Following the line of the Cascade Range to its east, the Deschutes National Forest protects the dense old-growth forests that surround the mountains and climb up their slopes. Five wilderness areas are protected by the forest, each with a unique landscape. Visitors can expect panoramic views from summits and pristine alpine lakes throughout the park. The area has 250 discovered caves, six major rivers, and space across 1.8 million acres for every imaginable outdoor activity, including excellent hiking and skiing on renowned stratovolcano Mount Bachelor. The national forest surrounds the city of Bend, where the forest headquarters are located, which offers plenty of charm as well as a range of recreational activities. We have put together a list of accommodations that situate Glampers in intimate proximity to the region’s lush environs. Unwind after an active day with a dip in the hot tub at a cozy cabin or a barbeque at a luxury lodge in one of these picturesque rentals in the backyard of Deschutes National Forest.