Visit Newberry Country

La Pine is your gateway to recreation year round. Tourists are attracted to the region by activities that include hunting, fishing, swimming, sailing, canoeing, water skiing, wind surfing, backpacking, camping, golfing, mountain biking, white water rafting, spelunking, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. The Deschutes National Forest that surrounds the La Pine Area, boasts more than 158 lakes and reservoirs, over 100 campgrounds, and over 240 miles of streams. An 89 mile paved driving tour takes you past spectacular views of many mountain lakes and streams and the cascade mountains.

Set in the heart of Central Oregon, we are the center of “Newberry Country” and the gateway to recreation year round. Our backyard is the Newberry Caldera, the largest volcano in the Cascades. Paulina & East Lakes are at it’s heart. The 25 year Anniversary of the Newberry Monument took place during 2015/2016.

The Deschutes River is one of Oregon’s premier recreation rivers and it starts just West of La Pine at Wickiup Reservoir. It is a challenging river to raft and its smaller cousin, the Little Deschutes River, also starts in the clear cold cascades. It winds its way through many of La Pine’s subdivisions, and there are many “in and out” spots along both rivers for rafters and fishing.

We’ve got it all!

Location

Located in South Deschutes County between Bend, OR. & Klamath Falls, OR. on Hwy. 97, La Pine is your gateway to the outdoors!

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Road Tripping

Newberry Country is a great place to take a road trip. Drive the Oregon Outback and Cascade Lakes Hwy!

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OHV

Bring your off-highway vehicle and explore over 300 miles of OHV trail located in the Oregon Outback!

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Birds

If bird watching is your thing, you’ll love Newberry Country. Enjoy the beauty of native and migratory birds.

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Fishing

Our area is home to some of the most beautiful and pristine mountain lakes in the country. Don’t miss your chance to land the “big one”!

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Bicycling

Central Oregon is established as a cycling destination. We have some of the most beautiful rides in Oregon!

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Hiking

Miles of hiking trails abound all over Newberry Country. You won’t run out of new places to explore!

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Kayaking and Canoeing

With countless mountain lakes, rivers and streams you can canoe and/or kayak to your heart’s content!

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The Great Outdoors

Explore the outdoors of Central Oregon…mountains, lakes, rivers, trees and open space a plenty!

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Camping

There is no limit to the amount of space available for camping. Pitch a tent or bring your RV!

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Hunting

Hunting is a staple recreation activity in our area. Whitetail Deer, Elk and Water Foul right in our back yard!

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Family Friendly

There is no shortage of activities for the whole family. You’ll find something for everyone to enjoy here!

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Nature

There’s nothing quite like sitting by a campfire and gazing at the night sky over the High Desert!

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Motorcycling

With 300 days of sunshine, Central Oregon is an amazing area for motorcycle rides…on-road or off-road!

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The Slopes

We are home to one of the best ski resorts in the Country. Downhill, Cross Country, Snow Boarding – come play in the snow!

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Snowmobiling

Our area offers some of the most unique opportunities for snowmobilling in the Pacific Northwest!

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Horseback Riding

With miles and miles of trails, you can explore the Three Sisters Wilderness Area and see the beauty therein.

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Boating

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Swimming

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Running

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Wildlife

With deer, elk and many other varieties of wild animals, keep your eyes peeled as you explore the area.

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Recreation in Central Oregon is at your doorstep. The wonderful people who live in the area are set up to help you find your fun!

There are 2.5 million acres of forest, seven wilderness areas, six rivers, 157 lakes, 1600 miles of trails. And there is the unique landscape of the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. The Monument’s 7,984 ft. Paulina Peak, prominently looks over the town. Scan the Cascades, from California to Washington and the caldera below, with Paulina and East Lakes. Visit Paulina Falls, the Lava Cast Forest and Lava River Cave, with self-guided tours.

The Little Deschutes River flows by La Pine and the Big Deschutes River. Dozens of high lakes are within a few minutes of downtown La Pine.

There are also great annual events to go see. So what’s your interest? Let us help you find the right place to make your outdoor dreams come true!

What are you waiting for? Schedule your visit to Newberry Country today!