Almost everyone dreams of finding that perfect little cabin tucked away in the deep woods, with the wood-burning fireplace and amazing mountain views. Well, now it’s time to make your dreams a reality. It’s time to come on up to the cabins in Bend Oregon and start living your dream.
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Amenities of These Central Oregon Vacation Cabin Getaways
If you’re thinking that renting a cabin means that your rustic cabin rental will be too austere or tiny, don’t worry. Our cabin rentals in Bend Oregon come in all shapes and sizes, from 1- and 2-bedroom Bend Oregon cabin rentals that are perfect for romantic getaways to larger, more spacious cabins that can accommodate all your friends and family with room left over. And they all have the amenities you’ve come to expect while you’re on vacation like soft linens, free Wi-Fi, and bright interiors. And many of our Central Oregon cabin rentals are pet-friendly too, so you can bring everyone, including your fuzzy family friends, on your dream cabin vacation.
While rustic in appearance and character, our cabins in Bend Oregon are anything but rustic on the interior. Each cabin is outfitted with fully equipped kitchens, indoor fireplaces, warm wood interiors, and large windows so you can enjoy that mountain or river view that you’ve traveled to Bend for. Your cabin’s Wi-Fi means you can keep in touch with current events (if you really want to) or binge-watch your favorite shows while you snuggle up in front of the fire after a long hard day of outdoor fun. Many of our Bend Oregon cabin rentals feature private hot tubs perfect for soothing those aching muscles and gas grills so you can show off your grilling expertise on some locally raised, sustainable steaks for your crew while you take in the gorgeous view. If you’re here during the warmer summer months, you may want to book one of our cabins with a private in-ground pool, perfect for cooling off after a long, dusty day of mountain biking or hiking.
Bend Oregon Cabins in Any Setting
The locations of our cabin rentals in Bend Oregon vary too, from river view or lakefront cabins to cute, cozy cabins that nestle up to the alpine woods or are perched on the snowy mountain slopes. And all of our Central Oregon cabin rentals are close to mountain ski slopes and hiking trails, and to downtown Bend, so you can enjoy both outdoor activities and indoor entertainment easily. Ski enthusiasts will especially appreciate our ski-in/ski-out rentals, just steps from the slopes. Or, rent one of our cabins in a more urban setting, and be minutes or steps away from shopping, dining, and lively nightlife in downtown Bend or the Old Mill District. That way, you can enjoy the Bend Ale Trail without the hassle of a designated driver. Enjoy your brews, then take a slow, easy stroll back to your cozy cabin.
You’ll be able to enjoy all the snow-related activities you love like snowboarding, alpine and Nordic skiing, and more at Mt. Bachelor. If you’re ready for something more extreme than just hurtling downhill on a snowboard, then head on over to Woodward at Mt. Bachelor. With Woodward Mountain Park in the winter for all your favorite action sports, complete with jumps, hips, urban features, and their Volcanic Adventure Zone, to their Woodward WreckTangle (a ninja obstacle challenge) at the Old Mill District, they have all the action you want.
And when there’s not enough snow on the ground for skiing, a hike up the mountain is worth the effort for the amazing views. Make it easy on yourself and take the gondola back down, enjoying a panoramic view of the mountain as you go. And there are plenty of dusty, mountain trails for mountain bikers, with over 500 miles of single-track in the area to explore.
And don’t forget hiking along the Deschutes River to sparkling waterfalls or up mountain slopes for spectacular views, white water rafting or tubing, and some of the best fly fishing spots around. Bungee jumping over the Crooked River Gorge or zip-lining over Crater National Park will get your adrenaline going in no time.
The Newberry National Monument in the Deschutes National Forest has miles of hiking trails winding past cool mountain lakes, lava flows, lava caves, the Newberry crater (still active), cinder cones and vents, and miles of basalt and obsidian flows. A hike to the top of Paulina Peak will bring breathtaking views of the Cascades, Newberry Caldera, and the desert beyond not to mention a beautiful waterfall. And East Lake and Paulina Lake at the top of Newberry Volcano are great for trout fishing.
A visit to one of the local breweries in downtown Bend will set your day right in no time. If you can, try to visit all of the pubs and breweries on the Bend Ale Trail while you’re here.