Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort
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Your home away from home
Escape to your home away from home at Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort between Bend and Sisters, Oregon. Experience our luxury resort that features camping cabins and fully furnished cottages in addition to RV sites.
Equipped with numerous amenities and outdoor recreation activities, our resort is the perfect destination for families and lovers of the great outdoors.
A five star RV Resort, Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort with a mix of full-service RV Resort sites, camping cabins and fully furnished cottages. While staying with us you can enjoy an abundance of amenities. We have a stocked fishing pond, miniature golf, dog park, pool and spa, meeting and event building, shower and laundry room, playground and basketball court and even a convenience store. After a fun-filled day out on the high desert in Central Oregon, you can look forward to relaxing in this beautifully landscaped Resort.
Bring your family home to our warm and friendly atmosphere, complete with a seasonal garden environment. The Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort is located on Hwy 20 between Bend and Sisters near the Sisters Rodeo Fairgrounds. Central Oregon is renowned as a year-round destination, come enjoy our four seasons; we look forward to your visit.
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Majestic forests, crystal-blue lakes, and steady sunshine are just a part of what makes Big Pines RV Park so very special. Join us at our RV park in Crescent, Oregon for camping at its finest. Our local area has plenty of room for outdoor play with activities like fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, and mountain biking. We accommodate RV’s up to 100 feet. Come see what Central Oregon camping is all about.
Plan your visit today. Big Pines RV Park is conveniently set on Highway 97, just north of the junction with Oregon Highway 58 and 45 minutes south of Bend. The main attractions of our area are Crater Lake National Park, which is 45 miles to the south, and Newberry Volcanic National Monument, which is 35 miles to the north.
But we are always asked what else is there to do in Crescent? From here, it’s easy to make day trips for fly fishing on the Deschutes River or Fall River, riding your ATV or dirt bike in the Gilchrist State Forest or on the new Three Trails System, kayaking at Waldo Lake, or mountain biking through the Deschutes National Forest. With four shining natural lakes nearby, you’ll find plenty of room for fishing, water sports, bird watching, and scenic hikes. And if you have extra time, another great place to visit is the High Desert Museum just south of Bend. And of course you can always simply lounge in your spacious site here in the park and get a little rest.
Good Sam’s has consistently rated Big Pines RV Park in the top 10 of all Central Oregon RV Parks and you’ll see why when you relax in your spacious campsite. We have superb facilities, including full hook-ups with up to 50 amps, free Cable TV and free Wi-Fi access.
Cell Phone Service is very important to you, and we know Big Pines has strong Verizon™ and AT&T™ signals, which means most Net10™, StraightTalk™, and TracPhones™ have great signals as well. Sprint™ and T-Mobile™ are unavailable. We will check with our guests and update other plans as the information becomes available. If your phone plan does not work here, we have our guest phone featuring free long distance calls within the U.S. and Canada available 24hr a day for your convenience.
Big Pines RV Park is a member of the Ride Oregon Ride Bike Friendly Business program. We are committed to welcoming cyclists offering amenities riders may need as they visit Oregon and have officially been recognized by Travel Oregon.
Individual Wood Campfires are no longer allowed at Big Pines RV Park. As an alternative, a new community fire ring is planned. Propane fire pits will be allowed at your site, conditions permitting. This was a difficult decision, but with the addition of 34 new sites we looked at the impact of the additional fire rings in the park. There is the increased risk and liability of starting a wildfire and we have all seen the news about the pain and suffering that wildfire has brought to the Northwest in recent years. Additionally, we need to be concerned about air quality. Much like sound, smoke is not limited to your campsite. We hope you understand this change.
Over the last five years people have flocked to the Central Cascades wilderness areas. Some trails have had visitation levels increase 300 to 500 percent. To keep these wilderness “wild” the United States Forest Service(USFS) has implemented a limited entry permit system. Beginning the Friday before Memorial Day and ending the last Friday in September, overnight permits will be required within the Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Washington and Three Sisters Wilderness. Day-use permits will be required on 19 of the 79 trails in those wildernesses.
Reservations for the permits will open on the first Tuesday in April. You can get permits at www.recreation.gov. When you go to the website search for “Central Cascades Wilderness Permits” and follow the prompts. Make sure you are getting the permit you want before you finalize. Permits can be downloaded onto your smartphone or be printed out. If you need help you can visit any Forest Service office on the Deschutes or Willlamette National Forests.
There are some exceptions to the permit system and a few other important details that you can find at Recreation.gov. The USFS’s goal with the permit system is to make sure you plan ahead and get the permit you want to experience an adventure in the Central Cascades Wildernesses. Remember they are yours to enjoy and yours to protect.
We’re all out there, so Take Care Out There.
Over the last five years people have flocked to the Central Cascades wilderness areas. Some trails have had visitation levels increase 300 to 500 percent. To keep these wilderness “wild” the United States Forest Service(USFS) has implemented a limited entry permit system. Beginning the Friday before Memorial Day and ending the last Friday in September, […]
Cove Palisades Resort and Marina is a full service resort & marina located just 45 minutes north of Bend on the water sports mecca known as “Lake Billy Chinook”.
Cove Palisades Resort and Marina specializes in the rentals of houseboats, ski boats, patio boats, fishing boats, jet skis, kayaks, paddle boats, paddle boards and water toys. Offering moorage, on-site cafe, and a well stocked store. The goal of the friendly staff is to far exceed your expectations and deliver the vacation of a lifetime.
Fed by the Deschutes, Crooked and Metolius Rivers, Lake Billy Chinook is always full in the summer and offers three unique arms and over seventy two miles of shoreline. Cascade Mountain Vistas, basalt spires, soaring bald eagles and the steep canyon walls will awe you.
Plan you next family vacation on a beautiful Cove Palisades houseboat. The kids will thank you and you’ll enjoy years of memories. If you only have one day on the lake with your friends you can rent our large Party Barge.
Call Cove Palisades Resort and Marina today and we will help you put together a package that will fit your budget and please remember to bring your camera to capture the lasting memories and the whole family relaxing and smiling.
Visit our website to reserve your houseboat today at the Cove Palisades Resort & Marina.
Houseboats, Jet Ski’s, SUP, Marine Rentals
A year-round recreational destination situated among towering cliffs that surround Lake Billy Chinook. Come visit The Cove Palisades State Park, there are three day-use areas with boat ramps, swimming areas, and picnic facilities. Full-service marina with moorage, boat rentals, fuel, restaurant and general store. Off U.S. 97, 15 miles SW of Madras on Lake Billy Chinook.
Located in the heart of Central Oregon and encompassing the Deschutes and Crooked River Canyons, The Cove Palisades State Park is a popular year-round destination for camping, watersports, and hiking.
The Cove Palisades State Park offers two campgrounds amidst a scenic high desert canyon reservoir. Deschutes River Campground is open mid-May through mid-September. Crooked River Campground closes mid-December through mid-February. For a refreshing change of pace try our cozy deluxe log cabins, which are open year round and located lakeside at The Cove Marina.
MAKE SURE YOUR SITE MEETS YOUR CAMPING NEEDS
Before reserving, please become familiar with the particulars of your chosen site, including the size of the tent pad area and the type of equipment that you may bring to the park. Site details and tent pad sizes can be viewed online by clicking on the site name.
A Day-Use Parking Permit is required year round at The Cove Palisades. You can also purchase a 12 month pass, a 24 month pass or provide a current camping receipt.
88 electrical sites with water (E loop)
85 full hook-up sites (A and C loops)
91 tent sites with water nearby (B loop)
21 reservable boat moorages
3 group tent sites
3 deluxe cabins (1 pet friendly)
3 day use areas
2-lane RV dump station (E loop)
Marine pump-out station (closed in winter)
Full service marina, general store, and cafe (closed in winter)
Six campsites are accessible to campers with disabilities.
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Year-round recreational destination by Lake Billy Chinook
The blue. You’ll first look at Crater Lake National Park and wonder about the blue. How can a lake be that blue? The short answer is because the deepest lake in the country is filled with 4.6 trillion gallons of some of the purest, clearest water in the world. The longer answer has to do with molecules and other science-stuff. You can learn more about that when you get there – just 90 minutes south of Bend.
Visitors can drive or bicycle around Crater Lake or enjoy one of the many interpretive hikes within the National Park. Pamper yourself with a stay at the rustic Crater Lake lodge. Several campgrounds are also on site, giving you a chance to spread out those views over several days.
And if the views from above aren’t enough, take the one mile hike down to the water’s edge where you can take a dip or fish for trout or salmon.
Deepest lake in the USA, short drive from Bend, Oregon.
The Crook County RV Park spans 5 beautiful acres, offering 81 spaces. Located in Prineville, Oregon, at 1040 S Main Street; just across the road from the Crooked River and Rimrock Park and adjacent to the Crook County Fairgrounds.
Our park features full-service RV sites, restrooms, showers, barbecue area, nine tent sites, two log cabins. Spaces have 50 and/or 30 amp receptacles and pull-through for RVs up to 70 feet long. We have a beautiful laundromat and community room featuring a pool table, kitchenette and lounging area. Pets are always welcome on the grounds when on-leash.
Reservations can be made by calling (541) 447-2599 or online from our website. Patrons may also email us at email@example.com for information, please include your telephone number.
The RV Park is open year-round. Check out time is 1:00 p.m. check-in time is 2:00 p.m. We have an RV dump station that may be used by non-registered guests for a nominal fee.
Featuring sandy beaches, swimming, boating, lakefront cabins and old growth pines, Cultus Lake has long been a summer seasonal favorite for fishing enthusiasts and campers alike. Formed by a glacier, these pristine mountain waters created a wonderful sanctuary for wildlife. In the early 19th Century, Cultus Lake was a highly sought destination for early explorers seeking to expand their trade in the fur trade industry. Today, it is home to rainbow trout, mackinaw and brook trout where patient anglers test their luck on shore or by boat, then trade stories by campfire light. Cultus Lake is on the Cascade Scenic Byway and a short drive from Bend, Sunriver and LaPine, Oregon.
One of two lakes that sit within the Newberry Crater stocked with sockeye salmon (Kokanee) and Atlantic salmon. This is a very popular place to fish and camp near La Pine, known for its proximity to trails through lava rocks and waterfalls. Three forest service campgrounds and a resort offer plenty of places to spend the night, but the sites do fill fast during the peak summer months.
WELCOME TO EAST LAKE RESORT – “The Unique Oregon Experience”
In 1915, East Lake Resort opened its doors on the shores of East Lake in the caldera of Newberry Volcano – the largest volcano in the Cascade Range. Rebuilt in 1942, our current resort is a full service facility 45 miles southeast of Bend, Oregon. Our remoteness gives you the chance to unplug and unwind in the heart of one of Central Oregon’s most scenic regions.
Classic cabins, tent sites, RV sites and watercraft (from paddle boards to pontoons and fishing boats) are available for rent. Randy, our experienced central Oregon fishing expert will be available for guided fishing trips on East Lake throughout the 2020 season. The Blue Duck Grill provides a relaxing atmosphere for a pub style meal. The on-site general store and tackle shop will take care of your last minute camping and fishing needs. The gift shop gives guests an opportunity to shop for a unique gift or clothing item.
The 1050 acre lake, at 6,400 feet altitude, is known as one of the finest lake fisheries in Oregon as featured in BestFishingInAmerica.com. Brown Trout, Kokanee, and Rainbow Trout are available for harvest throughout the season. For an up to date fishing report look to our friends at Fly and Field in Bend.
Before you visit East Lake Resort please remember that the resort is located in the beautiful caldera of the Newberry Volcanic Monument. There is very limited cell services and no access to wifi. Our communication with civilization is limited to a 1940’s landline phone service.
Bruce Bronson has owned the resort since March 2014. Bruce’s longtime business partner, Rob has retired to Arizona, but no worries as he will be making appearances at the resort throughout the season. The 2020 season will be managed by Chris and Anna Bronson. We welcome you to spend a few hours or a few days enjoying the unique Oregon experience.
East lake resort is located off Hwy 97 in Central Oregon, 22 miles south of Bend. Turn east on East Lake – Paulina Lake Road (County Road 21). Drive 18 paved miles to East Lake Resort.
Camping, cabins, fishing on a beautiful lake in the Newberry Caldera
Nestled within the majestic South Sisters Wilderness area, Elk Lake Resort offers outdoor recreational opportunities to guests year round. Summertime is the perfect time at Elk Lake! Paddleboarding, boating, fishing, hiking, fat tire biking or just hanging out in the Historic Lodge full service bar and restaurant amidst magnificent mountains, breathtaking landscapes, and scenic views.
Winter at Elk Lake Resort is filled with crisp sunny days, breathtaking scenery, and tons of fresh powder making it a favorite destination location for snowmobilers, snowshoers, cross country skiers or those coming in via Snowcat for a cabin stay or to enjoy any of our Winter activities.
Our Event sites offer some of the most majestic and pristine lakeside scenery in all of Central Oregon! We are a popular Wedding destination site year round with an Event team that will cater to your every need. Private corporate events, family reunions, large Holiday gatherings….we have you covered!
Amenities available at Elk Lake Resort:
6 Glamping Tents (Summer only)
Full Service Bar and Restaurant
Fat Tire Bike Rental
Wedding Destination/Full Service Event team
Snowcat TransportLocated on the Cascade Lakes Hwy, Elk Lake Resort is an all-season vacation spot. Beautiful mountain views of South Sisters, Broken Top and Mt. Bachelor. The restaurant at Elk Lake Resort continues their commitment to serving only the highest quality sustainable and locally grown foods.
Elk Lake Resort has rentals of kayaks, canoes and paddle boards. What a great way to spend a warm sunny day with the family. During the winter months, you can ski and snowmobile in for a stay or enjoy lunch or dinner. They also provide pick up service near Mount Bachelor for their winter guests. Be sure to put this winter escape on your short list.
Choose a cabin, deluxe home or campsite for your stay at beautiful Elk Lake!
Elk Lake Resort Restaurant continues our commitment to serving only the highest quality sustainable and locally grown foods. Our restaurant menu is constantly being updated, so come join us for some of Central Oregon’s finest home style meals.
Sunday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
At Elk Lake Resort we continue to support our favorite Oregon Craft Brewers and Wine Makers. We serve fresh pints always on tap and a great selection of wines by the glass.
Elk Lake Resort offers numerous rotating choices of the finest handcrafted regional ales including, Boneyard Brewing Company, Cascade Lakes Brewing Company, Deschutes Brewery, Good Life Brewing, Sunriver Brewing, Wild Ride Brewing, Riverbend Brewing, Three Creeks Brewing, Worthy Brewing, and Bucha Buena Kombucha.
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One of Oregon’s most beautiful vacation destination spots
A “fly fishing only” lake popular with canoeists because of it’s shallow, clear visibility providing views of Atlantic salmon and brook trout. It’s become a popular place to really get away from folks and experience a true high-mountain lake with amazing views of Mt. Bachelor, Broken Top and the abundant wildlife.
Home to Oregon’s largest Ponderosa Pine (191-foot Big Tree), La Pine State Park is a beautiful overnight and day-use park. There is a log cabin meeting hall, Fall River Falls, 12 miles of hiking trails and cross-country skiing plus the Big Deschutes River for kayaking, swimming, fishing and canoeing.
Ponderosa Pine forest, camping, recreation year-round
The lake is home to the headwaters of the Deschutes River, which eventually flows north into the Columbia River. Although not deep, the lake is popular spot to fish, kayak and canoe. There’s a campground at the lake and areas for horseback riding as well.
The lake is home to the headwaters of the Deschutes River, which eventually flows north into the Columbia River. Although not deep, the lake is popular spot to fish, kayak and canoe. There’s a campground at the lake and areas for horseback riding as well.
One frequent fisherman on the Metolius River may have summed it up best, calling it “The Last Great Place.”
This tributary of the Deschutes River flows north from it’s natural springs origins near Black Butte and is a fly fishing only, all catch and release river. It might be harder to tell which has it better here, the rainbow, brown and bull trout that thrive in the clear, cold waters or the anglers who call this one of the best places on Earth to cast a fly. Several lodges along the river and nearby fly shops have everything you need to enjoy one of Central Oregon’s jewels.
Under New Ownership! Newberry RV Park – Not far from Crater Lake, Bend, Sunriver, Sisters, and Mt. Bachelor, you’ll find one of the most beautiful camping areas in Oregon.
If you are leaving Bend or heading to Bend, Oregon the Newberry RV Park is a great place to stop for a few days to check out the recreation in the south Deschutes County. You can check out the Paulina Lake area or East Lake and the entire Newberry National Monument area.
A 30 minute drive east of the park, the Newberry National Monument is waiting for you to explore its ancient lave flows, volcanic glass, river, lakes, caves, hot springs, waterfall and forest. A must not miss is a drive up to Paulina Peak to take in the 360 degree views of central Oregon.
Nearby you can explore Sunriver Resort where you can rent bikes and ride the 33 miles of paved trails in Sunriver. Also in the Sunriver Village you will find iceskating in the winter and in summer play miniature golf, bumper cars and rent bikes. Also you can rent skis, snowboards, bikes for your recreation needs. In addition, the shops at the Sunriver Village offer souvenirs and specialty items.
Newberry RV Park offers terrific camping activities nearby, including fishing, boating, hiking, caving, and much more. All sites include 30 and 50 AMP service at each site, water/sewer, Wi-Fi, showers, restrooms, laundry, cable TV and coin laundry. The year-round park features 40 total pull through and back in sites, a dog park, after-hours self-check-in area, and an on-site manager. Online reservations available, www.newberryrv.com.
The Oregon State Park system is one of the most popular in the United States. Every year, we serve an estimated 40 million daytime visitors (5th in the nation), and 2 million campers (8th in the nation). There are 224 state parks, including 55 campgrounds, open on 105,000 acres.
We also manage the Ocean Shore State Recreation Area. Many people reach the ocean shore by parking at a state park, but county and federal parks, businesses and private homes also lead to the ocean shore. No matter how you get there, the ocean shore covers all 362 miles of Oregon’s coast, making it one of the most remarkable public recreation settings in the United States.
Enjoy natural luxury in Oregon’s breathtaking high desert when you book your stay at Panacea at the Canyon, a 40-acre destination spa experience. From May through October we offer the discriminating vacationer one-of-a-kind lodging in custom-made safari tents paired with holistic treatments, organic goodness, activities and premier hospitality. From tranquil vistas to attention to your every need, you’ll find it easy and delightful to relax and rejuvenate in a truly refined manner.
Panacea at the Canyon offers seven splendid nonsmoking Stargazer Luxury Tents with en-suite bathrooms for your comfort, indulgent spa services for the ultimate experience in relaxation and personal well being. Heal your body from the inside in enjoying fresh and delicious Farm-to-Table dining options.
In addition, we offer a diverse array of workshops and activities to choose from such as hot air ballooning, rock climbing, archery, horseshoes, slacklining, yoga and meditation, nature trails, birding, live music and lawn games, stargazing, fireside stories and outdoor movies on the weekends.
Allow us to be your luxury base camp for adventure as you explore nearby Smith Rock State Park or ride the scenic bikeways or horseback trails in Central Oregon. Try your hand at fly-fishing or ride the rapids in whitewater rafting. Enjoy jet ski and pontoon boating at nearby Lake Billy Chinook.
Panacea at the Canyon is a Signal-free Sanctuary. Relinquish all cell phones and computers at check-in. Get ready to disconnect.
Call today to reserve and begin your luxury one-of-a-kind vacation!
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Glamping & Hot Air Balloon Adventure
Paulina Lake is one of the twin crater lakes in the Newberry Caldera and is open year round. It’s located within the caldera of Newberry Volcano, about 25 miles south of Bend.
The caldera is what’s left after more than 500,000 years of volcanic activity. And unlike most lakes, neither Paulina or East lakes get any water from streams – they’re filled strictly with rain, snowmelt and hot springs. Paulina Lake is about 1,500 acres in size and averages 163 feet deep. But at its deepest point, this popular destination plunges to 250 feet deep. Motorized and non motorized boats are allowed here.
Paulina Lake is one of the twin crater lakes in the Newberry Caldera and is open year round. It’s located within the caldera of Newberry Volcano, about 25 miles south of Bend. The caldera is what’s left after more than 500,000 years of volcanic activity. And unlike most lakes, neither Paulina or East lakes get […]
Scenic beauty, camping and water recreation at its finest in the High Desert when you stay at the Prineville Reservoir State Park. Mountain waters flowing out of the Ochoco Mountain Range join to form the Crooked River. The river, confined by its canyon and the Bowman Dam, forms the 15-mile long, 3,000-acre Prineville Reservoir State Park. With two developed campgrounds and numerous primitive camps along its 43-mile shoreline, recreational opportunities are plentiful.
The fishing can be good anytime at Prineville Reservoir State Park. The lake supports rainbow trout, small and largemouth bass, catfish, crappie, and crayfish. The trout fishing experience is year-round, with the biggest fish being caught during the winter months either by boat or from the shore. The bass, catfish and crappie fishing is best between May and October.
Other recreational activities include waterskiing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, hiking, star gazing and wildlife viewing.
There are numerous year round camping opportunities within the state park on the reservoir. In the developed areas there are deluxe cabins with full amenities, full hook up RV sites and tent sites. Flush toilets and hot showers are also available. For those who like to rough it, there are many primitive drive in and boat in campsites around the reservoir as well.
This oasis in the High Desert is waiting for you so come out and enjoy the fun!
Two campsites and two cabins are accessible to campers with disabilities.
As part of the Crooked River Federal Reclamation Project, the Department of the Interior authorized the construction of Bowman Dam between 1958 and 1961. The project’s purpose was to furnish water for irrigation, flood control and fish and wildlife management. Through the Crook County Court, and a lease from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, the land for the park was obtained in 1961. A lease agreement between the Bureau of Reclamation and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department allows the State to manage and maintain the natural resources and recreational uses on the reservoir. Prineville Reservoir State Park
Annual overnight attendance: 34,139
Annual day-use attendance: 548,488
Scenic beauty, camping and water recreation at it’s finest in the High Desert
Travel the Highway West to Shelter Cove Resort & Marina where you can unwind in comfortable accommodations such as lodge and cabin rentals and RV sites. Enjoy Oregon’s majestic beauty with a variety of on-site amenities including a convenient general store, boat mooring at the marina, and more.
Shelter Cove Resort & Marina also allows guests to easily access many of the areas most popular attractions and destinations. Fishing and boating on Odell Lake, cross-country skiing at the Oregon Cascades, and the serene surroundings of Deschutes National Forest and Willamette National Forest are just a few of the points of interest situated just moments away from our resort.
Rest after each adventure and stop by our cafe for some hot chocolate or gourmet burgers!
For those traveling without their own boat, we offer various boat rentals onsite. Stop by our General Store to learn more.
Looking to go home with a large catch? We have partnered with local fishing experts that provide guided tours for our guests at competitive rates.
It’s easy to build a fire with bundles of wood available for purchase on-site.
Gather around a community campfire!
We offer ski rentals for those who wish to ski on-site while staying with us.
A great place to prepare your fresh catch!
Launch your own boat or take one of ours for a spin.
You can purchase a fishing or hunting license in our convenience store.
Our shower facilities add a dash of luxury to the traditional camping experience.
Easily fill up your boat’s tank with our marine gas station.
Propane is available on-site for your cooking and camping needs.
Grab some cash on-site before embarking on an adventure.
Try an intimate stay in our historic log cabin is over 100 years old but has all the modern conveniences of today! As the train engineer’s residence back when our resort was Cascade Summit Train Station, this is great way to soak in the rich history of the area. The cabin features a queen size bed and amenities such as a wood stove and electric heat, full kitchen, and bathroom with shower. A unique camping experience!
If you are looking for a memorable vacation experience in the heart of Oregon, look no further than Shelter Cove!
Use permitted by the Deschutes National Forest. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Vacation Rental Lodge, Cabins and RV Camping
Creekside Campground is a municipal park which offers a total of 67 campsites including 25 full hook-up sites plus a separate “hiker/biker” area. Each site is equipped with a fire pit and a picnic table. The campground has restrooms and showers as well as an automated sewer discharge site. It is situated along Whychus Creek and within walking distance of downtown. A covered footbridge spans the creek and leads to Creekside Park. The campground is open from April to November during which time a camp host is on site. For more information, please call City Hall at (541) 549-6022.
Creekside Campground is located on the southeast side of town, adjacent to Whychus Creek. A footbridge spans across the creek and connects the park to Creekside Campground where the restrooms are located. This park offers picnic tables, a drinking fountain, nice lawn areas and shade trees. This park is available for public events. Please call (541) 323-5220 for more information.
For reservations, please call Julie at the new campground reservation line, at (541) 323-5218.
|Non Hook-up RV Site||$15.00/night|
|Full Hook-up RV Site (30 Amp)||$35.00|
|Full Hook-up RV Site (50 Amp)||$40.00|
|RV Dump Fee||$5.00/dump|
Hiker/Biker area has a bike rack, picnic table, fire pit, water spigot.
Showers are included in the $5.00 pp/per night fee. Maximum stay is 2 nights.
Walking distance to downtown Sisters on Wychus Creek
Located along the National Scenic Byway, known as the Oregon Outback Highway 31 is Summer Lake Hot Springs. One of the most unique, picturesque landscapes in the Pacific Northwest, Lake County, Oregon, Summer Lake Hot Springs is among the few truly unspoiled places on earth. Part of the Great Basin region of the United States, Lake County is home to numerous large alkali lakes. At the south end of Summer Lake, lies ancient artesian hot mineral springs. After a short two-hour drive from Bend, Oregon, you arrive at this magical destination.
Summer Lake Hot Springs is a sacred place for serenity, healing, and renewal. Here stars dance across the sky, while eco-friendly geothermal cabins warm your soul. Couples find time for one another while soaking in the outdoor rock pools and families gather to create lifelong memories.
Summer Lake Hot Springs is a 145-acre resort that features guest houses and cabins, campground with full RV hook up, an indoor pool, natural artesian mineral hot springs, ponds and nature trails. It is located 2 hours south-east of Bend, Oregon.
So much to see and do, you’ll be planning your next Central Oregon vacation before you finish your first. If you pick a favorite season from this outdoor recreation paradise that entices visitors year-round. World-class golf, skiing, cycling, hiking, fishing, rafting, stand up paddling and rock climbing is around every corner. With so many things to do you will need to extend our vacation. A short distance from Summer Lake Hot Springs, you will find Fort Rock Museum and historical homestead, it is worth the visit with local historians to share tales of old.
Exhausted by the activity? Kick back and soak up some sun – more than 300 days of it. This is your guilt-free vacation, because you’ll find something for everyone to do, and love, in Central Oregon.
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Soak In The Hot Spring Rock Pools
A deep basin, alpine lake located 15 miles northwest of Sisters and five miles east of Santiam Pass providing all types of water recreation activities. It’s a deep and clear lake surrounded by a mixed confier forest. Motorized and non motorized boats are allowed here, giving greater access to anglers hoping to nab a kokanee, brown trout or whitefish. There’s plenty of room for fisherman share the pristine 253-acre lake with water skiers and kayakers. Plenty of hiking and horseback trails are available in the area, as are nearly 100 campsites near every shore.
A deep basin, alpine lake located 15 miles northwest of Sisters and five miles east of Santiam Pass providing all types of water recreation activities. It’s a deep and clear lake surrounded by a mixed confier forest. Motorized and non motorized boats are allowed here, giving greater access to anglers hoping to nab a kokanee, brown trout […]
Tentsile located in Bend, Oregon is your go-to place for Tree Tents. Tentsile’s range of Tree Tents combine the versatility of a hammock with the comfort and security of a tent, allowing you and your friends to experience a new way to connect with the natural world and spend time amongst the trees.
Tentsile’s unique designs create a comfortable camp, for all seasons, no what the ground conditions, and provide increased separation from lumps, bumps, water, mud, insects – even snakes and other predators.
Come in to Tentsile to talk with our helpful professionals to help you find the perfect Tree Tent and begin the adventure today!
Rests along the Deschutes River north of Bend
This angler’s paradise is the largest of the Cascade Lakes. The reservoir is more than 11,000 acres and features kokanee and coho salmon, rainbow trout and is known by fisherman as the best place in Oregon to catch brown trout. Motorized and non-motorized boats are allowed at Wickiup, which is also one of the region’s best wildlife viewing sites for nesting and migrating birds.
This angler’s paradise is the largest of the Cascade Lakes. The reservoir is more than 11,000 acres and features kokanee and coho salmon, rainbow trout and is known by fisherman as the best place in Oregon to catch brown trout. Motorized and non-motorized boats are allowed at Wickiup, which is also one of the region’s […]
Nestled along the Metolius River, the Hatchery raises Brown and Rainbow Trout along with Kokanee and Atlantic Salmon. They offer several display pools and a viewing pond for kids of all ages to feed the fish. Interpretive signage is available for self-guided tours or contact the Deschutes National Forest in advance to set up a group tour. The hatchery is surrounded by the Deschutes National Forest. There are abundant camping, hiking and fishing opportunities in the area. And free fishing days happen throughout the year.
Nestled along the Metolius River, the Hatchery raises Brown and Rainbow Trout along with Kokanee and Atlantic Salmon. They offer several display pools and a viewing pond for kids of all ages to feed the fish. Interpretive signage is available for self-guided tours or contact the Deschutes National Forest in advance to set up a […]