV park next door may allow showers ($). Lava lake has a store, fishing, dock, boat rentals. Calm and peaceful as expected. This lake area along Cascades Lakes Hwy near Bend is fantastic. - saturn7
May 2019 - $26.00
Access to this State Park is easy (Don't pay too much attention to the Campground Full sign), roads are asphalted, sites likewise. Electric is 30A only, while both showers and toilets were above standard. Dump facility is just before the exit. We were in the water/electric A-loop, offering large sites, all level, with enough shadow over the day, overseen by a charming and helpful host. All loops are within walking distance from the river. Weak cell phone, no wifi. Excellent hiking trails, most of them easy along the winding Deschutes River. Tall trees, big trees and some wildlife as well. We camped here for three nights and will consider a future repeat presence. - Eisenga
Oct 2018 - $58.00
Amazing trail system, dog area, close to many day excursions, quiet, great hosts - Hil B
Jul 2018 - $29.00
We booked late so we had two different sites for two nights. The first was #64 in the middle loop, wonderful pull-thru site. Some shade, showers/bathrooms were close by. Interior roads were smooth. Our second night was supposed to be in the North loop site 121. The power was limited to 20 amp, which I didn't see when I booked. The site said it had a 55' driveway, but be aware it's on a hill. I could not get my 35' RV on the site. There are trees and other issues that were not clear when we booked. The on duty host was gone and the host from the other loop was not helpful. We gave up and left and ate the site fee. The North loop is very old, small sites, many are not level. This loop is not motorhome friendly, and really is not big rig friendly. - Y-Guy
Sep 2018 - $22.00
Clean RV park, things were in good condition and worked fine, even the wifi. Spaces and turns were tight in a 43' DP motorhome, but we did it! Our site was gravel and pretty level. The park is central to lots of fun things to do, whether one wants to hike, fish, ride, do the ale trail, etc. - Stu-and-Alicia
Aug 2018 - $40.00
Spaces are too tight, can't open our compartment doors due to the neighbor's car parked so close. Have to keep our windows closed because of neighbors smoking - dd2some
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Small park right off 97 HWY. Asphalt drive with rock sites. Sites are fairly level. Easy to get around in with 43' 5th wheel. You do have road noise and trains. Convenient location to several parks including Crater Lake. Sites were very close together. - KSTraveler
Sep 2014 - $12.00
We stayed in Little Fawn campground within the Paulina Lake area. A little down the road from Paulina Lake Campground. A smaller campground with sites right on the water. Boat ramp available. it is beautiful and was quiet this time of year. Easiest to get a site out of season. - saturn7
Aug 2010 - $16.00
Located in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Paulina Lake is the first campground within the caldera. The campground is located on Paulina Lake with a boat ramp available. The sites are located in the woods with ample space for setting up tents or campers. The facilities include flushing toilets and water throughout the campground. The facility does require a $10 fee for entering the National Monument. The site was level and wood was available. The park was beautiful with nice hikes around the Paulina and East Lake, on an Obsidian Lava Flow, and to the top of Paulina Peak. The night we stayed was cold (35 degrees), but the sky was clear and the stars beautiful. There are two small resorts with stores and restaurants in the monument and a small visitor center. - dmaerz
Aug 2015 - $7.00
Typical small NFS campground. Great camp host. Very quiet except for the occasional train. Some pull though sites. Lots of space between sites. We would have been able to get into half of them at 43'. The trees could use trimming. Pit toilets. Good dog walking in the surrounding woods. Nice stream in the meadow next to the camp sites to play in or just enjoy. Drought made sites and roads quite dusty. Good water available, but no threads on spigots to attach a hose so fill up before arriving. - bobcovey
Sep 2011 - $28.00
What everyone else has stated is true -- we really liked this campground. The manager (owner?) was very nice and helpful. There was lots of space between sites and the lawn and trees were beautiful. It was quiet and peaceful. We were parked near the office and I had no problem with the Wi-Fi at all. If we are back in the area I know we will stay there again! We used our own bathroom so didn't use theirs, but looked inside and they were clean and roomy, albeit old. - PortiaN
Sep 2010 - $25.00
There are two sections to the Riverview Trailer Park. The first section is a trailer park which is kept very well. The second section is the RV park. There are mostly long term residents at the campground. The grounds have plenty of grass and it is obvious that the owners take great pride in their establishment. The interior road and sites are gravel. The widths of the sites are a little narrow, but there should not be a problem getting into them. Some sites are more level then others. There is a picnic table at each site but no BBQ stand. All sites have FHU with 30/50 amp electricity. The bathroom and showers were a little dated but very clean. There are two washers and two dryers and are reasonable priced. Wi-Fi is available, but the signal was weak at our site (we did not use it). Verizon air card and cell phone worked well. Cable TV is also available. Your GPS will probably tell you to take Doe Lane from Burgess Road. Doe Lane is a dirt road. A better route would be to continue on Burgess Road to the traffic light. Turn right onto South Huntington road. The RV park will be on your left. We would come back here again if we were in the area. - adsaxs
Aug 2010 - $25.00
We found this little park after checking into another park in town that we considered unacceptable for more than one night. We are happy that the first one was so bad as to force us to look elsewhere, because this one is a jewel. We are almost reluctant to praise it for fear that there will not be room when we return. Nothing fancy, just large, flat, shady sites with good hookups including free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Cash or checks only. - 2005-Fulltimers