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Photo: QUINN MEADOW HORSE CAMP
View on MapQUINN MEADOW HORSE CAMP, Oregon
part ofDeschutes National Forest, US Forest Service
Quinn Meadow Horse Campground is situated in Deschutes National Forest. It is the largest and one of the most popular horse campgrounds in the area, offering...[more]

Camping and Lodging

Has sites with: Max Occupants(12), Pets Allowed(Domestic), Driveway Entry (Back-In; Pull-Through).
EQUESTRIAN NONELECTRIC(26)
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Photo: LITTLE FAWN GROUP CAMP
View on MapLITTLE FAWN GROUP CAMP, Oregon [2.44miles*]
part ofDeschutes National Forest, US Forest Service
Little Fawn Group Camp, located on the south end of Elk Lake, 37 miles southwest of the town of Bend, is surrounded by stunning scenery that sets the stage...[more]

Camping and Lodging

Has sites with: Max Occupants(75), Pets Allowed(Domestic), Driveway Entry (Back-In; Pull-Through), Waterfront.
GROUP STANDARD NONELECTRIC(1) STANDARD NONELECTRIC(7)
View on MapHosmer Lake, Oregon [2.63miles*]
US Forest Service
The lake is a hidden jewel of green and blue surrounded by dark green forest. Thickets of bulrush wands hide the most secretive wildlife and fish. ...[more]

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FISHINGWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapSparks Lake, Oregon [2.75miles*]
US Forest Service
This site will stretch your capability to focus only on wildlife. Approximately 370 acres of lake wetland are surrounded by another 360 acres of meadow...[more]

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BOATINGFISHINGWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapDeschutes NF-Cascade Lakes Area, Oregon [4.52miles*]
US Forest Service

Beautiful high lake country of the Deschutes National Forest

Activities and Amenities:

AUTO TOURINGBIKINGBOATINGCAMPINGFISHINGHIKINGHORSE CAMPINGHORSEBACK RIDINGPICNICKINGRECREATIONAL VEHICLESSWIMMINGWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapCrater Creek Ditch, Oregon [5.57miles*]
US Forest Service
This roadside route starts at Todd Lake and ends at the west terminus of Forest Road 378. You'll pass through (1) shady forests of thick-trunked...[more]

Activities and Amenities:

WILDLIFE VIEWING
Photo: LITTLE LAVA LAKE
View on MapLITTLE LAVA LAKE, Oregon [6.19miles*]
part ofDeschutes National Forest, US Forest Service
Nestled in Deschutes National Forest, Little Lava Lake Campground offers visitors some of the most stunning scenery in central Oregon, as well as easy ...[more]

Camping and Lodging

Has sites with: Max Occupants(30), Pets Allowed(Domestic), Driveway Entry (Back-In; Pull-Through).
GROUP STANDARD NONELECTRIC(1) STANDARD NONELECTRIC(15)
View on Map370/380 Junction Trailhead, Oregon [7.42miles*]
US Forest Service

Access to the Tumalo Trail System, Metolius-Windigo Trail, and Three Sisters Wilderness.

Click here for the Tumalo Trail System Map.

Activities and Amenities:

BIKINGHIKING
View on Map370/4601 Junction Trailhead, Oregon [10.31miles*]
US Forest Service

Access to the Tumalo Trail System, Metolius-Windigo Trail, and Three Sisters Wilderness.

Click here for the Tumalo Trail System map.

Activities and Amenities:

BIKINGHIKINGHORSEBACK RIDING
View on MapPacific Crest National Scenic Trail, Oregon [12.43miles*]
Bureau of Land Management
BLM manages approximately 40 miles of this National Trail. The Siskiyou/Cascades segment of the Trail passes interesting attractions such as Pilot Rock...[more]

Activities and Amenities:

CAMPINGHIKING

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