RV Parks in and around Bend
Idleyld Park, OR
Umpqua's Last Resort & Oregon Mountain GuidesUmpqua’s Last Resort, Wilderness Cabins, RV Park & Glamping is nestled along the North Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest. This region of the Oregon Cascade Mountains is commonly referred to as “Oregon’s Emerald-Jewel Gateway” to Crater Lake National Park. Spectacular marble river views, volcanic formations, thundering waters, and towering firs are just the beginning… the North Umpqua River is World Class!Settled in the community of Dry Creek, 27-miles east of Idleyld Park [Idle-wild Park] on the North Umpqua River, Umpqua's Last Resort hosts fifteen 50/30/20amp Full Hook-up RV Sites, Glamping Tents, Camper Cabins, Tiny Home, RV Experiences, heated shower house & restrooms, mountain Wi-Fi, access to the North Umpqua River & Dry Creek.Umpqua’s Last Resort is a privately owned recreational vehicle park & campground located on exclusive private-property deep in the heart of the Umpqua National Forest. As a proud equal opportunity recreation provider we thank you for your interest.
Bend Sisters Garden RV ResortEscape to your home away from home at Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort near 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.
Crescent Lake, OR
Shelter Cove Resort & MarinaAt Shelter Cove Resort & Marina, you’re sure to catch some breathtaking views and release a little stress while you’re at it. Located on the shores of Oregon’s Odell Lake, you’ll have access to outrageously great fishing. So when you head out on the water in the morning, there’s no telling if you’ll reel in a rainbow trout or catch yourself a delectable kokanee. But you’ll almost certainly motor back in with a clearer head and a story to tell. Here, every cabin, cottage, and RV site provides its own collection of lakeside comforts-like a private dock and picnic table or electric hookups and a wood fire pit. And our communal spaces provide something even greater. Shelter Cove attracts anglers from all over the country and hikers from all over the Pacific Crest Trail. So while you’re sharing stories around our communal fire pit or sharing pizza at Hook & Talon, you’re pretty darn likely to find a rather unlikely friendship. A whole lot of our guests return here year after year after year. And once you’ve spent a day or two on these shores, you won’t have any trouble seeing why.
Crater Lake RV ParkOn Crater Lake Highway, the Crater Lake RV Park is the Gateway to Crater Lake National Park, the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway, the Rogue River National Forest, and the largest Off-HWY Vehicle Trail System in the US. Located on 10 forested acres near the upper Rogue river are 57 paved, deep & widely spaced sites designed for the biggest of the Big Rigs all nestled in tall pine, cedar and fir trees.
Peach Beach RV ParkPeach Beach Campground & RV Park is located on the beautiful Columbia River in the Columbia River Gorge in south central Washington. Surrounded by fragrant peach orchards, this privately owned park is known both for its quiet and friendly atmosphere and its exciting range of activities including windsurfing, kiteboarding, boating, swimming, biking and wine-tasting.Stroll down to the grassy beach that leads to a private swimming cove. Right next door is Maryhill State Park, with two boat ramps and dock. Energetic camp hosts keep the grounds clean and tidy. An on-site dump station is available at no cost to park guests. Many of the RV sites are pull through and some back up right to the Columbia River. Tents and groups are welcome. Bring a boat to fish for salmon, steelhead and walleye; bass can be caught casting from the shore. The entrance to Peach Beach RV Park is less than a mile from the entrance to Maryhill State Park.
Wind Mountain RV Resort & LodgeAt the western end of the Gorge, the view from Crown Point is a front-row seat to the mighty Columbia as its unfurls and cuts through the Cascade mountains. From there dozens of awe-inspiring waterfalls spill from basalt cliffs, lining the Historic Columbia River Highway, like the famous Multnomah, Bridal Veil and Latourell falls. The landscape seems to grow bigger, grander and brighter as it rolls east.Bring your sense of adventure because the Gorge is made for exploring. Walk along a waterfront, discover hidden waterfalls, follow the wildflowers at Rowena Crest or challenge yourself with a trek up Dog Mountain. Cycle the roads around The Dalles or in the Post Canyon mountain bike network. And it’s hard to resist water sports on the Columbia, especially when Hood River is known as the windsurfing capital of the world.But the Columbia River Gorge isn’t just spectacular scenery. There’s plenty of hand-crafted beer and farm-fresh dining too. Thanks to its unique geography, the Gorge boasts a world of wine — from pinot noir and chardonnay in the cool western hills, to tempranillo and syrah in the drier, sunnier east.See the Columbia River Gorge for yourself, and then you’ll understand all the hype.
Crystal Crane Hot SpringsCome for the water. Stay for the night. Located in the heart of Harney County, Oregon, Crane Hot Springs offers an unforgettable experience you won't find anywhere else! Whether you're here for a romantic getaway or a family trip, we have something to offer any type of traveler. Soak in the Hot Springs, relax in your own private soaking tub, or enjoy a variety of overnight accommodations and offerings. There's something for everyone at Crane Hot Springs!As a small family business, we value the importance of an experience that brings family and friends together. For over 20 years, our mission has been to provide a place where you can truly get away from the world, a place to make warm memories and to have heartfelt moments. Through hard work, dedication, and service, our vision is to continue providing an amazing experience for years to come and to carry on the legacy of Crane Hot Springs.Come and join us in the heart of Harney County, make some warm memories, and have an unforgettable experience!
Sunny Valley, OR
Sunny Valley RV Park and CampgroundSurrounded by beautiful mountains and forests our warm and inviting campground serves as an anchor for your I-5 travels to Crater Lake.
Depoe Bay, OR
Sea & Sand RV ParkSea & Sand RV Park is conveniently located on Highway 101 just three miles north of Depoe Bay on the central Oregon coastline and eight miles south of Lincoln City. There are spectacular beach and ocean views from our terraced ocean RV sites, as well as beautiful and cozy forested campground sites, all with easy beach access. The sunsets in the summers and the storms in the winters offer wonderful memories to all our guests, and their pets. Whether you love the grey whales, are storm watchers, sightseers, want to fish, try your luck at one of the casinos, shop the boutiques, or just be a beach bum or couch potato for a few days-Sea & Sand RV Park provides you with a home away from home that is quiet, peaceful, relaxing and conveniently located.
Boardman Marina & RV ParkBoardman Marina Park RV Campground is the perfect place to stay as you visit or travel along the Columbia River in North-Central Oregon. Here you’ll find 63 paved RV Campsites within the park well-suited to a relaxing stay. Enjoy the 3-mile Walking/Biking Trail, Basketball Court, Softball and Baseball fields, Children’s Play Structures, Horseshoes, Sandlot Volleyball, Swimming Area and lots of green grass, shady trees and open spaces!
Umatilla Marina & RV ParkWelcome to Umatilla Marina and RV Park nestled next to the beautiful Columbia River only minutes off Interstate 82, Interstate 84 and Highway 730.Whether you're looking for a great place to stay the night if you're traveling to another destination, need a picnic sight for a fun day at the river, a spot to go fishing, hunting or water skiing, Umatilla Marina and RV Park has it all. Staffed and managed by friendly professionals who work hard to make your stay enjoyable.The Columbia River is our main attraction with plenty of activities occurring year round. You can choose from fishing, hunting, water skiing and river cruising. Enjoy our beautiful sunrises and sunsets while watching the cruise ships, tugs and barges going by.Sightseeing and touring can be done year round as well. Check out McNary Dam and Interpretive Center or walk the trails at the McNary Wildlife Nature Area. Tour Columbia Crest Winery, Fort Henrietta or Pendleton Woolen Mills. For a taste of the old west enjoy Hermiston's Farm City Pro Rodeo or the Pendleton Roundup.The Umatilla Marina currently offers berthing for up to 97 boats ranging in length from 24 to 60 feet. Berths are available for rent on a monthly, or one year lease. Transient moorage is also available. We have an on the water fuel dock supplying gas and diesel along with sewage pump station. Fifty dry storage spots are available if you want to leave your boat trailer for a day or store your motor home or fifth wheel trailer for the winter.
Columbia Sun RV ResortOur resort hosts are the heartbeat of Columbia Sun RV Resort. They are truly hidden treasures we hadn’t expected. The old adage, “it takes a village to raise a child”…. certainly applies for us, because this is our village. Most hosts do stay here, except for a few young guns who fit in quite nicely. Many of our resort hosts were guests before they came to work for us. Columbia Sun hosts are a major reason our guests keep coming back. Our hosts value the resort and treat Columbia Sun as their home, family and community. They are the neighborhood watch, always keeping an eye on the resort and willing to lend a hand. Our hosts bring skills and experience from previous careers to the table. They work very hard making improvements and leaving special touches that make Columbia Sun unique and beautiful.
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