Travel Trailers Bend Oregon | Rugged Travel Trailers | Value Rentals

Rent a rugged travel trailer in Bend, Oregon this year and discover endless outdoor adventures topped by craft breweries, action-packed events, and music festivals galore. The places and experiences that make Bend so amazing extend beyond city limits in Oregon’s outback and you can only get there with a travel trailer rental. Bend is also the perfect place to begin multi day travel trailer getaways to some of Oregon’s least crowded and absolutely incredible sights. Book yours today!

Here are a few road-trip travel trailer rental ideas to get you going.

Newberry National Volcanic Monument Travel Trailer Camping

Newberry Crater, within the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, is Oregon’s largest volcano, and the national monument encompasses lava tubes, cinder cones, caldera lakes, a waterfall and a fresh obsidian flow.  The road into the crater is only open during the summer season, so seize the moment with your travel trailer rental to drive to the top of Paulina Peak, fish for trout in a 6,000-foot-elevation lake, camp overnight, and see if you can find the natural hot springs. You can visit the Lava Lands Visitor Center through early October; the visitor center’s parking lot remains open year-round (weather dependent), and fall is an excellent off-season time to access its trails.

McKenzie Highway Scenic Travel Trailer Adventures

The Historic McKenzie Highway—or Oregon Route 242—began as an early wagon trail in the 1860s and was modernized in the 1920s to the first highway over the Cascades from Eugene. Today the McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass Scenic Byway is all about the scenery— think lava flows and snow capped mountains. Travel trailer camping sites abound on this road with a few hidden lakes and streams as your reward. Wind with your travel trailer rental around hairpin turns and identify peaks at the Dee Wright Observatory, then descend into a thick green forest to the sparkling McKenzie River, and take an easy hike to Proxy Falls. Depending on snow conditions, the road closes seasonally, typically from November to June.

Crater Lake National Park Travel Trailer Adventures

Crater Lake National Park can seem remote from everywhere, but the north rim is only a two-hour drive south of Bend, all on accessible highways, too. Stop a few times in your travel trailer rental 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 come with a bucket-list view. Multiple travel trailer campsites allow for overnight adventures of every kind.

High Desert Travel Trailer Destinations and Adventures

From Bend, tale your travel trailer rental south and east through the Warner Mountains to the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, where the pronghorn and bighorn sheep roam. Dip around the mountain and north to Frenchglen and Steens Mountain, a fault-block majesty overlooking the serene Alvord Desert. From there it’s a quick four-hour jaunt east to the dramatic volcanic spires of Leslie Gulch in the Owyhee Canyonlands on Oregon’s easternmost boundary, a remote natural area larger than both Yellowstone and Yosemite national parks. Multiple off road travel trailer campsites allow for overnight adventures of every kind.

Book your travel trailer rental today!