LaPine State Park: Big Pine

LaPine State Park is located outside of the town of LaPine in Central Oregon. This park is an excellent location for filming, with multiple parks on the river.

Entrance to the Big Pine area is off the main paved road via a relatively short unpaved road to an expansive parking area.  

Paved paths are good for walking or running shoots, and to access the 500 year old pine and water front park area.

Perfect for recreational shoots, running, walking or any shoots necessary with a wooded area.

Open 8am – 8pm. Permit required.

Path off the main parking area



Path off the main parking area



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Fall Creek (Winter)

This is a perfect year round location for a fly-fishing shoot, branded content (wedding shots on the bridge), camping or recreation shoot.

Located closed to La Pine, Sunriver and Bend, there’s parking for up to 10 vehicles at the entrance to the trail, and additional space within the camping sites for production vehicles.

Images taken mid-January, 1pm. 


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Deschutes River Trail (SW Bend)

The Deschutes River Trail in SW Bend is a beautiful stretch of walking and biking dirt paths with stunning scenery.  Rock formations, winding river, towering ponderosa’s and seating are interspersed throughout the trail.

Limited parking is nearby, but not within the trail. Ideally suited to a small content shoot. 

Location permit required through Bend Park and Rec, and requires at least 21 days advance notice.


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Chimney Rock Campground

Along the Chimney Rock segment of Central Oregon’s Crooked Wild and Scenic River, Chimney Rock campground offers a stunning woodland setting amongst Western Juniper trees and beneath massive Columbia River rock formations. Fly-fishing and hiking on the nearby Chimney Rock trail offer excellent branded content opportunities, particularly for recreational and fly fishing requirements.

There is a reasonable amount of parking for vehicles, production rigs may be more challenged. Camping area would provide multiple areas for crew.  

We highly recommend this area for a fly fishing or recreational shoot.   Permits must be obtained from the BLM, and are required between 30-45 days in advance.

Images taken December 10 (bottom with snow) and November 19 (top, no snow, taken at 4.30pm)



Chimney rock Overview

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Farewell Bend Park

Farewell Bend Park is located in the SW area of Bend.  New homes have been built along some sections of the river and before they reach Farewell Bend itself. The Deschutes River winds its way downstream and has three bridges in the vicinity, in addition to a path out into the river area (images below).

There is plenty of parking within the Old Mill District itself (approval required), and the park covers a large area that includes restrooms, covered seating areas, horse sculptures, bridges, playground and grass.

Permits required from Bend Park and Rec.

Images taken in November.




Farewell Bend Park parking area (permit required).


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