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Keystone RV Bullet 210RUDWE
2015 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Bullet 210RUDWE

Sleeps 4 25.0ft
17.7 miles from Bend, OR
(37)
$125 /night
Highland Ridge RV Open Range Conventional OT26BHS
2021 Travel Trailer

Highland Ridge RV Open Range Conventional OT26BHS

Sleeps 8 30.0ft
3.4 miles from Bend, OR
(35)
$135 /night
Keystone RV Hideout 27RBWE
2016 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Hideout 27RBWE

Sleeps 9 30.0ft
4.2 miles from Bend, OR
(24)
$130 /night
Lance Lance Travel Trailers 1995
2019 Travel Trailer

Lance Lance Travel Trailers 1995

Sleeps 4 23.0ft
7.0 miles from Bend, OR
(8)
$120 /night
Forest River RV Sunseeker 2500TS Ford
2020 Class C Motor Home

Forest River RV Sunseeker 2500TS Ford

Sleeps 8 27.0ft
3.1 miles from Bend, OR
(3)
$189 /night
Winnebago Industries Towables Hike 172BH
2021 Travel Trailer

Winnebago Industries Towables Hike 172BH

Sleeps 6 22.0ft
2.5 miles from Bend, OR
(18)
$130 /night
Winnebago Solis 59P
2022 Class B Camping Van

Winnebago Solis 59P

Sleeps 4 19.0ft
14.0 miles from Bend, OR
(3)
$196 /night
KZ Sportsmen SE 260BHSE
2022 Travel Trailer

KZ Sportsmen SE 260BHSE

Sleeps 8 28.0ft
1.1 miles from Bend, OR
(3)
$114 /night
Starcraft Launch Outfitter 7 19BHS
2018 Travel Trailer

Starcraft Launch Outfitter 7 19BHS

Sleeps 6 21.0ft
16.1 miles from Bend, OR
(6)
$120 /night
Heartland Mallard 26
2018 Travel Trailer

Heartland Mallard 26

Sleeps 9 32.0ft
15.6 miles from Bend, OR
(5)
$122 /night
Winnebago Solis 59P
2023 Class B Camping Van

Winnebago Solis 59P

Sleeps 4 19.75ft
2.7 miles from Bend, OR
(4)
$231 /night
Jayco Redhawk 29XK
2016 Class C Motor Home

Jayco Redhawk 29XK

Sleeps 8 31.0ft
19.5 miles from Bend, OR
(12)
$265 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26BH
2022 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26BH

Sleeps 8 31.7ft
15.1 miles from Bend, OR
(8)
$149 /night
Forest River RV Surveyor 247BHDS
2016 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Surveyor 247BHDS

Sleeps 8 29.0ft
2.9 miles from Bend, OR
(32)
$130 /night
Coachmen RV Leprechaun 260DS Ford 450
2022 Class C Motor Home

Coachmen RV Leprechaun 260DS Ford 450

Sleeps 8 27.0ft
3.1 miles from Bend, OR
(6)
$199 /night
Forest River RV No Boundaries NB 20.3
2023 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV No Boundaries NB 20.3

Sleeps 7 26.0ft
18.8 miles from Bend, OR
(2)
$185 /night
Grand Design Transcend Explorer 265BH
2020 Travel Trailer

Grand Design Transcend Explorer 265BH

Sleeps 9 32.0ft
1.4 miles from Bend, OR
New Listing New Listing
$139 /night
Jayco Hummingbird 17RK
2018 Travel Trailer

Jayco Hummingbird 17RK

Sleeps 4 19.0ft
8.9 miles from Bend, OR
(2)
$119 /night
Thor Motor Coach Four Winds 27R
2023 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Four Winds 27R

Sleeps 7 29.0ft
19.5 miles from Bend, OR
(1)
$223 /night
Keystone RV Cougar 368MBI
2021 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Cougar 368MBI

Sleeps 10 39.0ft
18.3 miles from Bend, OR
(1)
$157 /night

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The city of Bend is the county seat of Deschutes County and is the largest city in Central Oregon, with a population of 99,178 as of the 2020 U.S. census. It is the principal city of the Bend Metropolitan Statistical Area. Its name comes from the designation "Farewell Bend," used by early pioneers to describe the place along the Deschutes River where the town grew. Native Americans fished and hunted in the area for centuries, with the first settlers arriving in the winter of 1824.

The city features plenty to do outdoors, including electric bike tours of Bend and the Deschutes River. You can also take a phone-guided walking tour downtown that includes scavenger hunting. Nearby, Tumalo Falls is a popular site just west of town, and Sparks Lake is close enough to make it a regular outdoor destination for locals.

Bend's High Desert Museum will keep you busy for half a day as you explore history through its displays of animals, artful exhibits, and engaging programs. The Old Mill District provides premier dining, entertainment, and shopping for visitors.

Treat yourself to good American cafe food at McKay Cottage Restaurant or the highly-rated Pisano's Woodfired Pizza. Joolz specializes in Lebanese and Mediterranean dishes, and Zydeco Kitchen and Cocktails serves other international food options. Hipster haunts downtown include Velvet, serving up unique cocktails and canned microbrews. If you want a cozy atmosphere, try Flights Wine Bar, which offers happy hour and dinner entrées with its Oregon and Washington wine selections.

Campgrounds Near Bend, Oregon

Sun Outdoors Bend (formerly Crown Villa RV Resort) is a popular facility in Bend with full RV hookups, 30- and 50-amp power options, cell reception, and Wi-Fi available to guests. The site offers river access and is pet-friendly. It rents spaces for nightly, weekly and extended-stay use and has easy entering and exiting for bigger RVs.

Scandia RV Park is another facility in Bend, and it features 74 back-in or pull-through sites available at monthly rates from $295. The extra-large spaces include full RV hookups, 30- and 50-amp power, on-site shower facilities, cell reception, and Wi-Fi. The dedicated long-term site was built in 2016 and is pet-friendly.

Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort has 105 back-in or pull-through sites starting at $40 per night. This family-friendly resort has a playground, a hot tub, and a large pool. RV-specific amenities include full hookups, 30- and 50-amp power, and guests have access to cell reception and Wi-Fi.

State Parks Near Bend, Oregon

Tumalo State Park sits just 15 minutes north of Bend, west of the McKenzie-Bend Highway. Twenty-three of the park's 77 campsites are accessible for RVs, and each spot has a fire ring and picnic table. The central location within the state makes Tumalo popular, so reserve spots a month in advance. There are miles of trails you can bike and hike, or you can picnic outside your RV. Water activities include fishing, tubing, and swimming in the Deschutes River. Its proximity to Bend makes the town close enough for last-minute or forgotten necessities.

Traveling a half-hour southwest of Bend on U.S. Route 97 places you at LaPine State Park, which is open year-round. There are 82 RV campsites with full RV hookups and another 47 with electricity only. This park welcomes pets, providing an off-leash exercise area and pet-friendly cabins. Sixteen miles of trails are available for bikers and hikers, and anglers enjoy fly-fishing the Deschutes River. You can also float the river in a tube or watch for wildlife like eagles and red-tailed hawks.

Cove Palisades State Park is in Culver, approximately an hour north of Bend, off U.S. Route 97. The Crooked, Deschutes, and Metolius Rivers dam up here to create Lake Billy Chinook. Water-based activities draw the most visitors to the park, and the marina rents watercraft. Boating, fishing, and paddling opportunities abound, or you can enjoy exploring the trails that offer breathtaking views of the surrounding snow-covered Cascade Mountains.

National Sites Near Bend, Oregon

John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is two hours and 10 minutes northeast of Bend, near the town of Dayville. It showcases colorful rock formations that provide insight into the area's past climates and ecosystems. There are 14,000 acres within the monument, so you will want to start with the orientation film at the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center. You can hike the easy- and moderate-rated trails that also provide looks at colorful fauna, birds, and geologic features.

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is in Vancouver, Washington, three hours and 15 minutes northwest of Bend. The reconstructed fur trading and military forts help immerse you in the past lives of the Native Americans, traders, soldiers, and settlers who lived and worked in the area. This location contains the reconstructed Fort Vancouver, the Vancouver Barracks, and the Pearson Air Museum. A gift shop at the fort sells gifts to commemorate your visit. The McLoughlin House is 25 miles south of here in Oregon City.

In California, two hours and 55 minutes south of Bend, is Tule Lake National Monument, a site dedicated to a dark point in American history. It highlights a maximum-security segregation center and internment camp for people of Japanese descent and German and Italian POWs during the Second World War. Ranger-guided tours are available between Memorial Day and Labor Day, making this period the best time to visit the monument. Without the rangers, you can only see the fairgrounds museum. The town of Tulelake offers visitors amenities like gas, food, and shopping nearby.

National Forests Near Bend, Oregon

Deschutes National Forest is 25 minutes southwest of Bend, with the city hosting the forest headquarters. The 1.6-million-acre forest is home to antelope, beavers, black bears, deer, elk, minks, and otters. Hundreds of hiking trails cross the forest, where guests enjoy terrain exploration, fossil collecting, geocaching, hunting, stargazing, water activities, and winter sports. You will find 80 campsites with varying amenities, including Tumalo State Park Campground, with 23 full RV hookup sites starting at $33 per night.

Willamette National Forest sits an hour and a half northwest of Bend, covering 1,675,407 acres in Central Oregon. You can stay up to 14 days within a two-month window in either developed campgrounds or dispersed camping. Several popular hiking trails meander through the forest, including the 4.9-mile, easy-rated Clear Lake Trail. Grab your binoculars to enjoy the birding with chances to glimpse Pacific wren, pileated woodpeckers, sooty grouse, thrush, and the endangered northern spotted owl. You can also stay busy with fishing opportunities, geocaching, hiking, rafting, and skiing.

Ochoco National Forest is two hours and 15 minutes northeast of Bend, near the geographic center of Oregon. It contains 845,498 acres of land and water activities like biking, camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, rafting, stargazing, and wildlife viewing. Some trails, like the 9.3-mile Round Mountain Through Hike, can be challenging, but there is plenty to do in the forest, no matter your physical abilities or interests. Some activities are free, but you will find fees at some day-use sites, camping areas, or permits for activities like tree cutting.

Best National Parks Near Bend, OR

Crater Lake National Park is two hours and 35 minutes southwest of Bend via U.S. Route 97 and then Oregon Highway 62. The geologic feature of interest here is the lake created by the collapse of Mount Mazama over 7,000 years ago. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and, perhaps, also one of the most pristine. The terrain around the collapsed volcano includes caves, forests, lakes, and several mountain peaks that receive the most visitors between July and September. Summers are warm and dry, while the winters are very snowy (the park headquarters gets about 42 feet of snow annually). This park covers 183,224 acres that facilitate camping, fishing, and hiking during the summer and ranger-led snowshoeing tours, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing in winter.

You can visit Mount Rainier National Park using I-5 and other major roadways to get into Washington state. The park, which is about five hours and 20 minutes north of Bend, is open year-round. Mount Rainer gets around 670 inches of annual snowfall, keeping the mountaintop covered throughout the year. Small towns are scattered outside the park, offering basic amenities like gas and food. Sites like Cougar Rock and White River Campgrounds provide RV or tent camping, but they get busy during the dry and warm months of July and August. Sightseeing is the top activity here, and you can enjoy ranger-led activities throughout most of the year. Miles of hiking trails are available to explore, and climbers come from around the world to ascend the 14,410-foot volcanic peak of Mount Rainer.

Lassen Volcanic National Park is five hours and five minutes south of Bend, north of Mineral, California. Visitors come here to see the numerous volcanoes, bubbling mud pots, geysers, and steaming fumaroles. Popular activities in and around the volcanic terrain include backpacking, boating, bird-watching, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, and stargazing. Many sections of the park are closed during the winter. Several campgrounds take reservations, while the Juniper Lake, Warner Valley, and Southwest Walk-in Campgrounds are first come, first served.

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Bend is the largest city in central Oregon, and it sits along the Deschutes River on the eastern edge of the Cascades Mountain Range. Visitors to the area may go whitewater rafting, skiing or paragliding, and some indoor attractions include the Tower Theatre and the Deschutes Historical Museum.

RV Rentals Near Bend, OR

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Bend, OR

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Bend, OR by trip duration?

On average, the price to rent a motorhome is $120-200 per day, $360-600 for three nights, and about $800-1,400 for a week. Some owners will give you a discounted price the more days you rent. Check the listing details or ask the owner directly if you plan to book a longer stay.

What does RVshare Protection cover with my Bend, OR RV rental?

RVshare's protection plan standard package covers Up to $300,000 in comprehensive and collision coverage based on the value of the RV. It also includes free 24/7 roadside assistance and free towing and tire service. For more information on RVshare insurance, click here.

What do I need to know before renting an RV in Bend, OR?

Bend, Oregon is a beautiful town popular with vacationers and outdoor enthusiasts. Several freeways make it easy to get around, and you're close to ski resorts, extinct volcanoes, and lava tubes that are open for exploring.

What are the RV rental requirements in Bend, OR?

There is no special license needed to rent an RV but check in with the state before your trip if you have any questions.

What are some tips for first-time RV renters in Bend, OR?

Renting an RV in Bend, Oregon means beautiful scenery and fun along the Deschutes River. Make sure you have a full tank of gas and plenty of food for your exploring. There are plenty of campgrounds, many with hot showers and access to nearby lakes or the river. Busy season is in summer, so book early to get a spot or go during the off-season if you want to avoid crowds.

What are the minimum age requirements for renting an RV in Bend, OR?

The minimum age requirement for renting an RV is 25.

What is included in my Bend, OR RV rental?

Check your RV listing and ask the owner about what is included with your RV rental. Every rental may not have the same inclusions.

Are there pet friendly RVs for rent in Bend, OR?

Looking for a pet friendly RV rental? Use the pet-friendly filter when searching on RVshare.com to find the perfect one for you!

Can I have my Bend, OR RV rental delivered to a specified location?

Many owners on RVshare.com offer delivery. They will drop the RV off and some will even set it up for you at the campsite. Check the listing or ask the owner to see if this service will be offered and its associated cost.

Are there one way rental options from Bend, OR?

One way costs will strongly depend on your destination. You can use this page to find out what the one way costs may be for your trip.