Oregon State Park #12 of 198!
LaPine State park has something fun for everyone. At this park, you can hike, swim, float, fish, cycle, picnic, or camp. It is less populated than many of the other Central Oregon parks, so there is plenty of parking and not many crowds. It is also home of one of the Oregon Heritage trees, called “The Big Tree.” It is the Ponderosa pine with the largest circumference in Oregon!
Are you interested spending a day or weekend in a peaceful, relaxing state park?? Watch the video below for more information about this State Park.
- Beauty = A
- Kid Friendly = A
- Fees = None!
- Facilities = B-
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I’m an adventurous soul who feels most at home surrounded by trails, trees, and water. Hiking is my peace and meditation, and I am so glad to be sharing this with the whole family. In Spring of 2022, our family took a weekend trip to the Oregon Coast and it was just as I remembered it when I was young. Breathtaking beauty, misty rain, and vast greenery. We visited several locations down the central coast that weekend and I craved more. We passed so many State Parks that looked intriguing, but I knew nothing about them, so I bought a book about the Oregon State Parks for future trip planning. When I was reading the book I realized… I want to see then ALL! So the family decided to embark on the adventure of visiting every State Park in Oregon (and hopefully moving on to Washington after).