Hoodoo Recreation is the operator of one of the nicest RV parks in Central Oregon, Black Butte Resort, located under the tall pines of Camp Sherman. With patios, picnic areas, volleyball, horseshoes and play areas, the RV Park is a perfect place for a get away or for a get together. Our park features private rest rooms, showers, fire pits and Laundromat. Six secluded units, reminiscent of an old-fashioned Bunkhouse, offer our guests solitude and comfort in the shadow of Black Butte. The motel offers a choice of king size or two double beds. Select rooms have full kitchenettes and all rooms have hide-a-beds, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Both the motel and the RV Park have barbecues available to our guests
A gentle breeze stirs in the treetops, the river murmurs and meanders. Drift a dry fly on a gentle bend, eat dinner on the patio and watch the sunlight, filtered through the needles, turn to orange glow in the evening. The view from Black Butte in the morning, a walk in wildflowers along the river, a private picnic for two – this is the Metolius, these are the moments we remember. Year-round rustic charm and cozy comfort are our hallmarks with a queen bed and a hide-away queen, a modern kitchen and an elegant bathroom. Nestled in the Ponderosas and paneled in warm, knotty pine, our cabin is your base camp, your retreat, your getaway, a stone’s throw from the Metolius.
Breathe, close your eyes and linger at Cold Springs Resort. Soft breezes dance playfully through towering pines and sweep down around you. They whisper of day gone by as they gather up your worries carry them away. There are memories to be made in this exceptional place of timeless beauty. Unwind and listen to the lyrical tumble of the icy Metolius rolling by. Hiking, biking and fishing opportunities abound, or stroll across the rustic log bridge to meander along the river trail. Cozy cabins, fire pits, bar-b-ques, and RV sites make this an easy space to just “be”. It is perfect here for families so children and pets are welcome in this tranquil setting. Come stay with us and discover for yourself the enchantment of this magical place.
House on Metolius is located two miles downriver from the Camp Sherman store, where the Metolius widens and bends through a natural meadow. We have five secluded and comfortable cabins; the Main House with seven bedrooms and a master suite is a unique venue for family reunions and business retreats. The views are among the finest in Oregon, with the snow-capped summits of Mount Jefferson and Three Finger Jack towering over a meadow framed in ponderosa pine. We hope you can join us at House on the Metolius.
You’ll find that time slows down once you step onto our grounds and listen to the breeze blowing in from the surrounding Deschutes National Forest. Our historical resort features 21 unique cabins. Amenities include seasonal swimming pool, stocked trout pond, tennis courts, basketball courts and game area. Main Lodge features a great room, game room, year round restaurant and espresso bar. Family Friendly. Pet Friendly. Catering offered for groups of 20 or more. Plan your getaway, family reunion or wedding. Life is sometimes complicated…come make it simple again!
A collection of immaculate, vintage cabins located under majestic ponderosa pines right on the banks of the Metolius River. Most of our cottages are fully equipped with kitchens and fireplaces. Firewood & BBQs are provided for our guests. All cabins and grounds are non-smoking. Come experience our peaceful setting away from TVs, phones and the hustle & bustle of everyday life. Relax with a book or check out a game from our library or enjoy hiking and biking along the river which is open all year to fly-fishing. Golf, boating, horseback riding and skiing are nearby.
Your perfect Northwest retreat is found along the banks of the cold, clear waters of the picturesque Metolius River. Here nestled among the ponderosa pines and glorious aspens are eleven privately owned cabins distinctively decorated to reflect the northwestern cabin experience. Each features fully equipped kitchens, bed linens, and kitchen and bathroom towels. Known as one of Oregon’s premier fly-fishing rivers, the wild and scenic Metolius offers a challenge to the most skilled fishing enthusiast and flows but steps away from your cabin door. The sound of the river is guaranteed to leave you relaxed and refreshed. A gourmet restaurant, The Kokanee Café, featuring creative northwest cuisine, is conveniently located on site. Reservations for the restaurant may be made by calling 541-595-6420.
The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse opened in August, 2016. The Lodge is a year-round rustic resort on the shore of Suttle Lake in the Deschutes National Forest near Sisters, Oregon. The 15.5-acre property is comprised of a large timber lodge with guest rooms and cocktail bar, fully equipped lakeside cabins, rustic camping cabins, and The Boathouse lakefront restaurant with a grocery and lake recreation rentals. Versions of this resort have been in continuous operation since the 1930s. The focus is on public social spaces: convivial gathering places, Oregon food and drink, and an active and not-so-active lake life. Food menus in the lodge and Boathouse are created by chef Joshua McFadden of Portland’s Ava Gene’s, with cocktails by Sean Hoard of Portland’s The Commissary.
Five miles off the main highway. A world away. Walls carved of pine, a smile for all, and everything you need for a week or a weekend when time stands still. Our specialties are the things you forgot – ice cream on a warm summer day, the sandwich made to order after a morning on the river or a hike to the lookout. A loaf of bread, a bottle of wine, or a microbrew to drink on the patio, if you need it, we have it. Since 1915, the Camp Sherman Store is your provisioner, your grocer, your community hub, your fly shop. In the shadow of the Ponderosas. On the east bank of the Metolius. A world away.
Perched alongside the pristine Metolius River, nestled beneath the vast Ponderosa Pines of Camp Sherman, lies the renowned Kokanee Café. This restaurant is the epitome of quaint and rustic. The atmosphere offers a serene and quiet setting with seating both inside and outside on an enclosed patio. The menu is Pacific Northwest cuisine that is dominated by local game and produce, serving fresh local products, and a wine list that heavily favors the Pacific Northwest. Service is highly professional; the friendly staff has perfected the art of timing, allowing diners to savor each course without becoming impatient for the next. Open May through October. Please call for hours of operation as they may change according to season. 541-595-6420.
Our Restaurant is open year round for breakfast and dinner. The dinner menu is pre-set each week and always features a variety of entrees made from only the freshest, seasonal ingredients—highlighting fresh halibut, range fed beef steaks, wild salmon and Prime Rib. Breakfast includes a full traditional menu featuring our famous eggs Benedict and a variety of omelets. There’s even an Espresso Café, open early every morning all year long, ready to provide your “eye-opener” just the way you like it. The resort is available year-round for intimate destination weddings, family reunions or church retreats. Our relaxed environment is ideal, whether for an informal corporate retreat, team building adventures, or a private board meeting. *Please click the link above for current hours.
The Boathouse- Open seasonally for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the historic Boathouse serves nostalgic, classic “fish shack” fare in a bright, casual atmosphere. Beer, cider and wine are available on tap, as well as classic breakfast drinks and shandys. A great place to enjoy outdoor dining on the deck overlooking Suttle Lake. Open seasonally. Please call the lodge for current hours of operation.
Located inside the main lodge and named after local artist J. Chester “Skip” Armstrong, the Skip Bar offers classic cocktails as well as Skip specialties like the rye-based Interpretive Ranger. A thoughtful wine list featuring new and old world wines and a selection of craft beers are available. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are offered at Skip. Open late during the ski season, with occasional pop up music and art events, a large wood burning fireplace welcomes guests year round. Hours vary during the year. Please call the lodge directly for current hours and events
Split cane and graphite, fur and feathers, floating lines and fluorocarbon. Expect Old World charm, old-fashioned service and the latest fly patterns to fool trout in the Metolius and nearby lakes. We are your full-service fly shop on the river. Find out which hatches are on, what flies you need to match them and what section of the river is hot. We have the latest word on the bull trout, what it takes to tempt a rainbow on top and which high Cascade lakes are fishing best. Check out the collectible bamboo rods in the rod rack or stop in for a tackle rental at the Camp Sherman Fly Shop. Then join us for the Bamboo Rod Fair in July.
Whether you prefer the deep and challenging powder of Hoodoo’s backside, the finely groomed runs of the front side, numerous groomed Nordic trails in the quiet forest surroundings, or a day tubing on the Autobahn with 800 foot thrill-a-second runs, the majesty of Hoodoo’s location has much to offer each and every adventurer. Ticket prices range from $29 to $42 for a regular pass, $16 to $22 for Night skiing, don’t forget Tightwad Tuesday where you can ski all day for $19 and the new to you 2-for-1 Thursday deal just can’t be beat.
Nestled amongst the fragrant Camp Sherman pine trees stands our own Chapel in the Pines. On Sundays, the historic Chapel holds services at 10 a.m. This is a converted rail car from earlier lumber camp days and now hosts non-denominational services. It is also a perfect and charming setting for the celebration of your dreams. If you desire the warmth and intimacy of a small elegant wedding, then the Chapel in the Pines truly is the perfect venue to begin your life together in marriage or to renew your wedding vows. For more information on reserving the Chapel please call 541.549.9971.
The Sisters-Camp Sherman Rural Fire Protection District (District) provides emergency services within the Metolius Basin. The District provides structural and wildland fire response services to 55 square miles of service area including the City of Sisters. The District also provides advanced life support ambulance service to more than 800 square miles of service area including Camp Sherman and the surrounding area. The District works seamlessly with the US Forest Service, Oregon Department of Forestry, Black Butte Ranch Fire District and the Jefferson County Search and Rescue Team to serve the community. Services are provided by a team of highly trained career and volunteer firefighters and paramedics.
Camp Sherman is fortunate enough to have our own zip code and with that we acquired our very own Post Office. The hours of operation are 8:30am to 12:30pm Monday thru Friday. It is located adjacent to the Camp Sherman Store in the heart of “downtown”. Our post office became a year round operation in 1928. The post boxes are of a vintage quality, dating to the early 1900’s, and found the way to their new home from Bandon, Oregon in 1973.The residents of Camp Sherman are most grateful to our postal employees who provide exceptional service to our little community. For any of your post office needs please call 541.595.6868.