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Oregon is a lush state with lots of opportunities for fun on the water, with a gorgeous coast edging the Pacific, countless lakes, and rushing rivers. Beautiful waterfront rentals stretch across the state’s waterways, providing natural beauty to enjoy as well as activities like fishing, floating, and paddling. To make the most of it, book one of these idyllic riverfront rentals in Oregon.
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This three-bedroom riverfront home accommodates up to eight, located in a quiet downtown Sisters’ neighborhood. You’ll have access to Wychus Creek right out the back door, a large furnished deck with a gas grill, and seating right next to the creek to dip your toes in. There’s even a private hot tub. Notable features inside include a gas fireplace, flat-screen TV with a DVD and Blu-ray player, plus Netflix streaming capabilities via Wi-Fi. A fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, and a telescope for stargazing are provided too.
The River View Inn sits along the Deschutes River, a short drive from Sunriver Resort and about 30 minutes from Bend. A two-bedroom home for up to four guests, it offers the perfect spot to take advantage of the water by jumping in for a swim, floating in a tube, fishing, or just unwinding with a view. You’ll have it all to yourself, along with the usual comforts of home like a full kitchen, cable TV, Wi-Fi, a fireplace, and laundry facilities. Plus, it’s pet-friendly, so you don’t have to leave your four-legged friend at home.
The Heartland Treehouse offers a romantic stay for two, tucked between two huge fir trees that overlook a steep river canyon. There’s even a waterfall nearby, with the cascades close enough to hear its peaceful sounds. You’ll have a hot tub, a sauna, and a fire pit near the creek for roasting marshmallows under the stars. It includes a kitchen with all the basics, including a coffee maker, a BBQ grill, a TV, and an outdoor hot water shower.
This historic structure includes walls made from Georgia pine and Douglas fir floors while featuring a river rock fireplace to cozy up to, providing that perfect “cabin in the woods” kind of feel. It sits along a pristine stretch of the McKenzie River, known as one of the cleanest in the country, and has a huge screened-in porch for relaxing and enjoying meals with a backdrop of the rushing water. There are two bedrooms, accommodating up to four, a kitchen and a living room with a queen-size sofa bed for extra sleeping space. The master bedroom has its own private bathroom with a tub and a large window seat that looks out to the river.
A two-bedroom retreat for up to six gets, the Bend Dream Getaway sits on a large property and boasts views of the Cascade’s snow-capped peaks while overlooking private Deschutes River frontage. Unwind with the scenic views on the deck while watching the wild ducks float on the pond, or get out on the water with a kayak and paddleboat included seasonally. There’s a rec room with a pool table and Ping Pong too. After a day of fun, cookout on the gas BBQ or prepare a meal in the fully equipped kitchen. You’ll have a SmartTV with Amazon Prime and Wi-Fi too.
Part of the Rogue River Lodge, this private cabin sits along the Rogue River. While it was constructed in 1937, it’s been beautifully renovated with modern amenities, complete with satellite TV and Wi-Fi, but the highlight may be the private hot tub and dry/moist sauna that makes it especially ideal for a romantic couple’s stay. The large deck overlooks the water, and you’ll have easy access to a wide range of activities, including fishing, hiking, rafting, and wine tasting.
Just 40 minutes east of Salem along the Santiam River, this two-bedroom home accommodates four and offers an ideal spot to unwind and enjoy some fishing. It features large windows that showcase the picturesque beauty of the river and provide plenty of natural light. You’ll have a full kitchen with a dishwasher, a BBQ grill, Wi-Fi, and a TV.
This log cabin sits on five acres and offers seemingly endless views with a spacious deck where you can look out at the Deschutes River or just enjoy its tranquil sounds. It’s an ideal space for fishing, wildlife watching, and relaxing, with hiking and rock climbing nearby at Smith Rock and Lake Billy Chinook, while Steelhead Falls is a short hike away. Accommodating up to six, it’s split up into the main house with two bedrooms, one on each of the two floors, plus there’s an apartment above the garage with a bathroom and queen bed. You’ll have Wi-Fi, cable TV, and a washer/dryer too.
Incredibly enchanting, the Riversong Cabin feels as if it should be featured in a storybook. Nestled among moss-draped trees, this is a funky place with lots of character. It sits in a private, gated area with the Sandy River in its backyard, while the national forest is just across the street. It has a huge deck with a built-in BBQ grill and a stone fireplace, with another stone fireplace inside. Enjoy river views from many vantage points and many high-end amenities like a full kitchen with a dishwasher plus another dishwasher in the bar area. There’s a flat-screen HDTV with surround sound in the family room, a flat-screen TV in the master bedroom, and a box TV in the loft with a DVD and VHS player.
A large log home with a matching treehouse fort, this impressive rental is tucked in the woods right along the wild and scenic Rogue River. It has its own half-mile of river frontage with an especially tranquil setting on 120 acres. Enjoy enchanting forest views, the sounds of the river, and direct access to fishing. There’s a gas grill and a large in-ground fire pit if you’re cooking for a crowd, three picnic tables, including one that overlooks the river and one that’s custom-made, seating 14 under the canopy of trees near the treehouse. Inside, there are three bedrooms, sleeping up to eight, a full kitchen, free Wi-Fi, and cable TV.
This family-owned property is spread across nearly 200 forested acres in the foothills of the Willamette Valley. It’s only an hour’s drive from Portland but will immerse you in nature, with the two-bedroom cabin set at the confluence of Trout Creek and the Molalla River, a tributary of the Columbia River. You’ll be surrounded by lush views and wildlife while enjoying the sounds of the rushing water for a peaceful night’s sleep. It has a kitchen that overlooks a picturesque swimming and salmon fishing hole, a hot tub that’s just 20 feet from the river, an outdoor fireplace, a wood-fired grill, and a cedar picnic table too.
This pet-friendly cabin is just steps from Sandy River in Mount Hood Village, offering panoramic views of the water and the forest from multiple rooms, including the open great room, which has a wall of windows and a clear-glass woodstove to cozy up to. The privacy and seclusion, nestled among cedar, pine, and fir trees, makes it ideal for a romantic couples’ stay – you’ll even have a hot tub beneath the trees. Plus, it has a full kitchen with all you need to make your own meals, satellite TV, and a washer/dryer.
A riverside cabin on 1.5 acres, nestled along Crescent Creek in the Deschutes National Forest, this rental offers direct access to marked trails for hiking and excellent opportunities for wildlife watching, including migratory birds and deer. It actually includes two cabins, the main cabin with two bedrooms and a smaller cabin with one, accommodating a total of eight guests. It has a full kitchen, cable TV, washer/dryer, and Wi-Fi, while the grounds include docks on the creek, a hot tub with seating for seven, and a private horse stable.
This historic cabin was built by two Alaskan prospectors in the 1920s. It’s the only cordwood cabin on Mount Hood, which means it uses log slices in the walls to give it a “polka dot” exterior, while rough-hewn timber beams add to the historical character. It includes the original fireplace, assembled by hand with local river rock, a record player with a collection that includes everything from jazz and classical to 80’s and afrobeat, a bathroom with a soaking tub, an HD DVD player, movies, and a flat-screen TV for streaming with Roku. The deck is a great place to relax with a view of the Sandy River, and you’ll have a grill and picnic table for outdoor dining too.
The Riviera des Chutes Cabin sits on the Little Deschutes River, providing a peaceful, quiet setting and picturesque scenery. It includes two bedrooms plus a loft, sleeping 6 to 8 guests, spread over 1,400 square feet plus 500 feet of decking. The huge cathedral windows open to a wooded meadow, deck with a BBQ, and a hot tub for an unforgettable soak. Plus, you’ll be surrounded by opportunities for recreation, including fishing, kayaking, rafting, golfing, and skiing, with the state’s top ski area reached within an hour’s drive. All the essentials are included too, from Wi-Fi and cable TV to a well-stocked kitchen and laundry facilities.