Travel Trailer Rental Camping in and Around Bend, Oregon
Scout Late Travel Trailer Rental Adventures
Scout Lake has a small ten site campground perfect for RV tent camper rental adventures. With both single-family and group sites, the campground is popular, so claim one of the smaller sites or make reservations early and bring the whole family. The site is located adjacent to the day use area where you can take a dip in the warm water and relax on sandy shores. Dogs are not allowed in the day use area, so consider leaving your furry friend at home. For sanitation and safety concerns, Scout Lake is one of the few recreation sites in the Deschutes National Forest where dogs are not allowed.
Metolius River Travel Trailer Rental Adventures
Cool off in Oregon’s coldest river along the Metolius River and camp with your tent trailer rental at one of many spots along the river. Most 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 most travel trailer locations making camping fun and easy.
Crooked River Travel Trailer Rental Adventures
With sixteen travel trailer ready campsites weaving along the Lower Crooked River Wild and Scenic stretch, the Chimney Rock Campground, located outside of Prineville, offers year-round views of steep basalt canyons and highly sought-after fly fishing. Among the nine campsites on this eight-mile stretch of federally protected water, this is the only campsite with both potable water and restrooms. The Chimney Rock Trailhead is adjacent to the campground, leading to a 2.6-mile round trip hike providing breathtaking views of the canyon and surrounding mountains.
Sparks Lake Travel Trailer Rental Adventures
With astounding views of South Sister, Broken Top and Mount Bachelor, lush meadows and clear green-blue water, Sparks Lake is a travel trailer camper’s dream. There are approximately twenty travel trailer ready campsites around its shallow shores. Those accessible by car are limited and get scooped up quickly in the busy summer months. Your best bet is to hop on a canoe, kayak or paddleboard and transport your gear to one of the more secluded sites. For big groups, set up camp at one of the larger sites in one of the lake’s fingers on the eastern shore. These spots can also be reached by a hiking trail that starts at the day use area. Venture to the western shore to relax on sandy beaches and wake up to picturesque views of the mountains.
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