From Bend, OR: Travel 26.8 miles south on Highway 97 to Wickiup Junction, then 10.5 miles west on County Road 43, turn left on the 100 road. There is a sign there for Bull Bend. Follow the 100 road south approximately one mile and turn left at the sign which directs you to Bull Bend. Travel east about 1.5 miles until the road dead ends. Make a left and then in about a quarter mile you will turn right into the campground.
Bull Bend is located along the Deschutes River just below the Wickiup Reservoir Dam.
Bull Bend Campground offers a great location for fishermen. Fishing access is best found along the banks or using a non-motorized boat. Motorized boating is not permitted in the area.
Bull Bend Campground can accommodate RV, trailer or tent-campers; however, electric and water hookups are not available. The campground does not have running water. All sites are equipped with a picnic table and fire pit. Vault toilets are available.
Bull Bend Campground is located on a small peninsula lined by the Deschutes River.
Visitors can explore wilderness areas, rivers, lakes and reservoirs, and hundreds of miles of hiking trails. Newberry National Volcanic Monument offers a glimpse into Central Oregon’s rich geologic history. Travel 25 miles to Lava Lands Visitor Center to explore exhibits at the interpretive center, attend a ranger talk, take in scenic views from the top of Lava Butte and travel one-mile underground through Lava River Cave. Travel 30 miles to Newberry Caldera to visit Paulina and East Lake, Paulina Peak and Paulina Falls. Bull Bend Campground offers easy access to the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway which weaves through multiple high lakes with views of South Sister, Broken Top and Mt. Bachelor.
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