Lone Pine Group Campground is a reservable campground that is great for weddings, group outings, family reunions, or company celebrations. Volleyball, horseshoes, swimming in Rock Creek and hiking the 1-mile long, interpretive Sawmill Trail are just some of the recreational opportunities available while staying here. A timber framed pavilion with tables, counter space, sink, water, electric outlets and a large barbecue grill are provided for your convenience. A large group fire ring area is perfect for late night s’mores and storytelling.
Know Before You Go:
- Lone Pine is an 11-site, reservation-only group campground and can be reserved on
www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777. Reservations make be taken up to 1-year in advance so book early as it’s a very popular campground.
- Lone Pine is open mid-May through late-September.
- All campsites, restrooms, water spigots, and the pavilion are wheelchair accessible.
- Pets are allowed in the campground, but must be kept on a 6-foot or shorter leash
Point of Interest:
Lone Pine was built in proximity to the historic Douglas County Lumber Company mill which was in operation from 1941-1956. There are interpretive signs and remnants of the old mill around the area.
Explore Oregon Recreation: Lone Pine Campground
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