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Just outside the cute town of Sisters is a lot of dispersed camping areas on Forest Service land. Take Three Creek Road south to BS (Brooks Scanlan)-Logging Road/FS 4606. FS 4606 is wide graveled road with washboard and potholes, and pretty terrible to drive on in an RV. It is very dusty but…
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Located along the Over the Rivers and Through the Woods Scenic Byway, this is a group campground that needs to be reserved through Recreation.gov or phone 1(877) 444-6777.
8 tent only sites and 2 that fit small RVs less than 24 ft
Open May 14th-Oct…
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County run campground (despite the “State Park” in the name). It has a more natural feel, and each site has a different layout. Beautiful trees, forest-like atmosphere. Quiet and peaceful during the week. Some sites have a lot of privacy, and some are wide open.
Site #10 was almost completely…
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I really recommend this place if you want to just relax. Super quiet and beautiful. NO CELL SERVICE (you don’t need it)
Lucked into this Campground after rolling into Bend in the late afternoon.
The host suggested going down to the local taproom and I'm so glad I did because I wound up running into 4 high school friends there.
Wound up extending my stay for 2 more nights because the campground facilities were…
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Its by far the busiest campground we’ve stayed in on our 3 1/2 week road trip. A little close together but clean. Bathrooms and showers look clean and it’s the best price we’ve had so far. It’s 🥶though. 23* in early October. Thankfully they have electric so our little heater could run all night in…
Beautiful campground with great hiking and beach access. Really clean and well kept.
I liked how close the campground was to Bend as it made it easy to get supplies. You could hear road noise from my site and although I thought one loop was supposed to be reserved for tents only (no RVs) there was an RV with a loud generator next to me.
This is a nice State campground right on Devil’s Lake. It has several sites with full hookups. Unfortunately when it rains, sites in B loop flood which makes camping a muddy mess. Stay with the A loop for trailers or C loop for tents. We enjoyed our visit. The campground has access to the lake for…
Had a great time camping here. Our spot was a little tight side to side, but had plenty of space behind. Trees with nice shade, creek running through the campground. Walk to town to enjoy shops, restaurants and coffee shops. Great biking. Clean bathrooms. If you like the town of Sisters you…
We drove through loops E and F to check them out, looking for a place to stay for the night. All sites look the same, well maintained, kind of boring. Minimal amount of privacy between sites. Kids running around all over the place. We decided to keep moving to find something more interesting and…
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Per Allstays app this campground can fit up to 60 ft rigs. NO! We attempted to drive through with our 26ft Class C and it was tight and awkward. The first section right after the bridge and to the right was all we could get to, straight across the bridge the road heads uphill for more sites which…
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Off hwy 126 follow the road to the campground. Right before the campground is an area to the left that states RV parking. Just past this point you can turn right and head to Koosah Falls or turn left and head into the campground and day use area.
The campground has variety of sites, mostly…
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Picnic tables and fire pits available. Pretty good RV sites. Pretty good tent sites. Somebody even left us some wood. Other wood available in the area. Only one other camper while we were there (4-days).
This is a beautiful campground with nice sites. Well maintained. The composting toilets need a revamp to pit toilets. The toilet facilities are clean and disinfected. The lake is AMAZING!