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Pacific Star Ranch LLC.

5 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Redmond, OR
4 RV spots with full hookup's we also provide dry camp and tent sites for availability please call (530) 570-2114) Come be our guest at our 20 acre private gated horse and hay ranch with beautiful Mountain View’s amazing sunrises and sunsets! Safe & Private with gated code entry, Picnic tables with large lawn area & barbecue. Restroom with shower (to be completed by end of April 2024🤠 Just around the corner from Deshutes River for swimming, rafting and fishing, golfing at Eagle Crest Resort beautiful lakes nearby Endless hiking, biking, and horse back trails, waterfalls, skiing and snow sports Close to downtown Redmond shopping, restaurants, taprooms, brewery’s, wine tasting.. 20 minutes to Bend, Tumalo, Sisters, Madras, Prineville, and Terrebonne
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Birdwatching Oasis

1 site · RV2 acres · Bend, OR
I wanted a peaceful place to call home. I found this property after a long search with a very patient and kind realtor. I fell in love with it almost immediately. The ponds bring wonderful wildlife that I enjoy watching and listening to….birds, frogs and many other animals. I wanted a property where I could have space to have horses or other farm animals if I chose to. I have not chosen to acquire them as of yet, but I like having the option. I love sharing this spot with others. The stars are incredibly brighter than most places and there is very little noise pollution as well. I call it my Little Desert Oasis. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Learn more about this land:I offer Standard RV plug in electricity and water. Sorry no toilet facilities at all. So you must have your own self-contained bathroom set up in your rig. No tent camping is it allowed. Trailers and vans with toilet are a perfect fit. It feels like country out here with horses, sheep llamas etc. small farms all around. Yet close to town,  just a mile away from Highway 97 and about 3 miles away from Highway 20 near Tumalo. I think you will find the location convenient as it is only 15 minutes from the Redmond Airport, about 20 minutes to Sisters Oregon and downtown Bend is an easy 8 mile drive.There are pretty views of ponds joined by a creek and small waterfalls. The water features attract lots of wildlife! You will likely see deer, wild ducks, quail, hawks and many other types of birds. I even had a duck build a nest next to the pond last year and hatch a clutch of ducklings. There are several small Aspen trees and old junipers near the campsite next to the ponds. If the night sky and stars don’t take your breath away, the frogs will surely serenade you to sleep! There is a little view of the mountains as well. The site is centrally located for easy access to Highway 24 Highway 97. Trader Joe’s, Food 4 Less, Target, Starbucks and a outdoor shopping malls are only 5 miles away. Numerous restaurants are also only 5 miles from the home. There are more than a half a dozen breweries within 8 miles and 45 minutes to Mount Bachelor. The quaint little town of Tumalo is only 3 miles down the road. There you will find a cool taproom (The Bite) with outdoor seating, corn hole and yummy food carts. In addition, there is a great pizza joint and Tumalo Cider Bar. Tumalo State Park is less than 5 miles away. Riley Ranch Nature Preserve is also less than 5 miles away and well worth the trip!
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Heart of Sisters

2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Sisters, OR
In the city limits of Sisters. Just a few block walk to parks and downtown Sisters where tourists get trapped. Good for getting close spots for events like Sisters Folk Festival. Couple blocks from the Buckrun Trail head and 15 min drive to Three Creeks Lake. Firepit, Bbq, and grills available for use and can work out deals with the host for prepared meals. I do social media videos on the food I make and if you own a small business and would like to talk about your business on my live streams or make some quick promo videos then that is something we can discuss. Just message me or bring it up on arrival. You can find my youtube channel at youtube.com/@LearnWithDanaris
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Quail Haven

1 site · RV5 acres · Bend, OR
Park your twenty-six foot or less trailer in the middle of five acres with access to your own private picnic table and fire pit (Firewood available $5 bundle). The campsite boards a small farm with goats, sheep etc. There is a propane barbeque with one cook top burner (Propane included). Located in Central Oregon and minutes from Tumalo State Park is the Deschutes River that runs through downtown Bend offering lazy raft or tube floating, biking, hiking and an amphitheater with top name bands every few weeks. Less than ten minutes from both the Cascade shopping center with many restaurant options to the south and Tumalo Town offering food carts at “The Bite Tumalo” with tasty local beers on tap to the north. In Tumalo Town, there are also two cider tasting rooms (Bend Cider and Tumalo Cider). There, you will find a general store offering refillable beer and cider growlers and a deli with both diesel and gas. There is also a coffee shop, pizza parlor, tavern and the historic “Tumalo Feed Co. Steakhouse” with an old town western feel. For your adventures, there’s Smith Rock State Park 30 minutes north and Mt Bachelor around 45 minutes south for you downhill and Nordic skiers. In between Mt Bachelor and Rancho Mateo site there is plenty of hiking and awesome mountain bike trails including the Phil’s trail network.
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Tom's Rest Canyon Retreat Center

5 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · OR
TOM'S REST was created by Tom's wife Cheryl in an effort to carry out their plans to provide respite for those in need. Tom Edwards worked tirelessly for years to clear this wild recreation space where he planned to live while helping others. Tom suddenly and unexpectedly passed February 2, 2015 while in the process of making his move to Sisters with his High School sweetheart of 45 years. Cheryl continued his passion and their dream to make this a place for those in need as a way to honor the most giving man she ever knew. This process, while overwhelming, has brought some healing and it is our hope to continue that healing for others in need from life's many trials. We continue to use our funds to promote healing in grief and other trials of life. We would appreciate hearing from those that have anything to contribute in way of maintenance and housekeeping, services to provide those in need such as massage or counseling, or any other contributions you are led to give. We are developing a list of volunteers to be called upon when someone in need is referred to us and will keep you informed as things develop. Anyone having a grief, widows/widowers, caregiver, cancer, hospice or other group that would like to have their group listed should message us as well. These respite visits are short getaways to refuel and support individuals during tough times. Those that come to enjoy Tom's Rest will be ministering to those in need through your paid visits here and hopefully, gain some needed respite of your own. We have taken every precaution for distancing and cleanliness with the ever changing Covid policies for your safety and concerns. Most feel they are pretty much 'on their own' in this retreat area with the option for seclusion OR mingling if so desired. My deepest thanks to all who have stood alongside through this journey and continue to do so. May we collectively create TOM'S REST with Tom's intention and the passion he infused in us to carry it through to fulfillment.
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Mountain view escape

1 site · RV5 acres · Redmond, OR
A beautiful peaceful 5 acres in a quiet country neighborhood, with views of Mt Bachelor, the Three Sisters, and Mt Washington, Mt. Jefferson Learn more about this land: A 16’x30’ gravel site with 15 amp hookup with stunning mountain views in our quiet campground country neighborhood. This is for Class C motorhomes and vans (short trailers are fine but no fifth wheels or long trailers). As we don't provide bathrooms, we are not hosting tents or parties that need a bathroom. 9 miles to Smith Rock State park, 15 miles to charming town of Sisters, 19 miles to adventurous Bend. Short walk to the Deschutes river where you can picnic, swim, fish, or hike on trails. Watch deer graze under the Three Sisters mountains as you relax in the quite, peaceful setting you will be staying at. Fill your RV with our incredible tasting well water (May- Sept we have water) and watch the birds swoop over the valley underneath the gaze of the Cascade Range.
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Sunset/Sunrise on Cricketwood Farm

1 site · RV5 acres · Bend, OR
Bend is listed as one of the best towns in the country by residents and visitors; "an outdoor enthusiasts dream with a bit of urban feel." Float pristine rivers and lakes, rock climb or hike Smith Rock State Park or visit the High Desert Museum. Hipcamper's have easy access to mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, horseback riding, rock hounding, paddling, cycling, golfing and dining. We have 1 RV site with potable water, electricity and a picnic table. Pets are allowed. Guests love it here: "I had a wonderful stay. A beautiful and serene place. Easy to drive into Bend, yet away from the city hustle and bustle. Magnificent sunsets, and enjoyable walks through the surrounding countryside seeing and hearing birds and farm animals. Great hosts!"
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Working Ranch just outside Bend

2 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Bend, OR
Located 9 miles east of Bend our 40 acre ranch is full of open fields and juniper forest. We have cows, chickens, geese and ducks that live on the ranch and you will most likely see them roaming around the fields. The nights are quiet with the exception of frogs and crickets and offer a full night sky without light pollution.
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Camp Smith Rock Overlook

1 site · RV1 acre · Terrebonne, OR
Welcome to my centrally located Hipcamp view of the world-famous hiking and climbing destination of Smith Rock in Terrebonne, Oregon! Explore all of entral Oregon easily from this stellar location on a cliffside in Terrebonne, Oregon (population of 1,623 in 2020) with a spectacular overall view of Smith Rock State Park! I have two camping locations on my 1/2 acre that is situated in a somewhat residential neighborhood (not on the business area) in Terrebonne. This is for self-contained campers only. Meaning generator, potty and contained water systems. Pack-in/Pack-out garbage. It’s a primitive campsite and a place to park with a great view! Although it is not what I consider wilderness camping 🏕 it is a great place to get a solid reservation. In Central Oregon especially in late spring, summer and early fall it is nearly impossible to get a consistent camping reservation in one spot due to the aggressive online reservation the state parks use. Many folks I talk to are frustrated by this. My 2 spot(s) are a pretty good solution. Spot#1: The topside location offers the best view of Smith Rock with less privacy. All homes are beside parking spot meaning two homes are in your sight from your trailer. One is a neatly organized homestead with a wind turbine and the other is a hippy living in a manufactured home. Your trailer backed in blocks the view of these and mostly you would look out over rooftops to Smith Rock but it so beautiful to wake up to and to watch in the golden hour of dusk to dawn. I believe you can get three self-contained sprinter vans end to end on this camping spot. Outdoor music played low on this is no problem til 9PM but be respectful of the two neighbors if you are partying. There is a dog but he only barks at loud noises and doesn’t seem to bark consistently or for very long. The road to the site is a primitive gravel road. I’ve only seen one or two cars use the end of the road. There is a public staircase as pictured from the residential neighborhood so people use this to walk their dogs and there is all kinds of established walking and game trails. Speaking of the ‘hood I’ll disclose that if you enjoy right politics you’ll see a lot of American flags flying around Terebonne and if you enjoy left of center you’ll find plenty of like-minded hippy/granola climber types. Everyone is friendly but seem to keep to themselves unless you strike up a conversation. My hipcamp sites are literally on the border of a nice $500-800k houses below and then on top there is houses mixed with manufactured homes. My neighbor Tim watches over the campsites for people coming and going at set checkout times. He and his wife are nice and friendly. Spot#2: This amphitheater location is the bigger lot and offers more privacy but less of a view meaning the view is in one parking spot through the trees 🌲 you’ll see much of Smith Rock for sure. But once again only one spot on the grounds offers this view over a fence as shown in pictures. This site could probably accommodate 3-4 self-contained sprinter vans or two travel trailers but you’d have to organize the turning in and out part. There are some chickens 🐔🐓 on this below site that might do the cockadoodle-doing in the morning. They are on the entrance side. I’ve put up pictures and described this as accurately or honestly as possible. I hope you enjoy your stay in beautiful Central Oregon at my Hipcamps 🏕 Bottom line is if you want a true hardcore wilderness campsite this is not it. If you can tolerate a great view in a very small town this is the place to wake up to! In winter ❄️ if snowing it might be hard to get to without traction devices or snowtires. Please feel free to hit me up with questions. Entrance to property is with combo lock 🔒 You assume all liability for injury/death (heavens forbid) as top lot is on a cliff and I haven’t seen rattlesnakes, scorpions etc... Black widows live under rocks here so be aware As far as distances I’ve added a few and then further below a few fun local linked spots with a couple classics in Redmond/Bend that I enjoy: 1/4 mile to downtown Terrebonne, Oregon (Walking distance to coffee, restaurants and groceries) 1.6 mile to Crescent Moon Alpaca Farm 3.2 miles to Rest Area 4.6 miles to Smith Rock State Park 4.6 miles to Maragas Winery 🍷 7.2 miles to Redmond, Oregon 20 miles to Madras, Oregon 21 miles to Prineville, Oregon 24 miles to Bend, Oregon 25 Old Mill District Downtown/Bend 26 miles to Sisters, Oregon 34 miles to Lake Billy Chinook 35 miles to Warm Springs Indian Reservation. 40 miles to Mount Bachelor Ski Area. TERREBONNE Pump House Bar & Grill 8320 US-97, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 548-4990 https://g.co/kgs/AMjTsg Terrebonne Depot 400 NW Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 527-4339 https://g.co/kgs/L52XBR 44° North Tavern 8060 11th St, Terrebonne, OR 97760 https://g.co/kgs/NPhRjg Java Rock of Terrebonne 925 Central Ave, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 923-9701 https://g.co/kgs/qukLnc Big Dog Saloon 14217 SW Commercial Loop Rd, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 504-4673 https://g.co/kgs/rKj1S4 Sandbagger Saloon 5165 Club House Rd, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 923-8655 https://g.co/kgs/PJ92ru Redpoint Climbers Supply 8222 US-97 #101, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 604-2115 https://g.co/kgs/2oc92g Terrebonne Coffee Wagon LLC "The Wagon" 8375 US-97, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 279-0863 https://g.co/kgs/iXEgxT Cascade Smokers 11440 SW Peninsula Dr, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 610-3050 https://g.co/kgs/S3kr3d Fergusons Market 8150 US-97, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 923-0729 https://g.co/kgs/7FDucn Oliver Lemon's Terrebonne 8431 11th St, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 548-2603 https://g.co/kgs/1oxsjA Rockhard (Huckleberry Ice Cream Climbing Supply) 9265 NE Crooked River Dr, Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 548-4786 https://g.co/kgs/BDduRT REDMOND https://xaliscobarandgrill.com Xalisco Latin Cuisine 3835 SW 21st St STE #105, Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-3943 https://g.co/kgs/nYueVT Abby's Legendary Pizza 🍕 1938 The Dalles-California Hwy, S Hwy 97, Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-5266 https://g.co/kgs/sUTNgR BEND Bellatazza (Coffee, pastry, tapas) 869 NW Wall St, Bend, OR 97703 (541) 318-0606 https://g.co/kgs/BFQV1L Kanpai (Sushi) 990 NW Newport Ave, Bend, OR 97701 (541) 388-4636 https://g.co/kgs/Q6qMwi Pine Tavern Restaurant 967 NW Brooks St, Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-5581 https://g.co/kgs/ctdyUz Volcanic Theatre Pub 70 SW Century Dr, Bend, OR 97702 (541) 323-1881 https://g.co/kgs/p7XF9T
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Camp Corgi

2 sites · RVs1 acre · Terrebonne, OR
Cozy and quiet small farm campsite in the country just minutes from Smith Rock, Crooked River Ranch and the town of Redmond. Fifteen minutes to Haystack Reservoir, 30 to Bend, 45 to Lake Billy Chinook, Prineville Reservoir, Mt Bachelor and Hoodo Ski Area. Large gravel driveway with two RV hookups. Water, RV power outlets and Wi-Fi. No septic. Great hiking and horse trails within a few miles. Great sunset view of Mt Jefferson and peekaboo of Smith Rock. Horses, goats, chickens on property (no crowing roosters!)
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The Back Five

1 site · RV5 acres · Redmond, OR
Property located in SW Redmond, OR - in the heart of an outdoorsman's paradise - fishing, skiing, paddleboarding, kayaking, boating, running, biking, swimming, hiking and mountain climbing are all within an hour of the location. Smith Rock State Park is approximately 20 minutes to the north. Eagle Crest Resort is a short drive away. 5 acres of land with a gravel pad, gravel driveway, cross-fencing, shop building ( not accessible to campers) and great views of the Three Sisters mountains in the Cascades range. Summer days are typically warm and dry, while nights cool off dramatically. High desert climate - Redmond is located at about 3,000 feet above sea level. Electrical hook-up is available for an RV/trailer on the front of the shop building and to the south of the shop on the post. Dry-camping only - no sewage, septic or water hookup is available. Privacy is not guaranteed. The shop is utilized daily by our family and friends. So, there might be a few visitors throughout the day in the shop.
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The Honeybee Ranch

5 sites · Lodging11 acres · Bend, OR
You are just minutes away (whether you are Hiking, Biking, Walking or riding your Horses to our quaint and lovely little village of Tumalo for outdoor music, food trucks, fire pits and country store. Perfect space for artist/writers retreat! We are a 12 min drive to downtown. And are centrally located to all in the surrounding area. You can float the river, launching in Tumalo or the Old Mill for river floating, walking and hiking. Trails are in the surrounding area. Private and gorgeous! Perfectly situated in the "Golden Triangle" of Bend, Redmond and Sisters. The 11 acre Ranch is also surrounded by hundreds of acres of Wooded and Open-Range Fields, for which you’ll have access to most of the property to hike, bike, walk or Horse-Back (Horses not provided).... in addition to the beautiful fields just outside the property line where you can walk the trails to downtown Tumalo! You will see resident deer, owls, falcons and coyotes. Come unplug on your slice of "privacy".....and enjoy the view of Pilot Butte in the distance! Two adults-capacity: Includes two twin beds. Dining Room Small refrigerator/freezer, Full Bathroom (Compost) Shower (Cold) Cold Water Heater Indoor / Outdoor lights Picnic Table Outdoor Fire Pits and BBQ Open....open spaces!! Five minutes to the Deschutes River for fly fishing and river floating. Bring your bikes, Hiking Boots, skies....and your own Horses....(we can sell you Hay on site....if you need Hay). We will happily share the best places to float, horse-back riding, hikes, bike trails to relax. Need something additional or forgot it? (floats, bike, ice, coffee creamer, s'mores, etc...just ask us!) Property condusive to snow shoeing and cross country skiing when snowy. Due to COVID 19 stipulations please bring your sleeping bags and pillows! Sheets are provided but we ask you bring a good sleeping bag to ensure you’re warm. Campsite is set up for two people. Join us at HoneyBee Ranch, where we value your privacy!
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