Find yourself in the beautiful outdoors of Oregon

From calm, serene walks through the woods, to some of the best single-track mountain biking in the country, you can find it all at Caldera Springs. Put on your walking shoes and explore nearly nine miles of paved paths and soft trails that wind their way through Caldera Springs. Walk or jog among Ponderosa pines, across lush meadows and along beautiful lakes and bubbling streams.

Bike Magazine named Bend, Oregon one of “America’s Five Best Mountain Bike Towns,” so test your brakes and adjust your gears and get ready for hundreds of exhilarating rides throughout the Cascades Lakes Highway loop. It’s right outside Caldera Springs and Sunriver, close enough to finish a beautiful morning ride and still get back in time for breakfast. And if you’re looking for a more moderate trail, there’s a nice 3-mile ride along the Deschutes River and through the National Forest from the north end of Sunriver Resort up to Benham Falls. This trail makes for a great day hike as well.

Fishing at Caldera Springs and nearby

Anglers delight in exclusive access to the crystal clear lakes and streams at Caldera Springs. Obsidian and Trailmere Lakes are both well stocked with rainbow trout, so come ready to cast your lure and relax with hours of great fishing. It’s a great way to introduce someone new to the joy of fishing too.

Central Oregon also offers some of the best fly-fishing in the world. The melt from snow-blanketed mountains has created a natural water park of 150 lakes and 500 miles of rivers and streams. Bring your rod and reel to the Cascades Lakes and fish the dozens of watering holes teeming with trout. If rivers are more your speed, you’ll find the Deschutes, Metolius, Warm Springs, and Crooked and Fall rivers are all beautiful to fish.

Tranquil canoeing and kayaking

Caldera Springs has seven acres of lakes and miles of streams that are ideal for canoeing and kayaking. As an owner, you have access to the kayaks and canoes that are waiting by the dock, so you can always go for a tranquil tour of the area at any time. The refreshing lakes and sparkling streams throughout Caldera Springs are easy to navigate and a joy to explore. For more tranquil water fun, head out to Sparks Lake at the foot of Mt. Bachelor and canoe its placid waters.

Whitewater kayaking and rafting

Does whitewater just call to you? Or have you been waiting for the right place to try whitewater kayaking or rafting? You’re in the right place. Central Oregon has dozens of prime rivers that just call out to kayakers. Of course, if you want a bigger wild river thrill, you can jump in a whitewater raft and take on the Class IV rapids at Big Eddy on the Deschutes River.

Connect with friends and family at the welcoming Lake House

Relax in the Lake House with a game of pool, a movie on the large-screen TV, or a bite at the Zeppa Bistro. Or just step outside for an evening cocktail or a cup of hot cocoa by the lake. On cool nights, you can enjoy the warmth of the stone fireplace outside, and take in the beautiful sights and sounds of an Oregon evening.

Want to play in the water?

Go for a swim in the Quarry Pool or rediscover your inner child as you glide down the Lava Slide and splash into the water. In addition to the slide, the Quarry Pool has a cascading waterfall, a splash deck, and plenty of room for everyone to relax. The pool blends magically into Obsidian Lake, creating a beautiful illusion similar to an infinity pool to easily brings you back into the present. There are also two private hot tubs that are open year round.

Playgrounds, Sports Courts and the Fitness Center
Beyond the Quarry Pool, you can also take advantage of the Fitness Center, the playgrounds and the sports courts. In the Fitness Center you’ll find a well-equipped exercise room that’s perfect for maintain your workouts while on vacation. There are also tennis and basketball courts and plenty of room to play softball, soccer or to work on your Frisbee skills at Ponderosa Park. The outdoor play area also rock climbing and swings. At Caldera Springs, there is something for everyone, there’s even easy access to horses at the Sunriver Stables next door.

Take in a round of relaxing golf

Bob Cupp designed the Caldera Links and Gold Park for the entire family, so here you’ll find a nine-hole course that’s approachable and fun. The course ranges from 70 to 150 yards and is ideal for golfers of all skill levels. We also have three regulation-length holes that are perfect for practicing with every club in your bag. More experienced golfers can also visit the Sunriver Resort, which features three of Oregon’s finest 18-hole championship courses: Meadows, Woodlands and the world-class Crosswater Club.

Winter at Caldera Springs

When the snow falls, Caldera Springs becomes a winter wonderland. The endless snow-clad trails are perfect for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, and the Ponderosa Pines are just beautiful to behold in the winter. And when you get back from your winter adventure, you can always look forward to warming up with your beverage of choice at the Lake House.

Beyond the trails, you can also head up to Mt. Bachelor, training site for the US Olympic Ski Teams. Mt. Bachelor averages 370 inches of snow per year, and is becoming a snowboarding Mecca as well. There are 71 runs to challenge every level of skier or snowboarder, from green runs for first timers to expert double-black. You can also cross-country ski on over 35 miles (56 km) of tracked trails at the Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center, or venture out along the endless pristine trails that thread through the area’s national forests.