- Sno-Parks near Bend provide easy access to over 150 of snowmobile trails.
- Explore over 300 miles of groomed trails near Diamond Lake.
- Hire a professional guide to take you on an exciting Central Oregon snowmobile tour.
- Newberry Crater, just south of Bend, offers snowmobilers over 100 miles of scenic trails.
Crisp sunny days, spectacular scenery, and tons of fresh powder make Central Oregon a favorite destination for snowmobilers. Hundreds of miles of trails wind through several designated wilderness areas and national forests, with over 560 miles of groomed trails in the Deschutes National Forest alone. Before you head out be sure to obtain snow permits when necessary, and familiarize yourself with the areas where snowmobiling is prohibited.
Where to go Snowmobiling
- Dutchman Flat and Wanoga Sno-Parks – These two sno-parks near Bend provide access to over 150 miles of scenic snowmobile trails in the Deschutes National Forest.
- Newberry National Volcanic Monument – The Newberry Crater just south of Bend has over 100 miles of excellent snowmobile trails.
- Diamond Lake – This is one of the most beautiful and popular places to go snowmobiling in Central Oregon, with over 300 miles of groomed trails winding throughout the surrounding forest.
- Davis Lake – The Davis Lake Run consists of 49 miles of beautiful trails that offer spectacular snowmobiling.
- Waldo Lake – This area offers over 50 miles of marked snowmobile trails in the surrounding Willamette National Forest.
- Ochoco Divide – Located east of Bend near Prineville, this area has over 30 miles of excellent snowmobile trails.
Guided Tours & Rentals
Be sure to check out the many different snowmobile guides and outfitters listed on this web page while you’re planning your next winter vacation in Bend.