by Joanna Nesbit
Sunriver is a planned private and resort community on 3,300 acres, 15 miles south of Bend. Resort amenities abound and include 40 miles of pathways for pedestrians and bicycles, three pools, two parks, 26 tennis courts, golf courses, an observatory, bike rentals and daily shuttles to Mt. Bachelor for skiing. The resort also offers lots of family activities, such as a summer concert series, holiday activities with bonfire S’mores, a tree lighting, sleigh rides, a marina area with boat rentals and classes, ropes course and horseback riding. Families will find a variety of lodging options. The Lodge Village offers guestrooms with fireplaces and one king or two doubles, as well as larger suites with an open floor plan, loft area, and kitchenette that can accommodate six. The River Lodges offer views and several suite options similar to the Lodge Village suites. Or opt for a two/three-bedroom Caldera Springs Cabins or a vacation rental. Families will find a number of dining options for all palates.
Our Editor Loves
- Lots of activities for families
- Bicycle paths and bike rentals
- Suites and vacation rentals available
- All Inclusive Rates
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
From the moment you drive to the lobby area, you get the feeling that we were going to be pampered and surprised. There's an over abundance of activities and eateries within the resort itself as well as in the near by areas. It's up to you to make your choice of surprise fun, and comfort all within reach.
Sunriver in September is a great destination. Take a leisurely stroll through the grounds, grab a burger at Sunriver Brewing, sip an Old Fashioned at the Twister River Tavern, and soak in the beautiful spa at The Cove. A perfect fall getaway in the Pacific Northwest.