The grass images you see is where you will be sleeping. There are 6 sites.
This campsite features a breath-taking view of the Cascade Mountains and a high desert landscape that is quintessential to Central Oregon climate. A swimmable pond will be the perfect dressing on your summer salad, and when the high and dry air begins to chill in the night, take a dip in the hot tub. Finish the evening with a cleansing wood-fired sauna session. After dark we hold a communal bonfire if you are the social type. No judgement if sitting quietly is your thing!
There are plenty of scenic trails nearby, like Awbrey Falls Trail, within walking distance of the property. There are also a couple great mountain biking trail systems within biking distance such as Maston for cross-country lovers and Cline Butte for the downhill junkies. There are well-known, low-traffic, scenic byways nearby for road bikers.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
The vibe at Rustic Oasis Camping
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Such a cool spot to camp! Manmade pond and a sauna that Kelly, our really gracious host, built on the property. Sunset was magical. Normally beautiful views of the Three Sisters, though due to bad luck they were obscured by smoke from nearby wildfires. Was really nice to take a short dip in the hot tub and look at the stars.
Kyle and Kelly were gracious hosts, with a backyard sunset view to die for. The location is just 20 mins outside of Bend, and a short walk/hike to view the Deschutes River canyon. Bring your bathing suit for a dip in the sauna, jacuzzi, and outdoor pond!
My family of four had a great time at the Rustic Oasis. Kyle greeted us and was very attentive to our needs. There were several groups camping here but we all had plenty of space. Watching the sunset over the small pond was memorable. It was a hot day, but the breeze and the irrigated fields in the area kept it surprising comfortable.
The composting toilet was clean and fresh - I was surprised at how comfortable it was. I encourage anyone passing through Bend to take advantage of this spot, it is worth it.
Super great time at Rustic Oasis Camp for the Solar Eclipse! Awesome spot with spectacular views of the Sisters area. Kyle was a great host, very informative and accommodating to everyone there. Will be back again.
Amazing spot, even at full capacity it we had a wonderful time meeting the other guests and had plenty of space to camp.
The sauna was fantastic, definitely can't fit more than 4 (3 comfortably) but we tried! The outdoor tub was unexpected but worth a try (it was used for dishes, a bath after the sauna, foot wash... But still cleaned and fresh.) Compost toilet filled quickly but I wouldn't suspect that to be a problem when not full. Overall, great place to experience the eclipse and we were happy we came here!
Kyle and Kelly were great hosts. I would recommend their hospitality and the site in a heartbeat.
Also, verrry little light pollution made the night sky unbelievable.
One of my friends and I saw the best shooting star(s) of our entire lives. HUGE purple streak where you could even see the atmosphere fire burning the tip. My other friend looked down once and was pointed the wrong way the other time.
Amazing time was had by all nonetheless. Thank you very much!
The site was as expected and worked just fine for my short one night stay. If I had camped there longer, I can see how it would be nice to have access to running water or a sink of some kind. The outhouse was clean and well-maintained. Didn't get to use the hottub or sauna on site because of the summer heat. The host might want to consider lowering his prices during the summer when those amenities aren't as appealing.
The view from the lawn was really lovely and the nearby pond was a nice touch. The host was friendly and well-informed about the history of the area. Was perfectly comfortable for me to crash, but probably wouldn't recommend if you're looking for a full-on camping experience.
Not a good deal for the amount of money spent staying here. This is basically backyard camping for more than you would spend at a state park campground. At least at normal campgrounds (which are less exspensive) there are showers and real toilets. The farmland setting is pretty but very exsposed to high winds. The sites are not private at all, probably one of the contributing reasons why we were the only ones there. I’m sure this was a good spot for the eclipse considering there was a massive influx of people in the area but if you have options steer clear.