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Tumalo State Park

64120 O B Riley Rd, Bend, OR 97703-9093
+1 541-388-6055
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Great park.

We got a yurt and overall enjoyed our stay. Camp hosts Ann and Jerry were superb, as was Steve when... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Tim H
Eugene, Oregon
via mobile
Lovely park. Trail along the river was closed due to construction

A lovely park - we were really looking forward to our hike along the river but it ended after less... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Boulder, CO
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  • Average12%
  • Poor3%
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64120 O B Riley Rd, Bend, OR 97703-9093
+1 541-388-6055

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We got a yurt and overall enjoyed our stay. Camp hosts Ann and Jerry were superb, as was Steve when he put on a late evening presentation at the amphitheater. The campground is noisy due to the roadway being so close but that's just part...More

Thank Tim H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A lovely park - we were really looking forward to our hike along the river but it ended after less than 1 mile due to construction which blocked it. Bummer.....

Thank elkabelka
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a nice little state park located just a few miles outside of Bend, which is awesome when you've discovered that your batteries are dead and a store is a short drive away. It's pretty close to a lot of fun activities in the...More

Thank LFTucker
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

We went here thinking it was close to the falls but it is about 25 mins from the falls. It is a gorgeous park and worth the visit but don't confuse the two

Thank Jaysuhn12
Reviewed 11 April 2017

I wonderful place to hike, the trails are very easy, little bit rocky at times but very easy. Your also hiking along the river the whole time. I've been here several times with my dogs, an they even loved the hike. In an out of...More

2  Thank Q2653VTsusanf
Reviewed 11 April 2017

I stayed in the yurt at the state park for a couple of days and loved it! The campground host was nice and helpful with getting me settled and the bathroom was clean and well-stocked. One of the showers was broken and the other was...More

Thank Reviewer951
Reviewed 18 March 2017

We rented a yurt for our anniversary this year in the middle of January, so it was pretty cold. The yurts are equipped with heaters so it wasn't too bad, but just know you have to bring your own pillows, blankets, etc. We had an...More

Thank kzb412
Reviewed 8 March 2017

It was full during our stay – highly recommend advanced reservations; very popular for access to Sisters, Redmond, Bend in high desert of Central Oregon. We’ve camped here regularly over several years and never disappointed Most recent stay was 6/13/16 - I'm "late" in posting...More

Thank 1DIDO1
Reviewed 1 March 2017

We were there in the winter and it was absolutely gorgeous. Water fall was spectacular and a fairly easy hike all around. The drive up is a bit messy- bumpy and longer than you think but WELL WORTH IT.

Thank gloriaas19492468
Reviewed 18 February 2017

I haven't camped here but I've been to the park next to the river several times in different seasons and always love it. In the warm weather it's never crowded and in the winter it's serene and beautiful. It's easy to get to without having...More

Thank Bendtraveller2013
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jamii b
Hi, Just wanted to clarify that is is the DESCHUTES RIVER that flows through Tumalo State Park. A couple review mention Tumalo Creek but it actually flows into the Deschutes River a couple miles upstream. The section flowing through Tumalo State Park is the Deschutes River.
9 June 2016|
Response from jrlivesay |
This is true.