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About La Pine

La Pine is a rural community located in southern Deschutes County near the Newberry Volcanic National Monument and Paulina Peak, home of East Lake and Paulina Lake (where the state record Brown Trout was caught).  A seven square mile portion of La Pine was incorporated in 2007 making it one of Oregon’s newest cities.

The Cascade Lakes region of Central Oregon surrounds La Pine. Tourists are attracted to the region by recreational 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.


Deschutes County History: in the mid-1800s, French-Canadian fur trappers of the old Hudson’s Bay Company joined pioneer settlers and Native Americans in the central Cascade Mountain Range area. The fur trappers gave the name Riviere des Chutes (River of the Rapids) to one of Oregon’s most scenic rivers, the Deschutes River, from which the county of Deschutes took its name. In 1916 Deschutes County was created from a part of Crook County.

Located in the heart of the state, Deschutes County is the outdoor recreation capital of Oregon. With noble, snow-capped peaks dominating the skyline to the west and the wide-open high desert extending to the east, the beauty and uniqueness of Deschutes County captures the awe of locals and visitors alike. From humble beginnings as a logging and timber mill center, Deschutes County, like the region it serves, has grown into a bustling, exciting place where progress and growth are ongoing hallmarks.

During the past 10 years, Deschutes County has experienced the most rapid growth of any county in the state largely due to its invigorating climate and year-round recreation activities. La Pine enjoys a lower cost of property acquisition including commercial and light industrial land, compared to most of Central Oregon. La Pine is the largest geographical community in the state, approximately 35 square miles.


These websites provides excellent statistical information about La Pine:

Real Estate Resources

Bennington Properties

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56842 Venture Ln
Sunriver, Oregon 97707 

(855) 799-2299


Cadwell Realty Group

P. O. Box 3509, Sunriver, OR 97707



Century 21 Cascades Realty

304 NE 3rd St #110
La Pine, OR 97701 

(541) 382-3333


Dennis Haniford’s Cascade Realty

51477 South Hwy 97
La Pine, Oregon 97739 

(541) 536-1731


Gould & Associates Realty

52718 Hwy 97
La Pine, Oregon 97739 



High Lakes Realty and Property Management

16455 Wm Foss Rd
La Pine, Oregon 97739 

(541) 536-0117


Jessica McIntyre, Realtor, EXIT Realty Bend

specializing in sales & marketing, Jessica has multi-faceted expertise that is a great benefit for clients to reach their real estate goals.

805 SW Industrial Way #4, Bend, OR
Bend, Oregon  97702 



Kodiak Commercial Real Estate

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409 NE Greenwood Ste 200, Bend, OR 97701



La Pine Property Management Services

16455 - A William Foss Rd.
La Pine, Oregon 97739 


La Pine Realty

51415 Highway 97
La Pine, OR 97739 



Shantel Root – Century 21 Realtor

2421 South Highway 97
Redmond, OR 97756 

45292-6207 (Cell)
541-548-2131 (Office)


Team Asla- KW Central Oregon,Keller Williams Real Estate

Your La Pine connection for Keller Williams full services

52674 N. Hwy. 97, La Pine, OR 97739



Windermere Central Oregon Real Estate, Bea Leach Hatler, Broker

A Full service real estate company specializing in the needs of South County.

57100 Beaver Drive, Bldg. 25, Ste 110
Sunriver, OR 97707 



At 4235 feet, La Pine has the highest elevation of any community within the Central Oregon region? This advantage makes it a winter wonderland for all types of snow-related recreation. Summers are warm welcoming equal numbers of summer recreational activities. See our Recreation page for more information of the many ways to enjoy “The Outdoors at Your Front Door”.

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