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La Pine State Park, La Pine

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  • We booked a cabin at this state park largely because of it's close proximity to Newberry Volcanic area and Crater Lake. The cabin was clean and comfortable. The area is high desert and is very dry and...  more »
  • La Pine State Park's claim to fame is the supposedly largest Ponderosa pine tree in the world. Yep, it's a big tree at the end of a short gravel road. Nice area by the river. Very bucolic. We went the...  more »
  • We booked one of La Pine's rustic cabins for a quick weekend getaway and ski trip to Mount Bachelor. Overall the place is great for a winter getaway: quiet, in the woods but with nice amenities for wi...  more »
  • Pretty good and plenty of hot water! Really good for camping for short periods of time
  • Grew up nearby! Beautiful area! Love coming back when ever I get the chance! Peaceful and great outdoors place to be!
  • This campground has decent showers and bathrooms, but the sites are pretty tightly packed. We were fortunate to have reserved a spot between two overflow parking lots, which gave us much more space and privacy. However, from biking around the rest of the campground, our site was an anomaly. Also, we had little ones, and with hardly any grass in the area, they were always playing in the dirt and getting covered in dust. Pair that with tent camping, and we felt like we just spent time in a dust bowl. I think with an RV it might be different, but we wouldn't plan on going back with young kids and just tents.
  • Great part of Oregon and very cool park but the rustic cabins SUCK! So small the lighting is crappy and it is just for sleeping no place to sit and chill.
  • Great trails and clean campsites. Loved the river and camp host were very nice. Thankyou Junior Ranger director"Sharon" for making my grandson Sebastian's day. He got his ranger badge! So much fun. Hope to return soon. Happy Trails!