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Activities In Crescent

  • Willamette Pass Resort

    Just 500 feet away from the Shelter Cove entrance, Willamette Pass has 29 fun and exciting downhill runs, a vertical drop of 1,563 feet, and six lifts, including the state’s only high speed six pack; Willamette Pass offers a wide variety of activities the whole family will enjoy. Great for skiing and snowboarding, as well as mountain biking in the off-season.

    Milepost 62 on Highway 58
    Crescent, 97733
  • La Pine State Park

    At La Pine State Park, you will find a subalpine pine forest where the air has that high-Cascades tang or next to a twisting alongside cold river brimming with trout (and a nearby legendary fly fishing spot).

    15800 State Recreation Rd
    La Pine, 97739
  • Davey Jones Fishing Locker

    Dave Jones and Julie Collis, two fishing experts, will be sure to show you the ins and the outs of Odell Lake, the Kokanee capital of the United States.

    27600 Crescent Lake Hwy
    Crescent, 97733
  • Pacific Trail

    This trail spans 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada. It reveals the beauty of the desert, unfolds the glaciated expanses of the Sierra Nevada, travels deep forests, and provides commanding vistas of volcanic peaks in the Cascade Range.

    Highway 58
    Crescent, 97733
  • Odell Lake

    Shelter Cove Resort and Marina at Odell Lake offers great birding opportunities, and is the home to as many as 6 pairs of eagles.

    27600 Crescent Lake Hwy
    Crescent, 97733
  • Deutsches National Forest

    Deutsches National Park surrounds Shelter Cove Resort and Marina with lush greenery, wildlife, and a picturesque landscape.

    63095 Deschutes Market Road
    Bend, 97701
  • Gold Lake Sno-Park

    Gold Lake Sno-park is the highest in elevation of all three Willamette Pass area Sno-parks. Snowmobiling, snowboarding, and skiing are activities often enjoyed at this park.

    Milepost 61.5 on Oregon Highway 58
    Oakridge, 97463

Activities In Crescent

Willamette Pass Resort

Just 500 feet away from the Shelter Cove entrance, Willamette Pass has 29 fun and exciting downhill runs, a vertical drop of 1,563 feet, and six lifts, including the state’s only high speed six pack; Willamette Pass offers a wide variety of activities the whole family will enjoy. Great for skiing and snowboarding, as well as mountain biking in the off-season.

Milepost 62 on Highway 58
Crescent, 97733

La Pine State Park

At La Pine State Park, you will find a subalpine pine forest where the air has that high-Cascades tang or next to a twisting alongside cold river brimming with trout (and a nearby legendary fly fishing spot).

15800 State Recreation Rd
La Pine, 97739

Davey Jones Fishing Locker

Dave Jones and Julie Collis, two fishing experts, will be sure to show you the ins and the outs of Odell Lake, the Kokanee capital of the United States.

27600 Crescent Lake Hwy
Crescent, 97733

Pacific Trail

This trail spans 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada. It reveals the beauty of the desert, unfolds the glaciated expanses of the Sierra Nevada, travels deep forests, and provides commanding vistas of volcanic peaks in the Cascade Range.

Highway 58
Crescent, 97733

Odell Lake

Shelter Cove Resort and Marina at Odell Lake offers great birding opportunities, and is the home to as many as 6 pairs of eagles.

27600 Crescent Lake Hwy
Crescent, 97733

Deutsches National Forest

Deutsches National Park surrounds Shelter Cove Resort and Marina with lush greenery, wildlife, and a picturesque landscape.

63095 Deschutes Market Road
Bend, 97701

Gold Lake Sno-Park

Gold Lake Sno-park is the highest in elevation of all three Willamette Pass area Sno-parks. Snowmobiling, snowboarding, and skiing are activities often enjoyed at this park.

Milepost 61.5 on Oregon Highway 58
Oakridge, 97463

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