Below pringle falls is more flatwater scenic floating and fishing. There is one mandatory portage due to a log jam (see rapids section). Several camping options exist in the La Pine State Park.
|Class||I to II-|
|Current Flow||Visual or Unknown|
|Type||Name||Description||Camping?||Water?||Boat Ramp?||Vehicle Access|
|Put-In||Pringle Falls Campground||
See access info here.
|Put-In||La Pine State Park Access||
A small primitive ramp reaches the river on the Southwest side of the state park bridge.
|Take-Out||Big River Access and Campground||
Where century road crosses the Deschutes is the take out for this run. Access is on right right just downstream of the bridge.
|Rapid Name||Description||Scout||Class||Recommended Flow|
A large logjam constriction makes it impossible to float through this section.
Mandatory portage on river left.
|La Pine State Park Camp||
Access river left.
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