Many people think fun in Sunriver is all about the swimming, and the golfing and the hiking. And it is. But there is a whole other side to Sunriver — the side that turns into a snowy winter wonderland come November or December. But what is there to do in Sunriver when the temperatures drop?
If you’re looking for Sunriver winter recreation, you won’t be short on options. One of the biggest draws to Sunriver in the winter comes in the plethora of recreation options. Consider these forms of Sunriver winter recreation during your next visit, or anytime when you’re lucky enough to live here full time.
Planning a trip to Mt. Bachelor in the near future?
With the addition of the new Cloudchaser lift, Mt. Bachelor adds 635 acres of lift-served terrain. This makes Mt. Bachelor the 5th largest ski area in the United States. The new lift and additional terrain make it the perfect time to plan a Mt. Bachelor ski vacation with Village Properties at Sunriver.
For many families, tradition is built on a Sunriver Christmas vacation. Whether you’re escaping the rain in the western part of the state, or seeking snow after a sunny winter down south, you’ll find the perfect makings for a memorable Sunriver Christmas vacation. From the opening of the new Cloudchaser lift at Mt. Bachelor to the annual Traditions celebration at Sunriver Resort, there’s something for everyone when you book your winter holiday vacation with Village Properties at Sunriver.
We’ve been buzzing with excitement in Central Oregon since Mt. Bachelor announced the addition of the new Cloudchaser lift. Cloudchaser, a high-speed detachable quad chairlift, will provide greater protection from the elements during storms and add 635 acres to the lift-served terrain at Mt. Bachelor. With the addition of Cloudchaser, this makes Mt. Bachelor the 5th largest ski area in the United States. Cloudchaser and more terrain provide one more excellent reason to book a Sunriver ski vacation with Village Properties at Sunriver.
Sunriver has been known as a family vacation destination for many years, but there are also many locals who call this beautiful place home. Now that the summer rush has ended, it’s time to plan your Sunriver staycation this fall and enjoy all of the splendors that our home has to offer. You’ve worked hard, enjoy these classically Sunriver fall activities during your staycation.
There’s something magical about Sunriver in the fall. A peaceful retreat, you can enjoy the splendor of starry nights from the comfort of your vacation rental in Sunriver hot tub. There are many reasons to visit Sunriver in the fall, but here are the Village Properties at Sunriver’s top ten.
Exploring the Lava Lands while visiting or living in Sunriver has never been easier. Whether you prefer driving the short distance to the Lava Lands Visitor Center via Highway 97, or taking the Sun-Lava Trail, a 5.5-mile paved bike path that connects with Sunriver and the Benham Falls day use area along the Deschutes River, you’ll be able to see the beautiful, volcanic history that makes up the geography of Central Oregon. Visiting the Lava Lands is one of our favorite things to do near Sunriver and we think you’ll enjoy the sights as well.
Sunriver is a great place to enjoy the splendors of the natural world. While most people first think of the outdoor recreational pursuits associated with Central Oregon, our natural environment brings intrigue and interest. At the Sunriver Nature Center, you can go eye-to-eye with a Great Horned Owl. Kids can touch a reptile and track a porcupine. Naturalists at the Nature Center help keep both you and your children curiously engaged. At the Oregon Observatory at Sunriver, find your favorite constellations and get a glimpse of deep space binary stars. Enjoy observing the natural world around us at the Oregon Observatory and Sunriver Nature Center.