Road 21, Bend OR 97701 – Driving Directions Below
|Double Corral||$14 per Night||Open||6/13/13|
|Quad Corral||$18 per Night||Close||9/30/13|
|Extra Vehicle||$7 per Night|
|Day Use||$5 per Day|
|RV Dump||$10 (nearby Paulina Lake Campground)|
Please – Horse Camps are meant for those with horses, it can be dangerous to have peoples who are unfamiliar with horses camped nearby. Also horse campgrounds are limited and there are plenty of other campgrounds where those without horses can stay so please be courteous.
For reservations click on the red site numbers, which will take you to that sites’ Recreation.gov page, or call 1-877-444-6777
|Site #||Horses||Driveway Dimensions||Max Vehicle Length||Back-In or Pull-Thru||Paved or Gravel||Sunny or Shaded||Located on Water?|
|001||2 horse||30 x 24||30||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|002||2 horse||40 x 14||40||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|003||2 horse||34 x 16||34||Back-In||Paved||Both||N|
|004||2 horse||36 x 16||36||Back-In||Paved||Both||N|
|005||2 horse||36 x 16||36||Back-In||Paved||Both||N|
|006||2 horse||24 x 20||24||Back-In||Paved||Both||N|
|007||2 horse||40 x 16||40||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|008||2 horse||40 x 18||40||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|009||2 horse||24 x 16||24||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|010||4 horse||40 x 38||40||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|011||2 horse||34 x 14||34||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|012||4 horse||30 x 20||30||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|013||2 horse||36 x 28||36||Back-In||Gravel||Both||N|
|014||4 horse||36 x 24||36||Back-In||Paved||Shaded||N|
*Grades are based solely on comparison with the other camp sites in that campground
Sites may be reserved at Recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777
- Firewood for sale
- Flush toilet
- Iron Ranger
- Picnic Tables
- RV Dump
- Vault Toilet
Why Camp Here
Chief Paulina Horse Campground is located in the Newberry Crater area close to the town of Bend, OR. This is the only horse campground in this lava flow area and provides the horse enthusiast a great way to sight see over the whole monument area.
Good to Know
Campers should come prepared since there is NO DRINKING WATER, but there is a water pump for the live stock. There is no cell phone coverage at the campground, but there are a couple of resorts nearby for supplies and restaurants.
There is an RV dump station ($10) near the entry of Paulina Lake Campground.
Be aware there normally is a fee that is charged when you come up to the Newberry Monument area – this fee is separate from your campsite fees.
We may have a host in the campground from about Memorial Weekend to Labor Day Weekend otherwise an attendant will be on site several times each day.
The spurs are large with double or quadruple corrals. The roads are unpaved as are the spurs, which are all back-in but generally ample for most situations.
From Bend travel 24 miles south on Highway 97, or from La Pine travel 5 miles north on Highway 97. From Highway 97, travel about 14 miles east on Road 21 until you reach the entrance to the campground.
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