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Staying in a lakefront or riverfront Airbnb not only means beautiful water views, but you’ll never run out of things to do. You can just walk out your door and enjoy everything from swimming and floating to fishing, kayaking and more. When it comes to Airbnb options in Oregon, you’ll have many to choose from, including these.
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This beautiful four-bedroom cabin accommodates up to eight guests along the eastern shore of Klamath Lake near historic downtown Klamath Falls. Enjoy a birdwatchers’ paradise and your own private pebble beach along with opportunities for canoeing, paddleboarding and fishing (canoes and paddleboards included). Inside, you’ll have a spectacular lakefront view, a huge kitchen, propane and charcoal grill, pool table, board games and ping pong. Look forward to cozying up to the fireplace with wood provided too.
Enjoy a stunning 180-degree view of Woahink Lake from the upstairs of this two-story home. It includes two bedrooms, sleeping up to four, with a private 40-foot deck, a jet ski ramp, sandy beach and BBQ for grilling out. Enjoy fishing, boating, wakeboarding, water-skiing, swimming, sailing, kayaking, jet-skiing, windsurfing, SUP boarding, hiking and buggy rides on the dunes. The house has a full kitchen and dining room, living room, laundry room, cable TV and Wi-Fi. You can even wake up to a glorious sunrise from your bedroom window too.
This magnificent lake cabin sits across 640 forested acres right along Tumalo Lake. Just 12 miles from downtown Bend, it has two bedrooms, sleeps up to five and includes a private hot tub while being perfectly situated for enjoying a wide range of activities. It’s surrounded on all sides by the Deschutes National Forest with endless trails for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. A swimming dock, kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, snowshoes, horseshoes and corn hole games are all included, and you can look forward to gathering around the fire pit too. The interior is just as impressive with the first-floor open floor plan including radiant heated floors, while the living area has a wood-burning stove and huge windows that showcase the lake views.
The River View Inn is a two-bedroom home just steps from the Deschutes River, providing the perfect spot to relax with a view, jump in for a swim or float across the water in a tube. It’s located 30 minutes from Bend and just a short drive from the Sunriver Resort. Accommodating up to four guests it includes a full kitchen, cable television, Wi-Fi, a fireplace and laundry facilities.
Trout Creek Camp is a family-owned property that sits across nearly 200 forested acres with streams and wildlife, nestled in the foothills of the Willamette Valley just an hour’s drive from Portland. The two-bedroom rustic cabin sits right on the confluence of Trout Creek and the Molalla River, a tributary of the Columbia River, offering the chance to fall peacefully asleep to the sounds of the rushing water. It includes a kitchen that overlooks a pretty swimming and salmon fishing hole, and a hot tub that’s just 20 feet from the river. There’s an outdoor fireplace, a wood-fired grill and cedar picnic table too.
Just a few feet from the lake, watch wildlife like deer, river otters, bald eagles, great blue herons, ducks and geese. Set on a farm, you’ll also have the opportunity to meet the host’s friendly animals too. The house, decorated in “vintage traveler style,” accommodates up to four with one bedroom and three beds. There are TVs in both the bedroom and living room, along with books, games and movies, and you’ll also have a full bathroom and washer/dryer. Those who like to fish can bring a pole and cast their line right off the deck.
This riverfront home is just 40 minutes east of Salem and sleeps up to four guests in two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. It sits along the Santiam River, perfectly situated for fishing or just relaxing while enjoying the picturesque views. You’ll enjoy plenty of natural light thanks to the large windows which also showcases the beauty of the river, along with all the essentials like a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable beds and Wi-Fi.
This large log home with a matching treehouse fort is nestled in the woods along the wild and scenic Rogue River, with a half-mile of river frontage providing a magical setting on 120 acres with enchanting forest views. Enjoy the peaceful sounds of the river and direct access to fishing, along with a gas grill and a large in-ground fire pit when you need to grill up large amounts. You’ll have three picnic tables, including one on the deck, another overlooking the river, and a custom-made table that sits 14 under the canopy of trees near the treehouse. You’ll have all the comforts of home inside too, including Wi-Fi, cable TV and a full kitchen.
This one-bedroom house for two offers an ideal romantic retreat tucked into the Willamette Forest just above Hills Creek Reservoir close to many scenic trails. Enjoy access to hiking, mountain biking, fishing, boating, skiing and snowboarding as well as games on the expansive lawn area and cooking out on the patio. There’s a propane fire to warm up with while the home includes a private entrance, hardwood floors, air conditioning and a memory foam bed. It’s the perfect place to disconnect with no Wi-Fi available in the area.
This two-bedroom getaway for up to six sits on an expansive property that overlooks the snow-capped peaks of the Cascades while providing private Deschutes River frontage. Look forward to serene mountain views and grilling out on the gas BBQ on the deck which overlooks a pond with wild ducks – a paddle boat and kayak are included seasonally for enjoying it. There’s also a recreation room with ping pong and pool, and an extensive vinyl collection available on request. You’ll have a fully equipped kitchen, excellent Wi-Fi and a SmartTV with Amazon Prime.
Tree-Top Lodge is a two-bedroom chalet sleeping up to eight that’s tucked in the hills with private hiking trails overlooking Tenmile Lake in Lakeside just north of Coos Bay. A beautiful space with a well-equipped kitchen that includes a coffee bar, you’ll have plenty of modern amenities like SmartTVs and high-speed Wi-Fi, along with fire pits and a deck that’s ideal for stargazing.
This fishing cottage in Lakeside sits on picturesque Tenmile Lake and comes with its own dock and boathouse. If you don’t have your own boat, you can rent one nearby at Ringo’s Lakeside Marina. It accommodates up to four guests in one bedroom plus a sofa bed in the family room, and also includes a full equipped kitchen, dining room, TV and a wood stove. From the deck, enjoy grilling on the BBQ, relaxing with a beautiful view and gorgeous sunsets over the water.
The perfect place to escape the chaos of modern life, this beautiful two-bedroom cabin accommodating up to four guests can only be accessed by boat, ensuring a tranquil stay. It sits on Tenmile Lake and comes with a full kitchen and a family room with a SmartTV, although there is no Wi-Fi, allowing guests to totally disconnect and immerse themselves in nature. You’ll have a patio features with a gas BBQ and table for dining alfresco along with endless lake views. With Oregon’s top bass fishing lake at your doorstep, you won’t want to forget your fishing gear. Boats can be rented from Ringo’s, with a launch right next to it.
Enjoy stunning views of Pine Hollow Lake and Mount Hood from this beautiful lakefront home. It features 2,200 square feet of space, sleeping up to eight in three bedrooms, and includes two living rooms, with huge windows that bring the impressive outdoor scenery in. There’s an area along the shore for relaxing and swimming, along with a full wrap-around deck just steps from the clear water, perfect for fishing and sipping your morning coffee with a view. The kitchen is well stocked for cooking your own meals, and you’ll also have a washer/dryer, Wi-Fi and cable TV.
This riverside cabin is the perfect place to enjoy peace and solitude, set on 1.5 acres in Crescent Lake eight miles from Willamette Pass ski resort. It’s tucked along Crescent Creek in the Deschutes National Forest and offers direct access to marked trails for hiking, and wildlife watching, including deer and migratory birds. It includes two cabins, the main cabin with two bedrooms and one bath, and a smaller cabin with one bedroom and a half-bath. The property includes a private horse stable, docks on the creek, and a soothing hot tub with room for up to seven. You’ll have a fully equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi, washer/dryer and cable TV too.