Rent your $99 travel trailer tent camper in Bend and go explore the Seven Wonders of Oregon this year. From Portland, Seattle, and Northern California Bay Area, Bend gets a lot of attention with perpetually sunny skies, endless local outdoor adventures and craft breweries. Featuring amazing roof top tents from Bend based Freespirit Recreation Bend’s year round action-packed events and friendly people it’s the perfect launching pad to discover travel trailer multi-day trips to exciting lesser-known places in Central Oregon in your own luxury tent trailer. Reserve your $99 tent camper today!
Here are a few four day $99 travel trailer tent camper road-trip ideas to get you on the road and exploring this year.
Crater Lake Deep Blue Adventure
Drive the jaw dropping crater rim at Crater Lake National Park and spend the night travel trailer camping on the flanks of a volcano. This adventure travel trailer tent camper dream location can seem remote from everywhere, but the north rim is only a two-hour drive south of Bend, all on accessible highways, too. Stop to take in different angles as you circle the massive blue gem on 33-mile Rim Drive. Rim Drive and the park’s North Entrance close to car traffic with the first big snowfall, typically in mid-October, and stay closed until around June; during the snowy months, Rim Drive becomes a trail for snowshoers and cross-country skiers. Don’t miss a stop at 100-plus-year-old Crater Lake Lodge, where Oregon huckleberries and salmon for lunch come with a bucket-list view.
Discover The Wild Umpqua
Discover an epic riverside travel trailer drive and waterfront camping along highway 138 and the North Umpqua River in the Umpqua Valley where you’ll pass by no less than 17 waterfalls along the way, most of them easily accessible by short trails. For longer hikes try the 79-mile North Umpqua Trail. Visit the Big Bend Pool on Steamboat Creek and caretaker Lee Spencer, who guards the steelhead that spawn there each summer and fall. Spend a weekend on the Oregon coast where lighthouses stand sentinel atop windswept cliffs, sea smells waft up through the air and waves collide with a crash where the Pacific Ocean meets the Columbia River below.
Untamed Pacific at Cape Disappointment
Named for Captain John Meares’ first thwarted voyage to find the Columbia, Cape Disappointment is steeped in Northwest history. This is the place to explore U.S. military and maritime legacies and to experience the story of Lewis & Clark and the effect of their Corps of Discovery Expedition on Native American tribes. Step into the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center for interactive exhibits. Find overgrown ruins of military bunkers and coast defense batteries, and hear tales of two lighthouses and the first attempts to reach the Columbia River by ocean.
Wine Tasting & Bottle of Wine Included With Your Tent Camper Rental
We know you’re in Bend for a few days and before you head off to travel trailer tent camper adventures please enjoy a complimentary bottle of wine on us and a wine tasting at Va Piano Vineyard tasting room in The Old Mill. Walla Walla Washington (we love saying that) based Va Piano set up shop here in Bend at a lovely tasting room overlooking the Deschutes River. The perfect location to sample regional wines in Bend before or after your trip. Va Piano wines display intense flavors, fine tannin structure and intense aromas: quintessential Washington State characteristics. The majority of grapes they use are estate grown, they source additional grapes from carefully chosen vineyards because fruit from different soil profiles create more complex wines. On your tent camper rental those over 21 years of age will receive a gift certificate for two complimentary wine tastings, and one bottle of wine to take with you. Our way of saying…welcome to Bend,Oregon!
Oregon Travel Trailer Adventure Planning
Discover a full suite of $99 adventure tent camper destinations and multi day vacation ideas with our partners at Travel Oregon. If you’re hiking, climbing, or just looking for epic day adventures in Oregon look no further than The Outdoor Project. Let’s play!