Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway, Deschutes National Forest, Bend, OR 97701 – Driving Directions Below
Single Site $10 per Night
Multi Site $20 per Night
Extra Vehicle $5 per Night
All sites are First Come – First Serve
Why Camp Here
Soda Creek is the first campground that you come to when coming to the Cascade Lake area by going past Mt. Bachelor. It is certainly not the nicest campground, but is popular for those who want to hike into the Sisters Wilderness from the east side or for those going around Broken Top to the Three Creeks area. There is also an interesting wetlands area (Soda Creek) around the campground. The area is mostly sunny and a great spot for those camping with little kids since there are few dangers about. The creek is shallow, the area is wide open, yet there are fun places to play. It is doubtful that you will have many campers around you.
Good to Know
RVs should be careful, the roads are badly rutted, but it is a short trip off the main highway.
10 MPH speed limit is enforced for boating on Sparks Lake.
This is an unhosted site, but the Elk Lake host is nearby from Memorial Day through Labor Day and otherwise an attendant will be visiting the campground two to four times per day.
Google Maps: Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway, Deschutes National Forest, Bend, OR 97701, USA@44.02600000000001,-121.72561000000002
From Bend travel west on the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway for about 24 miles until you reach the entrance to the campground
|Site #||Grade||Driveway Length||Max. Vehicle Length||Back-In or Pull-Thru||Paved or Gravel||Sunny or Shaded||Located on Water|
|1||C||36 x 15||30 ft.||Back-In||Gravel||Sunny||N|
|3||C||25 x 12||20 ft,.||Back-In||Gravel||Sunny||N|
|4||B||30 x 12||28 ft.||Back-In||Gravel||Sunny||N|
|5||B||40 x 15||30 ft.||Back-In||Gravel||Sunny||N|
|6||C||20 x 12||18 ft.||Back-In||Gravel||Sunny||N|
|7 Multi||A||50 x 25||40 ft.||Back-In||Gravel||Sunny||N|