Maupin’s dry, sunny weather makes it an ideal place to truly get away. Relax by the river and gaze at the innumerable stars visible in the crystal-clear night skies with friends and family. We have several campsites ranging from pristine riverside tent sites to RV pads with full hook-ups. While summer is the most popular season to camp in Maupin, we also recommend venturing out during the spring or autumn – the weather here is usually beautiful!
Note: Annual campfire restrictions go into effect June 1 through October 15 on BLM public lands including the Deschutes River. The main goal of the BLM is promoting safety, and the river canyons present a combination of limited access, grassy fuels that dry out quickly, and steep slopes that allow wildfires to spread rapidly. Please follow these closures. The river fire closures prohibit building, igniting, maintaining, attending, using, tending, or being within 20 feet of a campfire, charcoal fire, or any other type of open flame. This closure bans the use of portable propane campfires and wood pellet burning devices. The closure also restricts areas where visitors can smoke to non-public buildings, closed vehicles, in boats on the water or while standing in the water.
Camping In and Around Maupin
Camping Along the Lower Deschutes River – Prineville BLM:
Open year around, there are 18 public land campgrounds maintained by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) located along the Deschutes River access road. These campgrounds are first come, first served (no reservations). All campgrounds are very basic and day/overnight usage fees apply. Campgrounds offer spaces for tent camping and some RV camping. Maximum vehicle length is 28-feet, bumper to bumper. The roads on the lower access road can be a little rough and narrow. The nearest grocery and services are in Maupin.
For additional details contact the Prineville BLM Monday – Friday 8am-4:30pm (541) 416-6700.
Maupin City Park
Operated by the City of Maupin, sits right on the banks of the Lower Deschutes River. It has 25 RV sites with full hook ups, 22 tent sites and 3 group sites. Amenities include, water, restrooms with showers, and wi-fi. Reservations can be made online, by calling (541)395-2252, or by emailing the park supervisor at email@example.com.
The Oasis Riverside Campground
This campground is adjacent to the Lower Deschutes River. The property offers grassy tent and RV spaces. Open the last weekend in June through Labor Day. Advance reservations are strongly encouraged. Call (541)395-2611.
Hunt RV Park
Hunt RV Park is a picturesque park located in Tygh Valley. It features 120 RV hook-ups with power, water, high speed internet, and a shared dump station. For tent campers, the facility has multiple camping sites and convenient bathrooms and showers.
Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort
Open from March 25 through September. Located at the Pine Hollow Reservoir in the city of Wamic. They rent paddle boats for kids, fishing boats for anglers, and kayaks. Many on site amenities including: Picnic tables and fire rings at each site, play area, restrooms with showers, camp store, gas, propane, arcade, RV dump (for overnight campers), ice and firewood, and a dock with moorages. For reservations, contact : Pine Hollow Lakeside RV Resort Phone: (541) 544-2271
Rock Creek Reservoir Campground
Rock Creek Campground sits on the shores of scenic Rock Creek Reservoir in the pine-covered mountains of Mt Hood National Forest and is a popular spot for fishing, boating, SUPing and hiking. A family-friendly campground with many sites right. The campground offers single-family sites for tent and RV camping. Some sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The nearest grocery and services are in Wamic, OR. For reservations, contact: http://www.recreation.gov or call (877)444-6777.
McCubbuns Gulch Campground
Open seasonally and maintained by the US Forest Service, it is a rustic (no water, no hook-ups) campground with 15 shaded sites, many of which are adjacent to a creek. Camping is first come, first served (no reservations). This campground is within the McCubbins Gulch OHV area’s designated trail system.
Bear Springs Campground
Managed by NW Land Management, this campground offers single-family and group sites for tent and RV camping. For water-sport enthusiasts, rafting, kayaking and SUP opportunities abound on the nearby Lower Deschutes River. Nearest grocery and services in Maupin. This campground accepts reservations. Contact: http://www.recreation.gov or call 877-444-6777.