Trapper Creek Campground

Deschutes National Forest

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National Forest Development Road 5810 Crescent, OR 97733 541-433-3200 541-383-5300 Official Website

GPS: 43.584, -122.046

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Overview of Trapper Creek Campground

Number of Sites 37

Reservations yes

Open Seasonally May 31 - October 27

Elevation 4,790 ft / 1,459 m

Max Length 40 ft

Tent Camping Yes

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Reviews of Trapper Creek Campground 2 people have reviewed this location.

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Last reported 7/16/2020
16 reviews
“Pretty...but not much else”

Reviewed 9/22/2020

Nightly rate: $18
Days stayed: 2
Site Number: 13
Overall Rating

First impression was the place had lazy camp hosts....who couldn't be bothered with campsite resevered signs. Very confusing as to what sites were reserved and what were open.
It is a pretty spot but not really much to do. There are about 6 sites on the water, the rest well back from it. Sites 13 and 12 are obvious favorites but you cannot fish from those sites shores as it is closed to fishing due to the creek mouth right there.
Fish are not abundant. In two days I saw 2 small fish break the surface. Wind picks up very quickly and makes for BIG waves.Very dangerous for small watercraft.
Many homes on the water there...does not feel or look very wildernessy at all.
You can hear the semi trucks echo loudly and the loud train that is right beside the campground.
No cell service or digital tv stations.

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Ford E-150 Club Wagon
2 reviews
“Deep in the woods on the lake shore”

Reviewed 7/16/2020

Nightly rate: $16
Days stayed: 4
Site Number: 26
Overall Rating

Stayed there at two occasions. The sites are in a heavy wooded area but close to the lake. Lots of fishing/boating activity. Most of the sites are in full shade. Some mosquitoes. Pit toilet, water. A marina, store, and RV park nearby with propane and dump. Several good trails.

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Verizon 4G/LTE

Stephan would stay here again

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