- Located just 29 miles northwest of Bend on Highway 20.
- Play 18 holes of golf on one of two championship golf courses.
- Hike, bike, or ride horseback on miles of trails surrounded by the beauty of Central Oregon.
- Choose from a variety of lodging options, including luxury rental homes.
If you’re planning to visit Bend, be sure to set aside some time to stay at Black Butte Ranch just east of the majestic Cascade Mountains. Nestled amidst towering Ponderosa pines and groves of aspen trees, guests of this beautiful resort have enjoyed relaxation and recreation for over 30 years. In addition to two of the top golf courses in the Northwest, Black Butte Ranch also boasts many other amenities including tennis courts, swimming pools, horse stables, a spa, shops, three restaurants, and a variety of lodging options.
Location & Information
On Highway 20 at milepost 93, you’ll find Black Butte Ranch. Sisters is 7 miles east of the ranch. Black Butte Ranch, OR is approximately 29 miles northwest of Bend.
Contact Information: The address for Black Butte Ranch Oregon is: 13899 Bishops Cap, Black Butte Ranch, Oregon 97759. Phone: 866-901-2961. Visit the Black Butte Ranch Resort website here: http://www.blackbutteranch.com/
- Golf – Avid and novice golfers alike will enjoy the two award-winning golf courses at Black Butte Ranch.
- Spring through Fall Recreation – During the warmer months visitors to the ranch can enjoy biking, hiking, and horseback riding on scenic trails. There are 5 swimming pools and 19 tennis courts for those who want a fun workout. Guests can also enjoy boating, fishing, kayaking, river rafting, and birdwatching.
- Winter Recreation – Guests can enjoy snowshoeing and Nordic skiing on the Ranch during the snowy winter months. Downhill skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes at Hoodoo Ski area which is just a short drive from the resort.
- Black Butte Ranch is named after nearby Black Butte, an extinct volcano that was formed approximately 1.5 million years ago.
- Black Butte Ranch was given its name in the 1930s, when Stewart S. Lowery from San Francisco purchased the property.
- The ranch has 18 miles of bike trails and 33 miles of private roads.