Cabins For Sale in Oregon

Oregon cabin homes are some of the country’s most beautiful places to live. From classic Oregon A-frames in the mountains, to luxurious lodges near the slopes, and log cabins near the Oregon trails, there’s a cabin home for sale in Oregon for everyone. Narrow your Oregon cabin home search below to find your ideal Oregon cabin getaway.

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Cabin Living in Oregon

Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Oregon is one of the country’s most geographically diverse states. With a generally mild climate throughout most of Oregon, the Beaver State is most heavily populated in the Willamette Valley stretching from Eugene in the south, through Corvallis (home to Oregon State University), and Salem (the state’s capital) to Portland (Oregon’s largest city). Residents enjoy Oregon’s diverse landscape year-round, ranging from snowy mountains and lush forests to coastal beaches, lakes and rivers. Two popular destinations for both residents and tourists include Mount Hood and Mount Bachelor, each known for their wide array of outdoor activities including skiing and snowboarding. For locals more interested in water sports, Hood River, known as the windsurfing capital of the world, is located at the crossroads of the Columbia River Gorge and the Cascade Ridge. One of the state’s most favorite towns for a resort-like getaway includes Sunriver, which lies just 16 miles from Bend on the eastern side of Deschutes River and offers the optimal location for both winter and summer activities. 

Oregon Cabin Cities

Whether you’re interested in a lakefront cabin retreat or prefer a cozy log cabin near the ski slopes and shops, these cities in offer the best of Oregon cabin living.


Located in Deschutes County, Bend is Central Oregon’s largest city and is located on the eastern edge of the Cascade Range along the Deschutes River. Once known as a logging town, Bend is now well-known for being a destination for those who enjoy outdoor sports including mountain biking, whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, camping and skiing. Whether you are looking for a picturesque log cabin near Sunriver, an a-frame cabin oasis with a mountain view, or you are searching for your vacation cabin retreat close to biking trails, you’ll find just what you’re looking for in Bend, Oregon. Search Bend cabins for sale >


Taking its name from the nearby Three Sisters mountain, Sisters, Oregon is a small city located near the city of Bend in Deschutes County. With its warm, dry summers, where the average monthly temperature doesn’t reach beyond 71.6 °F, Sisters is primed for outdoor activities including hiking, biking, camping and horse riding. Sisters is also home to several mountain biking trails, including the Peterson Ridge Trail and Suttle Lake trails. In the winter, Mount Washington is an iconic place where many visitors come to ski the slopes and hike through the snow, while Hoodoo Ski Resort area is also a must-visit. Enjoy the waterfront cabin life near Deschutes River, an off-the-grid retreat near Hoodoo Ski area, or a rustic log cabin getaway in Sisters, Oregon. Search Sisters cabins for sale >

Black Butte Ranch

Just 8 miles from Sisters lies Black Butte Ranch. Formerly a cattle ranch and headquarters for a livestock company, Black Butte Ranch is now famous for being a resort community and one of Oregon’s most premiere destinations. Located at the base of the Cascade Mountains, Black Butte Ranch sits among 1,800 acres of Ponderosa forest, meadows and lakes. Nearby small towns and expansive views from Dee Wright Observatory make Black Butte Ranch the ultimate choice for residents. It is no surprise those who live here enjoy the Black Butte Ranch lifestyle, as recreational activities include horseback riding, biking, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, golfing, paddle boarding, Nordic skiing and snowshoeing. From charming cabins in the woods to luxurious lodge-style estates with views of South Sister Mountain, Black Butte Ranch provides a place to instantly feel at home.


Renowned for its community of artists, award-winning wineries, and a wide variety of outdoor activities, Ashland, Oregon has become a cultural hot spot, ranking in the top 10 of The Best 100 Small Art Towns in America. Home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Southern Oregon University, Ashland’s vibrant culture attracts many visitors each year, while both locals and visitors alike enjoy the many unique restaurants that Ashland has to offer. For adventure-seekers, opportunities to hike, fish, mountain bike, and ski abound as Ashland is located at the Northeast tip of the Siskiyou Mountains. Rich with culture and an abundance of outdoor activities, Ashland is ideal for cabin lovers looking for a private mountain retreat nestled in the Cascades, a charming cabin getaway just above Lithia Park, or an off-the-grid cabin with views of Mt. McLoughlin and Howard Prairie Lake. Search Ashland cabins for sale >


Located just 5 miles west of Medford lies Jacksonville, Oregon. Named after Jackson Creek which flows through the community, Jacksonville was founded after discovering gold deposits in 1851 and was designated as a National Historic District in 1966. Jacksonville is also part of the Southern Oregon Wine Country, as its warm climate is optimal for creating its lush countryside - the ideal setting for creating local wines. Cozy up at a cabin near the waterfront of Applegate Lake, or retreat to a more secluded cabin oasis in the woods after a day at the vineyards in Jacksonville, Oregon. Search Jacksonville cabins for sale >

Contact us at 855-437-1782 to connect with an Oregon Cabin Specialist to help you with your Oregon cabin home search today.

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Listing information last updated on December 11th, 2023 at 1:06am PST.