We’ve been there, too.
Having confident, well-trained dogs who love to be outside as much as we do has enriched our lives beyond our wildest dreams. As longtime owners of reactive dogs, we understand how difficult it can be to enjoy the outdoors with them.
We want everyone to experience the joy of taking their dogs on adventures, so we created the ultimate three-day adventure dog training camp!
We are so excited to share our knowledge and expertise with open-minded folks in a gorgeous setting. At Adventure Dog Camp, our hope is to foster a sense of community among other outdoor-loving dog owners like ourselves.
If Adventure Dog Camp sounds right up your alley, keep reading to learn more!
Our mission is to create a safe community of confident and respectful dog owners through experiential learning experiences.
We believe that the outdoors is for everyone and are reserving two sponsored spots for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and LGBTQ+ guests.
If you identify as either, please apply below. Applications for 2022 are now closed.
These spots are made possible thanks to our amazing sponsor, Visit Central Oregon.
What: This 3-day, 3-night dog training camp will teach you and your dog the basic obedience skills you need to feel confident getting outdoors as a team.
We use balanced training methods, which incorporate the use of tools like prong collars and e-collars.
Who: Adventure Dog Camp is limited to 10 dogs, one dog per human. Couples welcome.
When: May 5-8, 2022
Please complete the brief application form and we will follow up to schedule a video phone call with Jen or Melissa to ensure that you and your dog are the right fit.
Meet Your Adventure Dog Camp Hosts!
We are delighted to be hosting Adventure Dog Camp at the super dog-friendly LOGE in beautiful Bend, Oregon.
Located in a sweet spot in Bend–20 minutes from Mt. Bachelor and 10-minutes to town–LOGE Bend has trails literally at your doorstep that lead to the famous Phil’s Trail System or to the beautiful Deschutes River.
LOGE takes forgotten motels in mountain towns and revitalizes them to create the ultimate outdoor hub. From movie nights, to gear rentals, superb trail access, and fire pits, LOGE camps are designed to get you outside.
Everyone will stay in a Single Queen room, equipped with rad amenities, like a hammock (oh yeah!), loaner gear to enjoy the outdoors, a hot water pot, microwave, and more.
LOGE is also passionate about responsible recreation and gives 1% of top line revenue back to organizations that protect our wild places.
We recognize and acknowledge that LOGE Bend sits on the lands of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.
- Three days and three nights of expert dog training workshops
- Single-queen rooms
- Meals – 3 dinners
- Coffee vouchers for the on-site cafe
- Wag Bag full of goodies
- Complimentary wireless Internet
- Fire pits
- Trail access from your hotel door
- Dogs allowed on leash pretty much everywhere
What’s not included:
- Breakfast – you are welcome to bring your own and eat it in your room or cabin
- Alcoholic beverages, aside from “brewery dog” practice night
- Transportation costs to and from accommodation
- Rentals (kayaks, canoes, bikes)
A Few Notes
- Check-in is at 4PM and check-out at 11AM
- All rooms are non-smoking
- Dogs must be on leash while on property and owners must pick up after their dogs
- There will be other dog guests at the lodge during our stay that are not part of Adventure Dog Camp
Early bird registration: Ends Feb 15, 2022
$2297 for a Rustic Cabin
$2797 for King Room
Regular registration: Last day to register is April 4th.
$2497 for Single Queen Room
Prices are per person. Additional person, please add $500 supplemental fee.
A $500 refundable deposit is required to secure your spot pending your acceptance after an interview with Jen. If accepted, the remaining amount will be due upon receipt.
Payment plans are available. You can set one up on the application page.
Payments are non-refundable and non-transferable. We highly recommend purchasing 3rd party trip insurance in the event that illness, injury, or something else prevents you from attending Adventure Dog Camp.
HUGE Thanks to our Sponsors!
BIPOC & LGBTQ+ Scholarship
Portland is about 3 hours from Bend, and Eugene about 2 hours.