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5 Tips for Planning Your Traditions Vacation

What you need for your Traditions vacation at Sunriver Resort

Presented by November 17, 2015

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  1. Check out the Traditions Guide and decide what events you want to participate in

Christmas fun isn’t just for kids, between our Grand Illumination, holiday meals, concert, magic shows, elf tuck-ins, and Santa’s workshop there’s more than enough events for both kids and parents.

  1. Book your Lodging
  • Sunriver Resort has an array of lodging choices to meet the needs of any guest arriving during the Traditions celebration.
  • Coming with just yourself and that special someone in your life? Then look into a luxurious River Lodge Guestrooms, which are bound to set the mood for a special vacation.
  • Bringing the kids? Look into a spacious full functioning Lodge Village Suites, which include a kitchenette, a living room, and a fireplace. Even better, look into adding an adjoining guest room to give yourself more space during you extended stay.
  • Is the entire family coming down for an unforgettable vacation? Look into one of a spacious home and condo.
  1. Pack these items for your Traditions vacation
  • A furry friend! Sunriver Resort loves pets. If you’re an animal lover like Sunriver Resort and find it hard to leave your “Furry Friend” at home, then feel free to bring them along. They’ll love it there to! With over 40 miles of paved walking and biking paths there’s more than enough room for your pets
  • Layers! Layers, layers, layers. You never know what weather you’ll get while staying at Sunriver Resort so make sure you bring enough layers to brave Central Oregon’s ever changing climate. It’s possible to use both heat and A/C in one day! Jackets, gloves, hats, sun glasses, pants, and shorts, now’s your chance to show off your closet!
  • Sled, snowboard, snow shoes - With Mt. Bachelor being only 18 miles away there’s more than one way to get out and enjoy the snow. Bring a sled, a snowboard, or some snowshoes and get out and play!
  • Chains/traction tires - While the snow can be beautiful and fun, it can lead to hazardous road conditions, so make sure and you pack chains or traction tires. Not only can this be a lawful requirement for traveling over one of the many passes that surround Sunriver but Sunriver Resort wants all guests to arrive safely!
  1. Make reservations

Gathering around for a special meal is an important tradition during the holidays. This is why Sunriver Resort offers a variety of Holiday meals for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve. These meals have become such a popular tradition that spots fill up quick. We don’t want you to miss out, so make sure and call 541-593-4609 to make a reservation.

  1. Create a Tradition here at Sunriver Resort
  • Traditions is all about making memories and creating a past time. Make sure to capture this moment with photography by Sunriver Resort’s professional photographer Doug Miller, to learn more call 541-280-4378.

For more information on the 17th Annual Traditions Celebration, click here