Take your $99 Tent Camper Rental One Hour or Less From Bend

Rent your $99 rugged tent camper travel trailer today, because everyone’s itching to skip town for the weekend and head outside. With a tent camper rental here in Bend you get easy-access tent camper camping within an hour drive…in any direction. Whether you prefer relaxing by a rushing river, taking in scenic snow-capped mountains or hunting wild and unique hot springs, we have you covered.

Fall River Campground Tent Trailer Adventures

Right outside of La Pine and thirty miles south of Bend, you’ll find a quiet tent camper travel trailer campsite on the Fall River. The stream is spring-fed stream and flows into the Deschutes. There are twelve spacious sites situated near the water. The river is shallow, yet some of the clearest water in the area and well-known for fly fishing. The Fall River Trail starts at the campground, offering fantastic fly fishing and two-mile out and back loop. If looking to swim at South Twin Lake, tent trailer camping at Fall River and making day trips to the lake is a great way to beat the South Twin crowds.

Metolius River Travel Trailer Adventures

Oregon’s coldest river is the Metolius River. Upstream from Camp Sherman are the majority of travel trailer tent camper campgrounds, adding to their allure they are remote and tranquil. Tent camper sites are approximately 100 yards set back from the river. The spring-fed river features rainbow trout, whitefish, bull trout and kokanee salmon. Hiking trails are also accessible from this location.

East Lake and Paulina Lake Tent Camper Adventures

You can wade in the water from your tent camper campsite at Little Crater Campground on Paulina Lake, nestled in the Newberry Volcano’s caldera. Pitch a tent or bring the entire rig—there’s room. With this site’s close proximity to mountain biking on the Newberry Crater Rim Trail and the short hike to lakeside geothermal hot springs combined with opportunities to boat, swim or fish, there are activities for the entire family. In the busy summer months, this site is in high demand, so make sure to make reservations early. If this campground is full, try Paulina Lake Campground on the lake’s southwest shore.

Reserve your rugged $99 tent camper in Bend today!