Bend, on the sunny side of Oregon, offers a year-round playground! LOGE Bend is the closest in-town property to Mt Bachelor, with a 20 minute drive for your escape to the mountain, but only a 15 minute bike ride to the breweries downtown! Our unique location puts you right on the connector trails to the popular "Phil's Trail" for mountain biking or just strolling along the river. Whatever your activity of choice, Bend has it all! Rock climb, River Raft, Ski, Bike, Paddle...the list goes on!
Where to find it
LOGE Bend is a short 20 minute drive to Mt Bachelor and a 15 minute bike ride to downtown.
Good to know
A few of our favorite amenities include:
Bike Tuning Stations + Retail Store
Raleigh City Cruisers - free for guests
Located directly on hike and MTB bike trail system
Grassy lawn and hammocks for hanging out
BBQ area w/ Traeger Grills
Take your pick from our fleet of winter gear, designed for a roaring good time. We have everything from XC skis to sleds for the whole family. Our rental shop is open daily from 9am-5pm. Reserve your gear now so it’s ready when you arrive.
The people behind the property
LOGE Camps is the hotel that gets you outdoors. Inspired by the surf, climbing and camping culture of the 70’s and the relaxed energy of a road trip with friends, LOGE inspires people to get out and explore together.
We find forgotten motels near our favorite towns and trails, and bring them back to life with a variety of ways to stay like hotel rooms, hostel bunks, and campsites. From on-site gear rentals to fire pits and free live music, LOGE delivers a welcoming outdoor-adventure focused experience at each of its locations.
We believe that more responsible users of the outdoors creates more people that will fight for the protection of our wild places, and therefore give 1% of top line revenue at each location to a local non-profit that fosters responsible outdoor use. Our sponsorship partners include The Surfrider Foundation, Northwest Avalanche Association, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, and Central Oregon Trail Association.
Oh, and incase you were wondering…it’s pronounced “lodge”.
Bonus: it stands for Live Outside, Go Explore!