Redmond / Central Oregon Koa

Culver, Oregon

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Set in the high desert of central Oregon, this award-winning KOA enjoys a prime location in the state's recreational wonderland with spectacular views of the Cascade Range, including Mt. Jefferson and Mt. Hood. Lake Billy Chinook - where the Deschutes, Crooked and Metolius rivers converge - and Haystack Reservoir lie less than 15 minutes away and offer every kind of water sport. Hikers, rock climbers and rock hounds are in heaven among national grasslands, national forests and Smith Rock State Park. At KOA, enjoy a heated outdoor pool, weekend ice cream socials, pancake breakfasts, banana-bike and pedal-kart rentals, and a "pebble puppy" area for kids. Check out the off-leash pet playground. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 100 feet. Your hosts: Howard & Beth Rogers.

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Adventures Nearby

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