La Pine State Park, located next to the Upper Deschutes and Fall rivers, is the ideal spot for swimming, boating, picnicking and hiking. It’s 10 miles of trails afford plenty of views for sightseers and wildlife watchers.
The year-round campground is the perfect home base for visiting attractions in the area. It is next door to a landscape of past volcanic activity and Cascade mountain wilderness just waiting to be explored. The natural amphitheater is the perfect place for a family reunion or large gathering.
- 82 full-hookup sites (sewer, electricity, water)
- 47 electrical sites with water
- 5 rustic log cabins
- 5 deluxe log cabins
- Hot showers and flush toilets
- Log cabin meeting hall
- Park Store (seasonal)
- Firewood and ice sales (seasonal)
- RV dump station
- Fenced off-leash area
Call 1-800-551-6949 for up-to-date information or click the above La Pine State Park link.
“Big Tree”, one of the largest Ponderosa Pines in Oregon, and also the largest Ponderosa Pine in the Nation, is located in the park. Once even taller, it has been struck by lightning on numerous occasions and is currently 167.7 feet tall, and has a circumference of 348 inches.