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Cozy Home with Deck, Private Hot Tub, Shared Pools, Saunas & Golf - Dogs OK

 

$243 per night
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Lovely Home with Black Butte View & Large Deck - Shared Hot Tubs, Pools & More

 

$292 per night
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New listing! Unique & secluded forest home w/ shared pool & hot tub access

 

$185 per night

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Black Butte Ranch house rentals

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Dog-friendly home w/ private sauna, golf course view & shared pool!
$376 per night
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2 King Master Suites, Dog Friendly, Hot tub,
$427 per night
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Quiet retreat with WiFi, washer/dryer, pool, & hot tub - dogs welcome
$200 per night
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On the golf course w/ access to resort amenities (hot tubs, pools, more)!
$361 per night
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Black Butte Ranch Home with THE View
$642 per night
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Family retreat on Black Butte Ranch
$350 per night
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Sunlit Black Butte home, steps from Pool/Rec Ctr!
$350 per night
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Large Black Butte Home With Private Hot Tub
$750 per night
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Black Butte Ranch 4-bd Golf home on 17th fairway
$325 per night
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Twisted Pine Retreat
$350 per night
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Spectacular views and superb location
$350 per night
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Location, location, location! 3 bdrm/3.5 bath - short walk to Glaze Meadow Pool, tennis courts, playground, pickle ball, and bike/ski rental
$332 per night

Black Butte Ranch condo rentals

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Country House Condo with a View
$225 per night
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VIEWS! 1 BLK to TOWN,NEW+Spotless, pets ok- NORTH
$176 per night
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Beautiful Sisters Condo - Great location
$238 per night
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Private, Quiet 2 Bedroom Condo w/ Pool & Hot Tub
$208 per night
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Cottonwood, Cozy 1 Level, 1 Bdrm, Quiet, Walk/Bike
$198 per night
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The Three Sisters 2 bdrm/2 bath home located in Pine Meadow Village next to the clubhouse with pool/hot tub
$157 per night
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Birch Ste, Park/Walk/Shop/Hike in Heart of Sisters
$199 per night
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Riley`s Mt View - Walk to everything in Sisters from this spacious Sisters Vacation Condo in Pine Meadow Village. Sleeps up to 6 and includes free access to PMV amenities, including seasonal pool and hot tub across the street.
$249 per night
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Fourth Sister Retreat - Great location with community pool & hot tub
$203 per night
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Renovated Sisters Condo; perfect getaway!
$261 per night
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VIEWS! 1 BLK to TOWN,NEW+Spotless, pets ok- MIDDLE
$176 per night
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VIEWS! 1 BLK to TOWN,NEW+Spotless, pets ok- SOUTH
$176 per night

Black Butte Ranch cabin rentals

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Dog-Friendly Cabin W/ Gas Fireplace, Shared Hot Tub, Pool, Sauna, & Free WiFi!
$148 per night
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Cozy Well-Furnished Cabin with Access to Shared Pools, Hot Tubs, Sauna & Tennis
$201 per night
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Cozy Black Butte Cabin W/ Gas Fireplace, Private Hot Tub, Free WiFi & Deck!
$254 per night
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Black Butte Ranch: Modern Cabin Retreat, sleeps 8
$423 per night
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Red Clover Cabin at Black Butte Ranch
$315 per night
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Bright and Updated Fairway Cabin
$317 per night
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Newly remodeled cabin with bikes & Tesla charger
$250 per night
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Dog-friendly cabin w/ deck, mountain views & access to shared pools & hot tubs!
$371 per night
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Rustic-Chic Home with Patio and Resort Pools, Hot Tubs, Fitness Center, and More
$241 per night
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The Black Beaut Cabin
$879 per night
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Black Butte Ranch Family Style
$336 per night
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Camp Sherman Oregon Private Cabin Mt Jefferson
$161 per night

Your guide to Black Butte Ranch

Welcome to Black Butte Ranch

Many Pacific Northwesterners have fond childhood memories of family getaways to Black Butte Ranch, a central Oregon resort community set in the shadow of an extinct volcano and surrounded by the rugged Deschutes National Forest. Established in 1970 on an old cattle ranch, the sprawling 1,800-acre (728.4-ha) property lays claim to all manner of homes, ranging from cozy and rustic to impressively contemporary.

It’s a favorite all-season vacation spot because you really don’t have to go anywhere to enjoy the pristine outdoors. Its miles of paths are popular with cyclists, who zip between the many recreational facilities: on-site golf courses, tennis and basketball courts, and the sparkling lakeside pool (one of six pools on the property). Paddling, biking, fishing, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing are a few of the many pastimes here. The ranch is also a convenient basecamp for exploring the region’s iconic trails, rivers, waterfalls, and snow-dusted mountains.


How do I get around Black Butte Ranch?

There’s no good way around it: Black Butte Ranch requires a car to get to and easily explore. So load up the bikes, the golf clubs, and the swim gear for a road trip. It takes 45 minutes to drive to the ranch from Bend, the region’s largest town. Plan on about two hours of road time from Eugene and Salem, or three hours from Portland. If you’re coming from out of state, you’re more likely to fly into the Portland International Airport (PDX), though a smaller number of airlines also offer direct flights to the Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) in Redmond, a 30-minute drive away.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Black Butte Ranch?

Summer is high time for family vacations here. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the parking lots tend to get packed at popular trailheads and natural sites around the region. The pace slows in late spring and early fall, when the crisp air and often sunny skies are perfect for cycling the trails and hitting the golf courses. Holiday trips to the ranch in November and December are a tradition for some families. Hiking boots get swapped out for skis and snowshoes come winter, when the slopes and Nordic ski trails fill up at the nearby Hoodoo Ski Area.


What are the top things to do in Black Butte Ranch?

Black Butte Trail

Climb up an extinct volcano for panoramic views of the evergreen forests and towering mountain peaks of the Cascade Range. The trail starts at the Black Butte Trailhead, maintained by the Deschutes National Forest. It’s a moderate 2-mile climb to the summit, where you’ll find one of the state’s many fire lookout towers (not open for public access). In summer, show up early to catch the sunrise without the crowds.

Suttle Lake Day Use Area

Revisit the days of summer camp getaways at this quaint lakeside hangout, where you can lounge by the clear waters of the 253-acre (102.3-ha) lake. An easy trail rings the lake’s wooded shores. The on-site restaurant and craft cocktail bar make this a scenic dinner destination on summer evenings.

Skylight Cave

For a more off-the-grid day trip into the Deschutes National Forest, drive remote roads to reach one of central Oregon’s most magical spots: an ancient lava tube, where sun filters through naturally formed skylights, an effect that photographers seek out on sunny mornings, when the light beams through the holes and inches across the cave floor. Come prepared with hiking boots, keeping in mind you need to climb down a sturdy metal ladder to enter. The cave is only open from May through September to protect the resident bats.