Beavertail Campground

Prineville, Oregon 97754

Beavertail Campground

Beavertail Campground Professional Review and Guide

"Primitive. Desolate. Rugged. Wild. Haunting. These are a few of the adjectives that quickly come to mind when you think about the Deschutes River country. Rivière des Chutes (River of the Falls), as it was originally named by French trappers for the Hudson Bay Company, is the hallowed waterway of Central Oregon’s high desert.

Flowing north out of Lava Lake just south of Mount Bachelor, the Deschutes (pronounced “deh-SHOOTS”) travels toward its confluence with the mighty Columbia River under the protective aegis of state and federal legislation. This is Oregon’s second-longest river, and its remarkable transformation from docile beginnings above Wickiup Reservoir to a thundering torrent downstream has prompted the separate designations of Upper Deschutes and Lower Deschutes."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
May 15–September 15
Boat Launch/Ramp, Boating, Fishing
Additional Use
Bureau of Land Management: 541-416-6700,
Local Contacts
Fees per Night
Vault toilets, hand-pumped water in summer, garbage service, boat launch nearby.

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Nov 2018