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Sunriver Magazine 2017-18

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Fill Your Calendar With Sunriver Style Fun! JANUARY/ FEBRUARY • K9 Keg Pull / BlackLight Blast - Village at Sunriver & SHARC • Month of Chocolate - Sunriver Resort MARCH / APRIL • Sunriver March Mudness Spring Break Mud Run • SHARC Lazy River & Water Slides Open for Spring Break • Egg Dives, Duck Races & Egg Hunt - SHARC MAY • Kids’ Day in May - Village at Sunriver • Outdoor Aquatics Soft Opening - SHARC • Dog Day in May - Village at Sunriver

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JUNE • The Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ Band - SHARC • Sunriver Solstice Family Tennis Tournament • Pacific Crest Sports Festival - Village at Sunriver

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JULY • Central Oregon Wildflower Show - Sunriver Nature Center • Fourth of July Festival - Village at Sunriver • Turf Tunes Concerts / Variety Shows - SHARC • Classic Car Show - Village at Sunriver AUGUST • Twilight Cinema Movies - SHARC & The Village at Sunriver • Family Fun Fest - Village at Sunriver • Sunriver Quilt Show - Village at Sunriver • Sunriver Art Faire - Village at Sunriver • Sunriver Music Festival SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER • Marathon for a Cause - Sunriver Resort • Community Garage Sale - SHARC • Uncorked Wine, Cheese & Chocolate Event - SHARC • Trick or Treat - The Village at Sunriver

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Sunriver Country Store and Sunriver Marketplace are your “LOCAL” Full Service Supermarkets!

• Produce & Meat • Money Orders Departments • UPS/Fax/Copies • Hot Deli • Video Rentals • Daily Lunch & Dinner Menu • Carpet Cleaner Rentals • POST OFFICE • Full Liquor Store • Beer/Wine/Cigars • Full Service Gas Station • Lottery • Free Wi-Fi • Ethanol Free Premium Unleaded • Propane tank exchange • Sno-Park Permits • 1-Day Fishing Licenses

541-593-8166 In Sunriver’s north end on Cottonwood Road

• Produce & Meat Departments • Hot Deli • Daily Lunch & Dinner Menu • Money Orders • Fax • 1-Day Fishing Licenses

• Copies • Full Liquor Store • Extensive Beer/Wine Selection • Cigars • Lottery • Sno-Park Permits

541-593-8113 In Sunriver’s south end in the Village at Sunriver

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WE KNOW AND LOVE THIS PLACE Our Sunriver brokers are true Sunriver community experts, with an average of 15 years representing buyers and sellers here.

Inventory in Sunriver is currently low, and there is significant buyer demand for land, residential, golf and second home properties. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you about positioning and selling your property soon.

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SUNRIVER ma ga zine

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CONTENTS 9

Welcome

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History

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Recreation

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Events

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Lodging

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Dining

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Marketplace

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Art & Culture

104

Living in Sunriver, Sunriver Style

114

Buying Your Sunriver Home

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Building, Remodeling & Maintaining Your Sunriver Home

130

Commerce Services

Maps Cascade Lakes Recreation Area Getting Around Sunriver

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Winter Recreation

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The Village at Sunriver

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Sunriver Business Park

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Spring River Plaza

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Sunriver Communities

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This Sunriver Magazine is produced in collabora�on with the Sunriver Chamber of Commerce by Cascade Publica�ons Inc. located at 404 NE Norton Ave, Bend, OR 97701. 541-388-5665, www.cascadebusnews.com No part of this publica�on may be reproduced in any form without the expressed wri�en consent of Cascade Publica�ons Inc. Published March 2017 Photos above courtesy of Mt. Bachelor Resort, Alpine Entertainment, Brian Becker, Phil Fischer Sunriver Anglers Club Cover photography courtesy of Sunriver Chamber of Commerce 2017-18 | www.SunriverChamber.com

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Welcome to Sunriver

Photo courtesy of Suriver Resort

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he Sunriver Area Chamber of Commerce and Cascade Publications Inc., publishers of Sunriver Magazine, are excited to share this unique and special place with you. From the start, Sunriver was planned to be a place where we could live with nature in harmony. This was the first development of its kind to integrate environmental engineering concerns in the planning of the community. The needs of nature and wildlife in Sunriver are just as important as our everyday comforts. Over the last 40 years Sunriver has become the perfect blend of destination resort and residential community. You can do everything under the sun on 3,300 acres of forest and meadows bordered by the Deschutes River and public lands. Sunriver is a place for families and there is something for everyone to

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do and enjoy regardless of age. It is a place where you can get away from a busy schedule, spend quality family time and reflect on what’s really important in life. It is an excellent place to live and work. For the fortunate people who call Sunriver home, the community provides all the public and business services needed for work and play. Experiencing all Sunriver has to offer 24/7 and 365 days a year can be the ultimate lifestyle choice for families and outdoor-loving active adults. Although the community has been the family-friendly vacation destination of choice for nearly half a century, thanks to significant investments by stakeholders and homeowners, this crown jewel of the high desert continues to experience a remarkable renaissance. The beautiful Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic & Recreation Center (SHARC),

located on 22 acres between Overlook Road and Beaver Drive, features seasonal outdoor aquatics including a leisure pool, two slides, a lazy river and splash pads and pool for the wee ones. The indoor pool and adjacent outdoor hot tub provide adults with year round fitness swimming and social soaking, and the pool caters to the younger set with a beach entry, liquid vortex, bubblers, overhead splashers and water basketball area. The Village at Sunriver, Sunriver’s retail core, continues to reinvest in capital improvements. In recent years many buildings have been replaced or have received major remodels, and the rejuvenation is still under way. The large courtyard at the heart of The Village hosts many community events throughout the summer. The Sunriver Resort has replaced its Lodge Village pool with The Cove, a complex that includes a large wading


pool, massive sunbathing deck, a long waterslide and elevated hot tub, all of which will overlook a new manmade lake with children’s sand play area and nature trail. Simultaneously, the Resort remodeled its lounge, restaurant and lodge kitchen with a modern Northwest theme that features more windows, more natural light and improved views of the surrounding scenery. As a Sunriver visitor, you can enjoy the same amenities that lured homeowners to this special place — more than 34 miles of paved bike and walking paths, the scenic Deschutes River and Sunriver Resort’s worldclass golf in your backyard. Challenging play on 31 exceptionally maintained tennis courts, along with a great tennis program, have earned Sunriver a top 50 tennis destinations in the U.S. ranking by Tennis Magazine.

Sunriver boasts its own nature center and celestial observatory, private airport, horse stables and river marina. Within a short drive, you can explore dozens of alpine lakes, the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, the Cascade Range and the majestic Deschutes River. The choice of accommodations is just as wide. Reserve a romantic hotel-like River Lodge room, enjoy the convenience of a condominium or spread out in one of hundreds of tastefully appointed, fully furnished private homes that accommodate from two to 20 or more. A luxurious executive retreat is well-suited for the ultimate relaxing vacation. Looking for three homes on the same lane for a big family reunion? Sunriver has them all. Summer is the most popular season for vacationers, but Sunriver’s proximity to the slopes of Mt. Bachelor

entices snow-riders of all ages to stay here during winter and early spring. The peaceful, visually stunning autumn months are the favorites of those who appreciate warm days on the golf course or bike trails and crisp nights with the hint of wood smoke in the air. For a four-season destination, you just can’t beat Sunriver. If this is your introduction to Sunriver — welcome! We hope that your weekend getaway or family vacation might just turn into a lifetime. The Sunriver Chamber of Commerce is here to help make your vacation and visit the most enjoyable experience of your life...or help you relocate your business or residence to this lovely place. If you’d like more information about Sunriver, don’t hesitate to drop by the Sunriver Chamber of Commerce office next to Blondie’s Pizza in 2 Country Mall on Beaver Drive. 2017-18 | www.SunriverChamber.com

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21st ANNIVERSARY | June 23rd - 25th, 2017 The 21st Annual Pacific Crest Weekend Sports Festival offering 20 different events is the MUST-DO multi-sport event in stunning Sunriver – 15 miles from Bend, Oregon. Post event party & beer sponsored by Village Bar & Grill and Deschutes Brewery Hit Machine rocks Fri & Sat nights | Fun and action-packed Fitness Expo sponsored by The Village at Sunriver • 20 different scenic races on paved forest trails with views of Mt. Bachelor & the Deschutes River • USAT Sanctioned races • Kids Splash, Pedal & Dash, Kids runs & Huge Fitness Expo with Mini-Golf, Bumper Cars, Jump Houses & Rock-climbing • Relay options for family, friends & team building

• Technical Finisher’s Shirt • Finisher’s Medal & Accurate Chip Timing • Awards/Prizes – Beast medal for doing 2+ races. Prize purse for Long Course Tri! • Help support Care for Kids and various other local and NW charities & school clubs/teams

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Welcome

Getting Here

Whether on foot, by car or by air, Sunriver is easy to find.

Driving Distance from: Bend, OR: 18 miles Boise, ID: 318 miles Eugene, OR: 128 miles Klamath Falls, OR: 125 miles Los Angeles, CA: 807 miles Medford, OR: 160 miles Portland, OR: 180 miles Redmond, OR: 34 miles Salem, OR: 132 miles San Francisco, CA: 480 miles Seattle, WA: 345 miles

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unriver is tucked away in the towering ponderosa pines of Central Oregon, located about 18 minutes south of Bend via Highway 97, about halfway between Bend and La Pine. Travelling by air to the heart of Central Oregon is a breeze! Redmond’s Municipal Airport (RDM) is Central Oregon’s premiere commercial and general aviation airport, and is only 34 miles away from Sunriver. Air service is provided by American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, United and Delta serving the cities of Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Seattle and Phoenix. When travelling commercially, the Redmond Airport (RDM) offers a beautiful terminal to relax in with friendly staff to greet you. Passengers waiting to catch their flight in the boarding area are welcome to visit the gift and coffee shop as well as a pub with a full bar. Ground transportation is abundant and includes six on-site car rental agencies as well as town car, limousine and taxi service. The airport provides exceptionally convenient parking located close to the terminal with low parking rates. A convenient cell phone waiting area is available and located just across the street. www.flyrdm.com

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he Sunriver Airport, which is privately owned and operated by Sunriver Resort, is located on the west side of the Resort property. It is open to the public and can accommodate almost any type of general aviation aircraft from the smallest single engine airplane to a Gulfstream V Jet. Full service fuel is available for both Jet-A and 100LL AvGas, and both fuels are available 24-hours a day at the selfserve station. The pilot lounge is open 24 hours with access to restrooms, computer and internet and courtesy shuttles to the Resort. Hangar rentals are available as well.

Rental cars are offered and are delivered to your aircraft upon landing and parking; availability ranges from economical, compact cars to luxury convertibles. Courtesy bicycles are available for day use for anyone flying in, and catering is available for all aircraft. The airport completed a runway construction project in April 2009 where the runway was totally re-built, strengthened and widened. Lodging is available at the Resort just minutes away, and crew rooms are available as well. www.sunriver-resort.com/sunriver-oregon-airport.php 541-593-4603 or 888-780-4438

Photo courtesy of Sunriver Airport

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n the shores of the Deschutes River 15 miles south of Bend, tucked away in the ponderosa pines, is Sunriver. This gem of Central Oregon offers worldclass golfing,biking,fly fishing,skiing and general relaxation that makes it the destination of choice for travelers from around the world. While it’s now known for its fine dining, championship golf courses and luxurious lodging, its beginnings were much more humble. Nearly 7,000 years ago lava flows dammed the Deschutes River at Benham Falls, backing up a lake that covered much of what is now Sunriver. When the river finally broke through and the lake receded, a lush meadow surrounded by thick forests was left behind. The area was a natural gathering spot for Native Americans based on numerous artifacts found in the area dating back thousands of years. During the winter of 1843, explorer John C. Fremont and guide Kit Carson ventured into the area on their way south. In 1855, the Army Corps of Topographical Engineers surveyed a route through the area for a railroad between California and the Columbia River. This party was led by Robert Stockton Williamson and Henry Larcom Abbot. Among the group were geologists, botanists, physicians, naturalists, engineers and soldiers. In the late 1800s cattlemen began to drive their herds to the area to graze in the lush meadowlands. The Vandeverts were among the first homesteaders in the area, their ranch was just south of current day Sunriver. Their children attended the

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The entrance to Camp Abbott, a combat engineer training facility during WWII. Meadow School, which was located very close to the present Sunriver Lodge. During the next 50 years the area was used by the cattlemen, trappers and a few hardy pioneers who settled in the area with their families. In the midst of World War II, the U.S. Government wanted to establish a combat engineer training facility on a site that resembled the climate and topography of Northern Europe. Robert Sawyer, publisher of the Bend Bulletin, persuaded the Army Corps of Engineers to build the Army training post 18 miles south of town on the Shonquist Ranch, the site of modern day Sunriver. It was named Camp Abbot. Local folks were surprised the Army found the almost 9,700 acres straddling the Deschutes River a perfect place to train soldiers. Those who helped build the camp were remembered as saying what a miserable job it was. Construction began in December 1942 and continued through the worst winter in 30 years, with more than 60 inches of snow through March 1943. Camp Abbot officially opened the following year. Training included basic combat skills, marksmanship, field maneuvers, bridge building and demolition. The camp was a self-contained city complete with water and sewer systems and housing up to 10,000 people at a time. Many of its structures were built from the surrounding timber and stone, most notably the impressive officer’s club with its high ceiling, large stone fireplace and balcony overlooking the main floor. This structure still stands today and is called The Great Hall. It was renovated in 1993 but


History

History

Building a bridge

Photos courtesy of Sunriver Nature Center & SROA

maintains the feel of the original structure. Just like today, vehicles arriving at Camp Abbot passed over a railroad bridge. The first thing on their right was a medical demonstration area (now Antelope and Bobcat Lanes), with the post stockade just beyond. The gas chamber, where troops trained in chemical warfare defense, was near Hare and Jay Lanes. The post included a 411-bed hospital complex that stretched from the current business park to near Parkland and East Park Lanes. There were numerous training fields, barracks, dining facilities and warehouses. There was a post motor pool, coal storage area and sewage treatment plant. (Sunriver Owners Association still uses one of the sedimentary tanks, now called a round house, for maintenance work and storage.) Out in the meadow, two rifle ranges (stretching from today’s airport runway to River Road) and two machine gun ranges echoed with the sound of rapid fire. Beyond them was the anti-tank range. More than 90,000 combat engineers were trained at Camp Abbot before it abruptly closed in June 1944. In the years following WWII some of the former Camp Abbot land was returned to the U.S. Forest Service, but 5,500 acres were sold as private land. The property changed hands multiple times until 1965 when John Gray and Donald McCallum obtained the land for development, forming Sunriver Properties. The Sunriver Lodge was constructed, as were the stables,

Soldiers in a boat

Meadows Golf Course and an airstrip. Additionally, large areas for residential home sites were plotted. The bike paths were created, although were originally designed for use by electric golf carts as an alternative means of transportation. Lot sales and home construction began in 1968. By the time John Gray sold the resort property to the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company in 1974, some 600 private homes and condominiums had been built. During a severe economic recession in the 1970s, 2,200 of Sunriver’s original 5,500 acres were sold back to the U.S. Forest Service. By 1979 the number of privately owned homes had doubled to 1,200. In 1993 Sunriver Resort Limited Partnership purchased Sunriver Resort and began a capital improvement campaign that continues to this day. Today there are more than 4,000 homes and condominiums, many of which are second homes owned by people who live up and down the West Coast, across the country and around the world. Many are available as vacation rentals and these, combined with the Resort’s overnight lodging facilities, host as many as 15,000 visitors a day in the heat of the summer and during winter holidays. Sunriver has a long and rich history dating back hundreds if not thousands of years. From its beginnings as a trapper’s rendezvous point to a World War II training area, modern day Sunriver has become a paradise for all to enjoy. Portions of this article were contributed by Brad A. Ward MD and Jonathan Kahnoski. 2017-18 | www.SunriverChamber.com

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YOUR SUNRIVER HEALTH CENTER

56881 Enterprise Drive in the Sunriver Business Park We provide the following medical services: Primary Medical Care • Unexpected Illnesses • Disease Management • Well Child Visits • Developmental Screenings • Immunizations • Annual Exams • Minor Surgery/Biopsies • Prenatal & Postnatal Care Additional Services: • Referrals to specialists • Transportation guidance & assistance • Dental voucher program • Assistance with medication programs • Outreach services for situations other than medical • Assistance applying for Medicaid/OHP Insurance Accepted: Medicare, Medicaid (OHP), Tri Care, United Health and most other private insurances

Discounted fees - if you do not have insurance or have insurance with a high deductible or co-pay, ask our staff if you qualify for our Discounted Fee Program

We are Going the Distance for your Health Care! Dr. Scott Black

Christina Farleigh FNP

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Keeping in Touch

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veryone can enjoy state-of-the-art communications in Sunriver. Wireless service is available from AT&T, BendBroadband, Verizon Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and others.

BendBroadband and Century Link provide wired communications, and there are a number of free WiFi hotspots available, most notably the Sunriver Resort Lodge, Sunriver Homeowners Aquatics & Recreation Center (SHARC), the Chamber of Commerce in The Village, and seasonally at the North Pool and Fort Rock Park near the Adventure Camp building. BendBroadband recently completed the process of upgrading the cable television and internet systems throughout Sunriver. If you didn’t bring a mobile device with you, visit the Sunriver Area Public Library (also a WiFi hotspot) where you can use one of their computers to check your e-mail or browse the web.

Photo courtesy of Martin Lundgren

Need to catch up on your reading? The local support group, Friends of the Sunriver Library, stocks a shelf with used paperbacks and hardcover books for sale at very reasonable prices.

Emergency Contacts MEDICAL ELECTRICAL 541-536-2126

NATURAL GAS 888-522-1130

PUBLIC WORKS 541-593-2483

WATER 541-593-8034

SEWER POLICE

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911 or non-emergency 541-593-1014

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FIRE 911 or non-emergency 541-593-8622

Sunriver Veterinary Clinic 541-593-8128

High Desert Family Medicine (Sunriver) 541-593-5400 La Pine Community Health Center 541-876-1039 St. Charles Bend South Clinic Immediate Care 541-706-5930 St. Charles Medical Center: 541-382-4321 St. Charles Immediate Care 541-706-3700

AIR TRANSPORT Airlink, 541-706-6305 LifeFlight Network, 800-982-9299

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Something For Everyone

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rom the beautiful Deschutes River, clear blue lakes and majestic Cascades, to golf, tennis and pickleball courts, bike paths and one of the largest water parks in the region, Sunriver has a sport for you. SHARC has brought a whole new range of activities and fun for the family. Splash in the oversized outdoor pool, drift in the lazy river, plunge down the tube and body slides or sunbathe on the massive pool deck and lawn. Want to try your luck for a trophysized fish? Grab your gear and enjoy some of the finest fly, lure and bait fishing in the world on the plentiful lakes and streams close by. Friendly and experienced guides and outfitters are available to share their expertise and favorite fishing spots. There are other ways to cool off too: exhilarating white water adventures, river floats, stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking are all great options on a hot summer day. If dry land is your preference, try rock climbing, hiking, cave exploring, horseback riding, downhill mountain biking and leisurely bike rides on the 50 miles of paved pathways throughout Sunriver. Known as a golfer’s paradise you’ll have access to courses featuring challenges for all skill levels. The sun-filled winter months offer snowmobile tours, snowshoeing, dog sled rides, alpine and crosscountry skiing at Mt. Bachelor and ice skating back at The Village at Sunriver. All of these activities are set in the beautiful and scenic high desert with breathtaking views, wildlife, stately forests and open meadows.


Recreation

Abundant Recreation in Sunriver Sunriver Chamber Member Businesses ATTRACTIONS High Desert Museum 59800 S Hwy. 97, Bend, OR 97702 541-382-4754 www.highdesertmuseum.org

Tumalo Creek Kayak and Canoe 56896 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-1640 www.tumalocreeks.com

Quail Run Golf Course 16725 Northridge Dr., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-1303 www.golfquailrun.com

Mt. Bachelor 13000 SW Century Dr., Bend, OR 97702 800-829-2442 www.mtbachelor.com

Sunriver Sports Group Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #16, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8369 www.sunriversports.com

HIGH LAKE RESORTS

Newberry National Monument Lava Lands Visitor Center http://www.fs.usda.gov/

Sunriver Toy House Rentals 17345 Spring River Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-4433 www.sunrivertoyhouse.rentals.com

Oregon Observatory 57245 River Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-598-4406 www.oregonobservatory.org Richardson’s Recreational Ranch, Ltd World Famous Rockhounding 6683 NE Hay Creek Rd., Madras, OR 97741 541-475-2680 www.richardsonrockranch.com Sunriver Nature Center 57245 River Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4442 www.sunrivernaturecenter.org Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic and Recreational Center (SHARC) 57250 Overlook Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-585-5000 www.sunriversharc.com Sunriver Resort 17600 Center Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 866-482-3909 www.sunriver-resort.com

SPORTS & OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT RENTAL & SALES 4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters 57195 Beaver Dr., 2 Country Mall Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2255 www.4sro.com Central Oregon Adventures PO Box 4188, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8887 www.coadventures.com Moto Fantasy (Motorcycle Rental) 16693 Sprague Loop, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-6263, www.motofantasy.net motohead1@motofantasy.net

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The Village Bike & Ski Shop Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #21, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2453 www.villagebikeandski.com

FISHING GUIDES & FISHING EQUIPMENT Garrison’s Guide Service P. O. Box 413, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8394 www.garrisonguide.com Hook Fly Shop Cascade Guides & Outfitters Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #23 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2358 www.hookfish.com Sunriver Fly Shop 56805 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8814 www.sunriverflyshop.com Camp Abbott Trading Co. (Fishing Dept.) 56820 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8168 www.campabbotttradingco..com

GOLFINGPUBLIC COURSES Old Back Nine at Mountain High 60650 China Hat Rd., Bend, OR 97702 541-382-1111 www.oldbacknine.com Sunriver Resort-Meadows Course 541-593-4402 www.sunriver-resort.com Sunriver Resort-Woodlands Course 541-593-4402 www.sunriver-resort.com

Crane Prairie Resort Crane Prairie Reservoir, NE Shore PO Box 1171, Bend, OR 97709 541-383-3939 www.crane-prairie.com East Lake Resort 22430 Paulina Lake Rd., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-2230 www.eastlakeresort.com Elk Lake Resort 6000 Century Drive, Bend, OR 97701 541-480-7380 www.elklakeresort.com Paulina Lake Lodge 22440 Paulina Lake Rd., La Pine OR 97739 541-536-2240 www.paulinalakelodge.com

TOUR GUIDES Chockstone Climbing Guides Smith Rock State Park 541-318-7170 www.chockstoneclimbing.com Central Oregon Adventures PO Box 4188, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8887 www.coadventures.com Moto Fantasy (Motorcycle Rental) 16693 Sprague Loop, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-6263, www.motofantasy.net motohead1@motofantasy.net Paulina Plunge PO Box 8782, Bend, OR 97708 541-389-0562 www.paulinaplunge.com Sun Country Tours Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #26, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-382-6277 www.suncountrytours.com Wanderlust Tours 61535 S Hwy. 97 Ste. 13, Bend, OR 97702 541-389-8359 www.wanderlusttours.com

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he majority of SHARC visitors come in the warm summer months, sunbathing on the massive pool deck and lawn. SHARC recreation facility Photos courtesy of Sunriver Owners Association

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Recreation

The SHARC That Loves Tourists by SROA Staff

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uring more than one million vacationers, residents and guests through its doors since its opening in spring 2012, Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic & Recreation Center (SHARC) visitors report being rejuvenated by the brilliant range of activities and amenities the $18 million facility offers to all ages and interests. The vast majority of SHARC visitors come in the warm summer months to frolic in the oversize outdoor pool, drift in the lazy river, plunge down the tube and body slides, dance in the water fountains, sunbathe on the massive pool deck and lawn and watch toddlers safely play in a separate wading pool and sand play area. Thousands of people screamed down the tubing hill (winter months), scrambled around the playground, shoot hoops on the full size basketball court, played disc golf, tested their skills on the bocce ball court and picnicked in the park. Even when the weather turns cold, SHARC’s indoor, multi-use

pool continues to attract people. The pool’s zero entry beach with bubbling fountains, spinning water flower and dumping bucket entertain youngsters and the young at heart. Schoolage children make themselves dizzy floating around in circles in the vortex water feature. Three adjacent lap lanes provide space for workouts, swim lessons, aquatic fitness classes and water volleyball. Aside from aquatics, SHARC’s 5,000 square foot Benham Hall (which can be split into two smaller rooms) hosts business meetings, weddings, banquets, public hearings, seminars, events and fundraisers. Access to SHARC is free to Sunriver property owners with a current homeowner ID (who are members of Sunriver Owners Association), those with SROA recreation passes and guests of rental properties enrolled in SROA’s Recreation Plus Program. The general public is welcome via a daily gate fee. 541-585-5000 www.sunriversharc.com 2017-18 | www.SunriverChamber.com 2016-17

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Kokanee Salmon

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entral Oregon is home to over 100 lakes and 450 miles of pristine rivers and streams that are all within an hour’s drive of Sunriver. The waters in Central Oregon hold Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Bull Trout, Cutthroat Trout, native Redband Trout, Kokanee, Atlantic Salmon, Large and Smallmouth Bass, and for many months out of the year in the lower Deschutes River you can catch both Salmon and Steelhead on their return trip from the Pacific Ocean.

Brown Trout

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Brook Trout

Central Oregon’s crystal clear water and the abundance of natural food and insects produce beautiful and healthy fish. And the fish get big here. Trout over ten pounds are common. The state record Brown Trout is 28.5 pounds (caught at Paulina Lake, 20 minutes from Sunriver), the state record Lake Trout is 40.8 pounds (caught at Odell Lake, 45 minutes from Sunriver) and the state record Bull Trout is 23.2 pounds (caught at Lake Billy Chinook, 60 minutes from Sunriver). Sunriver is home to several experienced fly fishing and guide shops that have the localized knowledge to provide you with an unforgettable fishing experience. The Hook Fly Shop/Cascade Guides & Outfitters, located in The Village and the Sunriver Fly Shop, located in the Sunriver Business Park, have been assisting fly fishers for over 30 years. In addition to offering the best hand-tied flies for the area, they both offer fly fishing equipment, complete guide services and of course, the real answer on where and how to catch the fish. Garrison’s Guide Service, who features family friendly pontoon boats, offers guide services for both spin fishing and fly fishing. Camp Abbott Trading Company, located in the Sunriver Business Park, carries a complete line of fishing tackle and bait. In addition, all of the stores can help you with fishing regulations, fishing licenses and North West Parking Passes which are required at most of the fishing locations.

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Sunriver Anglers Club

he Sunriver Anglers Club was founded in 1977 as a way for like-minded people to come together to protect the natural environment, conserve resources, educate and encourage new fishermen and women, enjoy outdoor activities and, of course, to exchange fish stories. The Sunriver Anglers Photo by Phil Fischer Sunriver Anglers Club has invested the club’s energy and resources to improve sport fishing in Central Oregon, support organizations working on stabilizing water flows on the Upper Deschutes and Little Deschutes Rivers, remove invasive fish from our high lakes and partner with federal, state, county and other groups. A major mission of the club is to provide opportunities for school Photo by Phil Fischer Sunriver Anglers Club children to acquire basic fishing skills and learn about fish habitat, water safety and the principles of stewardship. From co-sponsoring the Kokanee Karnival to hosting hundreds of kids at Free Fishing Day, club members are committed to education. Other club missions are fulfilled by members who volunteer for a number of activities such as restoring river banks, improving fish habitats, removing Tui Chub from Oregon lakes, teaching young and beginning anglers and working with school groups. The Sunriver Anglers Club holds monthly meetings, open to the public, on subjects such as fly patterns, fly selection, winter steelhead fishing, fishing tactics and habitat restoration projects. The club hosts a variety of outings and fishing trips to nearby lakes and streams, giving members an Photo by East Lake Resort opportunity to learn how and where to fish in our bountiful area. Experienced members are eager to share their knowledge, experience and enjoyment of angling with all levels of anglers. For more information, including times and locations of meetings and how to join, visit the club’s website at www.sunriveriveranglers.org.You can learn about the club on Facebook at Photo by Phil Fischer Sunriver Anglers Club www.facebook.com/SunriverAngle.

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Aquatic Adventures Await

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amed River of the Falls (Riviere des Chutes) by early French fur traders, the Deschutes River is a major part of the Central Oregon landscape and lifestyle. Along with providing a beautiful local landmark and countless recreational opportunities, the river contributes significantly to the local economy by providing irrigation water for agriculture. It flows north from Little Lava Lake in the Cascade Mountains all the way to the mighty Columbia River. Nothing’s more inviting on a scorching summer day than a lazy float down the river. Start at Sunriver Resort’s Marina on a canoe, kayak or raft for a two-hour, six-mile float north on the Deschutes to just above

Benham Falls where a shuttle will conveniently bring you back. The Marina offers family float trips, kayak, canoe, raft and stand-up paddleboard rentals and lessons on a first-come, first-served basis, so get there early. The Marina, closed during winter months, also sells boating supplies, sportswear and snacks. You can rent river floating equipment from Sunriver Sports, 4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters, Sunriver Toy House Rentals and Tumalo Creek Canoe and Kayak where you’ll find swimwear, swim goggles, mask/fin sets, water toys for the pool, lake and river, sunscreen, sun hats, towels and UV shirts. These stores can also help you with information about where to put-in or take-out, float times and shuttle information.

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For a thrilling whitewater adventure contact Sun Country Raft Tours. They offer trips on the Upper Deschutes, McKenzie River, North Umpqua or Lower Deschutes rivers. If lake paddling is more your style, contact Wanderlust Tours for their interpreted, guided canoe and kayak tours of the spectacular Cascade lakes. Day, evening and moonlight tours are available. The Paulina Plunge downhill mountain bike ride and waterfall tour is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Participants ride downhill for six miles on smooth forest trails, stopping at various points to descend into the Paulina Creek canyon to splash and giggle in natural waterslides and plunge pools. Those seeking to cool off on hot summer days can visit the Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic & Recreation Center (SHARC). The SHARC sits on 22 acres and features multiple outdoor pools, water slides, a lazy river, large adult hot tub, year-round tubing hill, outdoor amphitheater, a full basketball court, playground, indoor pool with beach entry, fitness rooms and a café. The SHARC’s indoor facilities are open year round, and the outdoor facilities are open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Aquatic fitness classes and swim lessons are available. Guests of Sunriver Resort have access to The Cove, a swimming complex with zero entry pool, hot tub, water slide, kid’s discovery area, private cabanas and a poolside café — all with spectacular views of Mt. Bachelor and the Great Meadow. Sunriver Resort renovated its main lodge last year and introduced three new restaurants: Carson’s American Kitchen, Twisted River Tavern and The Living Room. All three offer killer views of the Cascade Mountains and Meadows Golf Course.


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Floating the River in Sunriver

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by Sunriver Scene hen summer heats up, many Sunriver visitors and residents take to the Deschutes River to cool off. On the hottest days, expect to see flotillas of inner tubes, rafts, canoes, kayaks and stand up paddleboards. The Deschutes River in the Sunriver area runs wide and gentle through gorgeous mountain scenery with good wildlife viewing opportunities. This part of the river is rated Class 1 moving water with riffles, minor waves and few or no obstructions. As inviting as it looks, the river’s current is deceptively strong and the water is much colder than most people expect. The Deschutes River is spring fed and water temperatures rarely exceed 60 degrees. A quick dunk in the river feels good for a few moments on the hottest days, but hypothermia is a real concern for anyone unable to get out of the water. Life vests, appropriate clothing, food and water, knowing in advance the distances and float times and safe boating practices are important to keep the focus on fun. Popular floats between publicly accessible launch and takeout points in the Sunriver area include: Big River (River Mile 199.2) to Harper Bridge (RM 191.7). Distance 7.5 miles. Float time: 3-5 hours depending on wind direction and paddle effort. Note: Access at Harper Bridge is on the south side of the bridge next to the golf course. Harper Bridge (RM 191.7) to Besson Day Use Area (RM 189.9). Distance: 1.8 miles. Float time: 45 minutes. Note: Access at Harper Bridge is on the south side of the bridge next to the golf course. Harper Bridge (RM 191.7) to Sunriver Resort’s Canoe Takeout (RM 183.1). Distance: 8.6 miles. Float time: 4-6 hours depending on wind direction and paddle effort. Note: Access at Harper

Bridge is on the south side of the bridge next to the golf course. Besson Day Use Area (RM 189.9) to Sunriver Resort’s Canoe Takeout (RM 188.2). Distance: 6.8 miles. Float time: 2-4 hours depending on wind direction and paddle effort. Besson Day Use Area (RM 189.9) to Benham Falls Day Use Area at River Mile 182.0. Distance: 7.9 miles. Float time: 3-4 hours depending on wind direction and paddle effort. Sunriver Resort operates a commercial marina at River Mile 188.2 off River Road. The general public and guests of the Resort must rent boats from the marina to utilize this facility. Boat rental fees include a shuttle ride back from the Canoe Takeout at River Mile 182.0. Information: 541-593- 3492 or www.sunriver-resort. com/activities/sunriver-resort-marina Sunriver Owners Association opened a private launch and parking area in 2015 at River Mile 188.2. Access to this facility is restricted to Sunriver homeowners and their guests. Only those with updated Member Preference and Recreation Plus access cards issued by the homeowner’s association will be able to utilize this facility. Information: 541-585-3147, www. sunriverstyle.com/fun-on-the-river.html Several shops in The Village at Sunriver and the Sunriver Business Park rent watercraft, life vests and other necessary items. The Sunriver Marina, Good2Go and Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe offer drop-off and pick up service and a variety of classes. State law requires life vests for all watercraft occupants, whether you are in a float tube, kayak, canoe or boat. For a complete list of public boat launches on the upper Deschutes River between Sunriver and Wickiup Dam visit: www. deschutespaddletrail.info

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Hiking Trails

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he Sunriver area is well-known for its plethora of outdoor activities and the hardy adrenaline-seeking white-water kayakers and mountain bikers who visit the area won’t be disappointed. However, for a more leisurely recreation there are plenty of scenic hiking trails to explore, at all levels of difficulty with no extreme sports pedigree required. Sunriver provides convenient access to the Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway. Starting in Sunriver and ending in Bend, the scenic drive offers beautiful scenery along the way as it circles Mt. Bachelor. There are several lakes along the way where hikers can stop and enjoy a picnic lunch or take a walk around the lake. Most lakes contain High Mountain Lake Resorts equipped convenience stores and/or restaurants as well as over-night cabins for rent. Serious hikers can leave their cars at trailheads along the highway and enjoy a more rugged backcountry experience in the nearby Three Sisters Wilderness Area. If you are hiking in the Wilderness you will need to fill out a free Wilderness permit before entry and remember group sizes are limited to 12 people. The Cascades Lakes highway ( or Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway) is closed during the winter and usually does not open until Memorial Day weekend. The Deschutes River Trail can be accessed from the north end of Sunriver, and winds along the banks of the river all the way to Bend. Take a waterfall tour as you hike north, passing Benham, Dillon and Lava Island falls along the way. The Newberry National Volcanic Monument in the Deschutes National Forest is a unique feature and contains one of the greatest diversity of geologic features in the world. Visitors from Sunriver can walk the 5.5 mile Sun-Lava paved path. Visitors can enjoy interpretive talks at Lava Lands before a short hike up Lava Butte. The Monument offers over 60 trails ready to be explored from short interpretive walks to the 21mile Crater Rim trail and provides an amazing way to spend the day and experience one of Central Oregon’s volcanoes. Deschutes National Forest 541-383-5300 www.fs.usda.gov/main/deschu

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The Newberry Country Trail

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three-hour tour from high lakes to high desert featuring every kind of family friendly activity imaginable!The Newberry Country Trail is a three hour plus driving/car tour centered around the Newberry National Volcanic Monument and Lava Lands in La Pine south of Bend. It includes the communities of Sunriver, La Pine, Gilchrist, Crescent, Fort Rock, Christmas Valley and Silver Lake with support from Crescent Lake and Summer Lake. The Newberry Country Trail takes you from the forested high lakes and rivers in the Cascade foothills on the western edge of the tour to the Great Basin and high desert on the eastern border of the newest Travel Oregon Rural Tourism Studio project! Everything that the Newberry Country Trail (NCT) features is available to visitors from the tour route itself. As you travel from one town to the next, attractions unfold to reveal an area rich in possibilities for play and exploration. Within a boot shaped area of about 150 miles,you can experience any or all of the natural amenities of the Newberry Country region. Each particular area of the NCT offers family friendly and affordable activities that include all of the winter sports, like skiing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, snowman building and winter cabins. Add to that the hearty meals,shopping,star watching and nature loving under the winter skies. When the snow melts in spring and summer, the NTC offers a variety of activities that include biking, motorcycling, kayaks, fishing, canoes, boats, horseback riding, waterskiing, swimming, hiking, camping ATVing, RVing and more. For rock hounds, budding geology buffs or natural historians, the NTC takes you through the natural geological wonders in

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Exploring Underground f you and your family want a unique experience, or just a place to cool off on a hot summer day, be sure to set aside an afternoon to explore the Lava River Cave near Sunriver.

An ancient lava tunnel about a mile long and up to 50 feet wide in places, the Lava River Cave has three ecosystems: the warm, dry climate just outside the entrance; the warm, moist microclimate at the entrance; and the cool, moist, dark environment inside the cave itself. The cave temperature is a constant 42 degrees and is open seasonally, so check with the Lava Lands Visitors Center to find out the latest schedule. Visitors may take self-guided tours, and lantern rentals are available for $5 until 4pm. 541-593-2421 www.fs.fed.us/r6/centraloregon/newberrynvm/dayuse

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Oregon’s Great Basin and High Desert where rock formations, arroyos and minerals abound. The archeologist in you can find Native American sites with tribal histories that predate modern man. The paleontologist will find fossils and geological history that reveals how the area changed from a deep inland sea/lake to the desert it is now. Off Hwy. 31, the desert at Fort Rock, you can visit the Fort Rock natural “ring” or stop to see the historic buildings in Heritage Village on the main road. Walk through the Crack in the Ground or play on the many miles of ATV accessible trails in the sand dunes in Christmas Valley. Spend an evening in Silver Lake at the Cowboy Dinner Tree to get a home cooked meal that is still cooked over open fires. Go a few miles east and enjoy hot springs in Summer Lake or a few miles south and fish at Thompson Reservoir. Try your hand at fishing in the over thirty local lakes or three local rivers located near La Pine and Sunriver on the Cascade Lakes Highway. Besides Kokanee, or German Brown trout, rainbow and fly fishing there is kayaking or lazy floats down the Little Deschutes, boating on the Big Deschutes, fly fishing in Fall River or bike routes for every rider along the NTC route. Visit the oldest working forest products mill town in Central Oregon in Gilchrist along with its sister city Crescent and a long list of local treasures to explore. (Stop at the Mohawk to see unusual collections and look at one of the oldest theaters in Central Oregon a block off the main hwy). After a stop in the mill town, drive 15 minutes north on your NCT tour on Hwy. 97 to La Pine to see what locals call Oregon’s other Crater — the Newberry National Volcanic Monument (one of only three national monuments located in Oregon). It holds two separate lakes (East and Paulina), the largest North American lava flow of “new” obsidian in the world, waterfalls, hiking and biking trails and hot springs. One mile north of the crater turnoff is the road west to La Pine State Park where visitors can camp year round or find the water falls, access to the big Deschutes River and the largest Ponderosa Pine tree in the world right in the park. Newberry Country has hundreds of miles of ATV roads, located across the Newberry Country Trail region. Exploring Newberry National Monument Lava Lands, caves and its volcanic features is easy and available all summer. At the Newberry Crater you will hosted by U.S. Forest Service rangers ready to answer questions or educate you and your family about the volcanic features you can check out. Photo courtesy of William Wood 2017-18 | www.SunriverChamber.com

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ake Forest Service Road #40 (South Century Drive, then Spring River Road) headed west out of Sunriver, then turn right onto Road #46 (Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway) headed north.

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Devils Lake and Todd Lake, finally approaching Mt. Bachelor as you complete the loop and take Road #45 south back towards Sunriver. In the wintertime, the Byway is closed just south of Davis Lake to Mt. Bachelor but you can access the portion from Mt. Bachelor to Bend via Road #45 from Sunriver.


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Scenic Byway Road cyclists love the scenic Cascade Lake Byway.

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unriver is conveniently located near what’s arguably one of the most beautiful drives in the entire Northwest: the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway. True to its name, the byway makes a loop around Mt. Bachelor and passes several mountain lakes along the way, each with its own breathtaking view of the Cascade Mountains. The peaks of Mt. Bachelor, Broken Top and the Three Sisters will seem close enough to touch as you take a relaxing stroll around the perimeter of Todd Lake or any of the other crystal-clear, pristine alpine lakes that dot the unforgettable landscape. Many of these lakes are accessible by car only in the summer months, but there’s still fun to be had at the Sno-Parks along the sides of the road. Be sure to stop by the new Deschutes National Forest’s Welcome Center located at the junction of Conklin Road and the Scenic Byway.

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or Make a Pact to Visit Them All Fort Rock Park Fort Rock Park features a large grassy field, pavilion shelter and playground equipment with several picnic tables located around the premises. The park offers basketball and tennis courts, softball and volleyball facilities as well as horseshoes. Located between Circles 4 and 11 in the heart of Sunriver. www.sunriverowners.org, 541-593-2411

Paulina Park Paulina Park is located at the SHARC on Overlook Road near Circle 2. Nestled behind the amphitheater area, the park features a playground, bocce ball court, rock climbing wall, restrooms, several picnic tables and a propane barbecue. A pavilion is available for rent for four hours maximum between the hours of 10am and dusk. www.sunriverowners.org, 541-585-3144 or 541-585-3145

Lava Lands Visitor Center After several years of work, the Lava Lands Visitor Center has unveiled the Lawrence A. Chitwood Exhibit Hall which showcases area geology, ecology, climate and culture. The center puts on a variety of educational programs to teach visitors of all ages about Central Oregon. A landmark at the center is nearby Lava Butte, a 500-foot-tall cinder cone that erupted 7,000 years ago, covering a nine-square-mile area with lava. Contact the Visitor Center for more information about visitor hours and activities. See information about cave tours on page 25. Location: north of Sunriver on U.S. 97. www.fs.fed.us/r6/centraloregon/newberrynvm/lavalands.shtml, 541-593-2421

La Pine State Park La Pine State Park is perhaps best known as the home of Oregon’s largest Ponderosa Pine. Affectionately known as Big Red, the tree towers 162 feet tall and experts say it might be as old as 500 years. Check out the tree found along a scenic pine forest trail, and explore the rest of the ten miles of trails. The park offers year-round camping with 80 full hookup sites, as well as ten log cabins for those who don’t want to “rough it.” Two cabins are designated pet friendly. Off U.S. 97, 7 miles SW of Sunriver at 15800 State Recreation Road, La Pine. www.oregonstateparks.org/park_41.php, 541-536-2071

Besson Day Use Area & Boat Launch Go west on Spring River Rd. (Hwy. 40 to Mt. Bachelor), cross the Deschutes River and go approximately one mile. Take a right on Conklin Rd. (Hwy. 41 just after Besson Rd.) and proceed about one mile (this is a unimproved gravel road). The area is surrounded by the Deschutes River and features a meadow field with several picnic tables and barbeque pits.

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Newberry National Volcanic Monument

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ewberry Volcano is the largest volcano in the Cascade Range, roughly the size of Rhode Island. It features extraordinary geologic formations such as the Lava Cast Forest, the mile-long Lava River Cave, the mind-boggling 17-mile wide Newberry Caldera which contains two lakes (Paulina Lake and East Lake), Oregon’s youngest lava flow, Paulina Falls which spills 80 feet over the caldera’s rim and Paulina Peak (7,985 feet). Newberry’s eruptive history began 400,000 years ago and has created massive lava flows that covered 1,200 square miles, dozens of lava tubes, and over 400 cinder cones and volcanic vents during its active periods. Newberry last erupted about 1,300 years ago, and present-day hot springs and geologically young lava flows indicate that it could reawaken at any time. Because of its proximity to Sunriver, Bend and La Pine, U.S. Geological Survey scientists closely monitor the volcano for signs of unrest. From the native communities who first crossed this land to the early European and American explorers, to casual visitors today, people have marveled at this rugged landscape for thousands of years. Lava Lands Visitor Center is the interpretive hub of Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Friendly rangers help orient visitors to the Monument using a 3D topographic map and a state of the art interpretive exhibit on area geologic and cultural history. The Visitor Center offers daily films, easy hikes on the Trail of the Molten Lands and the Trail of the Whispering Pines, picnics under the pines, live ranger interpretive talks and spectacular views from the top of Lava Butte, which is the site of an active fire lookout tower. 541-383-5530 stacey.cochran@discovernw.org


Recreation Passes

When planning a trip to a northwest National Forest or State Sno-Parks, you may want to check ahead of time if you will need a recreation pass. For National Forests, the following passes can be used: • The $30 Annual Northwest Forest Pass is honored at all Forest Service day-use sites in Oregon and Washington for a year. • A $5 one-day National Forest Recreation Day Pass is honored at all Forest Service day-use sites in Oregon and Washington for a day. • If you go to Newberry National Volcanic Monument, the recreation pass lasts three days and costs $10. • All recreation passes, except the Newberry National Volcanic pass, can be purchased at any Forest Service Office or on-line at: www.fs.usda.gov/ main/r6/passes-permits/recreation. The Newberry National Volcanic Pass can be purchased at sites within the Monument. • During winter, Sno-Park permits are required to park at the developed Sno-Parks located along the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway. Sno-Park permits are sold by the State of Oregon and are not available at Forest Service offices. A Sno-Park permit costs $25 for an annual permit, $9 for a three-day and $4 for a daily. The Annual Northwest Forest Pass and/or Sno-Park permits available in Sunriver at: Sunriver Sports 541-593-8639 Camp Abbott Trading Company 541-593-3396 Sunriver Country Store 541-593-8113 Village Bike & Ski (No NW Forest Pass) 541-593-8887 4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters (No NW Forest Pass) 541-593-2255 Central Oregon Adventures (No NW Forest Pass) 541-593-8887 Sunriver Market Place 541-593-8166 Sunriver Country Store 541-593-8113 Central Oregon Visitors Association 541-389-8799

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Do you have a need for speed? Try out Mt. Bachelor’s new downhill mountain bike park!

Mt. Bachelor

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entral Oregon fun extends well beyond the comfort of town. Escape to the mountains where Mt. Bachelor offers a variety of summer activities fit for everyone in the family — from grandma and grandpa to the thrill-seeking youngsters. Established in the summer of 2013, the Mt. Bachelor Bike Park has grown in popularity among mountain bikers across the Northwest. Featuring a combination of machine-built flow trails and hand-built singe track, the network combines over 13 miles of lift-served downhill trails. Sunshine Accelerator and Pine Marten Express lifts serve everything from green circle beginner runs to double black diamond expert trails. The Skills Park provides the perfect entry level progression features to build confidence before taking it to the mountain. Rental bikes and other bike gear are available in the Gravity Sports shop. If you are looking for a more relaxed experience, Mt. Bachelor offers scenic chairlift rides to the Pine Marten Lodge at the 7,800 feet elevation. While there, take in a panoramic view of the Three Sisters peaks, Broken Top and the Cascade Lakes while enjoying lunch, a refreshing snack or a cold beverage. You can hike around the mountain or test your skills against the elevation and mountain terrain on the alpine disc golf course. A summertime visit to Central Oregon is not complete

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without experiencing a Sunset Dinner at Mt. Bachelor’s Pine Marten Lodge. Offered on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, watch a spectacular sunset over the Cascade Mountains while enjoying a gourmet meal. After dessert, ride the chairlift back down beneath a starlit sky. Call 800-829-2442 to make a dinner reservation. Mt. Bachelor’s West Village base area serves as the mountain’s summer headquarters. Start your visit at the Mountain Gateway building to purchase tickets, pick up hiking and other sporting merchandise and get information about U.S. Forest Service educational talks and summer sled dog rides. During all four season, Mt. Bachelor can assist you in planning your vacation needs. Call 800-829-2442 or email info@ mtbachelor.com to learn more about the Mt. Bachelor experience. Photo by Dennis Yuroshek 800-829-2442, www.mtbachelor.com


Tennis & Pickleball

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erennially listed as one of the world’s top tennis destinations by www.tennisresortsonline.com, Sunriver added a Tennis Magazine top 50 ranking to its tennis trophy case in 2012. Sunriver’s 24 outdoor tennis courts, revitalized programs and numerous tournaments create popularity for the Sunriver community as Central Oregon’s true “Tennis Town”. The Sunriver Owner’s Association (SROA) continues to rebuild many of its existing courts when needed, which proves to be quite a draw for state and national tennis tournaments. Most of the tennis activity is focused at the North Courts next to the Woodlands Golf Courseand Tennis Hill, adjacent to Fort Rock Park. Smaller court complexes nestled within the pines dot the community, creating a private court experience. Tennis court reservations can be made at 541-593-5707. Court fees are $15 per court per 1.5 hours of playing time (free to SROA Members w/ a Member Preference Card and for SROA Recreation Plus Program pass holders). Sunriver tennis programs are coordinated by a certified tennis pro and a seasoned staff June through mid-September. The tennis offshoot, known as Pickleball, has also taken root.The game is a combination of ping pong and badminton. In the last three years two tennis courts at Fort Rock Park were converted to six pickleball courts. Pickleball paddles and instruction are available at Tennis Hill at Fort Rock Park. The Sunriver Pickleball Club plays on a regular basis on SROA Pickleball courts and if you are interested in playing more Pickleball in an organized social setting, please visit www.sunrivertennis.com for more details. If you are a guest of Sunriver Resort, you have four additional outdoor and three indoor tennis courts available for use.Sunriver Resort’s Sage Springs Tennis & Spa also offers indoor Pickleball play for Resort guests at select times during the year. www.sunrivertennis.com

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Recreation

You can leave the car at home in Sunriver!

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unriver is Oregon’s original bike friendly vacation spot and boasts more than 34 miles of paved pathways. Whether you’re looking for an adventurous mountain bike ride or a tranquil, lazy loop through the pine along a paved trail on your way to the store, Sunriver has you covered. Many rental homes come equipped with bikes, but if they aren’t included and you don’t bring your own, there are bike rental shops where you can rent every conceivable kind of bicycle and accessory including toddler trailers, tandem and recumbent bikes. The pathways curve around golf course, under roads, through pine forest, along the Deschutes River and through Sunriver’s Great Meadow. Pathway maps, including pathway rules, are available at local bike shops and from kiosks along the pathways and roads, and are clearly marked on Sunriver maps. If you think you are lost, just travel a little farther, and you’ll soon come to a kiosk or intersection where signs will point the way. Limitless mountain bike riding awaits you in the surrounding National Forest lands, including a challenging single-track trail to Benham Fall accessed off Circle 7. Road cyclists love to ride the nearby Cascade Lakes Highway for its scenery, challenging hill climbs and welcome descents. A 5.5-mile multi-use paved pathway connecting Sunriver to the Lava Lands Visitor Center opened in 2014. It replaces what used to be a dusty logging road that was a slog to ride. The new pathway is ten-feet wide with nice views, gradual curves and slopes and is a joy to navigate. Riding a bike or walking through the majestic ponderosa pines extends a sense of freedom from not having to drive to reach special places. From Lava Lands Visitor Center, the Sun-Lava pathway runs

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southwest, essentially parallel to Forest Road 9702 (Benham Falls Road), gradually downhill to the Benham Falls East Day Use Area on the bank of the Deschutes River. From here, pedestrians and cyclists can cross the river on a wood bridge and proceed downstream about ¼-mile to spectacular Benham Falls. A well-marked junction to Sunriver is a few hundred yards east of Benham East Day Use area. The Sun Lava pathway features mileage markers and intersection signage to help users navigate to their intended destination. It would be difficult to get lost on this pathway as it is the only paved surface for miles around. Just about all uses — hiking, biking, skating, skateboards and wheelchairs — are permitted on the new Sun-Lava pathway.The pathway is not plowed in winter, offering itself as a delightful and well-marked cross-country ski trail. Please observe signage at the south end of the pathway entering Sunriver where different rules (no rollerskates or skateboards in Sunriver due to higher volumes of traffic) apply. The Sun Lava pathway constitutes a major upgrade to what was one of the roughest sections of the Deschutes River Trail connecting Sunriver to Bend. The 13.8-mile ride from Sunriver to Bend is best suited for adventurous mountain bike riders. Some people make round trips, with pit stops at brewpubs on both ends. Single-track mountain bike trails still exist between Sunriver and Lava Lands for those seeking off-pavement adventure, including the Black Rock Trail and Trail 2.1. Paulina Plunge, a downhill waterfall mountain bike tour a few miles south of Sunriver, will take you to six waterfalls and two natural waterslides while coasting six miles down a smooth forest trail.


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Want an insider tip on where to find the best fishing? Try one of Sunriver’s seasoned guides.

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Looking for a way to escape the heat on a summer day? Opportunities to spend a day on the water are plentiful from Crane Prairie Reservoir, Wickiup Reservoir, Davis Lake, Lava Lakes, East Lake and Paulina Lake to Lake Billy Chinook. Stop by Garrison’s Guide Service, Sunriver Fly Shop or Hook Fly Shop/Cascade Guides & Outfitters for your gear and guide services. Cascade Guides & Outfitters is an Orvis-endorsed outfitter in Oregon, and services include a variety of half day to five day trips that utilize over 400 miles of rivers and over 100 lakes in the Central Oregon/Cascade Mountains area. They offer a selection of fly fishing schools, accommodations and a complete line of equipment and supplies. For the adventure seekers, the Lower Deschutes River is known for thrilling whitewater in a dramatic canyon landscape. When not riding and splashing down the rollercoaster rapids, you will gaze in awe at the path the river has carved from its rugged surroundings.

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Recreation For this adventure, contact Sun Country Raft Tours. They offer trips on the Upper Deschutes, McKenzie River, North Umpqua or Lower Deschutes Rivers. Sun Country also features standup paddle camps and river float tubes. Central Oregon River Adventures rents jet skis and pontoon boats for the long summer days, or inner tubes, rafts, canoes, kayaks and paddle boards for those wishing to explore on the water. If you prefer an adventure on two wheels, rent a bike at Sunriver Sports, 4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters or Village Bike & Ski Shop for an excellent way to get around Sunriver or explore the many single track trails in the area. Take bicycling to the next level with Cog Wild tours. Various one-day and multi-day tours start around Bend and Sunriver and expand throughout the Cascades and the high desert landscapes. Wanderlust Tours can provide several ways to experience the outdoors without worries of getting lost. From canoe, kayak, cave and volcano tours in the summer to snowshoe or moonlight snowshoe treks in the winter, Wanderlust has an adventure for you. Tap into Central Oregon’s booming beer culture with a tour of several of the area’s top breweries on their Bend Brew Bus. Winter enthusiasts will find the right alpine skis, cross-country skis, snowboards, boots and bindings at 4 Seasons and Sunriver Sports. In the warmer seasons dive into their large selection of swim gear or cool off with some cave exploring… lamps and flashlights required. Up for a vertical expedition? Get climbing lessons and guide services with First Ascent Climbing Services at Smith Rock, a world-class rock climbing destination less than an hour away.

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Recreation Central Oregon golf features nearly 30 spectacular courses, all within one hour of Sunriver. Dramatic high desert scenery and a pleasant dry climate with 300 days of annual sunshine make Central Oregon the perfect setting for world-class golf nearly year-round.

Photo courtesy of Sunriver Resort

Unparalleled Golf Awaits You

Sunriver Area Courses

Featuring Oregon’s finest golf, Sunriver Resort is a golfer’s paradise and an ideal choice for a golf vacation near Bend, Oregon. Each of Sunriver Resort’s four golf courses was designed by an acclaimed architect. Crosswater, a recipient of a host of national golf awards, was designed by Bob Cupp. Meadows, one of Oregon’s most unique golf courses, was designed by John Fought. Robert Trent Jones Jr. was the mastermind behind The Woodlands, regarded by many as Oregon’s finest championship golf course. Caldera Links, another Bob Cupp design, is a family-friendly nine-hole course that makes the game of golf approachable for all skill levels. Graced with carefully preserved wetlands, forested meadows and sparkling waters, Sunriver Resort offers 63 holes of the best golf in the West. With their aesthetic grace, holes bordering the meandering Sunriver, and dramatic use of directional and fore bunkers, these golf courses near Bend, Oregon serve up ample challenges for golfers of all skill levels. But Sunriver offers much more than just beautiful Oregon golf courses. With its tremendous variety of amenities, accommodations, facilities and activities for the whole family, Sunriver is the perfect destination for a Pacific Northwest vacation. Any time of the year.

Crosswater

Crosswater is a traditional bent grass heathland style 7,683yard golf course which crosses the Little Deschutes River seven times. Crosswater’s private golf facilities are available only for members and their guests, club management guests and Sunriver Resort guests. Honored by Golf Digest as one of America’s 100 Greatest Courses, Crosswater is situated on 600 magnificently scenic acres of woodlands and carefully preserved wetlands. This course features five tee placements for each hole, bent grass fairways and greens and is threaded by the gently flowing Deschutes and Little Deschutes Rivers.

Crosswater Awards Named one of the Top 10 Destinations for Family Golf - Golf Digest, January 2016. Top 10 for the best courses you can play in Oregon in 2014 - Golf Week #17 of America’s Best Residential Golf Courses - Golf Week #28 of America’s top 100 Greatest Golf Courses - Golf Digest America’s Top 100 Modern Courses - Golf Week Certified Audubon Sanctuary - Audubon International Continued on page 40

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Private Courses Caldera Links (Sunriver Resort guests, Caldera Springs Homeowners and guests, & Crosswater Club Members only). 541-593-4402 tee times 9 Holes Max/min Yardage 777 to 1,162 Course Rating N/A Slope Index N/A $29-39

Crosswater Club (Members and Resort guests only) 541-593-4402 tee times 18 holes Max/min Yardarge 5,213 to 7,683 Course Rating 69.7 to 76.5 Slope Index 131 to 145 $49-189 (range balls included in green fee)

Public Courses Sunriver Resort Meadows Course 18 Holes 541-593-4402 tee times www.sunriver-resort.com Max/min Yardage 5,341 to 6,933 Course Rating 69.1 to 73.4 Slope Index 133 to 142 $29-69

Sunriver Resort Woodlands Course 18 Holes 541-593-4402 tee times www.sunriver-resort.com Max/min Yardage 5,341 to 6,933 Course Rating 69.1 to 73.4 Slope Index 133 to 142 $29-69

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50th PGA Professional Championship June 15 - 21, 2017

The Sunriver Resort’s Crosswater and Meadows courses have been selected to host the 50th PGA Professional Championship, June 15-21, 2017, marking the fourth time that the PGA of America’s showcase event for PGA Professionals will be contested at the Sunriver Resort. Previously hosted in 2001, 2007 and 2013, the Sunriver Resort, Crosswater and PGA of America will recruit over 700 Volunteers to work the Championship. Volunteer positions include walking scorers, standard bearers, shuttle cart drivers, media support, caddies and range attendants. Volunteers will receive a commemorative PGA polo and hat, in addition to complimentary lunches and a hosted volunteer party. The cost Meadows Putting Green to volunteer is $25. To register contact Volunteer Coordinator Josie Whisnant at 541-280-1874 or golfvolunteers541@gmail.com.

Meadows

Meadows is acclaimed architect John Fought’s latest creation. Meadows features tremendous variety within its 18 holes, seven of which border the meandering Sunriver. Fought’s design pays tribute to the great American courses from the 1920s and ‘30s with its aesthetic grace, while its dramatic use of directional and fore-bunkers serve up ample

challenges for golfers of all skill levels. The Meadows course has played host to numerous USGA and NCAA golf championships, including the NCAA Men’s Division I championship tournament. In addition to 18 exciting holes, Meadows is also home to the popular 9-hole putting course. Named one of the Top 10 Destinations for Family Golf by Golf Digest, January 2016.

Woodlands

Designed by internationally celebrated golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., Woodlands features dense forests of Ponderosa and Lodgepole Pine, outcroppings of lava rock and an abundance of water. Noted by golfers for superb conditioning and its beautiful setting, the Woodlands is one of the Northwest’s finest championship courses. The Woodlands Golf Shop features Nike Golf products; including men’s and women’s apparel, footwear, clubs and equipment. Named one of the Top 10 Destinations for Family Golf by Golf Digest, January 2016.

Caldera Links

The same team that brought you the award winning Crosswater golf course, brings you the Caldera Links, a family-friendly 9 hole course that makes the great game of golf approachable and enjoyable. Developed by renowned architect Bob Cupp along with Sunriver’s own Jim Ramey, Caldera Links includes tour quality bent grass greens and bluegrass tees which are groomed daily by our Crosswater team. Holes range from 60 to 185 yards in length making it the perfect course to hone your skills or introduce your children to the game. Caldera Links is reserved exclusively for Sunriver Resort guests, Caldera Springs homeowners and

Central Oregon has been ranked 23rd among Golf Digest’s 50 Greatest Golf Destinations tendering award-winning courses designed by some of the best golf architects in the world.

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Crosswater Club members. Named one of the Top 10 Destinations for Family Golf by Golf Digest, January 2016.

Quail Run

Quail Run Golf Course is a beautifully maintained, 18hole championship course with panoramic views of the surrounding Central Oregon mountain ranges. With four sets of tees ranging from 5,400 to more than 6,800 yards,

Quail Run provides a challenge for golfers of all skill levels, accommodating serious players and those who just want to relax with friends or host a corporate event amid the beautiful Pacific Northwest scenery. Located just 25 minutes south of Bend and close to Sunriver, it’s well worth the short drive to enjoy this favorite of locals and visitors alike. It’s a secret Oregonians have known for years — Quail Run Golf Course boasts one of the best courses in Central Oregon golf.

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Snow Play Central Oregon is well-known as a world-class destination for winter sports enthusiasts. Visit Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort or one of the many Sno-Parks for an exciting day in the snow. No matter your interest or skill level, you’ll find plenty to do in the acres of pristine, perfect powder.

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Try cross-country skiing or snowshoeing at Vista Butte, Edison, Swampy Lakes or Virginia Meissner and snowmobiling or skate skiing at Wanoga. Head up to Dutchman Sno-Park for backcountry access to the Cascades and skiing on Tumalo Mountain. To rent snowshoes, skis or snowboards, stop by 4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters, Sunriver Sports, Village Bike & Ski or Tumalo Creek Canoe & Kayak. Rent snowmobiles at Good 2 Go or Central Oregon Adventures in Sunriver. For some of best snowshoeing or snowmobiling take South Century Drive and Spring River Road, west from Sunriver, then Road #45 north to Road #46, the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway. Along the way, you’ll pass Edison and Dutchman Sno-Parks, with the Wanoga play area a few miles to the East of the #45 junction with the Scenic Byway. South of Sunriver, there are several more snow-parks, including Ten-Mile near Paulina Lake, the Junction Sno-Park off Highway 58 and the Walt Haring Sno-Park near Chemult. Consult a map for a complete listing.

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Pilot Butte State Park

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Seventh Mountain Resort

Sunriver

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Petersen Rock Garden

Lava Island Falls Lava Butte Dillon Falls Benham 9702 Falls

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CULTUS LAKE

Redmond Airport

Tumalo State Park

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See chambers of commerce for Scenic Byway detailed tour information.

REDMOND

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Swampy Virginia Lakes Meissner

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GRAVEL ROAD

HAYSTACK RES.

Terrebonne

Eagle Crest

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HOSMER LAKE

Closed in the Winter

Vista Butte

Dutchman

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Skyliner

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Desert Area

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Tumalo

Tumalo Falls

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Cline Falls State Park

Lower Three Creek Upper Three Creek

4. Museum at Warm Springs 5. Richardson’s Rock Ranch

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DESCHUTES RIVER

16 THREE CREEK LAKE

South Sister

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MADRAS

Culver

Crooked River Ranch

Black Butte

Black Butte Ranch

North Sister

Cove Palisades State Park

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Camp Sherman

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To Trout Creek

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LAKE BILLY CHINOOK

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1. Hoodoo Ski Area 2. KOA Madras, Culver 3. Mt. Bachelor

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Round Butte Dam

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Mt. Washington

To McKenzie River Area, Eugene

Pelton Dam

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The numbering sequence below corresponds with the red numbered boxes on this map.

Shaniko

To South Jct.

The Museum at Warm Springs

To Salem, Portland

To Albany

NOTE: MAP NOT TO SCALE

To Biggs

Fort Rock State Park

MILLER LAKE Walt Haring

Mt. Bailey

Cinnamon

Mt. Thielsen 9772

DIAMOND LAKE

Chemult

South Diamond

138 230 CRATER LAKE

THE VOLCANIC LEGACY SCENIC BYWAY

Lodge

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To Medford Thousand Springs

You’ll need a permit to park at all Sno-Parks and at national forests, national parks, state parks or other public land recreation sites. See page 29 for details.

Mt. Scott

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Recreation Pass at Sno-Parks


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t. Bachelor, the crown jewel of Central Oregon’s winter sports mecca, is one of the top ten largest ski resorts in North America. Open for skiing and snowboarding from November through May, the 9,065 foot volcano is the tallest resort peak in all of Oregon and Washington and offers 4,318 acres of skiable terrain. Known for quality snow, diverse terrain and 360 degrees of skiing from the top of the Summit, Mt. Bachelor has a taste of everything. Whether you prefer powder stashes in the trees, steep heart-pumping descents or cruising corduroy, there is something well suited for skiers and rides of all abilities. Eleven chairlifts, including eight high speed quads serve a varied mix of over 100 runs with about 15 percent of the terrain rated as easier, 35

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percent more difficult, 30 percent most difficult and 20 percent extremely difficult. New in 2016, the Cloudchaser lift opens 635 additional acres of intermediate and advanced terrain. The lift is well protected from Mt. Bachelor’s most common Northwest weather flow and further reduces the already minimal lift lines. The Mountain Gateway building

in West Village is the one stop shop for everything you need to start your day on the mountain, including tickets, passes and rental equipment. Gravity sports, one of the premiere ski and snowboard shops in Central Oregon, has a large assortment of skis, snowboards, boots, apparel and accessories. If you’d like to try a mountain adventure of a different sort, Mt. Bachelor’s Snowblast Tubing Park is popular with groups and families while the Nordic Center offers the longest groomed Nordic ski season in North America. Cross-country skiers can explore more than a dozen groomed trails covering over 30 miles. In the Sunrise base area, take a scenic ride behind an Iditarod sled dog team with the Oregon Trail of Dreams. Stay snug and warm in the sled while the team and a professional musher take you on an exciting adventure through the Deschutes National Forest. The standard trip lasts about an hour, including orientation and an option to help take care of the dogs after the ride. 800-829-2442 www.mtbachelor.com

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April Fool’s Day 5K Dash, 10am behind the lodge. Tickets: www.eventbrite.com/e/april-fools-day-dashtickets-30737894871 Underwater Egg Hunt & Rubber Duck Races, SHARC 9am-11am First Friday ArtWalk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District, 5:30-9pm, www.cascadeae.com ABA-USA BMX Great NW Nationals, Deschutes County Expo Center, www.expo.deschutes.org Big Wave Challenge, Events Arena, Mt. Bachelor, www.mtbachelor.com Second Saturday Artist Reception, Artists’ Gallery Sunriver 4-7pm, www.artistsgallerysunriver.com, 541-593-4382 Salmon Run, Bend, 6am, www.runsalmonrun.com Sunriver Potluck, SHARC, 6-8:30pm Easter Brunch — Carson’s Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt, Activities — Crosswater Easter Egg Hunt & Activities — Lodge 9:30am at the Lodge Snow Golf Tournament, Mt. Bachelor, www.mtbachelor.com Health & Home Improvement Expo, SHARC, 10am-2pm, 541-585-3144 May

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First Friday ArtWalk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District, 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com Western Antique Auction, Deschutes County Expo Center, www.expo.deschutes.org, 541-548-2711 Spring Home & Garden Show, Deschutes County Expo Center, www.expo.deschutes.org, 541-548-2711 Sunriver Potluck, SHARC, 6-9pm American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of La Pine-Sunriver Heritage Park, 10am, lauren.olander@cancer.org, 541-728-4378 Second Saturday Artist Reception, Artists’ Gallery, The Village, 4-7pm Great Skyliner Tailgate, Mt. Bachelor, www.mtbachelor.com Mother’s Day Brunch — Carson’s American Kitchen U.S. Bank Pole Pedal Paddle, Bend, 6am, www.pppbend.com U.S. Bank Kid’s Mini Pole Pedal Paddle, Les Schwab Amphitheater, www.mbsef.org, 541-388-0002 United Way Charity Golf Classic, Crosswater, 10am-7pm, www.deschutesunitedway.org/golf-classic, 541-389-6507 Kids Day in May, The Village at Sunriver, 11am-4pm, www.villageatsunriver.com, 541-593-8704

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27-28 Brewski Beer Festival and Keg Jam, Mt. Bachelor West Village, www.mtbachelor.com 27-30 Ponderosa Mountain Men Rendezvous, La Pine, www.lapine.org, 541-536-6050 28 Run for the Birds, Sunriver Resort, www.sunriver-resort.com Dog Day in May, The Village at Sunriver, 11am-3pm, www.villageatsunriver.com, 541-593-8704 North American Pond Skimming Championships, Mt. Bachelor West Village, 9am, www.mtbachelor.com June 2

First Friday ArtWalk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com 2-4 Play it Again, Sam, Sunriver Stars Community Theater, www.sunriverstars.org 4 Sunriver Music Festival Swing Fore Strings Golf Tournament Woodlands golf course, www.sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-1084 BMC Free Summer Sunday Concerts at Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 Heaven Can Wait-5K Run/Walk for Breast Cancer, Drake Park, Bend, 9am, www.stcharlesfoundation.org 9-11 Sisters Rodeo, Sisters, www.sisterscountry.com 10 Deschutes Demolition, The Village at Sunriver, 7am-5:30pm, www.villageatsunriver.com 2016 Rhubarb Festival, L&S Gardens, 9am-4pm, www.lsgardens.com/rhubarb_festival.html Second Saturday Artist Reception, Artists’ Gallery, 4-7pm 11 Young Artists Scholarship Concert, 7pm, Holy Trinity Catholic Church in, www. sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-1084 John Mellencamp, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 15-21 50th PGA Professional Championship, Sunriver Resort Crosswater and Meadows golf courses 20 Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ Band, SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater 22 Fermentation Celebration, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, www.theoldmill.com 23-25 Bite of Bend, Downtown Bend, www.biteofbend.com Pacific Crest Sports Weekend, www.whyracingevents.com 24 An Evening with Paul Simon, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com 25 High Lakes Car Club Annual Show and Shine, Senior Activity Center, La Pine, 559-410-1703 30 Pink Martini, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510


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Ween, Les Schwab Amphitheater Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 Summer Concert Series, Sunriver Resort Beer Garden, www.sunriver-resort.com NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com 1-2 Central Oregon Wildflower Show, Sunriver Nature Center, 541-593-4394 1-4 La Pine Frontier Days, La Pine, www.lapinefrontierdays.org 4 Sunriver 4th of July Festival, The Village at Sunriver, 10:30am-4pm, www.villageatsunriver.com 4th of July Bike Parade: 10am at The Bike Barn 4th of July Fun Run — 5K, 10k, Sunriver Resort 8:15am behind the Lodge, www.sunriver-resort.com July 4th Pet Parade, Downtown Bend, 10am, www.bendparksandrec.org July 4th Fireworks Spectacular, Pilot Butte State Park, 10pm Les Schwab Amphitheater Deftones + Rise Against Deschutes Demolition, The Village at Sunriver, 7am-5:30pm, www.villageatsunriver.com 6 Munch and Music Series, Drake Park, Bend, 5:30pm, www.c3events.com 7 First Friday ArtWalk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District 5:30-9pm, www.cascadeae.com 8 Summer Concert Series, Sunriver Resort The Backyard, www.sunriver-resort.com 8-10 Bank of the Cascades Summer Festival, Downtown Bend, www.c3events.com 9 Second Saturday Artist Reception, Artists’ Gallery, The Village, 4-6pm NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com Turf Tunes Sunriver Style at SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater, www.sunriversharc.com 13 Munch and Music Series, Drake Park, Bend, 5:30pm, www.c3events.com 13-15 Summer Concert Series, 6:30-8:30pm, Sunriver Resort The Backyard, www.sunriver-resort.com 15-17 COBA Tour of Homes, Central Oregon 15 Slightly Stoopid, Les Schwab Amphitheater Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com 16 Festival Faire Dinner & Auction, 5pm, Sunriver Resort Great Hall, www. sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-1084 Turf Tunes Sunriver Style at SHARC’s John Gray

Amphitheater, www.sunriversharc.com 19 5k Beer Run, Downtown Bend, 12pm, www.biteofbend.com 19-31 High Desert Classics Horse Show, J Bar J Boys Ranch, Bend, www.oregonhighdesertclassics.org 20 Teen Night, SHARC 8-10pm Advance, 541-585-3147 Munch and Music Series, Drake Park, Bend, 5:30pm, www.c3events.com Jack Johnson, Les Schwab Amphitheater Bend, Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 20-22 Summer Concert Series, 6:30-8:30pm, Sunriver Resort The Backyard, www.sunriver-resort.com 20-24 Cascade Cycling Classic, Bend, www.cascade-classic.org 21 Munch and Music Series, Drake Park, Bend, 5:30pm, www.c3events.com 21-23 Summer Concert Series, Sunriver Resort Beer Garden, www.sunriver-resort.com Avett Brothers Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 22 Sunriver Antique & Classic Car Show, The Village at Sunriver, 10am-2pm, www.villageatsunriver.com Run for the Birds 8:30am behind the Lodge, benefitting the Sunriver Nature Center NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com 22-23 USTA 18+ Mixed Sectional Championship, www.sunrivertennis.com 22-24 COBA Tour of Homes, Central Oregon, www.connectiondepot.com 23 Turf Tunes Sunriver Style at SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater, www.sunriversharc.com 25 Diana Krall Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 29 Balloons Over Sunriver, Night glow behind the Sunriver Lodge NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com 30 Turf Tunes Sunriver Style at SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater, www.sunriversharc.com August 1 2-6 3 3-5

Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo, Deschutes County Expo Center, Redmond, www.expo.deschutes.org/fair Munch and Music Series, Drake Park, Bend, 5:30pm, www.c3events.com Summer Concert Series, 6:30pm-8:30pm, Sunriver Resort The Backyard, www.sunriver-resort.com

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First Friday ArtWalk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District, 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com Steve Miller Band, Les Schwab Amphitheater Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 4-5 Tenth Annual Cascade Lakes Relay, www.cascadelakesrelay.com Ghost Tree Invitational Golf Tournament, Pronghorn, www.ghosttreeinvitational.com 5 Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, The Village at Sunriver Sunriver Quilt Show, The Village at Sunriver, 9am-4pm, www.villageatsunriver.com, 541-593-8704 NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com 6 Turf Tunes Sunriver Style at SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater, www.sunriversharc.com 8 Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater 10-12 Summer Concert Series, 6:30pm-8:30pm, Sunriver Resort The Backyard, www.sunriver-resort.com Bend Brewfest, Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend, www.bendconcerts.com, 541-312-8510 11 Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, The Village at Sunriver Sunriver Music Festival Classical Concert I, 7:30pm, Tower Theatre, www. sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-108 NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com 11-13 Sunriver Art Fair, The Village at Sunriver, 10am-7pm, www.villageatsunriver.com, 541-593-8704, www.sunriverartfair.com 12 Second Saturday Artists’ Gallery, The Village 13 Turf Tunes Sunriver Style at SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater, www.sunriversharc.com 15 Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater 16 Sunriver Music Festival Classical Concert II, 7:30pm, Summit High School, www.sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-108 17-19 Summer Concert Series, 6:30-8:30pm, Sunriver Resort The Backyard, www.sunriver-resort.com 18 Sunriver Music Festival Pops concert, 7:30pm, Summit High School, www.sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-108 19 Family Fun Fest, The Village at Sunriver, 11am-3pm Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, The Village at Sunriver Munch and Movies, Compass Park, Bend, 6pm, www.c3events.com NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com

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Sunriver Music Festival Classical Concert III 7:30pm, Sunriver Resort Great Hall, www.sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-108 Turf Tunes Sunriver Style at SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater, www.sunriversharc.com 21 Sunriver Music Festival Piano Recital, 7:30pm, Sunriver Resort Great Hall, www.sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-108 22 Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, SHARC’s John Gray Amphitheater Sunriver Music Festival Family Concert, 4pm, Sunriver Resort Great Hall, www. sunrivermusic.org 23 Sunriver Music Festival Classical Concert IV, 7:30pm, Sunriver Resort Great Hall, www.sunrivermusic.org, 541-593-108 24-26 Summer Concert Series, 6:30-8:30pm, Sunriver Resort The Backyard, www.sunriver-resort.com 25-26 The Sunriver Showcase, combination golf tournament and food festival, www.sunriver-resort.com 25-27 Art In The High Desert, Old Mill District, Bend, www.artinthehighdesert.com, 541-322-6272 Hang On the Bell, Nellie, Sunriver Stars Community Theater, www.sunriverstars.org 26 Munch and Movies, Compass Park, Bend, 6pm, www.c3events.com Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, The Village at Sunriver NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com September 1 1-3

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First Friday Art Walk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District, 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com Summer Concert Series, Sunriver Resort Beer Garden, www.sunriver-resort.com Sunriver Half Marathon for a Cause, Behind the Sunriver Lodge, http://regtorace.com/event/232 Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, The Village at Sunriver End of Summer Sidewalk Sale & Concert, The Village at Sunriver, 10am-5pm, www.villageatsunriver.com, 541-593-8704 NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com Twilight Cinema, begins approx. 90 minutes before sunset, The Village at Sunriver Sunriver Half Marathon for a Cause, www.sunriver-marathon.com Sisters Folk Festival, Sisters, www.sistersfolkfestival.org Team Cup Challenge Tennis Tournament, www.sunrivertennis.com Munch and Movies, Compass Park, Bend, 6pm,


Event Calendar www.c3events.com NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com Second Saturday Artist Reception, Artists’ Gallery, The Village, 4-6pm 15-16 Uncorked, Sunriver Style, two-day wine, cheese & chocolate event in Benham Hall at SHARC 16 NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, Bend, 10am-2pm, www.c3events.com 29 Tasting Dinner, 6:30-8:30pm at Carson’s American Kitchen — this month: Tour of Italy, www.sunriver-resort.com 30-Oct. 2 Bank of the Cascades Fall Festival, Downtown Bend, www.c3events.com

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First Friday Art Walk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District, 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com Sunriver Potluck, SHARC, 6-8:30pm BendFilm Festival, Bend, www.bendfilm.org, 541-388-FEST Second Saturday Artist Reception, Artists’ Gallery, 4-6pm Bend Venture Conference Bend Design Conference, Downtown Bend, http://benddesign.org Twisted Halloween Party & Murder Mystery Dinner Details, Sunriver Resort Tasting Dinner 6:30-8:30pm at Carson’s American Kitchen — this month: Murder Mystery Dinner feat. Bend Distillery, www.sunriver-resort.com The Secret Garden, Sunriver Stars Community Theater, www.sunriverstars.org Trick or Treating at The Village at Sunriver, 4pm-6pm, www.villageatsunriver.com, 541-593-8704

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Sunriver Potluck, SHARC, 6-8:30pm First Friday ArtWalk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com February 2018

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First Friday Art Walk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District, 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com 8 Sunriver Potluck, SHARC, 6-9pm, 541-593-8149 11 Second Saturday Artist Reception, Artists’ Gallery, The Village, 4-6pm 18-31 Traditions Holiday Celebration, Sunriver Resort, www.sunriver-resort 23 Thanksgiving Dining Events — Carson’s Thanksgiving Dining Events — Great Hall Thanksgiving Dining Events — Crosswater 24 Turkey Trot 5K, The Village Tasting Dinner 6:30-8:30pm at Carson’s American Kitchen — this month: A Tour of Spain, www.sunriver-resort.com

First Friday Art Walk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District, 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com Traditions Holiday Celebration, Sunriver Resort, www.sunriver-resort Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, Bend, 12pm Holiday Reader’s Theatre, Sunriver Stars Community Theater, www.sunriverstars.org Second Saturday Artist Reception, Artists’ Gallery, The Village, 4-6pm Wonderland Express, The Village Sunriver Potluck, SHARC, 6-9pm, 541-593-8149, www.sunriversharc.com Christmas Dining Events — Great Hall Christmas Dining Events — Crosswater Tasting Dinner 6:30-8:30pm at Carson’s American Kitchen — this month: Sparkling Wine, www.sunriver-resort.com New Year’s Eve Dinner & Party— Lodge New Year’s Eve — Crosswater New Year’s Eve — Fort Funnigan January 2018

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First Friday ArtWalk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com Glo Skate, The Village at Sunriver, 6pm-9pm Sunriver Chill Out, www.villageatsunriver.com/events Sunriver Brewing Company’s K-9 Keg Pull, The Village at Sunriver, 12-3pm, www.villageatsunriver.com, 541-593-8704 Sunriver Potluck, SHARC, 6-8:30pm March 2018

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First Friday ArtWalk, Downtown Bend & the Old Mill District, 5:30–9pm, www.cascadeae.com Sunriver Potluck, SHARC, 6-8:30pm Sunriver March Mudness, www.sunrivermarchmudness.com

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Pacific Crest Endurance Sports Festival

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ach year in late June, thousands of athletes, their family and friends converge on Central Oregon to take part in 20 different races that make up the three-day Pacific Crest Endurance Sports Festival. Pacific Crest is known as the jewel of multi-sport events in the Northwest and it has become a destination race for athletes from across the nation and around the world. It provides athletes of all ages the opportunity to compete and challenge themselves in the midst of the spectacular scenery of Central Oregon. The schedule of events kicks off Friday morning with the competition and fun continuing through Sunday. Twenty different races include an Ultra Sprint, Olympic and BEASTMAN distance Triathlon, Duathlon & AquaBike races, Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, two bike tours, three Kids Races and more. Additional features include a large outdoor Sports & Fitness Expo with vendors from top regional and national gear and sportswear companies, great food offerings for sampling and purchase and the Deschutes Brewery beer garden. There are tons of

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kids’ activities including rock climbing, bouncy house, Start training now! The Pacific mini-golf and Crest Sports Festival has an bumper cars! event for every fitness level. Live entertainment is on Photos courtesy of Why Racing the main stage throughout the weekend, including performances by popular Portland and Central Oregon bands. There’s the camaraderie, fun and to top it off — some of the best competitive racing you will find in the country. The Pacific Crest Endurance Sports Festival is the perfect outdoor, family-friendly event to enjoy during the sunny days of the Central Oregon summer. Pacific Crest benefits many local charities and special groups. Three Rivers Care for Kids Foundation is the traditional beneficiary of the kids’ races, and the funds raised are used to directly enrich the lives of local kids. The event also serves as a fundraising event for Team in Training, as well as many other nonprofits. Register at whyracingevents.com www.whyracingevents.com

March Mudness ot spring break plans? Bring the family to frolic in filth during the Sunriver March 25 Mudness spring break mud run, presented by Sunriver Owners Association.

The 1.5-mile course consists of a half-mile run, a scramble over and under obstacles and multiple mud pits to run, crawl and jump through. The object is to get dirty and have fun doing it. The event is open to

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Dog Day in May

alling All Canines! Bring your human companions to enjoy a day focused on you, their canine buddies. Dog Day in May is a popular event for local and traveling dogs and their human companions. Start your day with a 5K Poker Walk / Run benefitting Bark for Life / American Cancer Society. Then, enjoy wondering The Village at Sunriver

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individuals, families and teams. Creative costumes are encouraged and spectators are welcome. The Sunriver March Mudness is sure to make a lasting impression on everyone who attends! www.sunrivermarchmudness.com

talking with dog related vendors offering a range of canine products and service. To add to the fun, test your doggie skills by entering one or more of the amateur dog contests. The Humane Society of Central Oregon will be on hand to offer animals for adoption so families can bring home a new companion. Dog Day in May takes place in The Village at Sunriver on May 28, from 11am-3pm. For more information or to register for the 5K Poker Walk / Run go to www.villageatsunriver/events.


Events

4th of July Festival

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ach year, The Village at Sunriver hosts the Sunriver 4th of July Festival. This year’s event is scheduled for 10:30am4pm. It will kick off with a bike and float parade beginning at the Sunriver Resort and finishing in the middle of The Village courtyard. Make sure to decorate your bike in red, white and blue and register your creation to be eligible for great prizes. Experience the summer fun with lots of free entertainment, racing to win the watermelon eating competition or try your skills at Hoops or Batter’s Up. Don’t forget to stop by and see the cool fire and police vehicles, and talk with our local police officers and fire fighters and enjoy a great BBQ lunch, all on the same day as our nation’s birthday. Enter your bike, participate in the watermelon eating competition or volunteer to help out for this exciting community event by emailing events@alpine-entertainment.com. You can enter your bike for the parade at www.independencedaybikeparade.eventbrite.com. Proceeds to benefit local nonprofit organizations in South Deschutes County.

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lash back to the past as The Village at Sunriver fills with antique and classic cars, as well as live music. Enjoy a summer’s day wondering through The Village admiring cars from the 1920s and ‘30s, hot rods and the muscle cars of the ‘70s and ‘80s. Come join the fun on Saturday, July 22 from 10am-2pm. If you are a proud owner of car built before 1980 and would like to enter your car in the show go to www.villageatsunriver.com, click Calendar of Events, go to the Sunriver Antique & Classic Car Show: and click to register. Prizes will be awarded in a variety of classes. events@alpine-entertainment.com

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Deschutes Demolition at Village at Sunriver

his year’s third annual Deschutes Demolition competition at The Village at Sunriver, June 10 from 7am-5:30pm, will showcase two member teams of male/male and female/female athletes in Rx, Scaled and Masters divisions. Cash prizes awarded for Rx, trophies for Scaled/Masters. Heats will be determined by registration; teams registering first have the benefit of competing last in heats. The event is open to all level of athletes over the age of 18. All athletes are encouraged to familiarize themselves

with different fitness domains; more specifically to have some exposure to CrossFit-style workouts and powerlifting. The Rx division includes all powerlifting, bodyweight and gymnastic movements. Scaled and Masters division will include lighter weight and less advanced movements than Rx. All athletes will be required to sign a waiver. Athlete registration begins March 1 at nwfitgames.com. To join this year’s team of event volunteers and judges contact Erin at erin@cft44.com. 2017-18 | www.SunriverChamber.com

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Meeting & Event Space at

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ost your next event at SHARC! Our event space features a variety of indoor and outdoor rentable spaces including Benham Hall, Crescent Room, a 1,000 square foot outdoor patio and adjoining 25,000 square foot grass amphitheater capable of seating 1,250. Benham Hall can accommodate all your event needs from family reunions, birthday parties and weddings to business meetings, company outings and holiday parties. Benham Hall can be divided into two, 2,500 square foot spaces (Dillon and Pringle Hall) to accommodate multiple functions at the same time or smaller event functions. Plan a catered lunch, wedding ceremony or picnic on the patio and amphitheater. State-of-the-art audio/visual services, stage and dance floor are included with all room rentals. With no food and beverage minimum, SHARC provides a list of preferred caterers to complete your event needs. SHARC does have a hospitality prep kitchen available to rent. The kitchen includes a warming oven, refrigerator, ice machine, sinks and plenty of counter space. With so many delicious catering options, deciding which items to order will be the biggest challenge! 541-585-5000, 57250 Overlook Road. sunriversharc.com, sharcevents@srowners.org

MOVIES UNDER THE STARS

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ummer nights have come alive with the Sunriver Twilight Cinema brought to you by Cascade Sotheby’s and Sunset Lodging in Sunriver. Beginning in August and running through Labor Day weekend, The John Gray Amphitheater at SHARC and The Village at Sunriver’s North lawn play host to the area’s only outdoor family movies. Free family activities and vendors are on hand prior to the movies and the world famous Twilight Cinema Dance Party performance takes place before every show. Alpine Entertainment provides a 20-foot tall inflatable movie screen and theater quality sound for all of the night’s entertainment. You can expect a great line up of classics and blockbuster family movies. For movie titles, schedule of shows and other info, visit www.villageatsunriver.com.

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3 Banquet Rooms plus outdoor space • Benham Hall: 5,000 square feet • Dillon and/or Pringle Hall: 2,500 square feet • Crescent Room: 800 square feet • Outdoor patio: 1,000 square feet. • Amphitheater: 25,000 square feet. Banquet Capacity • 250 attendees in Benham Hall 120 attendees in Pringle or Dillon Hall Reception Capacity • 350 attendees Benham Hall 175 attendees in Pringle or Dillon Hall

Sunriver Half Marathon for a Cause

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he Sunriver Marathon offers a distinctive race experience at the base of the glorious Cascade Mountains. The weekend-long event begins September 3 and includes race options to suit every age and fitness level including a 5K Run/Walk, Kids Dash and Half Marathon Run/Walk on a USATF certified course. Weekend festivities include a prerace dinner, vendor expo and a finisher celebration area with live entertainment. Proceeds benefit St. Charles Cancer Services. Special lodging packages are available. On-line registration encouraged. www.sunrivermarathon.com


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he Sunriver-La Pine Relay for Life will be partnering with The Village at Sunriver and Alpine Entertainment for the first annual Family Fun Fest on August 19 from 11am3pm. The event will include a 5K fun run beginning at 9am and an array of games, activities and family fun with proceeds benefitting the Relay for Life. Kids of all ages can celebrate the final days of summer with a variety of fun games and activities. Get the family together and play life size foosball, then head over to the bounce houses and jump to your hearts content. If you still have energy to spare try your hand at batters up, shooting star or soccer rush. Enter the bubble gum chewing contest and see who can blow the biggest bubble! Bring the family out for a fun filled day and leave with memories that last a lifetime. Portions of the proceeds benefit the Relay for Life. www.villageatsunriver.com/events

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at the Village at Sunriver’s FAMILY FUN ZONE... where fun begins! Rock Wall & Power Jump Inflatable Island Bounce Houses Village Mini Golf Village Bumper Cars

Kids Day in May

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he annual Kids Day in May event brings a day full of fun and games to The Village at Sunriver. The event will take place on Saturday, May 27 from 11am-4pm. This fun filled event focuses on kids of all ages and includes numerous games and activities. Visit the petting zoo to get up close with your favorite animal, then jump to your heart’s content on the inflatable bounce houses. Experience the challenge of a rock wall or power jump; kids can get their face painted or grab some cotton candy. Then head over to the fire fighters and police officers to see cool service vehicles and learn about their jobs. Bring the family out for some all-day fun that will be sure to create memories to last a lifetime. Portions of the proceeds benefit nonprofit organizations in South Deschutes County. www.villageatsunriver.com/events

Open late May until early September

Ice Skate Rink

Open Mid-November through early April

Alpine Express Trackless Train

Open late May through early September and other major holidays, pending weather

Call 541-593-5948 or visit www.sunrivervillagefun.com For more information and hours of operation.

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Lodging & Resorts

Sunriver Chamber Member Businesses NIGHTLY RENTALS Sunriver Resort 17600 Center Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 866-482-3909 www.sunriver-resort.com Diamond Stone Guest Lodges 16693 Sprague Loop, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-6263 www.diamondstone.com

VACATION HOME RENTALS Carthel Vacation Rentals 56865 Besson Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2816 www.carthel.us Mountain Resort Properties/ Century 21 Gold Country Realty 57084 Grizzly Ln. Sunriver, OR 97707 800-346-6337 www.mtresort.com

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RV PARKS StoneRidge Townhomes 1 Peppermill Circle, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1502 www.stoneridgetownhomes.com

Thousand Trails Resort 17480 S Century Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8494 www.1000trails.com

Sunriver Pines Vacation Homes 19453 Pond Meadow Ave., Bend, OR 97707 541-480-3638 www.sunriverpines.com

MOUNTAIN LAKE RESORTS

Sunriver Resort Property Management 57057 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4840 www.sunriver-resort.com Vacasa Rentals 2390 NW Thurman Portland, OR 97210 541-390-9304 www.vacasarentals.com Village Properties 56835 Venture Ln., Ste. 109 Sunriver, OR 97707 www.village-properties.com

Crane Prairie Resort Crane Prairie Reservoir, NE Shore PO Box 1171, Bend, OR 97709 541-383-3939 www.crane-praire-resort.com East Lake Resort 22430 Paulina Lake Rd., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-2230 www.eastlakeresort.com Elk Lake 6000 Century Drive, Bend, OR 97701 541-480-7380 www.elklakeresort.com Paulina Lake Lodge 22440 Paulina Lake Rd., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-2240 www.pulinalakelodge.com


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hether you are a guest or an owner, we provide full-service vacation rental management services to ensure well-maintained homes and enjoyable stays. With more than a decade of experience, we offer a wide range of fully furnished homes from cozy cabins to luxurious properties. Find out why Sunriver Pines Vacation Homes is the first choice for your next rental home or management services company.

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estled in the pristine Cascade Mountains, Central Oregon’s Sunriver Resort melds the beauty of the natural world with premier hotel accommodations and home rentals for an unforgettable vacation, recreation and meeting experience. Year-round outdoor adventure is abundant in Sunriver including world-class golf, skiing, rafting, biking, kayaking, rock climbing, fly fishing and so much more.

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Lodging & Resorts Enjoy the comfort of the Resort accommodations

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Lodging Sunriver Resort features a wide variety of premium accommodations from traditional lodging and Sunriver vacation rentals, to upscale guestrooms and cabins. Whether you choose a room or suite in the River Lodges, the Lodge Village or the luxurious Caldera Cabins, you will appreciate the warm and comfortable Pacific Northwest décor of Sunriver’s vacation rentals, featuring cozy gas fireplaces and private decks. Regardless of which lodging type you choose, you will be close to the Sunriver Lodge, the focal point of the resort, the stunning and historic Great Hall Conference Center, Lodge Village, The Cove pool complex, hot tubs and the Sage Springs Club and Spa. Enjoy the comfort of resort accommodations. Golf Sunriver Resort has four courses: Crosswater, Caldera Links, Sunriver Meadows and the Sunriver Woodlands, featuring 63 holes of world-class golf with T1 bentgrass greens. The different courses are surrounded by the high desert landscape and each golf course offers challenges suitable for all skill levels. Spa Sage Springs Club and Spa at Sunriver Resort provides a soothing Northwest experience with signature massages, facials, body treatments and salon services. You can start your spa experience with an invigorating workout or a game of tennis at the fitness center which features cardio and weight equipment, more than 40 group exercise classes a week, indoor tennis courts, steam rooms and an indoor lap pool. Dining Sunriver Resort has 11 dining venues to suit any taste. With

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a Pacific Northwest sensibility, Chef Travis Taylor’s seasonallydriven menus offer a fun and delicious experience for everyone. At the Sunriver Resort Lodge, Carson’s American Kitchen offers satisfying American fare and spectacular views while the lodge bar, Twisted River Tavern, is a favorite place to let loose with crave-worthy food and drinks. Guests can also relax and enjoy local bites and beverages in the lobby bar. Crosswater Grille is available for upscale dining and for more casual fare or a quick cup of coffee, visit Starbucks coffee shop, McDivots at Woodlands golf course, Zeppa Bistro at Caldera Springs, The Spotted Frog at The Cove or The Living Room at the lodge. Airport Hidden away on the west side of the resort is the convenient Sunriver Airport that allows private aircraft for daily excursions, drop-offs or extended vacations. Marina The Marina at Sunriver Resort encourages you to explore your adventurous side by renting a kayak, canoe or raft to float the Deschutes River. Stand-up paddle boards are also a popular experience for guests of all ages. Kids Club Fort Funnigan at Sunriver Resort is a haven for children. Each program in the 3,400-square-foot facility has a theme complete with activities and crafts, ensuring maximum fun and safety. Stables The Sunriver Resort Stables provide a great adventure with pony rides, riding lessons, trail rides and hay rides, as well as sleigh rides in the winter.


Meetings Many who know Sunriver Resort are accustomed to enjoying vacation time on the property. But Sunriver Resort is also an excellent place to hold a meeting, conference or group gathering. Sunriver Resort provides over 45,000 square feet of flexible meeting and banquet space. From northwest-style indoor meeting facilities to outdoor spaces with stunning views, the resort offers the perfect venue to create a flawless event or host a productive meeting. Expert convention service managers, audiovisual staff and business staff take care of every detail to ensure any gathering is a memorable one. Signature Events Sunriver Resort hosts several monthly and annual special events. The Sunriver Tasting Dinner Series features local ingredients transformed into amazing culinary offerings paired with the best handcrafted wine, spirits and beer of the Pacific Northwest and occurs monthly. February is the sweetest month of all as the resort celebrates The Month of Chocolate. The Sunriver Concert takes place during the summer along with Balloons over Sunriver (July 29) the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic will be held September 23-28 the sixth Annual Sunriver Half Marathon for a Cause held on September 2-3 features a full marathon, half marathon, 5K and a kid’s race in support of the fight against cancer and Traditions, held between November 18 and New Year’s, harkens back to a simpler time where children of all ages build wholesome holiday memories

Mt. Bachelor, Smith Rock, SHARC: All this vacation needs is you. Make yourself at home in a resort-style setting. Browse our selection of private vacation homes today!

Weddings No wedding venue in the world captures the grandeur of the Pacific Northwest quite like Sunriver Resort. Surround yourselves and your guests with elegance and privacy under brilliant clear skies and views that go on forever. Whether you envision an indoor wedding looking out to a snow-filled winter wonderland or an outdoor reception on a gorgeous lawn surrounded by pine trees and wildflowers, you will not be disappointed. With its robust list of outdoor activities and magnificent resort amenities, Sunriver Resort is a vacation for everyone. From the premier spa and 63 holes of championship golf, to the finest and freshest Northwest cuisine, Sunriver Resort will keep all of your guests feeling relaxed and rejuvenated as they rejoice along with you. Sunriver’s professional catering management staff recognizes the importance ENJOY SUMMER of your wedding day. No detail is overlooked. Each bride and AT groom receives MT. BACHELOR the Resort’s undivided attention, creativity and expertise. The outcome is an unforgettable occasion and a lifetime of memories.

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Caldera Springs Healthier, Happier Families It’s All in a Day’s Fun Caldera Springs brings together families and friends to create memories that will last a lifetime.

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eing a Family First Community says it all. Located near Sunriver Resort, Caldera Springs was designed to bring the entire family together – from the littlest tykes to independent teens and fun-loving adults.

a wiggly prize on the fly. The community features miles of paved pathways—perfect for biking, walking and running.

With a breath full of fresh, pine-scented mountain air, Caldera Springs is a place where you and your family can connect, relax and enjoy a variety of activities with one another.

During summer, adults and kids alike enjoy the sunshine while splashing in the famously popular Quarry Pool located next to the Lake House. A marvel of moving and falling water, the zero-entry Quarry Pool offers areas of safe play for toddlers. The Quarry Pool’s mesmerizing infinity edge overlooks the lake.

At the heart of Caldera Springs is Obsidian Lake— ideal for kayaking, canoeing, sailing and catching

Sunriver offers golf like no other area and Caldera Springs is home to one of the top spots to play. Caldera

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Links and Golf Park is a 9-hole family-friendly course, so you can grab your clubs and the newest golfer in your family, and show them the ropes. Tennis, pickleball and basketball courts, in addition to an expansive grass park and an interactive kids’ playground, offer additional opportunities to enjoy the sunshine and play outside. Guests and homeowners in Caldera Springs have access to the community’s Quarry Fitness Center and outdoor hot tub. The Lake House is the social and activity center of Caldera Springs. It has a warm and friendly atmosphere with lodge-style entertainment room showcasing views of Obsidian Lake and Mt. Bachelor as well as a family room with a pool table, shuffleboard and games aplenty. The outdoor deck and beach features both a fire pit and stone fireplace, as well as an area to launch your kayak, canoe, paddleboard or sailboat onto Obsidian Lake. Casual dining is a part of the memorable Caldera Springs experience. The acclaimed Zeppa Bistro’s wood-fired ovens produce gourmet pizzas that are slices of heaven. Other culinary treats include panini’s, salads and gelato. Residents of Caldera Springs say one of their favorite aspects of the community is the peacefulness and serenity they enjoy at their homes. Real estate offerings include generously sized homesites, easy-living Caldera Cabins and new custom homes. A broker is onsite to answer your questions about making Caldera Springs a place to call home.

Journey. Forge ahead.

Caldera Springs welcomed its first owners and guests in 2006. Since then, more than 160 new homes have been built. The community is located one mile south of Sunriver on S Century Drive, opposite the entrance to Crosswater. To learn more, visit CalderaSprings.com or call 541-593-3000.

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StoneRidge Townhomes Resort

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toneRidge Townhomes Resort provides a unique Sunriver vacation experience with recently renovated vacation homes in a park-like setting all within a few minutes’ walk of The Village at Sunriver. Property rentals are very nicely appointed and are reasonably priced.

The StoneRidge Resort Club offers a (salt water) pool and spa, exercise room, steam room, sauna, library, bicycles and tennis courts. The grounds are private and beautifully landscaped ensuring a relaxing environment. Townhomes are available for vacation rental or fractional shared ownership. Each luxury two or three bedroom townhome is fully furnished and accessorized with just about anything you’d want or dream of in a second home. 800-255-2506 www.stoneridgetownhomes.com StoneRidge Townhomes provide a great get-away during your stay in Sunriver.

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Dining What do your taste buds desire?

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Sunriver Chamber Member Businesses CASUAL DINNING

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Blondies Pizza of Sunriver 57195 Beaver Dr., 2 Country Mall Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1019 www.blondiespizzasunriver.com

Zeppa Bistro at Caldera Springs Caldera Springs, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4855 www.sunriver-resort.com

Cohen’s Stacked Bistro 56880 Venture Ln., Suite 104, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-640-8318 www.stackedbistro.com

FINE DINNING

Goody’s Soda Fountain & Candy Store Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #22, Bend, OR 97702 541-593-2155 www.goodyschocaltes.com Hola 57235 River Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8880 www.holabend.com Sunriver Brew Pub Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #4, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-3007 www.sunriverbrewingcompany.com

Carson’s American Kitchen Sunriver Resort, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1000 www.sunriver-resort.com Marcello’s Cucina Italiana #4 Ponderosa Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8300 www.marcellos-sunriver.com

CATERING Smiles Kitchen 514-382-0101 www.kitcho.xcom

COFFE SHOPS

Sunriver Subway 612 95 Mtn. Breezes Ct., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-2963

Brewed Awakenings Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #2, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-678-5288 www.brewedawakenings.us

Wallow Bar & Grill 17363 Spring River Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-639-3178 www.wallowgrill.com

Starbucks 57057 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4999 www.sunriverpresort.com

Sunriver Country Store IGA Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #1, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8113 www.sunrivergrocerystores.com Sunriver Marketplace IGA 18160 Cottonwood Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8166 www.sunrivergrocerystores.com Crossroads Shell Service Station and Convenience Store 59896 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8767

CRAFT BEERS The Mountain Jug-Beer Growler 56805 Venture Lane, Ste. C, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-390-0214 www.mountainjug.com Twisted River Tavern Sunriver Resort, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-3730 www.sunriver-resort.com Rat Hole Brewing Co. 56880 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 Sunriver Brewing Co. 56840 Venture Ln., Sunvier, OR 97707 514-390-0214 www.sunriverbrewingcompany.com

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From mouth-watering steak to delicious pizzas, Sunriver’s restaurants will satisfy the whole family!

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he Sunriver area has a wealth of restaurants boasting a variety of From spectacular views and comfortable cuisines and atmospheres. Whether your tastes run to the exotic or settings, to interesting and delightful cuisine, the familiar, you are sure to find what you are looking for and always in an interesting setting, Sunriver boasts a variety of restaurants and dining often with a spectacular view. choices. Your choices for breakfast, lunch and The Village at Sunriver offers a variety of culinary delights. How about mouthwatering dinner range from mouthwatering Italian, Milanese Veal Parmigiana, Marsala or Linguini con Carne at Marcello’s Italiana Cucina, a Sunriver specialties, Spanish flavors, pizza and deli sandwich hot-spot since 1980? You will be wowed by unanticipated taste combinations. You can options and traditional family recipes. start your meal with fried baby calamari served with marinara and Dijon cream dipping sauces and move onto a risotto special with Café Sintra, which features Portuguese and Mediterranean chicken breast, pancetta and hedgehog mushrooms. Or try cuisine. Portuguese cuisine is notable for its bold use Osso Bucco, a Milanese specialty traditionally made from of herbs and spices and the ever-popular Portuguese veal shanks and vegetables braised in white wine. The sausage linguiça is delectable. version at Marcello’s features pork shank slow-roasted with Continuing the options for ethnic cuisine, Hola! mushroom and jalapeño in a Dijon-Chianti cream sauce. on River Road near the Sunriver Resort Marina offers Awaken your dining intake with breakfast or lunch at tantalizing Peruvian food. Start with an award-winning

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Margarita while you decide between the Mole Enchilada, Seco de Pollo, a traditional Peruvian stew made with chicken, potatoes, yams and Aji Amarillo Chili-cilantro sauce or maybe the Costillitas de Puerco con Aji Amarillo, grilled baby-back ribs smothered in a sweet and sour aji-amarillo BBQ sauce. The creative menu and delicious flavors will enhance any stay in Sunriver. Traditional American cuisine can be found at The Village Bar & Grill including burgers, steaks and seafood. The family-friendly atmosphere and the patio, open in the warmer months, makes for a popular destination. Nearby is Blondie’s Pizza offering regular and gluten-free crust options, ten types of calzones, pasta and salads with takeout and delivery available in Sunriver. South Bend Bistro offers a truly unique dinner experience with fresh offerings of sturgeon, salmon, duck breast and lamb expertly prepared by owner and executive chief Jeremy Buck. Need some extra energy to fuel your day? Try Brewed Awakenings located The Village at Sunriver in front of the Country Store. The family owned business was created at a time when coffee houses and drivethru’s were in the infancy stages and only a handful existed. With an obsession for coffee, they serve the best quality from around the world and have developed unique coffee roasts and blends on their Probate Roaster. A welcome bonus is their

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very own pastry recipes using the highest quality ingredients and baked fresh daily by professionally trained bakers. Starbucks lovers can now get their fix at the new Starbucks located on Beaver Drive, directly across the street from the Country Store. Got a sweet tooth? You’ll feel like the proverbial kid in a candy store when you step inside Goody’s Soda Fountain & Candy Store. Goody’s is a family run tradition of top quality handmade chocolates, candies and ice cream. Rounding out the dining choices is Sunriver Brewing Company’s Brewhouse. The combination micro brewery and


restaurant features an exciting menu for the whole family that uses regionally sourced fresh Northwest ingredients. Parents can enjoy a wide selection of microbrews while the kids are kept busy in the Kidz Zone play area. The staff’s warm, friendly greeting and the pub’s neighborhood vibe will warm you up on a chilly day and provide a beer-loving atmosphere to quench your thirst. The Brewhouse offers local beers on tap in addition to their in-house microbrews. Sunriver Brewing Company now has its brand new full scale production facility up and running in the resort community’s own backyard, recharging taps with a slate of in-house ales. Start with a flight of Sunriver Brewing beers and follow up with one of several local IPAs accompanied with a bevy of dining choices. Everything from the appetizers, lunch, dinner and dessert options are sure to please. The Sunriver Resort features a variety of dining choices. Whether you’d prefer a burger or a steak, Carson’s American Kitchen at the Lodge serves up a family dining tradition with spectacular views of the Cascades and beautiful meadows. You’ll find the freshest indigenous, sustainable and organic ingredients creating imaginative and dazzling recipes. Enjoy Northwest microbrews and your favorite beverages at the Twisted River Tavern in the Lodge. Complete bar and restaurant menus are available. Visit The Living Room on the main level of the lodge and relax with a coffee or latte, breakfast pastries and a copy of the latest Cascade Arts &

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Dining Sunriver is part of the Central Oregon Craft brewing industry and home to the national award-winning Sunriver Brewing. Sunriver is also home to the Rathole Brewing Company and The Mountain Jug Beer Growler which features on rotation the finest Central Oregon produced beers.

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Entertainment magazine or the Cascade Business News. McDivot’s Café at Woodlands Golf Course offers breakfast sandwiches, the perfect burgers and fries, deli sandwiches, snacks and beverages. At Zeppa Bistro at Caldera Springs you’ll discover a playful interpretation of a slice of pizza. This vibrant bistro exudes the wild spirit, independence and exotic nature of the cheetah. Unwind with an Italian soda or a glass of vino and a fresh salad, panini or wood-fired pizza. Do you need a hearty meal to prepare you for a full day of fun and adventure? Try Base Camp Grill for a plate

piled high with a biscuits and gravy, breakfast burrito or a towering plate of pancakes. Lunch is a great time to try one of their burgers or Philly cheesesteak sandwiches, and dinner…well you better come hungry. While in the Business Park, head to the Mountain Jug to fill your growler with one of the craft beers that is making Central Oregon a beer-lovers destination. The Mountain Jug offers 12 rotating taps with a brew for every pallet. Owners Mark and Tonya Cornett have been in the craft beer scene for over 20 years with Tonya serving as Brewmaster for several local breweries.

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Cohen’s Stacked Bistro, a local’s favorite, offers a complete menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as small plates with unique flavor upon flavor stacked into amazingly fresh dishes. Be sure to look for their weekly specials and live weekend entertainment. Need a quick lunch? Stop by Subway in the Business Park for a fresh sub or salad, or use their catering service for your family reunion or special event during your stay. If a deli sandwich would hit the spot, stop by the Sunriver Country Store IGA in The Village. The friendly market features deli lunch specials, extensive beer and wine selections and a full service liquor store. You’ll find similar offerings at the smaller but well-stocked Marketplace IGA in Sunriver’s north end. Both stores offer everything you need to prepare your own home cooked meal in your vacation home. The Wallow Bar & Grill, a new Sunriver enterprise, is a family friendly bar and grill located in the Spring River Plaza. Salads are fresh and scrumptious from the traditional Taco Salad, the House Salad of chopped green leaf topped with radish, onions, bell peppers, tomatoes and choice of dressing or The Forager with chopped green leaf, tomatoes, cheese, shredded beef, shredded pork, bacon, hard-boiled egg with smokey ranch. Yummy! Sandwiches and burgers are ample and appealing including Buffalo chicken, Patty Melt, French Dip, house roasted piled on a hoagie with Swiss cheese and rosemary au jus, the Philly cheesesteak and the Wallowin’ Reuben. It will be a challenging decision between the Club grilled chicken, BLT, The Bull or Pulled Pork Sandwich. You must try one of the House specialties from the ish and chips, Sportsman Dog (a 1/3 pound German sausage made especially for the Wallow by Redmond, Oregon Smokehouse and the Baked Mac & Cheese. Meet, gather and indulge!

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Marketplace Sunriver Chamber Member Businesses The Village at Sunriver AmeriTitle Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #5, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1613 www.amer-title.com Artists’ Gallery of Sunriver Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #19, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4382 www.artistsgallery.com Brewed Awakenings Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #2, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-678-5288 www.brewedawakenings.us Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #5., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2122 www.cascadesothebyrealty.com Central Oregon Visitors Association Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #6, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-389-8799 www.visitcentraloregon.com First American Title Insurance 57100 Beaver Dr., Bldg. 6, Ste. 140, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5242 www.firstam.com/title-or/deschutes First Interstate Bank 57150 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5288 www.firstinterstatebank.com

Sunriver Sports Group Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #16, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8369 www.sunriversports.com

Camp Abbott Trading Co. 56820 Venture Ln, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8168 www.campabbotttradingco..com

The Village Bike & Ski Shop Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #21, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2453 www.villagebikeandski.com

Cooper Racing and Repair 56815 Venture Ln., Ste. #708-710, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-598-9170 www.cooperreacingrepair.com

The Village at Sunriver Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #22, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8704 www.villageatsunriver.com

Crossroads Shell Service Station and Convenience Store 59896 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8767

The Wooden Jewel Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #25, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4151 www.thewoodenjewel.com Tumbleweed Toys Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #5, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5900 West of the Moon Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #6, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8819 Your Store Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #24, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5023 www.12-99store.com

Two Country Mall & South Beaver Dr.

Flowers at Sunriver Village Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #23, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1300 www.sunriverfloral.com

4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters 57195 Beaver Dr., 2 Country Mall, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2255 www.4sro.com

Goody’s Soda Fountain & Candy Store Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #22, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2155 www.goodyschocolates.com

Active Care Physical Therapy 57067 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 977707 541-390-7518 www.physicaltheraphysunriver.com

Hook Fly Shop/Cascade Guides & Outfitters Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #23, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2358 www.hookfish.com

Blondies Pizza of Sunriver 57195 Beaver Dr., 2 Country Mall, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1019 www.blondiespizzasunriver.com

Marcello’s Cucina Italiana #4 Ponderosa Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8300 www.marcellos-sunriver.com

High Desert Family Medicine 57067 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5400

Sunriver Books & Music Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #25, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2525 www.sunriverbooks.com

Massage Sunriver 57195 Beaver Dr., 2 Country Mall, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-7499 www.massagesunriver.com

Sunriver Brew Pub Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #4, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-3007 www.sunriverbrewingcompany.com

Mountain Resort Properties Century 21 Gold Country Realty 57084 Grizzly Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 800-346-6337 www.mtresort.com

Sunriver Country Store IGA Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #1, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8113 www.sunrivergrocerystores.com Sun Country Tours Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #26, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-382-6277 www.suncountrytours.com Sunriver Music Festival Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #13, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1084 www.sunrivermusic.org

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Sunriver Area Chamber of Commerce 57195 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8149 www.sunriverchamber.com Sunriver Realty 57057 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-7000 www.sunriverrealty.com

David Schweitzer, DMD 56845 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8343 www.sunriverdental.com Gibson Realty 56825 Enterprise Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5000 www.johngibsonpc.com La Pine Community Health Center 58881 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-876-1039 www.lapinecc.com Mike’s Tire & Auto Center 56841 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2554 www.mikestireandautosunriver.com Nobility Fitness Center 56825 Venture Ln., Ste. 103, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-788-5245 www.nobilityfitness.com Northwest Custom Log Homes 56825 Venture Ln., #103, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5610 www.nwcustomloghomes.com Rat Hole Brewing Co. 56880 Venture Ln., Ste. 104, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-2524 www.ratholebrewing.com Spacemaker Storage 56850 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5133 Sunriver Brewing Company’s Brewery Building 56840 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-3007 www.sunriverbrewingcompany.com Sunriver Computer Services 56870 Venture Ln., Ste., 209, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-9093 www.sunrivercomputerservices.com Sunriver Fly Shop 56805 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8814 www.sunriverflyshop.com Sunriver Library 56855 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-312-1080 www.dpls.us

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Sunriver Office Services 56835 Venture Ln., Ste. 201, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8010 www.sunriverofficeservices.com

Cadwell Realty Group 56825 Venture Ln, Suite 108, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-306-4806 www.CadwellRealtyGroup.com

Sunriver Physical Therapy 56881 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8535 www.lapinesunriverpt.com


Sunriver Post Office 56857 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-598-7674 Sunriver Storage Systems 56898 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-598-7146 www.sunriverstoragesystems.com Sunriver Subway 61295 Mtn Breezes Ct., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-2963 Sunriver Virtual Reality 59896 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 503-407-8936 www.SunriverVR.com Sunriver Veterinary Clinic 56825 Enterprise Ln., Sunriver, Or 97707 541-593-8128 www.sunrivervet.com The Door at Three Rivers 56885 Enterprises Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-280-2171 www.thedoor3r.org The iPhone Doctor 56870 Venture Ln., Ste. 214, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-241-2337 www.theiphonedoc.net Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe 56896 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-1640 www.tumalocreek.com The Mountain Jug 56805 Venture Ln., Ste. C, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-390-0214 www.mountainjug.com

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The Water Works Spas 56825 Venture Ln., #106, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2148 www.waterworksspa.com Three Rivers School (K-8) 56900 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-355-3000 www.bend.k12.or.us.threerivers Village Properties 56835 Venture Ln., Ste. 109, Sunriver, OR 97707 800-786-7483 www.village-properties.com

Spring River Plaza Deschutes Environmental Services 17235 Spring River Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2424 www.deschutesenviornmentalservices.com Second Tern Thrift Shop 17377 Spring River Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-3367 Spring River Tree Service PO Box 1987, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8360 www.springrivertreeservice.com Sunriver Toy House Rentals 17345 Spring River Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-4433 www.sunrivertoyhouse.rentals.com Wallow Bar & Grill 17363 Spring River Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-639-3178 www.wallowgrill.com Photo courtesy of The Village at Sunriver

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From shopping to the Holiday celebration, The Village at Sunriver is hopping all year round.

The Village at Sunriver Family Friendly Experiences & Enter tainment

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he Village at Sunriver is an ideal location for unique shopping, many exquisite dining experiences and an enjoyable place to take in some worldclass family entertainment. With an emphasis on “family friendly” you will find The Village has many offerings to suit your needs. Start your morning off right with a visit to Brewed Awakenings across from the Country Store and enjoy delicious coffee drinks, pastries, with a generous comfortable seating area, fire place for those cold days and a drive-thru for those who like to grab-and-go. If you are looking for all the exciting things to do in Central Oregon, visit COVA which stands for Central Oregon Visitor Association. Let the kids enjoy the play area while you step inside to be greeted by a friendly staff with unlimited information and be prepared to plan the vacation of a lifetime. This truly is a stateof-the-art Visitor Center and its open year round. For the shopper in the family there are many unique experiences The Village at Sunriver has to offer.You can find fashion and gift boutiques, like The Closet and Village Threads who carry the latest in women’s fashion and accessories while Sunriver Sports, The Hook Fly shop and Village Bike and Ski offer clothing, outer wear and goods for the

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outdoor enthusiast. Collect souvenirs to take home from specialty shops like Lazy Daisy, West of the Moon and Tumbleweed Toys. Are you celebrating a special day? Visit the Flowers at Sunriver Village for a creative arrangement. If you have a passion for art, The Village has you covered with one-of-akind stores like The Wooden Jewel and Artist’s Gallery of Sunriver, both feature work from local artists. If adventure is your forte, take a full or half day guided raft trip on the scenic rivers of Central Oregon with Sun Country Tours, whose office is based in The Village. Take a float down the Deschutes on a tube rental from Good to Go or rent the newest in bicycles or skis from various rental shops. Try fly fishing with the best in Central Oregon at Cascade Outfitters. In the winter months save time by purchasing lift tickets at Mt. Bachelor here in The Village. Taste for the finer things? Visit one of the amazing restaurants The Village has to offer. Begin your morning out at Café Sintra or have a pastry at Hot Lava Baking. If Mexican food is what you enjoy, head south of the border to El Caporal, a family favorite. Try some of Central Oregon’s finest micro-brews at Sunriver Brewing Company or see what the specials are at The Village Bar and Grill. If fine family dining is what you’re after

then South Bend Bistro and Marcello’s Cucina Italiana await, but don’t forget to make a reservation. End your day with a waffle cone or chocolate treat from Goody’s. Events and entertainment are The Village at Sunriver’s specialty. You will find a wide range of family friendly events offered throughout the year, sure to entertain all. In the winter the hugely popular Sunriver Brewing K9 Keg Pull is an instant classic. Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer season with Kid Day and Dog Day in May. If you’re a Cross Fit enthusiast visit Deschutes Demolition, get athletic at the annual Pacific Crest Weekend Sports Festival, or dress up patriotic for the Sunriver 4th of July Festival which includes a red, white and blue bike parade that you can be a part of. Check out the coolest classics at the Sunriver Classic Car Show. If you need some new décor for your house, visit the Sunriver Art Fair or see amazing hand-made quilts at the annual Quilt Show in August. Enjoy the last days of summer at Family Fun Fest, a day sure to create lasting memories. Begin the holidays with festivities and music at the Rockin Holiday Kickoff. For a full list of shops, restaurants, events or rental information visit www. villageatsunriver.com or on Facebook and Twitter.


Sunriver Books & Music Books, fine pens, journals & distinctive dog collars.

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Author events and book clubs scheduled throughout the year. Check sunriverbooks.com for dates

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The Village at Sunriver Where it All Begins

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hen you’re looking for adventure, amazing weather and something for everyone, look no further than Sunriver, a place where family fun begins and a lifetime of memories are made. The Village at Sunriver is where the fun begins…In the summer months wake up, fuel the body and join us for the newest attraction. Enjoy the four-station Power Jump guaranteed to take your breath away. The Power Jump is a reverse bungee unit, which allows kids from 40 to 200 pounds to jump and spin as high as 15 feet safely in the air. The excitement doesn’t stop there. Climb the 25-foot rock wall complete with four routes to challenge both the mind and body. If you have any energy left, challenge the family in a round of mini golf at the adventure themed 18-hole course and then watch the laughter begin at the bumper cars. For the youngsters or the young at heart enjoy an all-day pass to bounce at the Inflatable Island Bounce House Area. Looking to relax but still entertain the kids? Come aboard the Alpine Express Trackless Train any day of the week for a fun filled ride around The Village. Ask about the all day and combo passes for all the summer fun to be had. As the sun fades and the moon emerges you can enjoy an outdoor movie under the stars two days a week the whole month of August and thru Labor Day. In the winter, enjoy an evening of iceskating with the family in the remodeled ice rink. Alpine Entertainment, 541-593-5948, www.sunrivervillagefun.com

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Home Décor Gifts Jewelry Cards Women’s Accessories Tyler Candles Baggallini and much more! Located in The Village at Sunriver in Building #22, right next to Goody’s!

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Village Bike & Ski

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Artists’ Gallery

The Wooden Jewel

Sunriver Books


Village Threads Clothing

Lazy Daisy Unique gifts, women’s accessories, seasonal merchandise, beautiful home decor

Sunriver Fly Shop Rods, reels, waders, specialty fishing flys

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Village Bike & Ski

Wooden Jewel

Bike & ski rentals, both summer and winter gear

Showcasing the work of over 40 featured artists

Tumbleweed Toys

The Hook Fly Shop

Puzzles, arts and crafts, board games, stuffed animals, outdoor fun, baby, clothing, journals

High quality fly rods, other fishing equipment

Artists’ Gallery Showcasing the work of 30 local artists

4 Seasons Recreational outfitters

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Major Remodel Expands Sunriver Hardware Spot Camp Abbot Trading Company to Serve as Wide-Ranging General Store

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by Simon Mather for SR Magazine unriver has a new hotspot for expanded retail options with the launch of Camp Abbot Trading Company, which is set to serve as a wide-ranging general store for the popular residential

and resort community. The project was the brainchild of Bob Mitchell, who bought the former Hammer Time Home Center property on Venture Lane in late 2015 and set about undertaking a major remodel and conversion as part of bringing the outlet into the Ace Hardware fold. Mitchell owns ten Ace Hardware stores in Oregon and Washington, including three locations in Bend. The renovated 16,000 square foot store — which also features a 20,000 square foot garden center with a greenhouse — was named in part in homage to the site of the U.S. Army camp used to train combat engineers during WWII, where much of the resort was later developed, but also to reflect a wider format typical of an earlier era. Mitchell said, “Camp Abbot Trading Co. is far more than just a hardware store. Not only was the store reconfigured to offer an expansion in hardware, it has a Hallmark Gold Crown, Purina feed and pet supplies, full rental department, gifts, sporting goods, housewares, garden center and clothing. “Camp Abbot Trading Co. will be an authorized dealer for brands such as STIHL Power Tools, Carhartt, Craftsman, Big Green Egg, Yeti, Traeger and Segway, just to name a few. “Like most remodels, the Camp Abbot Trading Co. has taken much longer and has cost much more than expected! Though we ran into many issues with the old building, we wanted to see it through and make sure it was done right because we plan on being here for a long time. “Along with restoring and making modifications that would allow us to function better as a retail store, we did things like adding HVAC, which the building never had, changing all the interior and exterior lighting to LED and making improvements to the ADA accessibility.” Mitchell added that as Ace is the world’s largest hardware retail cooperative, and the largest non-grocery American retail cooperative, stores buy many lines of palletized goods by the semi-truckload which can help reduce overall costs for local stores. Features of the new Camp Abbot Trading Co. departments include:

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Ace Hardware — The hardware department will offer more products than the old store and with three other affiliated stores in the area and a main distribution warehouse nearby, is able to offer better pricing and the ability to keep inventory in stock. Hallmark Gold Crown — Hallmark will carry all the signature items and collectibles only found in a Hallmark Gold Crown store. Mitchell’s company put the first Hallmark Gold Crown store within a store in Washington last year, which proved so successful that Hallmark is looking to expand the concept throughout the country. Pet, Feed and Rural Farm Supply — Carrying the full line of Purina pet and feed products, along with most everything needed for the care of pets and farm animals, even ranging to carrying live chickens. Clothing — The store carries Carhartt clothes and shoes as well as a line of women’s clothing and accessories. Sporting Goods — Camping, hunting, fishing and general outdoor recreation gear. BBQ — Authorized dealer for Big Green Egg, Traeger, Weber and Charbroil. Housewares — Everything from small appliances and cleaning supplies to kitchen gadgets. Rental — Tool and equipment rental department as well as recreational equipment and party rentals. STIHL Power Tools — Authorized dealer and service center for the full line of outdoor power tools. Gifts — Candles, home décor and collectibles. Garden Center — Over 20,000 square foot garden center with a 3,500 square foot greenhouse, selling items such as plants, shrubs, lawn furniture, soils, pots and planters and pavers. Segway — Only authorized Segway dealer in Central Oregon. Building Materials — The store will carry lumber, insulation, steel works, and most of the products expected from a builders store. The extensive remodel covered installation of new flooring, ceiling, lighting and shelving systems.The lumberyard will carry expanded wood products offerings, and larger equipment and power tools will be made available for rent, which previously residents may have had to trek to cities north to find. The building exterior has been remodeled to reflect more of a lodge theme in keeping with the area’s traditional look, with stone columns around the entry and various stylized facades facing the South Century Drive frontage to add individual character. Camp Abbot Trading Company 56820 Venture Lane, 541- 593-8168


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he Sunriver Owner Association’s (SROA) free mobile app, Sunriver Navigator, is a one-stop shop that can provide a little something for everybody, whether you’re a visitor or a resident of Sunriver. The app features current weather conditions, a map of Sunriver roads and pathways, listings of restaurants and shopping, where to stay, events and activities, a fun “selfie” feature, webcam and road conditions, a way to save favorites and more. There is an alert and an emergency notice functionality that can be utilized if needed. Road/Pathway Map With a smartphone’s GPS feature enabled, the app will allow a user to see where they are in Sunriver. With the Find My Home feature, all a user needs to do is enter the house number and lane and the Navigator app will pinpoint the location. Eats & Treats Just click on Eats & Treats and a list of all the restaurants in the Sunriver area pop up. Click on one to learn about the restaurant or direct-dial call right from the app. Shopping This menu bar provides an overview of all the retail outlets in Sunriver and summaries of the products and services they offer, direct-dial phone number and website link, if available. Events This feature lists all that are open to the public. You can share the event with friends and family. When available, there are hyperlinks to the event’s website. Sunriver Selfie The digital equivalent of an old-fashioned post card, this places a “Wish You Were Here” and other messages that will overlay the photos you take from within the app and send to your family and friends via email or social network sites. Available for free download in your device’s Apple and Android stores, the app is compatible for iOS systems running 7.0 and higher and Android 3.0 and higher.

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Because everyone needs an outlet!

Rockin’ Holiday Kickoff

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ring the family out to The Village at Sunriver to kick off the 2017 Holiday Season with the second annual Rockin’ Holiday Kickoff on Saturday, November 25. Sip on coffee or cocoa while listening to various performers and carolers. Venture your way over to Santa Land for free photos with jolly Old St. Nick then meet some elves for ornament making. Explore The Village via The Alpine Express Trackless Train and get your face painted by Elsa and Anna from Frozen.

Mon - Sat 9:30am – 8:00pm • Sun 11am – 6pm BendFactoryStores.com 61334 S. HWY 97, Bend

The night ends with the lighting of the Christmas tree and a “Rockin” concert igniting the holiday season!

Spooktacular

Fun at The Village Halloween Night

Infant & Toddler, Water Toys Journals & Diaries, Arts & Crafts Outdoor Fun, Sporting Goods Science & Exploration Games & Puzzles

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he Village at Sunriver is excited to present Spooktacular Fun on Halloween. Kids of all ages are welcome to enjoy trick or treating with The Village merchants and show off their favorite costume during the costume contest where winners will receive frightfully fun prizes. Enjoy a cupcake walk and ghoulish games at the spooky Halloween party. Event starts at 4pm and continues until 6pm, free of charge. www.villageatsunriver.com


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aybe you can’t do a triple-axel double toe loop to save your life, but you still wouldn’t mind whiling away an afternoon by lacing up some figure skates and hitting the ice for some fun and exercise.

Love. Pairs well with everything.

The Ice Skating Rink in The Village at Sunriver is the perfect opportunity to take a break from shopping to glide in the area’s longest running ice pavilion. Some of the features include an indoor warming area with public restrooms and fire place, quality sounds, lockers and skate assisters to help you stay upright! You can even watch the Zamboni clear the ice inbetween sessions. The warming hut with indoor/outdoor fireplace is the perfect spot to rest and watch the fun. Open November thru mid-April pending weather. Open Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. 541-593-5948, www.sunrivericerink.com

Sunriver Brewing Company K9 Keg Pull

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he Sunriver Brewing Company K9 Keg Pull has rapidly grown to the premier winter event in The Village at Sunriver. Dogs of all sizes, weights and breeds join in the fun, where participant and spectators alike, cheer on their favorite dog. A 150-foot snow runway is built in The Village at Sunriver on which dogs race to the finish line pulling an empty keg. Dog owners can enter their canine pals in one of four weight categories, which will dictate the size keg the dog will pull---everything from a full-size keg to a Foster’s beer can. Owners do whatever they can to coax their canine buddies across the finish line. Each dog is timed and prizes awarded to the “Fastest-Fidos” in each weight division. Whether you own a dog or not you won’t want to miss this fun event. Proceeds from all entry fees benefit the American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life. events@alpine-entertainment.com www.villageatsunriver.com

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Sunriver Business Park Food & Beverages 2 Big Belly Burger and Brew 14 Cohen’s Stacked Bistro 16 Circle K Convenience Store 16 Rat Hole Brewing Company 5 Sunriver Brewing Co. 16 Sunriver Subway 16 T&S Espresso 1 The Mountain Jug

Recreation & Rentals 4 Camp Abbott Trading Co. (Fishing Department) 1 Sunriver Fly Shop 16 Sunriver Virtual Reality & Arcade 19 Stillwater Fly Shop 16 Tumalo Creek Canoe & Kayak

SERVING THE NORTHWEST’S YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND Two Country Mall, Suite B 57195 Beaver Drive Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-8149 Fax (541) 593-3581 exec@sunriverchamber.com

Vacation Home Rentals 10 Bennington Properties 7 Powder Village Condominiums 3 Vacation Station 11 Village Properties

Health & Fitness 14 David Schweitzer-DMD 18 La Pine Community Health Center 3 Nobility Fitness 14 Rebound Physical Therapy 2 Sunriver Dance Academy 18 Sunriver Physical Therapy Personal Services 2 Woof 14 Precise Painting 14 Salon Sunriver 16 Scrubs Laundromat 6 Spacemaker Storage 19 Sunriver Storage System 3 Sunriver Veterinary Clinic 8 The Compound 14 Twin Pines Landscaping

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he Sunriver Business Park provides businesses and local residents with all the services and amenities needed to live comfortably in Sunriver. Public services include the awarded wining Three Rivers School which serves students ages K-8, the Sunriver Library, part of the Deschutes County Library system and the Sunriver Post Office, offering over 1,000 lock boxes. Heath services include the La Pine Community Health Center and David Switzer, DMD, who provides residents with all their dental needs. Nobility Fitness, Rebound Physical Therapy and Sunriver Physical Therapy offer first class exercise and fitness studios. Camp Abbott Trading Co., an Ace Hardware store with over 5,000 square feet of store space, contains everything you need to repair and maintain your Sunriver home. In addition to hardware items that are specifically chosen for the Sunriver area, the store offers a complete line of pet supplies for the animals in your home as well as food and feeders for the numerous wild birds and small animals in our area. The store also contains a specialized fishing department that carries fishing equipment and fishing tackle for bait and spin fishing as well as fly fishing. Fishing licenses and parking permits can be purchased here. Quality food at affordable prices can be found at Sunriver

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Subway and the Circle K convenience store. Sunriver’s newest eatery, the Cohen’s Stacked Bistro, offers a full menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as weekly specials and live entertainment on the weekends. The Sunriver Brewing Company, one of Oregon’s fastest growing craft beer makers and operators of the Sunriver Brew House, brews and distributes their beer in their recently completed brewing facility. The Mountain Jug, a craft beer growler filling station, carries up to ten specially selected craft beers produced here in Central Oregon. The Cross Roads Shell, Circle K Convenience Store and Car Wash provide all grades of gasoline at competitive prices. Mike’s Tire and Auto Center is a full service automobile repair shop that can take care of all your automobile service needs. Cooper Racing and Small Engine Repair are equipped to handle the servicing and repair of small engines and equipment. The Sunriver Fly Shop has been serving locals and tourists for over 20 years and will supply you with the expert advice and the perfect fly to catch fish. Tumalo Creek Kayak and Canoe offers sales, rentals and guided tours for you to enjoy your time on our Central Oregon waters. Sunriver VR (virtual reality), offers interactive computer games that can be enjoyed by individuals or teams. Vacation home rental management services are provided by Village Properties and Vacation Station. Professional real estate services are supplied by Gibson Realty, Cadwell Realty Group and Eagle Commercial Real Estate. Bennington Properties offers vacation management and real estate services. Sunriver Office Services features business services for local business owners, Sunriver Computer Services has the knowledge and expertise to service and maintain your computer needs, and the iPhone Doctor can take care of your mobile devices.


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he Spring River Plaza is located on Spring River Drive, just past the Deschutes River and on your way to Mt. Bachelor. The business district is home to several local businesses that serve both visitors and local residents.

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The Second Tern Thrift Shop is a volunteer-run second hand store. All proceeds from the store go to support the Sunriver Nature Center and the Oregon Observatory. The store is open every Friday and Saturday and shoppers will find some of the best bargains in Central Oregon.

Spring River Tree Service is the community expert on ponderosa and lodge pole pine trees, with a certified arborist on their staff. Services include tree removal, brush removal and stump grinding. They are experts on keeping Sunriver homes and lots fire free.

One of Sunriver’s newest restaurants, The Wallow Bar & Grill, has quickly become a local favorite. The restaurant is open seven days a week and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Base Camp Grill provides quality food for people on-the-go and is conveniently located on the way to Mt. Bachelor, while the Summit Express Convenience Store is

Spring River Environmental Services is one of the longest running businesses in Sunriver. Serving all of Central Oregon, they have designed, created and maintained beautiful landscapes for over 35 years. In addition, their services include irrigation installation, service and repair, ladder fuel reductions and snow removal services.

Parr Engine Repair is a full service automobile repair and service shop. They are also equipped to service and repair small engines and motorized equipment.

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Art & Culture In addition to two free concert series, Turf Tunes Sunriver Style on Sunday evenings in July and August, and Alfresco Fridays in September, Sunriver hosts events all year round that any art and music lover will appreciate.

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Art & Culture in Sunriver CELEBRATING

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Sunriver Chamber Member Businesses ART & CULTURE Artists’ Gallery of Sunriver Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #19, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4382 www.artistsgallerysunriver.com Bend Fashion Quarterly 404 NE Norton Ave., Bend, OR 97701 541-388-5665 www.bendfashionquarterly.com Cascade Arts & Entertainment Magazine 404 NE Norton Ave., Bend, OR 97701 541-388-5665 www.cascadeae.com

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Sunriver Books & Music Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #25, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2525 www.sunriverbooks.com Sunriver Music Festival Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #13, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1084 www.sunrivermusic.org Sunriver Nature Center 57245 River Rd,. Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4394 www.sunrivernaturecenter.org

Central Event Rentals 19990 McClellan Rd., Bend, OR 97702 541-389-6275 www.centraloregoneventrentals.com

Sunriver Stars Community Theater PO Box 3712, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-598-0650 www.sunriverstars.com

High Desert Museum 59800 S Hwy. 97, Bend, OR 97702 541-382-4754 www.highdesertmuseum.org

The Wooden Jewel Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #25, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4151 www.thewoodenjewel.com

Newberry Music Festival 16693 Sprague Loop, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-3600 www.newberryevent.com

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Get Your Cultural Fix in Sunriver

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unriver boasts a full slate of culturally enriching art, festivals and events. From Central Oregon works of art at local galleries to the Sunriver Art Fair, the Sunriver Quilt Show and Sunriver Music Festival, culturally inspiring opportunities are available year round. Please be sure to check a full calendar of events on pages 46-49. Take the time to learn more about the history and ecology of the local area with visits to the Sunriver Nature Center, the Oregon Observatory at Sunriver and the High Desert Museum. The Artists’ Gallery, conveniently located in The Village at Sunriver, is a cooperative of 28 local artists who bring

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Necklace by Stella Rose Powell, Artists’ Gallery

their own unique flavor and personality to the gallery. The artists’ works varies from oil paintings in the style of the old masters, contemporary art and precision laser metal art to creative gourds and wearable art jewelry. You won’t want to miss the Sunriver Lodge Betty Gray Art Gallery on the second floor of Sunriver Resort’s main lodge. You will find works from local artists in a myriad of media from inspiring photography and sculptures to richly painted oils, pastels and abstracts. For those performing arts buffs, the theatre troupe Sunriver Stars has been providing the community with hilarious and inspiring productions multiple times a year in Sunriver.


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Hands-On Activities, Programs & Exhibits at Sunriver Nature Center

o your kids have hungry minds? Kids dig it when they can prowl through the woods, track a porcupine, touch a reptile or go eye-to-eye with a Great Horned Owl. Hands-on activities, programs and exhibits fit easily into a weekend vacation. The staff of naturalists will keep your kids curiously engaged and provide an exciting new perspective on the natural world around Sunriver. There’s nothing sweeter than the oooohs and aaaahs of kids seeing something for the first time. So stop in today for teachable moments, precious memories and great photo ops. During the summer the Nature Center is open seven days a week from 9am-5pm Check out the popular kids classes with topics ranging from birds of prey to reptiles and amphibians and even tracking. These classes are available throughout the summer and kids can join the Toad Patrol in late July or early August for the Great Toad Migration, when literally thousands of Western Toads need help moving from Lake Aspen to the Great Meadow. The Nature Center isn’t just for kids! Adults will enjoy our lecture series happening throughout the year. Bringing a group? Check out our private Twilight Tours. Visit our website or Facebook page for special events, bird walks and

Kody Osborne, lead naturalist at the Sunriver Nature Center, with wife Shaley and son Indi. Photo by William Wood

full moon hike. It’s all about gaining an appreciation for the flora and fauna that live and thrive in Sunriver. Check the website for off-season hours: www. sunrivernaturecenter.org or call 541-593-4394. Admission is $6 adults, $4 children (ages 2-12) and members are free. Located off Circle 3 in Sunriver.

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id you know that the Oregon Observatory is the largest of its kind in the country and is located right here in Sunriver? Feast your eyes on faraway galaxies. Get a glimpse of globular clusters, nebulas and binary stars. Sunriver’s elevation, pitch-dark surroundings and crystal clear air make it perfect for stargazing, and at the Oregon Observatory, you won’t be lining up just for one quick peek. There are dozens of telescopes set up for your enjoyment from Tele Vue refractors to the new 30-inch telescope. In fact, when the roofs roll open they have the largest public astronomical viewing facility in the United States. The Observatory offers nightly viewing in the summer with guided constellation tours and expert assistance. Whether you’re

an accomplished amateur astronomer or a first-timer, you’ll be amazed by the views. During the day,stop by the Oregon Observatory for a spectacular look at earth’s own star through filtered telescopes set up for safe solar viewing.Thought about a private event with just your friends and family? The Observatory is available for private Star Parties. During the summer the observatory is open daily for solar viewing from 11am-2pm and night programs are TuesdaySunday from 9-11pm. The exciting rocketry classes for kids, ages 8-10, during the summer fill up fast. Check out the website for off-season hours, www.oregonobservatory.org or 541-598-4406. Admission for night programs is $10 adults, $8 children (ages 3-12) and members are free. Located off Circle 3 in Sunriver.

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Artists’ Gallery Sunriver Celebra�ng Six Years in Business

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ome celebrate a creative experience with the artists at the Artists’ Gallery in Sunriver Village. Browse original, hand-crafted gifts and fine art from 28 local artists. Mediums include sculpture, paintings, fused and blown glass, textiles, woodcraft, custom jewelry, furnishings, metal art, photography and ceramics.

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On the second Saturday of each month join the popular Art Reception from 4-7pm with light refreshments served. Meet the gallery artists. Peruse new artworks. Shop for gifts. Indulge creative conversation. Invite your friends and family. The Artists’ Gallery Sunriver is operated by local artists, and the planned monthly exhibitions showcase Central Oregon artists. Their artwork ranges from fine acrylic and oil painting through collage, watercolor, fine wood and gourd art to unique photography, many types of mixed media, jewelry and more. Some 28 artists participate in the gallery including Deni Porter, Bonnie Junell, Karla Proud, Susan Harkness-Williams, Peter Roussel, Diane Miyauchi, Midge Thomas, Greg Cotton and Nancy Cotton.

Exhibitions feature work by established artists as well as emerging ones at direct-from-the-artist prices. Each of the volunteer members of the cooperative board is an artist. In a joint statement, they noted, “We are all very excited to be a part of the newly revitalized Sunriver Village. “ Most gratifying is the energy of these artists, which is ‘off the charts’ high. The artists say they are so very fortunate to be attracting such outstanding talent. As they go forward, they hope the gallery satisfies a wide range of people who enjoy art including serious collectors to a drop-in visitor here for the other wonderful things that Sunriver has to offer. The Sunriver Village Mall, Bldg. #19. Summer Hours: 9am to 8pm daily, Fall thru Spring Hours: 10am to 5pm, closed Tuesdays 541-593-4382, www.artistsgallerysunriver.com, Like us on Facebook! Artists’ Gallery Village at Sunriver

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uly 21-23, this three-day Music & Arts Festival is a limited ticketed event, a private party of sorts, well known as a good time for a good cause. Central Oregon’s Fifth Annual Newberry Event Music & Arts Festival to Defeat MS is hosted at DiamondStone Guest Lodge, west of Newberry National Monument, between Sunriver and La Pine. Come dance and enjoy two stages of great music of all genres with rock, blues, Americana, reggae, jazz, bluegrass and more by national and regional acts. DiamondStone’s lawns, shady aspens and pines create a beautiful venue in South Deschutes County (Newberry Country) for this family friendly experience. Kids under the age of 13 are free. Tent Yogoman, photo courtesy of Newberry Music & Arts Festival camping is free and limited RV sites are available. With a myriad of crafts, food (breakfast too), beer and distillery vendors, and silent auctions of incredible items on site, you’ll find everything you need for the day. Come together for fun and a heart to raise $10,000 to benefit the Oregon Chapter National Multiple Sclerosis Society. IRS charitable donations gratefully accepted. Tickets: www.newberryevent.com. Tiered pricing; Early-Bird tickets for sale now until musical acts are announced.

Where Wild Meets West Awe-inspiring wildlife. Charming Old West characters. Compelling new exhibits.

Voted #1 Attraction in Bend by tripadvisor!

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he Sunriver Resort Lodge Betty Gray Art Gallery presents fine art exhibitions featuring noted Central Oregon artists in the upper and the lower floor galleries of the lodge. Billye Turner, art consultant, and Sunriver Resort announce exhibits for the summer and holiday seasons of the quarterly exhibition series. The summer fine art exhibition opens June 6 continuing through September 3, 2017. Featuring local artists JM Brodrick, MaryLea Harris and Karen Ruane, the exhibition offers a wide variety of medium and styles. Artist JM Brodrick notes, “I am a painter working towards merging realism with the beauty of pure abstract.” Juried exhibitions and awards evidence her expertise: Best of America, National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society, 2016; Artists to Watch, Southwest Art Magazine, September 2015 and others. Both serene and dramatic, her over-laying of Sunset Beauty, acrylic on canvas colors creates by JM Brodrick hues appearing to glow from within as seen in Sunset Beauty. MaryLea Harris has degrees in studio art and art history from Sweet Briar College and a master of fine arts from Virginia

Commonwealth University in painting. A Harry D. Forsyth Fellow at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, her paintings feature brightly colored abstracts and her recent Map Series explores our relationships between physical and belonging. Karen Ruane notes, “I love color, nature and I love form!” A common thread in her artistic career, she combines her affection for these aspects into SThe Roost, watercolor on paper by Vivian Olson colorful, abstract paintings, allowing the varied mediums to flow as desired, although directed through tools. A magna cum laude graduate of art school at the University of Arizona, she now works full time as an artist in Bend. Featured in the Holiday exhibition period, November 20-February 22, are works in varied mediums and genre by the High Desert Art League of Central Oregon members Cindy Briggs, Helen Brown, David Kinker, Jacqueline Newbold, Vivian Olsen, Janice Rhodes, Barbara Slater and Joren Traveller. With a wide range of imagery, the members depict the pleasures of the season. The summer exhibition marks the beginning of the 22nd year of exhibitions curated by Turner for Sunriver Resort. The Sunriver Resort Lodge is open all hours. Contact Billye Turner at 503-7802828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com for additional information.

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ach summer in August, over 300 brightly colored quilts go on display in The Village at Sunriver. The 2017 Sunriver Quilt Show and Sale on Saturday, August 5 marks the 29th season and is presented by the Mountain Meadow Quilters Guild members. The group consists of more than 125 quilters who meet twice a month to share their love of quilts and quilting. The quilts displayed in the show are made by members of the Guild and cover a wide spectrum in color and style, from traditional patterns to modern art. Some of these quilts will be available for sale. A special exhibit this year will include featured quilter Michelle McMicken. In addition to quilts on display, there will be a bazaar of handcrafted items made by Guild members including potholders, tote bags, table runners and doll quilts. It is never too early to do some holiday shopping. The sale of bazaar items support area charities and educational opportunities for Guild members. Admission is free and hours are from 9am-4pm. See small quilts inside the shops in The Village at Sunriver during July with large quilts decorating the exterior during the August 5 event. Sue Humiston, Mountain Meadow Quilters 541-536-7398, www.mtnmeadowquilters.org


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ust 11 miles up the highway from Sunriver, the High Desert Museum feels like it’s a world away. Be eye-to-eye with a bird of prey. Watch river otters frolic. Meet characters from the past. Discover everchanging exhibits. There’s a reason we’re consistently ranked the #1 attraction in Central Oregon by TripAdvisor! Step back in time and discover the 1904 Miller Family Ranch and Sawmill. Mrs. Miller and her collection of colorful friends may be there, happy to tell you all about her log cabin, fancy French chickens, donkeys and Mustang (the latter two are there in the warmer months.) Kids are welcome to play a frontier game in Mrs. Miller’s yard or help her plant her garden. We dare you to ask if you can take a selfie with her! Explore frontier life and learn about Native American culture and history in the Museum’s immersive permanent exhibits. This year, one of the Museum’s featured temporary exhibits is World War II: The High Desert Home Front. The exhibit explores the role the West’s high desert played in the war and the war’s long-lasting impact on the region. For instance, the property on which Sunriver Resort is built was once Camp Abbott, a military training camp.Japanese balloon bombs caused the only casualties in the continental U.S. when they landed in Oregon. The Hanford Site manufactured the plutonium used in the first nuclear bomb, and Japanese Americans here were placed in

internment camps. During the summer, be sure to experience Raptors of the Desert Sky! Your heart will surely pound as raptors fly just over your head during this incredible daily program held among the ponderosa pines on our property. See hawks, eagles, owls and vultures glide through the audience. Hold onto your hats! While you’re here, have lunch in our café and be sure to visit Silver Sage Trading, where you can buy great gifts, souvenirs, Native American jewelry, books and fun, educational toys. Throughout the year, the Museum offers inspiring programs, workshops, field trips and events. Check our website for information. Our friendly staff and volunteers look forward to welcoming you and your family! Summer hours: 9am-5pm daily May 1-October 31. Adults $15, seniors $12, kids $9, children four and under, free. Winter hours: 10am-4pm daily November 1-April 30. Adults $12, seniors $10, kids $7, children four and under, free. 541-382-4754 www.highdesertmuseum.org

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Every August, Central Oregon enjoys a two week festival full of concerts, master classes, music workshops, family concerts, fundraisers, orchestra rehearsals and parties with the Sunriver Music Festival. Photo courtesy of SRMF

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he 40th Anniversary season features world-class musicians from all around the nation while also continually creating and nurturing music education programs for Central Oregon’s youth year-round.

It’s a festival full of classical concerts, masterclasses, family concerts, fundraisers, open rehearsals and parties. Many of these visiting musicians from prestigious orchestras are handpicked for the Sunriver Music Festival Orchestra by Artistic Director George Hanson. Concerts held at the historic Great Hall in Sunriver, the Tower Theatre in downtown Bend and Summit High School in Bend.

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Each season kicks off with Festival Faire, an elegant dinner and auction in the Great Hall at Sunriver Resort Sunday, July 16. The event includes performances by the outstanding Young Artists Scholarship winners. This special gala fundraiser directly supports the scholarship program and the summer festival.

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The festival consistently features top-notch soloists and this year is no exception. Back by popular demand, pianist Sean Chen will be featured in three concerts — August 16 with the full orchestra and the Central Oregon Mastersingers, plus a solo piano concert on August 21, plus the August 23rd closing concert! Other featured soloists include esteemed concertmaster Steven Moeckel and vocalists Courtney Huffman, Hannah Penn, David Gustafson, and Zachary Lenox. This 40th Anniversary lineup makes for an epic once-in-a-lifetime season of live music! 541-593-9310 information@ sunrivermusic.org www.sunrivermusic.org

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SUNRIVER RESORT LODGE BETTY GRAY GALLERY Summer Quarter Exhibit

JM Brodrick, MaryLea Harris, Karen Ruane, Kelly Thiel

Fall Quarter Exhibit Daniel Florea

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Sunriver Art Fair

he Sunriver Art Fair, voted #1 Small Town Art Fair in the nation, will return this summer to The Village at Sunriver on August 11-13. The Fair showcases 70+ artists displaying and selling their fine arts and crafts. The work is juried from artist applications, including ceramics, glass, jewelry, painting, photography, sculpture, textiles, woodworking and mixed media. Once again this year there are a significant number of new artists who are interested in showing at the Fair. There will be live professional entertainment all three days, an art center for young artists to try out their skills and food for purchase at The Sunriver Village restaurants. Special events will include a Saturday night street dance in The Village. Over the last several years, the SRWC (a nonprofit corporation Photo courtesy of Sunriver Art Fair established in 1974) has distributed more than $214,000 to community agencies that meet the basic needs (i.e., shelter, health, food, clothing and education) of families and children residing in the Three Rivers and South Deschutes County area. 9:30am-6pm Friday - Saturday, Sunday 9:30am-4pm 877-269-2580, www.sunriverartfair.com, www.facebook.com/sunriverartfair

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he only community theater in Sunriver, The Sunriver Stars Community Theater (SSCT) was founded in 2011 by Victoria Kristy. Since then the group has produced 18 plays, entertaining visitors and residents alike. The theatre group is made up of local aspiring thespians, ranging from 5 to 85, working together to bring family-friendly live theater to the community. Producing an average of four plays a year on the stage at The Door in the Sunriver Business Park, the organization donates a large percentage of its proceeds to sponsor arts programing for local children. 2017’s performance lineup includes Play it Again, Sam, written by Woody Allen and directed by Sandy Silver June 2-4. August 25-27,playwright Bill Walton will direct his old-time melodrama, Photo courtesy of Sunriver Stars Hang On the Bell, Nellie. Artistic Director Victoria Kristy will bring a musical version of The Secret Garden to the stage October 28-29 and the Annual Holiday Reader’s Theatre, directed by Susan Evans Inman, will end the year December 2-4. Then it all begins begin again with comedy’s, musicals and dramas suited to the Sunriver community. Come join the fun, whether on stage in one of the season’s lineup or in the audience laughing and applauding. When looking for something to do in Sunriver…reach for the STARS! sunriverdiva@gmail.com, www.sunriverstars.org

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In addition to participating in services at the church, The Bells of Sunriver is very active in the community, presenting programs and concerts at schools, retirement homes and community events. Photo courtesy of Bells of Sunriver

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he Christmas season is always a magical time of year, but in Sunriver a combination of snow, gingerbread houses and sleigh rides bring to mind a picture-perfect holiday fit for a Frank Capra movie. At Sunriver Resort, you and your children can visit Santa’s Workshop for your chance to make homemade crafts, just like one of Santa’s elves. Or perhaps you’d rather experience a sugarplum story time, ornament workshop or magic show. There will also be plenty of concerts with holiday music to get you into the Christmas spirit. To kick off the season, enjoy the Grand Illumination festivities on November 18, which include unique light displays, children’s crafts, a small parade and more! Or treat yourself to a sleigh ride on an oldfashioned, horse-drawn sleigh. And once the Christmas magic is over, celebrate the New Year with a full slate of activities to ring out the old and bring in the new. Holiday Dining Events Relax and let Sunriver Resort do the cooking at one of several holiday dining events including Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s buffets, as well as Breakfast with Santa. Gingerbread Junction The largest collection of gingerbread houses in the Northwest are on display in the Sunriver Lodge. Families can see the extravagantly decorated houses, and proceeds go to a local charity. Santa’s Workshop Step into the magical world of Santa’s Workshop and create your own crafts. Elf Tuck-Ins Imagine the light in your children’s eyes when they receive a special bedtime story from one of Santa’s elves. Guests of Sunriver Resort can request one of the resort’s elves to stop by for an “Elf TuckIn” to read a magical story and bid the children goodnight. www.sunriver-resort.com/traditions

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Living in Sunriver, Sunriver Style Sunriver Chamber Member Businesses ANIMAL CARE Sunriver Veterinary Clinic 56825 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8128 www.centraloregonvet.com Camp Abbott Trading Co. (Pet Supplies) 56820 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8168 www.campabbotttradingco..com

BEAUTY SALONS The Sage Springs Club Spa Sunriver Resort, Sunriver, OR 97707 1-800-801-8765

CHILD CARE Snappy Sitters 541-419-0997 www.snappysitters.com

CLUBS & NON PROFIT ORGINIZATIONS American Cancer Society 2350 Oakmont Way, Eugene, OR 97401 541-280-9321 www.cancer.org Central Oregon Association of Realtors 2112 NE 4th St., Bend, OR 97701 541-382-6027 www.coar.com Central Oregon Community College 2600 NW College Way, Bend, OR 97701 541-383-7210 www.cocc.edu.com Commute Options for Central Oregon 50 SW Bond St., Ste. 4, Bend, OR 97702 541-330-2647 www.commuteoptions.com La Pine Fire Protection District 51590 Huntington Rd., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-2935 www.lapinefire.org La Pine Rodeo Association PO Box 674, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-7500 www.lapineradeo.com La Pine Rural Fire Protection District 51590 Huntington Rd., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-2935 www.lapinefire.org Newberry Habitat for Humanity 56870 Venture Ln., Suite 105, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5005 www.newberryhabitatforhumanity.com Oregon State Snowmobile Association P O Box 435, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-3668 www.oregonsnow.org

Second Tern Thrift Shore 17377 Spring River Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-3367

David Schweitzer, DMD 56845 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8843 www.sunriverdental.com

Sunriver Anglers Club PO Box 4273, Sunriver, OR 97707 www.sunriveranglers.org

High Desert Family Medicine 57067 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5400

Sunriver Fire Department 57475 Abbott Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8622 www.sunriverfd.org

La Pine Eyecare Clinic 16410 Third St., Suite A, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-2911 www.lapineeyecare.com

Sunriver Police Department 57455 Abbott Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1040 www.sunriversd.org/policepage.htm Sunriver Owners Association 57455 Abbot Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2411 www.sunriverowners.org Sunriver Men’s Club Sunriver.mensclub@yahoo.com Sunriver Women’s Club PO Box 3334, Sunriver, OR 97707 www.sunriverwomensclub..com www.sunriverartfair.com Upper Deschutes River Coalition PO Box 3042, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2777 www.udrc.org

CHURCHES Community Bible Church at Sunriver Beaver at Theater Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8341 www.cbchurchsr.org Holy Trinity Catholic Church 18160 Cottonwood Rd., PMB 763, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5990 www.holyredeemerparish.net Sunriver Christian Fellowship 18160 Cottonwood Rd., PMB 266 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1183 www.sunriverchristianfellowship.org The Door at Three Rivers 56885 Enterprises Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-280-2171 www.thedoor3r.org

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Partners In Care 2075 NE Wyatt Court, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-382-5882 www.partnersbend.org

Air Link Critical Care Transport 2500 Neff Rd., Bend, OR 97701 541-706-6305 www.airlinkcct.org

Rotary Club of Sunriver PO Box 4761, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1756 www.sunriverrotary.org

Asea-Increasing Cellular Efficiency 17293 Kingfisher Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-7602 www.cellsbewell.com

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La Pine Community Health Center 58881 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-876-1039 www.lapinecc..com Life Flight 675 SE Salmon, Redmond, OR 97756 503-678-4370 www.lifeflight.org Massage Sunriver 57195 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-7466 www.massagesunriver.com Niswonger-Reynolds Funeral Home 105 NW Irving Ave., Bend, OR 97701 541-382-2471 www.niswonger-reynolds.com Prairie House Assisted Living & Memory Care 51485 Morson St., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-8559 www.prairehouse.com St. Charles Health System, Inc. 2500 NE Neff Rd., Bend, OR 97701 541-382-4321 www.cascadehealthcare.org

PHYSICAL THERAPHY/ FITNESS CENTER Active Physical Therapy 57067 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-390-7518 www.physicaltheraphysunriver.com Nobility Fitness Center 56825 Venture Ln., Suite 103, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-788-5245 www.nobilityfitness.com Rebound Physical Therapy 56870 Venture Ln., Suite 103, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-585-3148 www.reboundoregon.com/sunriver-physical-therapy.com Sunriver Physical Therapy 56881 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8535 www.lapinesunriverpt.com

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Living in Sunriver, Sunriver Style Sunriver residents enjoy the resort lifestyle year-round.

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Calling Sunriver Home

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take a tube ride down the sledding hill during winter months. For by John Salzer, 17 year Sunriver resident those wanting a slower pace, residents come in to meet friends ike a vast majority of Sunriver’s permanent residents, for morning coffee, or play bridge and other board games in the our family first visited Sunriver on a vacation. Then, Hosmer room. like many others, we decided to either buy a second One of the unique features of Sunriver is that it has no natives, home or a rental property. As visitors and second everyone moved here from someplace else.So we are very accepting homeowners we enjoyed all that Sunriver had to offer. Until we of newcomers. More and more folks are moving here while they are moved here permanently, we never realized that a significant still actively employed. They come for the lifestyle and opportunity number of people actually live here year round. We assumed to raise their families in a somewhat rural setting, but with all the carefree, fun-loving vacationers like ourselves occupied every home.This assumption isn’t far off the mark because, as permanent advantages of an urban setting. This past summer, the final portion residents, the vacation never ends. of the four lane highway from Bend to Sunriver was completed. Permanent residents enjoy the resort lifestyle during the With Bend having grown so significantly during the past decade, summer, then pretty much have the place to ourselves during Sunriver is becoming an even more attractive alternative for people the spring and fall. The pace of life slows down, tee times are working in Bend. plentiful, tennis and pickle ball courts Many choose Sunriver to retire and are available at any time, bike paths are enjoy the solitude that allows them to wide open and abundant fishing on our pursue their interest in writing, painting or Comparison of woodworking. Others come to find new nationally recognized lakes and streams is Monthly Homeowner friends or a cause to support. Residents do easily accessible. not lack for choices... there are more than Residents also embrace winter — the Association Fees 35 local organizations from quilting, fishing, second season for visitors. We enjoy walking the plowed bike paths or cross-country women’s and men’s clubs.You name it, we’ve Sunriver: $122.82 (2017) skiing on the golf course fairways. An easy probably got it. 18-mile drive takes us to Mt. Bachelor’s Sunriver attracts permanent residents Black Butte Ranch: $403.85 (2016) world-class slopes for challenging downhill who like to be involved, be it pounding nails Broken Top: $225 (2016) runs, Nordic skiing and dog sledding. for Habitat for Humanity, acting as guides Caldera Springs: $239 (2016) With our Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic& at the Nature Center and Observatory or Recreation Center (SHARC), which is open serving at annual PGA golf tournaments. Crosswater: $315 (2016) year round, residents can take a morning We serve on boards and committees, pick Eagle Crest: $246 (2016) exercise class, work out in the fitness up litter, are involved in one of the four local center, enjoy a swim in the indoor pool, or churches, support the annual Sunriver Music

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Festival, plan and host tennis tournaments, pull noxious weeds, act as SMART readers at the local K-8 public school, and still find time to play golf and pickleball, quilt and knit, ring handbells, attend our monthly community potlucks, and even run marathons. A full list of Sunriver’s many clubs, groups and organizations can be found at www.sunriverowners.org. Everyone is aware of Sunriver Resort. What they might not be aware of is how much the resort has improved their facilities in recent years. Last year they built their own pool complex, The Cove, exclusively for their guests which has significantly reduced congestion at SHARC during the busy summer months. They have also upgraded their signature main lodge, marina and stables. If you haven’t been here in a while, you probably won’t recognize The Village at Sunriver. The owners have done an amazing job of rebuilding and upgrading the mall. And we homeowners, through our Sunriver Homeowners Association, have done our part as well. Besides building SHARC — which provides year round aquatics, an events center and enhanced recreation amenities — a few years ago we approved funding the replacement of all our roads and bike paths (bike paths completed), and are well on our way to completing this task. In spite of these recent investments, Sunriver Owners Association dues remain just a little over $120 per month. Sunriver has, by far, the lowest HOA dues of any resort in the region. So if you are thinking about relocating or retiring to Central Oregon, I would remind you that Sunriver has the Deschutes River running alongside it, we have our own local police and fire departments, our own K-8th grade school, our own library, our own mall with markets, stores and restaurants, and most importantly, a real sense of community with permanent residents that are anxious to welcome you. Should Sunriver life appeal to you, I would invite you to visit the Sunriver Owners Association office on Abbot Drive or drop by the Sunriver Chamber of Commerce in Mall Two to obtain additional information about moving here.

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It’s a Dog’s Life

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ere in Sunriver we understand that your pets are a part of your family. If you are the type of traveler who would not dream of leaving your canine companion at home, then Sunriver is your poochperfect playground. With 33-plus miles of pathways, five miles of riverbank and a national forest next door, your dog will never run out of places to sniff and explore... and the dog walker in the family will never have to take the same path twice. Enjoy the serenity of the outdoors and allow the magic of the forest to stimulate all human and canine senses. A particularly scenic area for walking is along the Deschutes River, and great for wildlife viewing. Keep your eyes peeled for owl, osprey, otter, elk and deer. Dogs are Welcome Here Whether you are staying in a vacation rental or the resort, you will be able to find many dog-friendly accommodations. Bennington Properties, Discover Sunriver, Mountain Resort Properties, Cascara Vacation Rentals, Sunriver Resort, Sunset Lodging in Sunriver and Village Properties all feature wonderful housing options for you and your canine companion. Bennington Properties offers a complimentary dog wash (April through October) and an off leash recreation park open to all guests and owners in Sunriver. In the summer, Bennington hosts a weekly Yappy Hour on Thursdays for pooches to socialize while their humans mingle and enjoy refreshments. Sunriver Village offers al fresco dining opportunities as well as many dog-friendly shops, and Sunriver Sports rents bike trailers to give your furry family member a fun ride. If you didn’t bring a pet essential, such as high quality canned or dry food, or even if you just want a new toy, the Sunriver Country Store IGA in The Village and the Hammer Time Home Center in the Sunriver Business Park will surely have what you need. Dogs are allowed off-leash on pathways and at Fort Rock Park as long as they mind their manners and are under effective voice control of their humans. Please remember to carry a leash at all times and clean up after your pet, even in the forest. There are numerous clean up/ disposal stations along the pathways and at Fort Rock park for your convenience. For those who are ready to explore the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway, many of the lakes provide dogs with a welcome relief from the summer heat. Elk Lake is a wonderful place for dogs to play

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in the water and the lodge is pet-friendly as well. For a quieter experience and fewer crowds, try Little Lava Lake. Sparks Lake is a great choice, and the large Crane Prairie and Wickiup Reservoirs are inviting to dogs of all shapes and sizes. Floating on the Deschutes River A popular activity in Sunriver is a leisurely float down the Deschutes River. Canoes, kayaks and rafts are available for rent at the Sunriver Marina, from Good2Go, Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe, Sunriver ToyHouse Toys or Four Seasons Recreational Outfitters in the Sunriver Village.You can begin your float at Harper’s Bridge. Float down the Deschutes River until you reach a pull out site where you can be picked up and driven back to your car. Good2Go offers guided float tours. Dogs are always welcome to enjoy the ride with their humans and test their sea legs. Winter Activities with Your dog Edison Sno-Park and Wanoga snow park are two family and dogfriendly activity areas where your canine companion can safely enjoy exploring the snow with you. These snow parks offer a range of groomed and natural areas for snowshoeing and cross country skiing options for all abilities. Have you ever tried skijoring? It feels like cross country skiing with superpowers. Skijoring, or cross country skiing while being pulled by a dog, makes every glide a little longer and every effort a little easier. It’s great fun for those who already enjoy cross country skiing and it’s a wonderful way to commune with your four legged friend in the beautiful winter environment. So plan your visit to Sunriver with Fido included and get ready to create some memories for every member of your family. When it comes to dog-friendly fun, we aim to please all year long.


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Mass Times

Thursdays at 9:30AM Saturdays at 5:30PM Sundays at 8:00AM

All Masses are preceded by the rosary 1/2 hour before.

“We are a church family, centered on the Eucharist, living and sharing our faith and God-given talents and gifts.� Visit us on Facebook and at www.sunriverchristianfellowship.org

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Sunriver Women’s Club unriver Women’s Club (SRWC) welcomes women from Sunriver and the surrounding communities. We have been active in the community since 1972 with over 250 members.

Our goals: • To maintain a club for fellowship and recreation. • To engage in charitable and educational activities. • To promote the social welfare of residents of Sunriver and surrounding communities.

No matter the time of year, there are things to do — something for everyone. Winter sports, dinner club, hikes, book clubs, lunch with friends, a knitting group and monthly luncheons with interesting speakers. There is an active group that meets for concerts, plays and other events in the area. The moonlight snow shoe events and summer Community Picnic are not to be missed. SRWC has a long history of supporting nonprofit organizations in the South Deschutes County. In the past year $34,000 in grants were awarded to nonprofits providing basic needs of food, clothing, shelter and education for children and families. The highly successful Sunriver Art Fair in August and the Winter Gala in December, plus smaller events throughout the year, raise funds to make these grants possible. For more information, membership forms and a complete schedule of activities, please see: www.sunriverwomensclub.com

Rotary Club of Sunriver

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erving Sunriver, La Pine and all South Deschutes County, the local Rotary Club’s main objective is service to youth, seniors, and low income people of need in our local communities, in the workplace and around the globe. The 1.2 million Rotarians who make up the 34,000 Rotary clubs in nearly every country in the world share a dedication to the ideal of “Service Above Self.” Individual Rotary clubs belong to Rotary International. Individual members, or Rotarians, belong to a club. The club is where most of the meaningful service work is carried out. Clubs can be engaged in their communities and internationally. The Mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity and advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through its fellowship of business, professional and community leaders. Rotary clubs are open to people of all cultures and ethnicities and are secular and apolitical. You can join a Rotary Fellowship to network with others

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who share your vocation, avocation, hobby or interest. By participating in international activities, you become part of a global network of professionals seeking world peace and understanding. All Rotarians are united in a global campaign to eradicate polio. Polio Plus is Rotary’s flagship program. Along with the World Health Organization, UNICEF and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, Rotary is spear heading partner in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative. Rotary’s programs for students and youth change the lives of those who participate. Through these programs young people can earn scholarships, learn leadership skills and engage in cultural exchanges. As community volunteers we reach out, we build, we support and organize. We work locally and globally. We Take Action! If you would like to join our local Rotary Club, complete information on our weekly meetings, programs and membership details can be found on the website: www.sunriverrotary.org.


Interpretive Trail Signs

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re you goal oriented? Assign yourself or your entire family a mission one day to really discover Sunriver.

You can learn more than you ever wanted to know about Sunriver by visiting each of the 20 interpretive trail signs on the pathways. The Sunriver Anglers Club created the signs to showcase Sunriver’s geology, history, ecology, flora and fauna.

The majority of the interpretive signs are on the loop around the Great Meadow. All are marked on the community maps found in roadside and pathway kiosks.

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Buying Your Sunriver Home Sunriver Chamber Businesses REAL ESTATE SERVICES Birtola Garmyn High Desert Realty 101 NE Greenwood, Ste. 100 Bend, OR 97701 541-312-9449 www.birtolagarmynhighdesertrealty.com Cadwell Realty Group 56825 Venture Ln., Suite 108 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-306-4806 www.CadwellRealtyGroup.com Caldera Springs Real Estate 17750 Caldera Springs Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-4851 www.calderasprings.com Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty Village at Sunriver, Bldg. # 5 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2122 www.cascadesothebyrealty.com Central Oregon Association of Realtors 2112 NE Fourth St. Bend, OR 97701 541-382-6027 www.coar.com Dahlquist Realty PO Box 4562 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-815-9002 www.haleydahlquist.com Exit Realty Bend 354 NE Greenwood Ave. Bend, OR 97701 541-385-8775 www.ExitRealtyBemd.com Gibson Realty 56825 Venture Ln., Ste. 104 Sunriver OR 97707 541-593-5000 www.johngibsonpc.com

Mountain Resort Properties/ Century 21 Gold Country Realty 57084 Grizzly Ln. Sunriver, OR 97707 800-346-6337 www.mtresort.com Prudential Northwest Properties Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #7 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1234 www.sunriver.pru-nw.com Sunriver Realty 57057 Beaver Dr. Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-7000 www.sunriverrealty.com Village Properties 56835 Venture Ln., Ste. 109 Sunriver, OR 97707 800-786-7483 www.village-properties.com

FINANCIAL & INSURANCE SERVICES AmeriTitle Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #5 Bend, OR 97709 541-593-1613 www.ameri-title.com Bancorp Insurance Agency 51477 Hwy. 97 La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-1726 www.bancorpinsurance.com First American Title Insurance 57100 Beaver Dr., Bldg. 6, Suite 140 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5242 www.firstam.com/title-or/deschutes

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Mid Oregon Credit Union 1386 NE Cushing Dr. Bend, OR 97701 541-382-1795 www.midoregon.com Obsidian Home Inspections PO Box 1456 La Pine, OR 97739 541-480-6047 www.obsidianinspections.com Freshwaters Surveying, Inc. P. O. Box 4524 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-1792

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Buying Your Sunriver Home

Why I

Choose Sunriver?

f you are looking for a serene environment surrounded by sprawling acres of natural landscapes and picturesque vistas, Sunriver might be the perfect location for you.

Sunriver has about 4,200 home sites nestled among the trees, bike paths and numerous roundabouts that make driving around the resort community an interesting experience. About a quarter of residents choose to live in Sunriver year-around, with the rest being vacation homes. The Sunriver real estate market has proven to be strong and steady for several decades, and is a great place for retiring or investing in vacation rentals. The area offers a wide variety of single-family homes, condominiums, cabins and cottages in a quiet resort setting. Although Sunriver is unincorporated, it is selfgoverned and has all of the necessary services including a fire station, police department, post office, medical facilities and more. The Sunriver real estate agents and title companies share a love of Central Oregon and an understanding of their clients and the community with an unrivaled local experience and expertise that make home buying and selling a smooth and successful process. From an economic standpoint, according to Economic Development of Central Oregon (EDCO), the region boasts dynamic industry clusters across the tri-county area, including craft brewing, biotech,

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technology and recreation. A healthy mix of established companies and up and coming entrepreneurs has created a connected, energized business community that is ambitious and producing results.With an influx of capital and new ideas, solid infrastructure, the expansion of higher education and a coordinated effort by EDCO and Central Oregon cities and counties to support economic development, the region is making yet another leap forward. The workforce is skilled, educated and growing, and the migration of corporate transplants from the nation’s biggest cities is bolstering the already impressive bench strength in a diverse array of professional disciplines. People are hungry to move here and even more determined to stay. As an employer, this means easier recruitment and better retention. With the impending expansion of the Oregon State University Cascades campus, Central Oregon Community College’s robust programs and numerous other workforce training initiatives, employees have a myriad of avenues for ongoing professional development. Central Oregon has some of the lowest operating costs in the Pacific Northwest, including very affordable industrial land costs, available build-to-suit commercial real estate, tax abatement, enterprise zones and fast track permitting. And the region’s cities are eager to work with businesses considering the region, with creative solutions tailored to each company’s unique needs. (More on economic opportunities go to www. edcoinfo.com).


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hen looking for vacation destination property, areas to retire, areas to live, work and play or areas that offer the highest quality of life and maximizes your real estate investment, it’s all about location, location and location!

code fit that bill. Our homes, work spaces and lifestyles are designed to complement nature and wildlife as well as bring peace and tranquility to our inner nature.

Sunriver and the surrounding area of neighborhoods sharing the 97707 zip

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That’s why once you are a guest here, you start plotting how you can become a part or full-time resident or buy an investment home where you can get away from the bustle of life — and rent out as an overnight or long-term property for side income. You would be hard-pressed to find anywhere else that is still affordable, is a recreational hub that spells RELAX and easily accessible with scenic passes as you travel here to unplug and unwind. Once my clients move here, they cannot wait to return back HOME. Plus, you can actually build a large shop, RV garage or even an airport hangar in your backyard. You can live in gated communities or with acres of wilderness as your skyline.

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Nowhere else can you ski Mt. Bachelor, golf, fish, kayak, boat, paddleboard, hike and bike without crowds, all in one day. Sunriver is 20 minutes from Bend but with its trails, shopping, restaurants and nightlife it has allure of its own with more privacy, space to explore and relax with all the resort amenities just a bike ride away. Where else can you enjoy over 30 miles of paved biking, hiking, crosscountry skiing or snowshoeing paths — in Sunriver proper’s eleven inter-connected villages or its adjacent 27 neighborhoods surrounded by 5,500 acres of trees and meadows of High Desert country,


the Deschutes National Forest and bordered by over eight miles of the sparkling Deschutes River and fish, boat with over 40 lakes or reservoirs in a 100-mile radius? In a typical day and within ten minutes, you can meander the paved trails overlooking the Deschutes River with stunning views of Mt. Bachelor or Paulina Range with meadows in the foreground, stop to check out the Nature Center, shop at The Village at Sunriver or splash, snack and sun yourself at the SHARC by day and the constellations by night in the Oregon Observatory. Yet with all these amazing amenities just down the road, you are not paying the high prices of Bend. For example, at the time of publication even with the lowest inventory in a decade — a seller’s market, in which there is only three months or less of inventory, you can purchase an existing 1,500-2,000 square foot home at $192 per square foot with an average asking price of $340,000 in Sunriver or in Three Rivers South as opposed to $254 per square foot with an average asking price of $442,000 somewhere else. Or if you wish to build your own Shangri-La, you can purchase land and build your dream home on a quarter-acre lot or up to 13 acres to be away from people. The Sunriver area is not a “retirement community” or a “hotel” to house vacation rental

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elcome to Sunriver. Everyone here hopes you have a great time and want to come back with your family and friends again and again. At some point, you may begin thinking about buying a home here so that you have a base from which to enjoy Sunriver at your convenience. You are not alone. Everyone who owns a home in Sunriver was a visitor first and went through much of the same, “wouldn’t it be great to have a home here?” thought process. Continued on page 124

Sunriver homes offer quality and comfort for the whole family.

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Sunriver Chamber Member Businesses BUSINESS SERVICES

GENERAL CONTRACTING

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Bigfoot Beverages 2440 NE Fourth St., Bend, OR 97701 541-382-4495 www.bigfootbeverages.com

Day Dream Builders 60401 Tall Pine Ave., Bend, OR 97702 541-280-9292 www.daydreambuilders.com

Sunriver Locksmith P. O. Box 3212, Sunriver, OR 97707 542-593-8855

Costco Wholesale 2500 NE Hwy. 20, Bend, OR 97701 541-385-9640 www.costco.com

Hooker Creek Companies, LLC 95 SW Scalehouse Lp., Ste. 100, Bend,OR 97702 541-389-0981 www.hookercreek.net

MOVING SERVICES

Juniper Paper & Supply 1028 SE Paiute Way, Bend OR 97702 541-312-4070 www.juniperpapersupply.com

Neil Kelly Company 190 NE Irving St., Bend, OR 97701 541-382-7580 www.neilkelly.com

Visuality (Business Advertising) Michaele Grabenhorst 541-280-1488 www.visuality.biz

Nordic Construction 345 N W 16th St., Bend, OR 97701 541-383-2459 www.nordicbend.com

Sign Pro 512 SE Glenwood Dr., Bend. OR 97702 541-382-7446 www.signprooregon.com

Norman Building & Design 1016 SW Emkay Dr., Bend, OR 97702 541-389-1670 www.normanbuilding.com

Home Fridays 15 SW Colorado, Ste. 5, Bend, OR 97702 541-317-3088 www.homrfridays.com

Sunriver Office Services 56835 Venture Ln., Ste. 201, Sunriver. OR 97707 541-593-8010 www.sunriverofficeservices.com

Northwest Custom Log Homes 56825 Venture Ln., Ste. 104, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5610 www.northwestcustomeloghomes.com

ROOFING

TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

Northwind Construction 16020 Cascade Ln., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-1456 www.northwindconstruction.net

SPA & HOT TUB SALES & SERVICE

Little d Technology 16410 Third St., La Pine. OR 97739 541-536-1079 www.littledtech.com Mousetrap Strategies 18160 Cottonwood Rd., Ste. 262 Bend, OR 97707 503-781-7499 www.mouse-trap.com Sunriver Computer Services 56870 Venture Ln., Ste., 209, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-647-9093 www.sunrivercomputerservices.com The iPhone Doctor 56870 Venture Ln., Ste. 214, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-241-2337 www.theiphonedoc.net

BUILDING MATERAILS AND SUPPLIES Camp Abbott Trading Co. (Pet Supplies) 56820 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8168 www.campabbotttradingco..com

Sun Forest Construction 209 NE Greenwood, Bend, OR 97701 541-385-8522 www.sforest.com

GLASS REPAIR Superior Mobile Auto Glass 16836 Downey Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-3533

HEATING & COOLING Air Tech Heating & AC 52322 Glenwood Dr., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-2463 www.airtechvac.com Bend Heating & Sheet Metal 61540 American Ln., Bend, OR 97708 541-382-1231 www.bendheating.com

ICE DAM REMOVAL

PAINTING Webfoot Painting Company 20585 Brinson Blvd., Ste. 4, Bend, OR 97701 541-390-0590 www.webfootpainting.com

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Northwest Quality Roofing PO Box 2237, Bend, OR 97709 541-647-1060 www.nwqualityroofing.com

Water Works Spas 56825 Venture Ln., #106, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2148 www.waterworksspas.com

STONE WORKS & COUNTER TOPS Imagine Stone Works 1320 SE Armor, Ste. A-1, Bend, OR 97707 541-312-3885 www.imageStoneWorks.com

ROADS & DRIVEWAYS Vic Russell Construction 17900 Finley Butte Rd., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-3478 www.vicrussellconstruction.com

AUTOMOBILE & ENGINE REPAIR Cooper Racing and Engine Repair 56815 Venture Ln., Ste, #708-710, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-598-9170 www.cooperracingrepair.com

LAND MAINTENANCE

Sunriver Marketplace IGA & Shell Service Station 18160 Cottonwood Dr., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8166 www.sunrivergrocerystores.com

GARAGE DOORS

Deschutes Environmental Services 17235 Spring River Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2424 www.deschutesenviornmentalservices.com

Mike’s Tire & Auto Center 56841 Venture Ln., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-2554

Central Oregon Garage Door 54995 Tamack Rd., Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-5700 www.centraloregongaragedoor.com

Spring River Tree Service PO Box 1987, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8360 www.springrivertreeservice.com

Precision Body & Paint, Inc. 61530 S Hwy. 97, Bend, OR 97702 541-382-3995 www.precisionfirst.com

ELECTRICAL Brabham Electric 53491 Bridge Dr., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-5199

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Ice Dam Guys A Division of Palumbo Services, Inc. 651-964-8557 www.icedamguys.com

Professional Moving Services 19660 Baker, Bend, OR 97702 541-382-4044 www.professionalmovingservices.net


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Building, Remodeling & Maintaining Sunriver has unique environmental conditions that heighten some elements of home maintenance. At 4,200 feet above sea level and located on the fringe of Oregon’s High Desert, the dry air, intense sunlight, warm summers and cold winters are tough on homes. Plan on more painting or staining in Sunriver than ever before. Use high quality paints and stains to make the job last longer. Those wonderful hot summer days spent frolicking in the pool or on the river, followed by blissfully cool nights when everyone sleeps great, mean something entirely else to buildings. Those daily 40 plus degree temperature variations result in expansion and contraction of roofs, siding materials and decks. Use only the highest quality building materials and inspect decks and

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exterior staircases annually for stability. Fire-resistant roofing materials are required and help protect homes from drifting embers. Sunriver receives an average of five feet a snow a year and some winters a lot more, which is great for skiing and snowball fights, but another environmental extreme Sunriver homes endure. Roofs in Sunriver are built to support at least 50 pounds, per square inch of weight. That’s roughly four feet of dry snow, two feet of packed snow or four inches of ice. In heavy snowfall winters, it may be necessary to remove snow from roofs to prevent ice dams which can allow water to seep through ceilings and walls. Winter temperatures in Sunriver regularly drop below freezing and occasionally below zero during cold snaps. During cold months, you want to be certain your home heating system is functioning and keeping pipes from freezing. If you can’t do it yourself, it’s a good idea to have someone inspect your Sunriver home in winter to ensure the heat is on and pipes aren’t leaking.

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Sunriver has significant freezethaw cycles that cause cracks to form in driveway and walkway surfaces. Climate-appropriate construction techniques and seal coating helps prolong the life of these items. Having a home in the woods forces everyone to think about forest fires and hazard trees. The homeowner association has an extensive ladder fuels reduction program that reduces fire danger and improves forest health in the commonly owned forest areas of Sunriver. Homeowners are required to reduce fire danger by thinning trees and removing noxious weeds on their

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individual properties. Many Sunriver homeowners turn to contractors to help with some or all of the above described maintenance projects. The Sunriver Owners Association (SROA) maintains a list of hundreds of registered contractors who know the unique rules in Sunriver that regulate hours and days of outdoor construction activity. The registered contractors also know how to submit plans for review and can Continued on page 128

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Continued from page 126 guide homeowners through the process. The list of registered contracts is available by calling 541-593-6645. Many people who buy homes in Sunriver come into the ownership experience with plans to add a room, deck or hot tub. Some plan on partial or complete teardowns and remodels. Know up front that any exterior work (including decks, staircases, railings, privacy screens, painting or replacement of roofing materials) must be reviewed and approved by Photo courtesy of Sun Forest Construction

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Call us today to customize a schedule right for you! the SROA Community Development Department. This department functions much like a city or county development department with a foal of ensuring homes blend into the environment and are compatible with one another, which is why there are no purple houses or pink flamingoes in Sunriver code violations. Then it’s up to the buyer and seller to decide how to address compliance issues, if any, before the sale is completed. Visit the SROA Community Development Department and share your ideas about what you’d like to do. Staff will, in turn, help homeowners understand the rules that regulate the process, provide samples of permitted paint colors, recommended construction material and gladly answer questions about home maintenance and improvement in this special place called Sunriver.

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Work, Play, Live in Sunriver Continued from page 119 guests or visitors, but is actually a self-sustaining and tight-knit residential, resort and business community for all generations of residents, their families, neighbors and guests. Since its inception in 1967 by developer John Gray, the continual respect and concern for the environment has made Sunriver “Naturally Different” as people in the community and the homes and lifestyles they enjoy cultivate the simple pleasures of life and the basic principles of happiness: enjoying nature and wildlife, fun gatherings and memorable meals, traditions and Americana festivals.

Those who live full time in Sunriver are part of a relatively small community that enjoys the peace and changing seasons and scenery throughout the year. Parents feel safe to let their children bike freely throughout the area and residents from all neighborhoods gather together for the monthly Sunriver Area Community Potlucks that are held at the SHARC. The business community offers Enterprise Zones in the Sunriver Business Park and in Spring River Plaza as well as its most recent Rural Tourism Studio

Sunriver Chamber Member Businesses TOURISM & ADVERTISING Bend Chamber of Commerce 777 NW Wall St., #200, Bend, OR 97701 541-382-3221 www.bendchamber.org Cascade Publications Cascade Business News 404 NE Norton Ave., Bend, OR 97701 541-388-5665 www.cascadebusinessnews.com Central Oregon Visitors Association Village at Sunriver, Bldg. #6, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-389-8799 www.visitcentraloregon.com Economic Development for Central Oregon 705 SW Bonnett Wy., Bend, OR 97702 541-388-3236 www.edcoinfo.com La Pine Chamber of Commerce 51425 Hwy. 97, Ste. A, La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-9771 www.lapine.org Madras - Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce 274 SW 4th St., Madras, OR 97741 541-475-2350 www.madraschamber.com Newberry Eagle 16405 First St., La Pine, OR 97739 541-536-3972 www.NewberryEagle.com Oregon Resource Guide 3854 Lancaster Dr., Eugene, OR 97404 541-335-1912 www.oregonresourceguide.com Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce 785 NW Third St., Prineville, OR 97754 541-447-6304 www.visitprineville.com

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Redmond Chamber of Commerce 446 SW 7th St., Redmond, OR 97756 541-923-5191 www.visitredmondoregon.com Sign Pro 512 SE Glenwood, Bend, OR 97702 541-382-7446 www.signprooregon.com Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce 291 E Main, Sisters, OR 97759 541-549-0251 www.sisterscountry.com Seven Peaks Publishing P O Box 3167, Sunriver, OR 97707 541-991-7164 www.staynplayuse.com Sunriver Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center Two Country Mall, 57195 Beaver Dr., Ste. B Sunriver, OR 97707 541-593-8149 www.sunriverchamber.com The Bulletin 1777 S W Chandler, Bend, OR 97702 541-383-0313 www.bendbulletin.com Visit Bend 750 NW Lava Rd., Bend, OR 97701 541-382-8048 www.visitbend.com Visitor’s Choice 63205 OB Riley Rd., Ste.15, Bend, OR 97701 541-312-8072 www.visitorschoiceuse.com


William M. Wood • Photography (RTS) grant from Travel Oregon. This 15-year RTS project will work to build an initial “driving trail”and eventually other trails for various activities from Sunriver to La Pine to outlying areas of Gilchrist, Crescent, Fort Rock, Christmas Valley and Silver Lake. The Sunriver Nature Center & Oregon Observatory has begun a capital funding program of over $2 million to expand and remodel their facilities. Jennifer Curtis, manager, Sunriver Nature Center reports,“Last year, the Sunriver Nature Center and Observatory welcomed over 45,000 guests to its campus near Lake Aspen, nearly five times the visitors for which it was designed. It is past time for a facilities renaissance, which is why the Campaign for the Sunriver Nature Center and Observatory, a $2.5 Million effort, deserves the attention and support of all who cherish Sunriver’s immersion into the woods, wetlands and skies of Central Oregon.” Within the greater Sunriver area since 2010, more than $50 million has been invested back into the community by the area’s major players — Sunriver Owners Association including its recreation center called (SHARC), the renovations at the Sunriver Resort and the major improvements at The Village at Sunriver. Article written by Ginny KansasMeszaros of Ginny Kansas Real Estate, board member of Sunriver Chamber of Commerce. 541-977-2710 ginny.m.kansas@gmail.com www.ginnyk.com

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Index 4 Seasons Home Services.........................................125 4 Seasons ....................................................................33 Alpine Entertainment .................................................53 Amerititle .................................................................117 Art in the High Desert ................................................99 Artists’ Gallery Sunriver ............................................93 ASEA/Lisa Scott ......................................................118 Aspen Lake.................................................................41 BaseCamp Grill ..........................................................70 Bend Factory Stores ...................................................82 Bend Fashion Quarterly .............................................87 Bennington Properties ..............................................109 Bill Ortman’s Home Improvement Services ............117 Billye Turner Art Consultant ....................................101 Blair Jones/The Sunriver Life ..................................115 Café Sintra..................................................................71 Camp Abbot Trading Co. .......................................5, 85 Cascade A&E Magazine ..............................70, 95, 101 Cascade Asphalt .......................................................123 Cascade Business News .............................................75 Cascade Painting & Design......................................125 Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty .......................3 Cascades Theatrical Company ...................................95 Central Oregon Adventures ........................................31 Community Bible Church ........................................ 111 Deschutes Environmental Services, Inc. ..................119 Desperado...................................................................87 Elk Lake Resort ..........................................................29 Exit Realty Bend ......................................................117 First American Title..................................................118 First Ascent Climbing Services ..................................31 Garrison’s Guide Service ...........................................35 Gene Whisnant .........................................................107 Gibson Realty ...........................................................115 Ginny Kansas Real Estate ........................................121 High Desert Museum .................................................97 Holy Trinity Catholic Church................................... 111 Home Fridays.......... .................................................118 John Paul Designs ......................................................89 La Pine Community Health Center ............................14 Live Laugh Love Art ................................................105 Marcello’s Cucina Italiana .........................................67 Massage Sunriver .......................................................73 Midstate Electric ......................................................119 Mountain Resort Properties..........................................4 Mt. Bachelor.................................. Outside Back Cover Museum at Warm Springs ........................................101 Neil Kelly .................................................................127 Norman Building & Design .........................................6 Northwest Quality Roofing ......................................123 Obsidian Inspections LLC........................................125

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Oregon Observatory/Sunriver Nature Center.............95 Pacific Crest Sports Weekend ....................................10 Paulina Lake Lodge....................................................27 Paulina Plunge............................................................16 Precise Painting ........................................................129 Precision Body & Paint ..............................................89 Quail Run ...................................................................39 Richardson’s Rock Ranch ........................................107 Saxon’s Fine Jewelers ..........................................61, 83 Second Tern Thrift Store ............................................87 Skin Logic ..................................................................73 Spring River Tree Service ........................................117 St. Charles Immediate Care.............. Inside Back Cover Sun Country Tours .....................................................29 Sun Forest Construction ...........................................121 Sunriver Art Fair ......................................................103 Sunriver Books & Music............................................75 Sunriver Brewing Company.......................................64 Sunriver Christian Fellowship.................................. 111 Sunriver Country Store & Marketplace .......................2 Sunriver Fly Shop ......................................................22 Sunriver Home Owner’s Association ...........................1 Sunriver Locksmith ....................................................73 Sunriver Music Festival .............................................91 Sunriver Nature Center/Oregon Observatory.............95 Sunriver Pines Vacation Rentals ................................55 Sunriver Realty.........................................................113 Sunriver Resort.................................Inside Front Cover Sunriver ToyHouse Toys/SunriverVR........................31 Sunriver Veterinary Clinic..........................................87 The Door ..................................................................107 The Hook Fly Shop ....................................................21 The iPhone Doctor ................................................... 111 The Lazy Daisy ..........................................................77 The Phoenix Restaurant .............................................69 The Village at Sunriver ..............................................75 The Wallow Bar & Grill .............................................69 The Wooden Jewel .....................................................89 Thousand Trails ..........................................................16 Tumbleweed Toys ......................................................82 Twin Pines Landscape Contracting ..........................129 Vacasa.........................................................................59 Venture Shell Station ................................................131 Vic Russell Construction ..........................................123 Village Bar & Grill .....................................................67 Village Bike & Ski .....................................................33 Village Properties ...............................................55, 107 Village Threads ..........................................................77 Webfoot Painting ......................................................121 William Wood Photography .....................................131 Windermere Real Estate ...........................................115


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