Cascade Meadows RV Resort

Address: 53750 Hwy 97, La Pine, Oregon, 97739, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 53750 Hwy 97, La Pine, is near East Lake.
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Travel Blogs from La Pine


A travel blog entry by agoard on Sep 20, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... is a beautiful setting and and has wonderful facilities - hot springs, enormous pool, waterslides, a village of ten or twelve tee-pees that can be rented, golf course, spa stables, lodge ... . But when we were there it was pretty empty, service was poor, free shuttle service closed, prices high and in reality Donna and Jeff's luxury was more like low Best Western. Picked up RV and on to Crescent, Oregon. In the next three days we experienced the ...

Big Red, LaPine State Park, and our bike ride

A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on May 29, 2014

21 photos

... 500 years.

We walked along the Deschutes River. Our views consisted of the river, the grass growing close to the water, many soaring pines, snow peaked mountains including Mt. Batchelor, and a blue sky with no clouds. Gary saw a doe, and then later all of us saw an eagle. We ate our lunch by the river. How peaceful!

After lunch, we drove ...

We slept in a volcano

A travel blog entry by theheasleys on Aug 17, 2013

4 photos

... up these rocks. There a path but you are walking on this black obsidian rocks and pumice rock the whole way up. Up the road from that is a cinder volcano that spewed out all this lava many eons ago and there you can just walk through trails of lava rock. Doesn't sound very pretty but it was actually quite ...

A day of two halves.

A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 07, 2013

8 photos

... of food reducing the chances of animals starving and thus increasing both the smaller plant eating animals but also the larger carniverous animals which feed off the herbivores.

High Desert Museum also hosts a small number of native animals. Generally these animals have a reason for not being released to the wild, For the bobcat and cougar at the museum this is because of the act of humans. Not because a parent animal has been hunted but because the animal themselves have ...

Mt Bachelor

A travel blog entry by sudduthfamily on Jul 07, 2013

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Happy Birthday Daddy!! Today is Tim's birthday. Poor daddy being so far from us but we promise to celebrate you well when you get here Wednesday! Today Uncle Bart took us to Mt Bachelor for some cool mountain fun! We even rode up the ski lift and saw all the mountains for miles! Truly amazing! Sweet cousin Margaret who is 20months old states on the ride down the ski lift, "roll up the window!" Referring to all the wind blowing in her face... So ...

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