Powder Village Condominiums

Address: 56856 Enterprise Drive, Sunriver, Oregon, 97707, United States | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 56856 Enterprise Drive, Sunriver, is near Newberry National Volcanic Monument, Sunriver Resort Golf Course, and Mavericks at Sunriver.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPowder Village Condominiums Sunriver

Reviewed by cblake3493

Adequate base for your trips away

Reviewed May 24, 2014
by (6 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

This condo was somewhat in a business area. It was quiet though and convenient. The condo is managed by the Sunriver Homeowners Association, and they tried to make this a pleasant experience. The owner of the condo who we found on VRBO had promised us tickets everyday to the waterpark. Since our initial rental, the policy changed and the association was only giving out tickets once a week to the waterpark. The owner insisted on keeping his promise to us. However, the weather was too cold for us, and we never used the waterpark. It looked like a very enjoyable park, one we would have enjoyed when the temperature was warmer. Furniture in the condo was OK. Sofa needed replacement. The unit was clean. We had the needed supplies in the kitchen and bathroom, plenty of soap and tissues. No washer and dryer in the unit. There is a laundry room in another building, but we never used that. There is also a pool in the complex, but again we never used the pool. Outside maintenance was being performed while we were there. The management company properly maintains the common areas. The recycling bin stayed full the entire time we were there.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Powder Village Condominiums Sunriver

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Travel Blogs from Sunriver

Having fun for 3 weeks

A travel blog entry by marilynstitches on Jul 08, 2014

17 photos

... like we used to have—with an engine too. Charlie helped Jim and Gabe fix the engine to fit in the rear of the canoe.

Our fist stop was to drive to Bend, about 15 miles west of here for a great dinner with another cousin Marty and her husband Mark at their beautiful home. Another cousin, Judy Fromherz brought her mother, Winnie, with her from Aumsville (which is just outside of Salem). Marty and Mark’s daughter, husband ...

We've got to PLAY before we go home to WORK!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jul 04, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... 8230;We were guests of another cousin Mark & Marty for a BBQ in which we also got to see Judy & Winnie & Mark & Marty’s daughter Jaima, husband Caleb and 7 month old Finley… The food was scrumptious and the company priceless! We also had a chance to get out the inflatable canoe and ran down the Little Deschutes River that flows into the Deschutes…This drift/row took us a little more than 3 hours.. and we enjoyed the ride ...

Its All About The Bounce

A travel blog entry by rowdythedog on Jul 14, 2013

5 photos

... that. He spent a good part of the day messing with it and locks for it.

Oma and Opa arrived late afternoon - this is good - more people to take me for walks. I hung out on the deck in the sun watching Dad and Mom play more Dominion. This time Dan won ... but he cheated ... something about "I read that wrong" was the excuse.

Since the BBQ leaks gas worse than me on new dog food, plans to grill dinner on deck ...

Mt Bachelor

A travel blog entry by sudduthfamily on Jul 07, 2013

21 photos

Happy Birthday Daddy!! Today is Tim's birthday. Poor daddy being so far from us but we promise to celebrate you well when you get here Wednesday! Today Uncle Bart took us to Mt Bachelor for some cool mountain fun! We even rode up the ski lift and saw all the mountains for miles! Truly amazing! Sweet cousin Margaret who is 20months old states on the ride down the ski lift, "roll up the window!" Referring to all the wind blowing in her face... So ...

Bald Eagles & Newberry National Volcanic Monument

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jul 01, 2013

29 photos

... holds about 18-20 gallons of poop that you can tow behind your truck to the dumpsite instead of moving your whole rig … of course you need to make several trips as the normal black water tank on a RV holds approximately 40 gallons … then you still have the 2 gray water tanks to dump as well… so dumping your tanks almost becomes a ritual … you have to be really careful not to spill a DROP! And you have to watch the red gauge so ...