Tumalo State Park
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Tumalo State Park offers camping, yurt stays, tepee stays, hiking, fishing, fly fishing, swimming, picnicking, and swimming.
Tumalo State Park offers a quiet, quaint campground where your family can stay in authentic tepees, a cool yurt, or camp in your own tent or RV. The yurts are domed tents with structural support, a plywood floor, lockable wooden door, lights, heating, and beds with mattresses. In addition, the park offers riverside hiking trails, and a group picnic area.
Tumalo State Park offers winter recreation that is just up the road at Mt. Bachelor where skiers and snowboarders can experience some of the best powder in the state. If you are not fond of the lifts, there are miles of groomed Nordic trails and tons of snowy backcountry areas to explore.
At dawn or dusk try casting for rainbow trout as they sip at mayflies and caddis flies. Grab your raft and float with your feet dangling into the cool water during the heat of the summer. Take a hike and explore one of the river trails as they gently wind through canyons created by the untamed river. Watch deer forage for food just as the sun creeps below the rim of the canyon.
Vital stats: The park is open year-round. Day-use requires a small fee or an annual parks pass. The campground provides 22 full hookup sites, 65 tent sites (maximum site 44 feet); 2 tepees, 4 yurts; 2 group tent areas and a hiker/biker camp area. Showers are available.
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