Close to Bend, but far enough to feel you are really getting away. We came in mid May, risking temperamental spring weather. Yep, it rained all but a few hours. Stopped just long enough to wet our kayaks and get in a few hours of paddling before sunset. There were a lot of mosquitos because of the wet and the temps were chilly. We’ve also been here in the summer, which made us want to come back. The campgrounds are full in the summer season. There is a minimum stay time of two nights. There is fresh water available as well as pit toilets and wash up water dump wells, not to be mistaken as a sanitary dump. There is a boat ramp, with rental boats and a store if you need it. I think we will try it in the fall to avoid crowds and mosquitos next time.
Looked like a good campground, the reviews said cell service and were generally positive. We arrived late, setup camp, and were immediately covered head to toe with gnats. Unbearable. We decided to split and try out ff on another campground we knew. It worked out and we moved. Will never return. Also, theres very limited cell service so the other reviews are not accurate for verizon or tmobile.