Discover a selection of 302 vacation rentals in Government Camp that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including WiFi and fireplaces. Prices start at $111 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Government Camp. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Adventure and charm at Government Camp vacation home rentals

Perched on the shoulder of Oregon’s majestic, snow-capped Mount Hood, Government Camp was established as a settlement in the 19th century, and retains to this day an enchanting old-world vibe. You'll find a host of Government Camp vacation rentals in the gently bustling downtown area, surrounded by timber frame buildings, chic boutiques, and cozy restaurants serving up hearty American and European comfort food. The town’s mountainside location makes it the perfect spot for a thrill-packed winter sports break, with numerous popular ski resorts within easy reach. If you're visiting in summer, head to nearby Trillium Lake for leisurely days of swimming and sunbathing, and jaw-dropping views of the mountain.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near vacation rentals in Government Camp

For a fascinating primer on local history and culture, head to the Mount Hood Cultural Center and Museum. Here, you can learn all about the early exploration and settlement of the region, as well as its natural history and evolution as a skiing destination. In the sunny summer months, the Mount Hood Adventure Park is a hub of high-octane activity, where you can hurtle down an Alpine Slide, scramble up a challenging rock wall, or throw yourself off a vertigo-inducing bungee tower. If you fancy something a little more relaxing, you could embark on a tour of local wineries, sipping crisp whites and full-bodied reds in spectacular surroundings.

Activities

Activities near Government Camp vacation homes

Vacationers flock to Government Camp each winter for world-class skiing and snowboarding. There’s an array of scenic, powder-covered pistes suitable for all ages and experience levels, from gentle beginner slopes to challenging black runs. You can also try your hand at novel activities like snow tubing and snowmobiling. After a day on the slopes, take a breather in your Government Camp vacation rental, before hitting up a cozy bar for a spot of apres-ski. In summer, the breathtaking Mount Hood region becomes a haven for lovers of outdoor pursuits like hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and zip lining.

Weather

Climate for your stay in Government Camp vacation homes

Being a major winter sports destination, it won't surprise you to learn that Government Camp receives huge snowfall from November to April each year. Temperatures are, of course, suitably chilly throughout winter, but you're likely to experience plenty of clear blue skies during your stay. Summers, by contrast, are mild and dry, with long days and an abundance of sunshine. The climate at this time of year is ideal for a brisk hike through a lush mountainside forest.

Natural features

Shimmering lakes and enchanting forests

Within easy reach of your Government Camp vacation rental lies a diverse world of natural spectacle. If you’re here in summer, the dense, green Mount Hood National Forest simply begs to be explored. Beautifully maintained hiking trails will lead you to enchanting sights like the thundering Little Zigzag Falls. The forest is also home to all manner of animals, from playful North American beavers to majestic black bears. For unbeatable views of Mount Hood in all its imposing glory, head down to the crystal-clear Trillium Lake, named after the delicate, 3-petaled Trillium flowers you’ll find in abundance in the region.

How to get there

How to get to and around Government Camp

Fly into Portland, OR (PDX-Portland Intl.), the closest airport, located 44.9 mi (72.3 km) from the city center.

Family friendly

Family fun near Government Camp vacation homes

Kids will love the outdoor activities in Government Camp. Vacation rentals put you within reach of family-friendly places like White River West Sno-Park, a bustling snow play area with an array of winter activities, and Little Crater Lake, a spring-fed lake in the national forest with opportunities for biking, hiking, swimming, boating, and other activities. Kids will also like Trillium Sno Park, a winter sports park with opportunities for sledding, tubing, and other fun activities.

Good for couples

Couple's retreat near Government Camp vacation homes

Government Camp is a haven for outdoorsy couples. Vacation homes are available near places like Trillium Lake, a scenic lake with mountain and forest backdrops and areas for Nordic skiing, camping, and hiking, and Mirror Lake, a high-altitude lake with a mountain and national forest nearby. There’s also Tom Dick and Harry Mountain, a triple-peaked volcanic mountain with hiking trails through a diverse landscape.

How many vacation rentals are available around Government Camp?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 302 vacation rentals around Government Camp. From 126 cabin rentals to 224 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.