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A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

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One of the easiest ways to see central Oregon is to search for an RV rental in Deschutes County, which is centrally located in the state. There is a lot to see in the center of the state, including Tumalo State Park which is located in the county. This state park has many attractions and was originally founded in 1954 to preserve an area of the Deschutes River. The specific part that it preserves is unusual since the local basalt cliffs extend all the way down to the water within the park.

RV camping at Tumalo State Park is an easy way to see the region, and aside from natural attractions, there are many larger cities nearby waiting for you to explore. Tumalo is very near to the park itself, just north, while Bend is just a few miles to the south. Redmond is also in the area, and all of these cities are a great escape from nature when you need it. Aside from the cities, Deschutes National Forest is also very close by, so when you are craving deep woods hiking that can be your go-to destination.

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Getting Outdoors

Obviously, one of the best reasons to go RV camping at state parks is to enjoy the great outdoors, and your visit to Tumalo State Park is no exception to that rule. This state park is home to many exciting outdoor activities and the most prominent of those being the Deschutes River that runs directly through the park. This river offers a few fun activities, including swimming, fishing, and exploring on tubes and paddle boards. When the summer heat is baking, the river is a relaxing way to float into Bend with your feet in the water while you are on a raft or tube.

There are many trails that follow the river, and many others that go in different directions. All of the trails in Tumalo State Park are worth checking out, especially when you really need to stretch your legs and enjoy nature. Some of the hikes in the park will lead to rocky overlooks, while others meander along the Deschutes River and encourage outdoor lovers to take a slower pace. When you are enjoying Tumalo State Park camping you’ll have just about front door access to a lot of the trails, so be sure to explore them at your leisure.

Another great activity at Tumalo State Park is the subtle art of relaxing. There are plenty of amazing spots tucked away on trails, near the river, and on rocky overlooks that will give you a chance to catch your breath and just take it all in. During sunrises and sunsets, there are many vantage points in the park to watch the transition, while the night sky is often visible from many grassy knolls in the park.

Camping at Tumalo State Park

Renting an RV and camping at this state park is a great way to get more in touch with nature, while at the same time enjoying many of the modern conveniences that state park campsites provide. There are 23 full hookup sites, and all of them include water and both 30 and 50 amp electricity plugs. Each site has access to all of the community amenities, which are shared between RV, tent, and yurt campers alike.

Campers will find facilities that provide both hot showers and flushing toilets, centrally located in the campground so that everyone has easy access. There are also various picnic shelters, grills, and picnic benches located throughout the campground that campers can use when they are available. An onsite store sells firewood and ice during the main camping season, and onsite rangers and staff can answer any questions you have during your stay.

Exploring the Area

Tumalo State Park has plenty of natural attractions to offer to those that visit, but for those looking to get a bit more immersed, the Deschutes National Forest is one of the best destinations in the area. When you camp in an RV near Tumalo State Park, the national forest is only a short drive away, and after that drive, you’ll have access to hundreds of miles of trails for both hikers and bikers. In addition to hiking, the national forest is known to be a great destination for bird watchers to help fill out the Pacific Northwest section of their bird spotting books.

Bend, which is just south of Tumalo State Park, is one of the most convenient cities in the area when you are seeking both food and fuel. Bend is big and has plenty to offer, including an extensive variety of restaurants that range from classic American to authentic French cuisine. While in Bend swing by the Visit Bend building to collect all the information you need on the city, including historical pamphlets, brochures for local businesses, and more. The Bend Tour Company offers tours daily for guests seeking a more hands-on historical lesson.

Camping with an RV near Bend is also a great way to explore some of the highest rated breweries in the Pacific Northwest. Oregon is very well known for their craft beer scene, and Bend is home to some of the bigger names in the industry. After you’ve toured your share of craft breweries, head to the Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint in town to rest and take in a sweeping panoramic view. This viewpoint is breathtaking, and the 360 panoramic view includes city skylines, mountains, national forests, and more.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Tumalo Creek Trail, ORDeschutes National Forest, OR
  • Shevlin Park Loop Trail, ORBend, OR
  • First Street Rapids Park - Deschutes River Trail, ORBend, OR
  • Pilot Butte, ORPilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint, OR
  • First Street Rapids Trail, ORBend, OR
  • Deschutes River South Canyon Trail, ORBend, OR
  • Phil's Trail: Long Loop, ORBend, OR
  • Phil's Trail: Short Loop, ORBend, OR
  • Phil's Trail, #24.5, ORDeschutes National Forest, OR
  • Phil's Jim's and Kent's Trails, ORBend, OR

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