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Serene Black Butte Ranch home: Shared pools & more
Entire house · 8 guests · 4 beds · 2 baths

Serene Black Butte Ranch home: Shared pools & moreRejuvenate. Contemplate. Cultivate contentment at this serene home in the heart of gorgeous Black Butte Ranch. This inviting house has a wrap-around deck overlooking forest and nearby access to activities for the whole family. A 10 minute walk to Glaze Meadow provides access to swimming pools, hot tub, sauna, tennis & golf. Over 18 miles of paved trails beckon explorers. Horseback riding, water sports and outdoor adventures await. Dining options available in and around the ranch.

Skyliners Getaway
Entire cabin · 2 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Skyliners GetawayOur tiny log cabin is a cozy getaway, close to hiking, mountain biking, and cross country skiing but only 10 miles from the amenities of Bend Oregon. It is a rustic place, with some modern touches, like a gas range and refrigerator, and a gas fireplace that provides the heat. The bathroom is detached from the cabin - steps from the door. It is fully equipped. Our place is perfect for people who love the outdoors with the comforts of home. Sorry, No Dogs are allowed at this location.

Red Owl's Nest at Eagle Crest
Entire condominium · 4 guests · 2 beds · 2.5 baths

Red Owl's Nest at Eagle CrestThis whimsical and inviting condo is well equipped with full kitchen, cozy gas fireplace, and AC. This home is full of unique and artistic touches from local art to beautifully crafted furniture. The two decks and cozy living room with views of the pond provide plenty of places for you to relax and enjoy your visit here to Central Oregon. Enjoy soaking tub! This peaceful home will feel like your own the moment you walk in the door. It's conveniently located 15 min from Bend, Sisters and Redmond.

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  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. Bend
Hawk Heaven Guest House

Amazing location in Tumalo, 15 minute drive to downtown Bend and equal distance to Sisters, 5 minutes to downtown Tumalo. Spacious guesthouse on 20 private acres with a pond, canal running through and trails to BLM. Beautiful rural setting with view of Mt. Jefferson from patio. Property located along the Scenic Bike Route, and is a short distance from mt. biking and hiking trails. Peaceful and Serene...

$135 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Bend
Vintage Pink Hot Tub✓ Walkable✓

30 day rental $3000/mo. 6/1-9/30 $2600/mo. 10/1-5/31 $120.00 clean fee for 30 days Our 100 year-old lovingly restored 1920 cottage is 3 blocks from First Street River Rapids, 25 minutes to Bachelor & 10 minute walk to Town. The original charm was painstakingly preserved, with original claw foot tub, and with your comfort in mind, modern conveniences like Hot Tub, Gas fireplace, Dishwasher, W/D. Easily accessible, centrally located urban setting on a main street.

$90 per night
  1. Entire house
  2. Bend
Your gateway to Mt Bachelor & all that Bend offers

You're invited to stay at KArt Haus, located in the River Camp development on Bend's west side. Located in the middle of an outdoor recreational heaven: KArt Haus is 20 minutes from Mt. Bachelor's slopes and surrounding trails and just steps to the Deschutes River Trail, an oasis for walking, running and biking. Year-round, you're a short drive from downtown, the Old Mill District, tasty eateries, cafes and brewpubs.

$168 per night
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Bend
Portal to the Cascades

An attached, private guest suite in a unique lovely home. Rural, beautiful, open 5 acres with breathtaking views at the foot of the Three Sisters. On a private dead end road surrounded by thousands of acres of Forest Service and BLM land. Feels like miles from nowhere, yet just 15 minutes to Sisters and 30 minutes to downtown Bend. Very peaceful and quiet. Come and relax, explore the area by bicycle or by foot, watch birds, stargaze, and simply commune with nature. A truly special property.

$95 per night
  1. Entire loft
  2. Bend
Tumalo Cozy/SunShine Studio Loft

Come relax & have a home base for adventure or remote work. Our new, light/bright, private studio w/private entrance/ deck and parking is ready for you! Just 7 min. to Bend and 15 min. to Redmond airport in the relaxed Tumalo area. Full kitchen, WiFi, flatscreen TV w/ ROKU. Full bath & washer dryer. A comfy memory foam loft bed w/premium soft sheets/. Pull-out sofa bed on the main floor-sheets & blankets provided. Wake to lots of natural light & a private deck w/ table &chairs for coffee!

$90 per night
  1. Entire house
  2. Bend
Darling Bungalow-Relaxing Deck-Remote Worker Haven

*New Listing!* Perfectly cozy, with everything you’ll need to enjoy bbqing on the deck, exploring the Deschutes River Trail, taking in a Bend Elks minor league baseball game, spending the day paddle boarding, hitting the slopes, or cooking up a gourmet meal. This charming 2 bedroom/one bath historic bungalow is the perfect basecamp for you Bend Adventure. A well-behaved pet is welcome with additional pet fee.

$110 per night
  1. Dome house
  2. Bend
Dome Sweet Dome ... A Must Experience!

Renovated & stylishly redecorated in 2019, this true-to-name Geodesic Dome sits on a private and peaceful lot. A non-sharing space = a safe space! Best location! Right off Century Dr. & easy access to Phil's Trail system. Easy walk to Deschutes River Trail & quick bike ride to Old Mill or Downtown. Just read our guest comments! It's more than a stay but an experience! Like Us on FB domesweetdome1 Not suitable for pets or children under 6 due to safety concerns. Reduced rates for 3+ nights

$138 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Sisters
Updated Ranch Cabin w/1pm Check-In! WiFi-Sleeps 4

Located in Black Butte Ranch, this recently updated 1970s vintage cabin has all the modern comforts of home. Smart TV, WiFi, Cable, BBQ Grill and cozy fireplace. This 975sq.ft cabin boasts an efficient and comfortable floor plan. Two bedrooms and one bathroom on the main with 3rd bedroom in semi-private loft upstairs. New appliances and necessary cooking staples in the kitchen. We do our best to keep it stocked with common spices, oils and condiments. 1pm Check-In!!

$164 per night
  1. Entire house
  2. Bend
Old Mill Cottage In Deschutes River Woods

A little piece of Bend's history in Deschutes River Woods. This adorable Mill Home was moved and remodeled in 2014. 2 bedroom 1 bath 1040 sq ft home. Kitchen is well equipped for cooking, baking, bbq, or take-out. The back yard paver patio has generous seating, bbq, table and umbrella for enjoying summer evenings. Garage has been converted to a game room with a pool table, ping pong, darts and bar style seating. 40 minute drive to Mt Bachelor ski resort and 10 minutes to downtown Bend.

$100 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Camp Sherman
Camp Sherman Oregon Private Cabin Mt Jefferson

Small Cabin located near Lake Creek Lodge and Fire Station/Community Hall on the main road into Camp Sherman. This cabin is located on 1 acre property with grass and park area that includes, camp fire area, horse shoe pit, tire swings and pond (no swimming). Bike & hike trail adjacent to the store /river Perfect for a getaway, new condition with granite island and counter tops, knotty alder cabinets finishes. Over 300 DVD collection and WiFi throughout cabin. GUESTS MUST CLEAN THE CABIN!!!

$154 per night
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Bend
Sunny Private Cottage near Deschutes River Woods!

This quaint woodsy cottage will be a peaceful and breathtaking escape to nature! Perfectly situated in the forest of Deschutes River Woods and only 5 minutes from Highway 97 - the gateway to central Oregon. - 10 minutes south of charming Downtown Bend - 15 minutes north of the beautiful town of Sunriver - 10 minutes away from the High Desert Museum - 35 minutes from the slopes of Mt. Bachelor - The space is furnished with everything needed for a comfortable stay - Amazon FireStick and high-speed Internet in the home

$79 per night
  1. Entire house
  2. Bend
River Camp at Mt. Bachelor Village

Located in the River Camp development at Mt. Bachelor Village, this beautiful new home is the perfect place to experience all things Bend. Whether you're heading to the heart of downtown, the Old Mill District, or Mt. Bachelor, you'll be at your destination in no time. Mountain biking? Great! There are endless miles of trails out your doorstep if you're on two wheels. Oh, and don't forget the Deschutes River Trail - a true gem and within easy walking distance. Enjoy!!

$264 per night

Welcome to Black Butte Ranch

Many Pacific Northwesterners have fond childhood memories of family getaways to Black Butte Ranch, a central Oregon resort community set in the shadow of an extinct volcano and surrounded by the rugged Deschutes National Forest. Established in 1970 on an old cattle ranch, the sprawling 1,800-acre (728.4-ha) property lays claim to all manner of homes, ranging from cozy and rustic to impressively contemporary.

It’s a favorite all-season vacation spot because you really don’t have to go anywhere to enjoy the pristine outdoors. Its miles of paths are popular with cyclists, who zip between the many recreational facilities: on-site golf courses, tennis and basketball courts, and the sparkling lakeside pool (one of six pools on the property). Paddling, biking, fishing, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing are a few of the many pastimes here. The ranch is also a convenient basecamp for exploring the region’s iconic trails, rivers, waterfalls, and snow-dusted mountains.

How do I get around Black Butte Ranch?

There’s no good way around it: Black Butte Ranch requires a car to get to and easily explore. So load up the bikes, the golf clubs, and the swim gear for a road trip. It takes 45 minutes to drive to the ranch from Bend, the region’s largest town. Plan on about two hours of road time from Eugene and Salem, or three hours from Portland. If you’re coming from out of state, you’re more likely to fly into the Portland International Airport (PDX), though a smaller number of airlines also offer direct flights to the Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) in Redmond, a 30-minute drive away.

When is the best time to book a Black Butte Ranch vacation rental?

Summer is high time for family vacations here. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the parking lots tend to get packed at popular trailheads and natural sites around the region. The pace slows in late spring and early fall, when the crisp air and often sunny skies are perfect for cycling the trails and hitting the golf courses. Holiday trips to the ranch in November and December are a tradition for some families. Hiking boots get swapped out for skis and snowshoes come winter, when the slopes and Nordic ski trails fill up at the nearby Hoodoo Ski Area.

What are the top things to do in Black Butte Ranch?

Black Butte Trail

Climb up an extinct volcano for panoramic views of the evergreen forests and towering mountain peaks of the Cascade Range. The trail starts at the Black Butte Trailhead, maintained by the Deschutes National Forest. It’s a moderate 2-mile climb to the summit, where you’ll find one of the state’s many fire lookout towers (not open for public access). In summer, show up early to catch the sunrise without the crowds.

Suttle Lake Day Use Area

Revisit the days of summer camp getaways at this quaint lakeside hangout, where you can lounge by the clear waters of the 253-acre (102.3-ha) lake. An easy trail rings the lake’s wooded shores. The on-site restaurant and craft cocktail bar make this a scenic dinner destination on summer evenings.

Skylight Cave

For a more off-the-grid day trip into the Deschutes National Forest, drive remote roads to reach one of central Oregon’s most magical spots: an ancient lava tube, where sun filters through naturally formed skylights, an effect that photographers seek out on sunny mornings, when the light beams through the holes and inches across the cave floor. Come prepared with hiking boots, keeping in mind you need to climb down a sturdy metal ladder to enter. The cave is only open from May through September to protect the resident bats.

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