Christmas Valley Oregon Private Campsite -Dry Camping, Close to Christmas Valley Sand Dunes, Crater Lake etc

Christmas Valley Oregon Private Campsite -Dry Camping, Close to Christmas Valley Sand Dunes, Crater Lake etc

Christmas Valley


Lake County’s fastest-growing community, Christmas Valley, located in south-central Oregon is named after the usually dry Christmas Lake (not the holiday). Christmas Valley is located about 110 miles SE of Bend, 40 minutes SE of La Pine, 140 miles northeast of Klamath Falls, and about 100 miles NW of Lakeview Oregon, the county seat of Lake County.

The area serves as a home base for hunters and ATV enthusiasts who come to visit the nearby Christmas Valley Dunes. It is loaded with outdoor recreational opportunities. There are fabulous hiking and biking, as well as thousands of miles of off-road ATV trails. The city has grocery stores, hotels, several restaurants, and a public golf course.

Climate
Christmas Valley has 311 days of sunshine per year! The average mid-summer temperature is in the mid to upper 80’s. The average rainfall is only 12.5 inches and the average snowfall is less than 20 inches.

Surrounding attractions near this campsite

Crack In the Ground.
Fort Rock State Park.
Waterin' Hole Tavern.
Fort Rock Valley Historical Society.
Klamath Basin Equipment. ...
Fort Rock Homestead Village Museum.
Silver Lake Cafe & Bar. ...
Christmas Valley Park and Recreation District.

Crater Lake and Christmas Valley Golf Course


What is Dry Camping?
Dry camping, also known as boondocking, independent parking or wild camping, is the practice of going off the grid in an RV, car, van or truck to camp. There are no bathhouses, electrical hookups, campground stores or piped-in water in dry camping.