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DiamondStone Guest Lodges

La Pine, Oregon, United States

The High Desert Museum is less than a 30-minute drive from DiamondStone. One of the finest museums in the Northwest, they teach Native American and Oregon Trail history, and also have wild animal exhibits with mammals and birds of prey. It is so large that you can't see it all in a day; they give you a two-day pass.... more

  • Wifi
  • Restaurant Onsite
  • Pets Allowed
  • Property Size 9 units
  • Conference Facility
  • Kids Allowed
  • Nearby City La Pine south, Sunriver north, Bend 25 mi north
  • Nearby Water Little Deschutes River
  • Open Dates All Year
  • Family
  • Golf
  • Reunions
  • Wedding
  • Nature
  • Fishing
  • Romantic
  • Ski/Snowboard
  • Pet Friendly
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Bend Dutch Vacation Rentals

Bend, Oregon, United States

Visit the High Desert Museum while you’re in town! High Desert Museum is a world-renowned museum exploring the culture, history and wildlife of the High Desert. Meet live desert animals including a bobcat, lynx, otter, porcupines, birds of prey and reptiles. Visit with 1880's pioneers and help them with chores around the Homestead. Or walk... more

Thousand Trails Bend & Sunriver

Bend, Oregon, United States

For over 40 years, Thousand Trails has provided a unique combination of affordable, resort-style camping at scenic locations across America. Customers have access to some of the best RV resorts and campgrounds in the most beautiful regions across the country!... more

Lake Creek Lodge

Camp Sherman, Oregon, United States

Early in the 1900’s Sherman County wheat farmers escaped the summer heat by migrating to the Metolius River to fish, hike and camp. The 80 acres of land, purchased by Martin and Lena Hansen in 1923 at the price of $10.00 per acre, was named Martin Hansen’s Metolius River Resort. Martin and his family began building the Lodge in 1924. The... more

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