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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
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Rustic Modern Cabin 3 at Bar L Ranch

Cozy rustic modern cabin in Camp Sherman. 30 night minimum booking per Jefferson County law. Perfect for personal or artist/writer retreats. Located at the Bar L Ranch, a private and peaceful 20 acre property in Camp Sherman, Oregon (1 hour NW of Bend). This cabin is one of four cabins located at the Bar L Ranch. Very quiet and serene natural setting surrounded by the Deschutes National Forest and just one mile from the Metolius River. Enjoy hikes, stargazing, serenity, just outside the door.

$32 per night
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Power House at House on Metolius

A hidden gem, set above sparkling springs, the Power House is a small cabin on its own corner of the property. With a queen-sized bed, a cast-iron wood stove, a kitchenette and bathroom, this cabin is perfect for a romantic getaway for two, a writer's retreat or bolthole for avid fishermen.

$221 per night

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Metolius River Resort Cabin 12 - Sleeps 6 - Private cabin at the heart of the Metolius River Resort
$235 per night
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Metolius River Resort Cabin 3
$236 per night
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Metolius River Resort Cabin 10
$297 per night
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Metolius River Resort Cabin 11
$357 per night
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Metolius River Resort Cabin 5
$237 per night
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Tamarack Cabin at House on Metolius
$345 per night
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Metolius River Resort Cabin 2
$217 per night
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Metolius River Resort Cabin 1
$245 per night
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Metolius River Resort Cabin 9
$259 per night
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Eleanor's Cabin at House on Metolius
$580 per night
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Reidun's Cabin at House on Metolius
$818 per night
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Metolius River Resort Cabin 6
$230 per night

Your guide to Camp Sherman

Welcome to Camp Sherman

The moment you pull into Camp Sherman, you feel off the grid. You’ll find only one general store at the heart of this tiny community of cabins and riverfront homes, but it has remained one of central Oregon’s classic summer retreats for more than a century. Wheat farmers built shacks here in the 1890s, hoping to beat summer’s high desert heat on the banks of the dependably chilly Metolius River. Camp Sherman is an especially alluring place for fly fishers, who regard the Metolius as one of the finest fishing rivers in the state. But the woodsy sense of escape lures adventurers of all stripes, who come to hike through the Deschutes National Forest, pedal the remote highways, and spend a few lazy days along the rushing crystal-turquoise waters.


How do I get around Camp Sherman?

To get to Camp Sherman from Oregon’s major cities or the Willamette Valley, you’ll need to budget a couple hours for the eastward drive over the Cascade Range. It’s about two hours of scenic road time from Eugene and Salem, and three hours from Portland, home to the Portland International Airport (PDX), where most air passengers arrive. Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) in Redmond, about a 30-minute drive away, is the nearest airport with commercial service. Once you’re here, you may be only a few miles off the main road, U.S. Highway 20, but Camp Sherman feels like a deep-in-the-forest getaway — cell reception is spotty at best and the only local store is the family-owned mercantile. Conveniently, the town of Sisters is only about 15 miles away when you need to stock up on provisions.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Camp Sherman?

The spring-fed Metolius River stays cool even in the height of summer, the season when this little community reaches its population peak. June to August typically offer spotless skies and endless sun — ideal for afternoons spent at the nearby Suttle Lake or Black Butte Ranch. Early fall cools down and the crowds thin at trailheads for popular hiking spots. Winter sees Camp Sherman enter hibernation mode, though the image of snowy cabins in the forest brings out cross-country skiers and snowshoers, as well as families of tubers and downhill skiers, who hit the slopes of the nearby Hoodoo Ski Area.


What are the top things to do in Camp Sherman?

Head of the Metolius Observation Site

There’s no better introduction to the magic of the Metolius River than to see how the river first comes to life at the base of Black Butte. A short paved trail, marked with interpretive signage, leads you to an observation site (and picnic grounds) overlooking a spot where rushing waters seem to emerge to the surface in full force.

Fly Fishing

The wild and scenic Metolius River has long challenged even the most advanced fly fishers, who wade into the cold waters with hopes of catching the prized native trout. They search for guidance at the historic Camp Sherman Store, which opened here more than a century ago. The proprietors of this full-service fly shop can offer reliable fishing reports and advice on where to try your hand.

Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery

Stop at the Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery to see baby salmon, brook, and trout, which the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife release into the state’s rivers to support conservation efforts. More than 2 million fish are hatched here annually. After checking out the fish, lace up your boots for an iconic Oregon hike: The hatchery is one of several access points to the West Metolius River Trail, a 7.3-mile, out-and-back journey that traces the banks of the river.