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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

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Chief Paulina Horse Camp

This campground is located near Paulina Lake in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. This is the only horse campground in the caldera and provides the horse enthusiast a great way to sight-see throughout the entire monument area. There are a couple of resorts nearby for camping supplies and restaurants. Find a map of this…

Road 2510 OHV Staging Area

Road 2510 Staging provides parking and camping for access to the:  East Fort Rock OHV Trail System Campsites are located in the trees along with a vault toilet, picnic tables and fire rings. There is a large open area adjacent to the trees that is used for parking to host races and other events. There is a learners loop…

South Lava OHV Staging Area

Provides access to: East Fort Rock OHV Trail system. South Lava OHV Staging area is located on the south end of the East Fort Rock OHV Trail system. This staging area is more remote than the staging areas on the north end of the trail system and provides access to several of the more difficult rated trails in a less populated…

Swamp Wells Horse Camp

Located at Swamp Wells, the horse camp offers access to three northbound trails and one southbound trail.

Todd Lake Day Use Area/Trailhead

Todd Lake is a short walk from the parking area and offers views of Broken Top. This is a popular site for picnicking and fishing during the summer months. There is a small walk-in campground with three sites…

Lava Lake Boating Site

A popular site for fisherman and featuring spectacular views of Mt. Bachelor, this boating site is located within the Lava Lake Campground.  There are docks available at this boating site.

Little Cove Boat-In Campground

Little Cove Boat-In Campground is 100% RESERVATION ONLY. Reservations can be made up to one day in advance of arrival date. Little Cove is one of the three boat-in only campgrounds on the north side of Cultus Lake. If you like to camp in a very rustic setting next to the water then this is the campground for you. There is a composting toilet available at this site. Check out a…

Little Cultus Campground

 Little Cultus Lake has a gentle sloping bottom with opportunities for wading and swimming.  Hiking and mountain biking are other nearby recreation opportunities. There is a boat launch area within this campground. Check out a map of this campground…

Little Cultus Boating Site

Little Cultus Lake is a 175-acre lake nestled in the pines a few miles off the Cascade Lakes Highway. With good fishing for rainbow and brook trout, Little Cultus is a great place to take the family for a quiet weekend of fishing and camping.

Little Fawn Campground

This site is located next to Elk Lake and offers opportunities for hiking on nearby trails. Find a map of this campground here. There is a boat launch adjacent to this campground.

Deschutes NF-Bend/Sunriver/La Pine Area

Snow-capped peaks, rivers, lakes, wildlife, and trails in this high desert area makes for some of the best recreation in Oregon. Skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hiking, biking, boating, and riding are some popular activities in this beautiful place.

Aspen Day Use Area

This site accesses the Deschutes River as well access to the Deschutes River Trail. There is a boat launch at this day use area, picnic tables and a restroom. Motors are prohibited on the Deschutes River from Aspen boat ramp to the north end of Lava Island. Dogs must be on leash at all trailheads throughout the year and on the Deschutes…

Benham Falls East Day Use / Trailhead

This day use area is located in a beautiful stand of old growth ponderosa pines on the edge of a riparian area. There are several picnic tables and access to the Deschutes River Trail which leaves to the south towards Sunriver and north towards Bend.  Dogs must be on leash at all trailheads throughout the year…

Benham Falls West Day Use / Trailhead

This site provides access to the Deschutes River Trail. A trail goes approximately 50 yards down to a viewing platform overlooking scenic Benham Falls. Dogs must be on leash at all trailheads throughout the year and on the Deschutes River Trail from May 15-September 15. Recreation Fee Site: Parking at this site…

Besson Picnic Area

Near Sunriver, this small picnic area is along the Deschutes River.  There is a boat ramp at this location. There is an accessible restroom and picnic tables. Recreation Fee Site: Parking at this site requires a recreation pass. Passes are NOT available at this site, but can be purchased from Forest Service offices or vendors. Please check…

Big Eddy Trailhead

This is a beautiful site to take photos of the Big Eddy rapids! This site provides access to the Deschutes River Trail . The parking lot has a toilet and a picnic table. Dogs must be on leash at all trailheads throughout the year and on the Deschutes River Trail from May 15-September 15. Recreation Fee Site: Parking…

Big Obsidian Flow Trailhead and Interpretive Site

At a mere 1300 years old, the Big Obsidian Flow is the youngest lava flow in Oregon. A one-mile interpretive trail climbs up and onto this impressive lava flow of obsidian (black glass) and pumice, which is located within the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. The…

Big River Campground/Big River Group

Big River Campground is located close to Sunriver, OR.  It is a great place for a summer outing and spending time on the Deschutes River.  A group site, located across the road from the main campground, is reservable.   Boat fishing or drift fishing is the best way to catch fish; motorized boating is not…

Big River Boating Site

This is rustic site with no amenties except great access to fishing!Boat fishing or drift fishing are the best methods for catching brown, rainbow and brook trout or whitefish at this site. There is a campground at this site.

Bull Bend Campground

The access road is gravel/dirt you may want to drive slowly if you are in an RV or trailer, but your short drive off the road will be worthwhile. The campground is located on about 10 acres of land that is almost totally surrounded by the Deschutes River. The sites are large enough for the biggest RV or longest trailer, and this…

Bull Bend Boating Site

The best population of stream-inhabiting German brown trout in the state lives in the Deschutes River below Wickiup Reservoir. Highly accessible and easy to drift, the river changes dramatically below Wickiup Dam to become a slow, meandering, powerful body of water. There is a…

Lava Cast Forest Day Use Interpretive Site

This interpretive site is situated in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. The landscape was formed by various lava flows and includes many tree molds that were created as the lava burned through the wood and cooled into casts. Self-guided interpretive brochures are available at the site to take you through the…

Lava Lands Visitor Center

Lava Lands Visitor Center is the interpretive hub of Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Friendly rangers will help orient you to the Monument using our 3D topographic map. Visit our state of the art interpretive exhibit on area geologic and cultural history, shop in the Discover Your Forest Bookstore, view a variety of films scheduled…

Lava Island Day Use Area

This site offers access to the Deschutes River Trail as well as an area to remove rafts from the Deschutes River.  There is no boat ramp for backing trailers into the river. Travel downstream beyond this take-out point is not recommended due to dangerous rapids.  Dogs must be on leash at all trailheads throughout the…

Lava River Cave Interpretive Site

Lava River Cave, part of the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, offers self-guided exploration of a mile-long lava tube. The cave was one of the first lava tubes to be discovered in Oregon and is the longest one in the state. It takes approximately 1.5 hours to tour the entire cave (~2.2 miles roundtrip). Initial access descends 55 stairs…

 

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