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Comfy and cozy Yurt located on the east bank of the Deschutes River in Maupin, OR, just across from the Deschutes River bridge. This yurt is situated right next door to the Riverrun Lodge and just above several rafting companies and restaurants. The yurt is extremely well equipped to make your stay on the river wonderful. Beautiful view of the river from both of the two decks. We are pet friendly and allow 2 animals maximum.
The yurt is about 700 sq. ft plus a loft bedroom, air-conditioned with high-speed internet and satellite television. Everything is on one level including entry from parking area (parking is restricted to 3 cars), a well-equipped kitchen, washer & dryer, full bathroom (shower only), living area, dining area, two decks and a gas BBQ. Loft has a queen bed and the access is by a secured ladder and you can gaze at the stars thru the large skylight. The living room has a comfortable pull-out queen sofa. The living room also has two recliners, a breakfast bar and a dining room set for 4. Please Note these Non-Negotiable Rental Policies: Groups of up to 4 persons maximum allowed Minimum age to rent the house is 21 years No extra persons allowed over and above rental guests No Smoking in the house No parties at the house Not wheelchair accessible Parking area is not accessible for an RV or a camper No fishing cleats, wading boots or river rafting gear inside the house - you will be charged for any damage done to the property
Surrounded by beautiful high desert scenery and steep canyon walls, the Lower Deschutes River rolls and tumbles as it makes its way north to the Columbia River. Whether you’re a veteran river runner or a first-timer, the Deschutes offers an unmatched whitewater experience. From exciting full-day and half-day trips to unforgettable overnight rafting and camping adventures, the Deschutes promises to thrill. Boasting class I-IV rapids, the Deschutes has a run for everyone. You’ll scream with delight as you splash through Box Car and Oak Springs rapids, two of the most famous plunges on the Deschutes River. Maupin’s experienced guides and outfitters can attend to every detail and ensure you enjoy the best whitewater rafting adventure. Visitors come from all over the world to fish for Deschutes Redside trout, summer steelhead and Chinook Salmon in our beautiful desert canyon. Trout fishing season is open year-round, with peak season beginning in April and running through June. Steelhead may arrive as early as mid-July, with the highest fish counts occurring in August and September and the season extending into the fall. Swinging flies with a two-handed rod is extremely effective for catching a steelhead. The steelhead run includes both wild and hatchery fish, all wild steelhead must be released. We encourage KeepEmWet Fishing principles to sustain the wild fish runs for future generations. Chinook salmon in the Deschutes River are grouped into two runs, Spring Chinook fishing is at its prime May through July and fall Chinook enter the Deschutes during September through October. These fish have historically been an important food source for Native Americans, including members of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs. Visitors to Sherars Falls, can view fishing platforms built by tribal members who are carrying on a tradition practiced for hundreds of years. Whether you try it alone or go with one of Maupin’s knowledgeable local guides, you can be assured of enjoying some of the best fishing and spectacular scenery anywhere.
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Maupin, Oregon, USA

This bright & conveniently located homestead dates to 1919. It's been thoughtfully restored with new bathroom, gas fireplace, fridge, dishwasher, wood flooring, and more. Enjoy the high-desert sunshine and superb trout fly-fishing on the Deschutes River. We are encouraging telecommuters and catering to trout fisherman. A new high-speed fiber WiFi environment is present for getting work-at-home office stuff done during the heat of the day, so you can fish in the am and pm when the bite is best.
Maupin is a small community on a big bend of the Deschutes river, which is one of the best trout/steelhead rivers in the world. The cold waters flow through a high desert which receives about 10" of rainfall a year. In contrast to Portland just a couple hours away, Maupin is sunny most of the year and the air is dry; fragrant with the scent of juniper and sage brush. This house predates the great fire that destroyed most of Maupin in 1922. We know because during our extensive renovation we discovered newspapers used as insulation that dated 1919. There are early photos of the community that show what must have been this one or two room frontier shelter, probably used by the early forest service or loggers. It is right on the main street in town, ideally located near the park, fly shop, library, grocery store, hardware store, and Rainbow Tavern! (a Maupin institution) We've installed new hardwood floors, a new tile bathroom, new appliances (french door fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer stack) and we've also installed a brand new propane fireplace for toasty convenient heat. For work and play, I have installed high speed wireless internet to feed Netflix and HULU on a new LG tv. A work desk and Aeron chair is handy to the stove for getting some work done if need be. Our covered front porch swing is the best place in town to comfortably watch old cars, bike races, and an assortment of other destination rallies. Or relax in the fresh air and read a book. The moon rises across the street in the summer and there is a swift colony in the chimney of the Tudor house you may see if you're lucky enough to be present at the right time. We also have recently finished a beautiful grotto out back with comfy chairs, a fire pit (seasonal ban), and grill. We string a sun shade in the summer. There is an outdoor shower if you're hot. (in temperature or appearance) We planted a living fossil in front! Thought extinct for millions of years, Dawn Redwood dates back to Mesozoic times, some 150 million years ago. Living Dawn Redwoods were "discovered" in West Central China in 1941. Unlike its Redwood Family relatives, Dawn Redwood is a deciduous tree, losing its bronze leaves each autumn and unfurling bright green, silky new needles in spring. A truly unique and fascinating tree, rich in history and beautiful to behold. Dawn Redwood grows very rapidly, easily reaching heights of more than 100 feet at maturity. Say hello to our metasequoia.
We have completely remodeled and restored this house as a cozy sanctuary, paying tribute to its past and upgrading with modern comfort conveniences like new memory foam mattresses, wifi, and a new dishwasher. The environment is conducive to both focused work (if you're able to telecommute) and general relaxation (fishing and nature).
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Hytte


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Maupin, Oregon, USA

Established in 1884 by early pioneer William Asbury Townsend, the BuckHorn Ranch invites you to experience the John Day River Territory's high-country. Let our restored ranch house be your home base for exploring this unique slice of Oregon.
Our two-story home is fully equipped so you can relax and enjoy your stay. Main floor consists of master bedroom with a king bed, plus two additional bedrooms, each with two extra-long twin beds. There are also two full baths. There are two more bedrooms upstairs, each with two standard single beds. Large dinning room is perfect for family meals and gatherings. Propane and regular (charcoal is provided) barbecues with tables /chairs on the back deck. Also, extra frig on back porch for those cold drinks. Dogs and horses are welcome: Dogs - please see "house rules". Horses - corral is available. Our horse barn is currently under renovation - we hope to offer comfy stalls in 2017.
For over a hundred years the BuckHorn Ranch has been a cornerstone of the Mayville Flats wheat, horse and cattle ranching community. It is now dedicated to preserving the habitat of the wildlife that call this high plateau their home - so your neighbors will be deer, antelope, elk, bighorn sheep, coyotes, upland game birds, hawks, eagles, badgers and maybe, a bunny or two. There are restaurants, saloons (bars), gas stations and grocery in Condon, 16 miles (20 minutes away) and Fossil, 19 miles (about 30 minutes). Nightlife could be a trip to Crossed Rifles BarB-Que Fossil or sitting on the deck stargazing (which can be amazing!) The new Cottonwood Canyon State Park on the John Day River is just 39 miles away (approx. a 50 minute drive) and the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument & Painted Hills is a nice day trip...or you can dig your own fossils near the high school in Fossil. All the tools & info you will need are available at the Paleo Center, across from the Court House in Fossil. There are also interesting historical museums in both Condon & Fossil. John Day River trips are available through local outfitters; reservations are necessary. We can provide contact information if you need it.
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Condon, Oregon, USA

Рядом с моим жильем парки, рестораны и кафе, отличные виды и пляж. Вам понравится, ведь в моем жилье есть виды, люди, атмосферность и пространство у дома. Мое жилье подходит для: пары, соло-путешественникoв, деловые путешественники и семьи (с детьми).
Расположение нашего жилья подходит как и для передвижения городским транспортом, так и для прогулок пешком. Дом находится на пересечение центральных улиц, старого и нового бульвара. Центральный пляж в 100 метрах от дома. Море можно посещать несколько раз в день без особых усилий.
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Hus


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Georgia, Georgia, USA

Reserve a camping space in the eclipse totality on our ranch near Shaniko. This large open property includes thirty irrigated acres for comfortable camping, ponds for swimming, floating or fly fishing, and clear open sky for eclipse viewing. The property is easily accessible and right off of highway 97. We will provide portable toilets, but this is a leave-no-trace, pack it in, pack it out campsite. Please message me about smaller groups for the eclipse or if you have any other questions.
The charming little ghost town of Shaniko is very close.
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Shaniko, Oregon, USA

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Shaniko campsite for 10
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