|Lodging and Camping|
You can't just sleep in your car, so give one of these places a call for a nice comfy bed, or even a campsite.
Deschutes Motel offers clean, quiet and comfortable queen and family units.
Imperial River Company offers twenty five rooms of lodging right on the river.
River Run Lodge providing six rooms with easy Deschutes access.
The Oasis Resort has quaint little cabins for your lodging pleasure.
Bureau of Land Management
District Office in Prineville, 541-416-6700
Maupin Office, 541-395-2778
(Maupin office open May - Oct. 8am-6pm Thur.-Sun.)
Numerous campgrounds along the Deschutes River,
managed by BLM and Oregon State Parks - Fee.
Hunt RV Park
Approx. 10 miles north of Maupin on Hwy 197
(from Tygh Valley follow signs to Hunt Park)
Can accommodate large groups,
Hook-ups and tent sites, disposal station for guests.
US Forest Service
Bear Springs Campground – 21 sites, on Hwy 216 approx. 25 miles west of Maupin
Fee, no reservations
Clear Creek Crossing Campground – 7 sites, on Hwy 216 then Forest Road 2130 approx. 30 miles west of Maupin – Fee; no reservations
Rock Creek Reservoir Campground – 8 miles west of Wamic, Oregon along FR 48
33 sites, non-motorized lake, fishing, day use area, fee, first come and reserve camping;
for reservations call 1-877-444-6777 or www.ReserveUSA.com
Along Forest Road 44— Fee; no reservations
Underhill Site – 2 campsites
Lower Crossing Campground – 3 sites
Eightmile Crossing Campground – 21 sites
Pebbleford Campground – 3 sites
Call Barlow Ranger District 541-467-2291
Open M-F 7:45-4:30
Maupin City Park
RV & Tent Camping and Day Use