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The Weather in Camp Sherman
Check out the climate diagram for Camp Sherman. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Discover Oregon's natural world with vacation rentals in Camp Sherman
Stay in a cozy Camp Sherman cabin with river-front views and you’ll never want to leave. Comfortable, modern furnished houses with big open fireplaces for the winter exemplify this destination, but make sure you put your shoes on and get outside to enjoy a range of outdoor recreation.
Don’t forget the kids: there’s plenty to impress them at Camp Sherman
Kids will love their stay in Camp Sherman. Take them to the Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery to observe the process, and spot eagles feeding above. Discover native animals living in their natural conditions at the High Desert Museum. With otter and lynx, porcupine and owls, kids will remember this place for a long time to come.
Go horse riding out of Black Butte, or hire a canoe, kayak, or stand-up paddle board and take to the lakes with the family. Try fly fishing or hire some big-wheeled bikes. There’s fun for all the family to be had in and around Camp Sherman.
Discover Oregon: music, museums and artisan ale
If all that nature has left you itching for some city action, you could head to Portland, which is two and half hours away by car. Famed for its chic cafes and microbreweries, Portland is packed with activities. From the Portland Art Museum to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, there’s plenty to keep you occupied.
Closer to home is Detroit, with its art deco architecture and Eastern Market. Even that’s too far, head to Marion Forks, where the Timber Museum tells the story of the first white settlers in the area. To the south of Camp Sherman is the town of Sisters. Offering local live music and a range of dining options, this lovely town has a charm of its own and is a great place to spend an evening.
Balancing rocks and picturesque views
Whatever outdoor activities you like, Camp Sherman has it all. Located on the Metolius River, under the watchful gaze of Mt. Jefferson, you’ll be hard pressed to be bored. Visit the Oregon Hoodoos to see precarious balancing rocks, or enjoy panoramic views of the Deschutes National Forest at Green Ridge Lookout.
Cycle the McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway, or walk the Black Butte Trail to soak up the ambience of a diverse range of forest backdrops. This one-day hike climaxes at an elevation of almost 6500 feet, and will reward you with fabulous views of the surrounding rivers at the top. If walking’s not your thing, take a bus tour of the main camp to discover Camp Sherman’s importance in the first World War.
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