Address: 64120 OB Riley Rd, Bend, Oregon 97701
GPS: 44.128935, -121.331195
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Local Directions: Directions to Tumalo State Park From the west: Follow Hwy 20 east of Sisters approx. 15 miles. Watch for hwy signs at Tumalo Junction. Turn right onto OB Riley Rd. and continue 1 mile to park. The campground will be on your left. From the north: Follow Hwy 97 south of Redmond, approx. 10 miles. Watch for hwy signs at Deschutes Mkt. Tumalo Rd. exit. Turn right on Tumalo Rd and continue 4 miles into Tumalo. Turn left onto Cline Falls Hwy and follow signs to Hwy 20; cross Hwy 20 and continue 1 mile to park on OB Riley Rd. The campground will be on your left.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-541-382-3586
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-551-6949
Website: http://www.oregonstateparks.or...
Email: park.info@state.or.us

All year

23 RV Sites, 77 Tent Sites, 2 Group Sites, 23 Full Hookup, 54 No Hookup, 23 30 Amps

7 Tent Rentals / Tipis / Yurts

Daily Rates: $16.00 - $54.00
Payment Methods: MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers

Biking, Boat Ramp, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking, Playground, Swimming

All Ages, Pets Welcome

Max RV Length 54 ft
Group tent only

Group tent sites can accommodate up to 25 people at $54-$76/night.
Total Sites77
RV Sites23
Tent Sites77
Group Sites2
Max RV Length54 ft
Full Hookup (23)No Hookup (54)
Rental Units
Total Rental Units7
Tent Rentals / Tipis / Yurts7
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Facilities and Services
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Flush Toilets  
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Hot Showers  
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Average Rating
3.5 star rating
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3 star rating
Convenient location is best highlight
July 28, 2013
This was sort of a different camping trip for us, not really an “outdoorsy” one, as we really just wanted to be in Bend, shopping, eating and sightseeing. So I can't really speak to any outdoor activities at the park. It was bloody hot the weekend we stayed, so perhaps I was a little more “gripe-y” than usual. Sites are small (especially on the inside of the loop) and many are on raised, gravelly, cement pads. Irritating was the ground near our site. It was just sandy gravel, horrible to walk through to the bathroom, not at all like walking on a well-trodden forest path. I guess that’s the high desert? Bathrooms ok. Love the IDEA of solar showers, but they were actually cold, take forever to get even tepid, at least in the morning, and impossible to adjust the angle to actually hit your body where you want it to. And there are no toilets AT the shower building? So you have to pee one place and walk to a shower somewhere else. The most annoying thing at Tumalo, however, is the “CAMPGROUND FULL” sign. I honestly don’t know that they ever take it down. I have never seen a ranger in the actual booth. The night we stayed, some poor girl was charging her iPhone in the bathroom, trying to find another campground. She could have stayed in any of 3 sites around us that were supposedly “reserved” but that no one ever came to stay in. SO MAKE RESERVATIONS! Best thing was the chipmunks. They were fun.

We stayed here in a Tent.
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4 star rating
Great little State Park
May 28, 2012
Some of the sites are a bit tight for slideouts but overall a nice little state park. The rangers and camp hosts were very nice. The location near Bend is nice with lots of trails for bikes and hikers. Didn't use the restrooms or showers. Would stay here again.

We stayed here in a 5th Wheel.
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