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As others have said, this is great if you want to spend time at Smith Rock, especially if the Bivy is closed or full. Campsites are large. For me it was pretty quiet except for the howl of the coyotes in the hills, as the campground wasn't overly full. Toilets' could be better maintained.
It's old. If you aren't a member you are treated as such. We had called multiple times to try and book and they never would answer. Their is no online portal to book. The old man running the facility is not friendly at all. He tried to turn us away because we were not members until he called an…
I love the lower campground. The sage-juniper smell is intoxicating. Sites in the C loop can be dusty, but the views are incredible. Most sites in the B and C loop have multiple hammock-ready trees too!
We came here about a week ago to explore the painted hills (obviously). And this camp spot was perfect! Our first night we were completely alone. Súper se Ulises space that doesn’t seem to be widely known. It seemed that most visitors were just passing through and not staying over night. It’s just…
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Cove Palisades state park is pretty rad, especially if you’ve got a family! There’s a playground, a fenced in dog park, trail heads, showers, and a cute little camp store. If you’re looking for seclusion, this probably isn’t the park for you. But if you can get roll with the communal feel, Cove…
Love this campground close to Bend, Sunriver and LaPine. Bring your bike and fishing pole.
Searching for a spot on Saturday during Memorial Day weekend was probably not the best idea, but we were able to land a decent space in this BLM rec area.
Priest Hole has a few kinds of spots, some at the banks of the John Day River, some in the hills and some in the open. The riverside areas are…
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Warning: gets scorching-hot in high summer!
Great for anyone who loves doing things on the water but be advised, lots of noise from boats when it's busy!
Lovely hiking but limited: there are really only two in total: if you're camping at Deschutes, you can make a lovely 4.5-mile daily…
The campground is clean and has nice bathrooms and showers. Great location. Close to rivers and lakes for fishing, kayaking, rafting. Close enough to Bend. Tumalo has awesome food carts!
Great time over Memorial Day weekend but got there a little later than I would’ve liked and missed out on any natural shade. There are several sites along the John Day, fires only allowed in a metal pit (bring your own).
Took a 24’ RV to campsite #5. Little rough for that rig, cars and trucks no problem. Sites are well spaced, many with excellent access and views of the river a few feet away. Cleanest vault toilets I’ve ever seen. Can barely hear the few cars that do go by. Beautiful, dramatic scenery that…
We stayed here last weekend and really enjoyed our time. We were lucky enough to be in a big group site and had our own bathroom. There was even a kitchen sink outside for cleaning!
The campground is right by the river and just 15 mins from Bend. The location for us was great.
Stayed for two nights midweek and was 1 of 2 campers out there. Most establish sites had trash and liquor bottles in their fire pits, so I can’t speak to what it’s like on the weekend, but I would stay again.
I’m learning the ropes of truck life while working full time, so the proximity to Bend…
These coordinates lead to a neighborhood just east of Bend that is very clearly private property.
A google search for “Wampus Campground” indicates that it is south of Bend, but I have not investigated further.
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