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Love this place the owner is very helpful with anything you may need, very clean and all sites are in perfect condition. If you ride ohv’s there is a trailhead connected to the Gilchrist Forest with tons of great riding and a lot of non technical smoother dirt roads for little ones in training. Crescent Lake is just a short drive away with great scenery and fishing. I highly recommend this place.
Stunning view of the mountain backdrop- crystal clear waters-access to a small shop and water activity rentals which is fun. There is a resort , and cabins as well as tent camping which I prefer. The lake itself is “busy”with families and kids during the day but nice clean camping otherwise -some might even call it glamping but it’s worth it for the view and having access to the activities the next morning.
We were able to stay in April for a few nights! We were directly on the water which was amazing!! Our site was ok, they had recently cut down a large shrub? There was a lot of debris, sticks, and stumps that you had to walk through in order to get to our fire pit and picnic table. The restaurant and store were great!! The also offer boat rentals, fishing gear, and anything you accidentally forgot.
We loved our stay! We will pick a different site next time :) but we will be back!
Great small campground along the Deschutes river. Gentle flows in this area make it the perfect spot for floating the river. Very large sites with rock fire rings. Spaces are large with plenty of room for RV, campers, trailers and tents. One toilet facility. Cell and Wi-fi reception is very good. Quick 20 minute drive to Sunriver for supplies. Nice tree coverage and flat tent spots. Sites are spread-out nicely. Fisherman's trail for hiking up and down the Deschutes. Plenty of birds and wildlife in the area. Overall, a very nice relatively secluded campground for a great stay on the Upper Deschutes river about 3 Miles below Wikiup dam.
-RV's back up against the canyon rim and have a beautiful backdrop.
-RV sites are full hook up and come with a picnic table.
-Tent sites surround a nice green space with a covered gazebo patio.
-There's a nice walking trail (Matt's Trail) that takes you around the campground along the canyon edge (level: easy). There's also a BLM trail (Crooked River Trail) you can access from the campground that takes you down to the water (level: moderate to hard).
-There's a well-built overlook patio to sit on and enjoy the view.
-no wood or charcoal fires. Only propane grills.
-Weak wifi. Couldn't even grab it with our extender.
Great stay. Very quiet at night due to it being off the road. Being by the canyon is peaceful and scenic. The Terrebonne area provides a ton of hiking activities. Smith Rock State Park is just down the road.