Our Sunriver Vacation Homes
You will be pleasantly surprised by the tastefully appointed decorations and furniture in . Every one of our two and three-bedroom homes feature comfortable living rooms and bedrooms, as well as fully stocked kitchens where you can enjoy a home cooked meal. These spacious homes are perfect for your family plus guests, corporate retreats, or that girls’ weekend getaway.
Each of our vacation rentals in Sunriver, OR features luxury linens, spa toiletries, and plenty of soft towels. You will also have access to high speed internet, flat screen, high definition televisions, and Blu-ray players.
Let us know if you like to ride bikes, because some of our properties come stocked with bikes, and some of them even have trailers for the kiddies. We know your dog is just another member of your family, and many of our properties welcome dogs and cats.
There’s plenty of fun nearby our rentals; check out some of our favorite things to do in Sunriver below!
Shortly after it was an Army base used to train soldiers in World War II, Sunriver became a golf resort. Today, Sunriver has four golf courses, two of which are private and two of which are public. If you are not into golfing, you are still near some fabulous Central Oregon attractions. Golf Digest named the resort one of the Top 10 Destinations for Family Golf in January 2016 and one of the Best Golf Courses in the Pacific Northwest in 2018.
The High Desert Museum
This living museum educates visitors about the various animals and vegetation in the area. You will meet a porcupine a bobcat, several owls, and even an eagle or two. You will not want to miss the feeding of the otters who live at the museum. You will also learn about the history of the area and what life was like for Native Americans, settlers, and gold diggers. The can’t-miss feature of the High Desert Museum is the summer program, Raptors of the Desert Sky. Museum staff fly owls, hawks, falcons, and vultures right over your head!
During your stay in one of our vacation rentals in Sunriver, OR you will find an early morning hike in the badlands can offer some haunting and beautiful scenery. The wilderness encompasses more 29,000 miles of federal land. You will see an interesting combination of junipers and cacti as you walk along, and the occasional ground squirrel may pop out to greet you.
There are 50 miles of trails in the Badlands. Whether you’re there for a stroll with your pooch or grueling trail run, the Badlands offers the scenery and the terrain to satisfy and admire. Yellow-bellied marmots, bobcat, mule deer, elk, antelope, prairie falcons, and golden eagles inhabit this arid landscape. The most fascinating feature of the Badlands might be its rock formations—towers and crags made of lava rock formed by years of lava flow from the now dormant Badlands and Horse Ridge volcanoes.