Fall River Campground is located along Fall River within the Deschutes National Forest west of La Pine.
Campers can enjoy the nearby Fall River Trail which offers frequent views of crystal clear Fall River. This trail can be accessed from one of three Fall River Trailheads. Visitors can also enjoy fishing on Fall River although it is limited to fly fishing only.
Fall River Campground sites tend to be on the smaller side without any RV hookups or services. Campers will need to provide their own water supply. All sites are equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring with grill and the campground has vault toilets available.
Fall River's headwaters bubble from the ground approximately 1/4 mile from the campground. The river meanders through the forest before joining the Deschutes River. Legal-sized brook and rainbow trout are stocked several times a year.
Fall River Trail leaves from this campground and follows the river.
ADA Access: N
Sites are $15/night w/$5 charge for extra vehicles. This camp is a fly fisherman’s dream. Choose from one of the many sites just off the bank of the Fall River, and you’ll find yourself wandering aimlessly along the River looking for trout. The walk from camp to the river was 75 feet. Amazing to hear the sound of the water trickling all night and the silence of a secluded camp. This place tends to fill up towards dark.
Pros: Beautiful Gin-Clear water Great for fly fishing Scenic Fire pits are steel and put off a lot of heat
Cons: Toilets do not flush No running water in sites