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The Deschutes National Forest in Central Oregon is one of the most beautiful places you'll ever see. There are dozens of incredible lakes, lava fields, hiking, biking, etc. The views of the Cascade Mountains are some of the best that you'll ever experience. A must...More
Fantastic lake about an hour from Bend. Large and easy to access with two boat ramps. Large campgrounds are available. Sits at over 6,000 feet in elevation ... in the collapsed caldera of an extinct volcano ... and is over 250 feet deep in some...More
Take advantage of this state's wonderful parks and trails! Each one more breathtaking than the next! The Deschutes National Forest has thousands of acres for you to hike and bike. A must do when you are in the Bend area!
Other reviews speak to the large array of activities available or the geology. I would point out the vastness of this forest which runs from the high plains around Bend, into the volcanic mountains to the west. It abuts the Umpqua forest. Together they cover...More
To love central Oregon is to love the Deschutes National Forest.
The areas that is covers and the jewels that it offers is almost like
If you want a great campground this is the place. If you want to hike a trail
Whatever your outdoor activity; hiking, biking, camping, fishing, tubing, kayaking or just relaxing, this NF has an area for you to pursue your sport. This national forest is located on the eastern flank of the Cascades bordered by the Willamette, Umpqua and Fremont National Forests....More
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The trails we followed were at The Head of the Metolius, which is a beautiful area. There is ample parking and a short walk to the trails. There's also a fish hatchery nearby. When we were there last October, there was... More
The trails we followed were at The Head of the Metolius, which is a beautiful area. There is ample parking and a short walk to the trails. There's also a fish hatchery nearby. When we were there last October, there was controlled burning in the forest and trail maintenance, so several of the trails were closed; hopefully, the trails are all open now.