Due to unseasonably warm conditions, the Deschutes National Forest near Bend, Ore., said Monday (March 20) it will be opening select campgrounds during the week of Bend-La Pine Schools’ spring break, as long as conditions remain favorable.
For the week of March 23-31, several campgrounds across the three Deschutes National Forest ranger districts are slated to open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis, officials said, according to KTVZ.
There will be limited amenities, including no trash service and no water, although bathrooms will be open and maintained. Each campground fee will be reduced due to the lack of services, with some campgrounds discounted to up to 50% off the regular rate.
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