People come to Maupin for a variety of outdoor recreation, and that means they get the chance to stay over as well. If you’re planning an adventure in Maupin, please check out the following establishments to book your stay.
Located at 616 Mill St. in Maupin, the Deschutes Motel offers clean, quiet and comfortable queen and family units. They have all the amenities for a comfortable stay in their cozy little roadside motel. Plus, they're close to all the fun recreation that Maupin offers.
Imperial River Company
Located at 304 Bakeoven Rd, the Imperial River Company offers twenty five rooms of lodging right on the river. Wake up in a beautiful lodge room right next to the river and start your day of Maupin adventure right at Imperial with some whitewater rafting.
River Run Lodge
Located at 210 Hartman Ave, the River Run Lodge provides five rooms with easy Deschutes access. River Run Lodge offers the charm of a bed & breakfast, the amenities of a vacation rental and the independence of a hotel, all just a short walk from the wild & scenic Deschutes River.
The Oasis Resort
Located at 609 S. Hwy 197, the Oasis Resort has quaint little cabins for your lodging pleasure. Originally used in the early 1900's during the construction of the railroad, each Oasis cabin has a charm all its own that includes history, comfort, and family hospitality.
Maupin City Park
The Maupin City Park is set up for recreation vehicles like trailers and campers and also for tent camping. You can stay overnight or use a day pass if you’re only planning a short visit. Call 541-395-2252 to make sure the park has available space during the peak summer season.
Hunt RV Park
Hunt park is a picturesque park located in Tygh Valley Oregon at the base of Mount Hood. The park is located near world-class fishing and rafting on the Deschutes river. The park has 120 RV hook ups with power, water, high speed internet, and a shared dump station. For tent campers the facility has multiple camping locations and convenient bathrooms and showers.
If you want to camp on the river, you'll most likely be using BLM property. Prineville BLM handles all the camping along the Deschutes River.