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Crooked River Ranch · La Pine · Madras · Maupin · Mt. Bachelor · Prineville · Redmond · Sisters · Warm Springs

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Official Visitors Guide 2016

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America’s Outdoor Playground Just Got Better p. 6 CULTURE

Hop from Breweries to Galleries p. 104 GOLF

Feel a Rush at America’s Top Courses p. 45 RESORTS

Romantic Adventures and Family Getaways p. 64

Best Hikes A Local's Guide with Adventures for Everyone p. 40

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The 2016 Official Central Oregon Visitors Guide is published by the Central Oregon Visitors Association (COVA). While every effort has been made to provide up-to-date information, the publisher assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of its contents. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without express written permission of the publisher. For further information, contact COVA at 57100 Beaver Drive, Bldg 6, Suite 130, - P.O. Box 4489, Sunriver OR 97707, 800-8008334. Or visit us online at Visitors Guide produced by 1859 Media, LLC, publishers of 1859—Oregon's Magazine, Printed in the U.S.A. ©2015

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Welcome to Central Oregon. Here you'll find some of the finest places for paddling, hiking, golfing and dining al fresco in the summer. In winter, the High Desert turns into a snowy playground with skiing, snowboarding, sledding and ice skating. It doesn't hurt that, whatever the season, this area is home to some of the country's top craft breweries, unique boutiques for tax-free shopping, world-class restaurants and accommodations to please every lifestyle and budget.



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New COVA Visitors Information Center The new Central Oregon Visitor Information Center in The Village at Sunriver is the place to go to make the most of your trip. Head here to get guidance from local experts on where to eat, drink, stay,

play and shop while you’re here. The info center is open daily, with everything to help make your vacation perfect. Call Us: 800-800-8334

What’s New



Exploring the new Whitewater Park in Bend. LEFT: Deschutes Brewery.

A New Year for Fun

The outdoor playground of America has more new ways to play. Heads up adventurers, foodies, resortgoers and beer connoisseurs: Central Oregon has even more to lure you in 2016. To wit: a new whitewater and kayak park, new restaurants with worldclass chefs, more trending food carts, a new skating rink in the heart of Bend, unbeatable scenery and, of course, more new things brewing here in beervana. 6

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Bend Whitewater Park and Skating Rink Fun in and around the Deschutes River and Old Mill District just got even better. We invested $9.7 million in creating a way for floaters, kayakers—and fish—to enjoy a longer stretch of the river with options for mellow or amped-up play. A prime section of the river now has three channels—one for people to standup paddleboard or float all manner of inflatables and pass under a small bridge, another for whitewater kayakers, and a third exclusively for wildlife. Want your whitewater gnarly, easy or something in-between? Take your pick. Four waves offer the full range. Head to Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe just upstream for rentals and instruction. In winter, The Pavilion, the new ice skating rink close to the river in the heart of Bend is the place to glide, twirl and curl together. Fun on this ice is sure to warm hearts.

Family paddling on the Deschutes River. Black Butte Ranch




Sunriver Resort has taken its diverse dining scene to a new level, launching two new restaurants. Carson’s American Kitchen embraces the flavors and the fresh bounty of the Pacific Northwest, with an extensive seasonal menu created by Executive Chef Travis Taylor and served alongside one of the West’s most stunning views. Twisted River Tavern offers a twist on classic bar favorites, serving new-fashioned concoctions crafted with locally distilled spirits. Add shareable bites, beer, wine, hip décor, live music and let the night begin.

Black Butte’s New Lakeside Wonders The already revered Black Butte Ranch underwent an impressive upgrade with $11.5 million worth of pleasing new amenities at its lodge. The resort now has a fabulous and sleek new lakeside pool and sauna, a bistro offering indoor, outdoor and poolside service, an activity center with endless options for keeping kids entertained and a fitness center to keep you healthy and in shape. All of this with jaw-dropping views of the Cascade Mountains, too.

Craft Breweries Bend has been lauded as the craft brew capital of Oregon, with the most breweries per capita in the state. With two new breweries joining the region’s “beervana” scene, such as Craft Kitchen & Brewery, the count has reached 24 in Bend and more in Sunriver, Prineville and Redmond. Experience the best of the beer scene with the Bend Tour Company or Cycle Pub, touring breweries and sipping your way through town. If you’re a lover of beer and the craft of brewing, Central Oregon will not disappoint.



Adrenaline junkies, rejoice! Central Oregon’s adventures just got kicked up a notch.

Central Oregon Bungee Adventure

Fly Board of Bend

Mt. Bachelor Downhill park

Looking for an adrenaline rush beyond the skiing, cycling, Downhill biking — If you’re a beginner, attend Gravity hiking or rock climbing Central Oregon is known for? Try School at Mt. Bachelor to improve your mountain biking skills. throwing yourself off the Crooked River Bridge or soaring Otherwise, strap in and head up the chairlift for an adrenaline into the sky at Lake Billy Chinook. Navigate Mt. Bachelor’s pumping downhill course with more than 13 miles of trails. downhill on two wheels. Take to the wild blue yonder with Aerial Aerobatics — Tap into the thrill of aerobatic flight an aerobatic adventure flight. Form an alliance on the with or without taking the controls. Let an expert pilot fly each paintball field or tour Crater Lake National Park from the maneuver or give you the controls to try it yourself. Fly as gently or as extreme as you like and take it all home with you on video treetops. from Advanced Flight Dynamics. Bungee Jump — Central Oregon Bungee Adventures Paintball — Gather family or friends for an intensely fun paintgives you the chance to fall 250 feet from High Bridge ball battle at Paintball Paradise in the Deschutes National Forest. into the gorgeous Crooked River Canyon.

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Zipline — Fly through the air on Oregon’s longest zip line with Crater Lake Zip Lines. With its stunning location, this adrenaline Board of Bend, launching yourself into the air with a water jetpack. Sounds futuristic, right? When it comes to infused adventure also offers incredible scenery.


fun, the future is now.

Fly Board — Try a new kind of watersport with Fly


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For more adventure inspiration, see page 35.



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DON'T MISS More Online Visit our website for an up-to-the-minute list of concerts, festivals, races, benefits and more. This year, keep an eye out for the 2016 Deschutes County Centennial Celebration.

Les Schwab Amphitheater, Bend


april USA BMX NW Nationals

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january USA Snowboard Association Enter the Dragon Central Oregon Series Mt. Bachelor, bend

Deschutes County Fair & Expo redmond

Gerry Lopez Big Wave Challenge


Crooked River Roundup

Newberry Music Festival


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Oxford Hotel, bend


Shrek the Musical

Riverfest on the Deschutes maupin

Month of Chocolate

Sisters Stampede Bike Race

Sunriver Resort, sunriver

Peterson Ridge, sisters

Hoodoo Winter Carnival

Central Oregon Saturday Market

Cove Palisades State Park, culver

march La Pine Crab Feed Downtown la pine

Wine in the Pines Downtown sisters

Balloons Over Bend

warm springs

Pole Pedal Paddle

Eagle Watch 2016


Mt. Bachelor, bend

crooked river ranch

Old Mill District, bend

Oregon Senior Games

The Oregon High Desert Classics Horse Show

Pi-Ume-Shaw Treaty Days Pow Wow

Jazz at the Oxford

Oregon WinterFest

la pine

Mt. Bachelor Springtacular

Hoodoo Ski Area, sisters

Hoodoo Ski Area, sisters

Rhubarb Festival

bend, prineville, madras, sisters


Backcountry Fest


Vince Genna Stadium, bend

Cascade Cycling Classic

Mt. Bachelor, bend

Crooked River Ranch Steel Stampede

Tower Theatre, bend

Bend Elks Baseball Season

Downtown bend

Central Oregon Beer Week bend, redmond

june Summer Concert Series Les Schwab Amphitheater, bend

Bend Farmers’ Market Downtown bend

Sisters Rodeo sisters

Pacific Crest Weekend Sports Festival sunriver

Bite of Bend Downtown bend

Rockhound Pow Wow prineville

USAT Duathlon National Championship bend

july Old Fashioned July 4th Festival Downtown bend

La Pine Frontier Days & Rodeo la pine

Pari-Mutuel Horse Races prineville

Bend Summer Festival Downtown bend

Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show Downtown sisters


Jefferson County Fair


september Sisters Western & Native American Arts Festival sisters

Sunriver SunFest Sunriver Village Mall, sunriver

Sisters Folk Festival Downtown sisters

Bend Oktoberfest Downtown bend

Pacific Amateur Golf Classic Sunriver Resort, sunriver


Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo

Pumpkin Patch & Maze


Smith Rock Ranch, terrebonne

Sunriver Art Faire

Bend Fall Festival

Sunriver Resort, sunriver

Downtown bend

Flashback Car Cruz

BendFilm Festival

Drake Park, bend


Sunriver Music Festival

Sisters Harvest Faire

Sunriver Resort, sunriver

Downtown sisters

Art in the High Desert

Halloween Cyclocross Crusade

Old Mill District, bend

Sunriver Marathon for a Cause sunriver

Deschutes Brewery, bend


Ghost Tree Invitational

Lord’s Acre Run & Festival

Pronghorn, bend

powell butte

The Airshow of the Cascades

Traditions at Sunriver Resort

Madras Airport, madras


Bend Brewfest Les Schwab Amphitheater, bend

december Bend Christmas Parade Downtown bend

Christmas Lights Kayak Old Mill District, bend


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14 Deschutes River 16 Sunriver 18 Bend 20 Sisters 22 Redmond 24 La Pine 26 River Canyon Country

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Sparks Lake Name of Location Newberry National Volcanic Monument


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Deschutes River Runs through It We have so much that’s new, including our new Regional Visitor Information Center in The Village at Sunriver, a handful of new adrenaline-pumping activities such as jumping off the Crooked River Bridge attached to a bungee cord and a full-sized ice rink in the heart of Bend (pages 6 to 8). We’ll take you on a little tour of Bend, Sunriver, Redmond, Sisters, La Pine, Madras and beyond on pages 16 through 28 with our Regional Musts. We’ve got the Top 10 Hikes (page 40) and Top 10 Winter Excursions (page 18) you’ll want to cut out and put on your fridge for inspiration. There’s a Calendar of Events for the region on page 10, including dates for the Pacific Crest Sports Weekend in


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If the cover image wasn’t enough to pique your interest in Central Oregon, the coming pages certainly will.

Sunriver every June, Bend Elks Baseball, the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show and the hugely popular Airshow of the Cascades in Madras. Summer is a hit in Central Oregon as visitors take to our high mountain lakes and the wild and scenic Deschutes River to float, paddle, swim and fish. Big name artists play all season long at the Les Schwab Amphitheater and we have a year full of the Deschutes County Centennial Celebrations planned too. We’ve got a comprehensive guide to the perfect summer visit starting on page 33, including an ideal 48-hour itinerary. Central Oregon is quickly becoming one of the country’s top spots for cycling with a

handful of Scenic Bikeways and more than 300 miles of mountain bike singletrack. Check out some details of the routes and read about our favorite trails on page 38 and 41. How big is golf here? HUGE! Did you know we have 30 golf courses within 45 minutes of each other and three of Golf Digest’s Top 100? It’s all in our Golf Guide starting on page 45, which includes one man’s quest for the perfect golf vacation (and how Central Oregon over-delivered BIG TIME), and how we’re adding the latest technology and adventure to the golf course. We switch gears to winter starting on page 53, where we detail some of the amazing activities available once the snow

« Left to right: The Deschutes River is at the center of all the fun. Sunriver’s paved bike paths near

the river offer a smooth ride for everyone. This is one of America’s top fly-fishing destinations. Family fun such as canoeing abounds here.

flies, including endless miles of Nordic skiing and the opportunity to take a sleddog ride with a woman who has completed the Iditarod multiple times. Everything you need to know about Mt. Bachelor and Hoodoo can be found on pages 56 and 57, and we have some perfect winter itineraries for you on page 58. Take a look at our diverse lodging options starting on page 63, including detailed testimonials from folks who have experienced everything from upscale vacation cabins to a river-view lodge at a destination resort to a modern room with a view at a downtown boutique hotel. Maybe you’re looking for a unique location for a wedding, conference or retreat? You’ll find some breathtaking images and info on our ample Events and Meeting spaces, starting on page 78. The region has become a special place among foodies who recognize the region’s delicious focus on sustainable, farm-to-table menus inspired by local meats, cheeses and produce. Dive fork-first into Central Oregon’s diverse culinary scene on page 85.

Get a virtual taste of wineries, distilleries and the ever-growing craft beer scene on page 90. We’ll take you shopping (tax-free) starting on page 95, expand your cultural horizons beginning on page 103, and show you where to truly relax (spa style), page 109. Find out why Central Oregon has increasingly been in the national spotlight. Travel + Leisure named Sunriver Resort one of the top 50 Family Resorts in the U.S., Conde Nast Traveler put it on its “Best in the World” list, USA Today named Bend one of “America’s Top 10 Ski Resorts for Nightlife” and The New York Times named Bend one of the top 52 places to visit in the world, crediting its “embarrassment of riches” for outdoor recreation. Yes, there’s a lot to cover, so let’s get started. Turn the page and dive into Central Oregon. Adventure Calls.


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10 SUMMER 1 Biking

Cyclists have long known our region as the premier outdoors playground of the West. It’s true at any speed, on any trail or road and at any elevation.


Twisted River Tavern

Hiking The volcanic peaks of the

Cascade Range are true beauties, offering awe-inspiring views that are not to be missed. And you don’t have to be a climber to get there.


Dining Award-winning chefs, brew masters and distillers use our pristine water and locally grown ingredients to create unforgettable culinary experiences.


Golf Play three of the top 100 golf courses in the country, or play

a different course every day...for a month! Designed by some of the game’s greatest The Cove at Sunriver


Paradise found

Sunriver is the Pacific Northwest’s premier destination resort and residential community as well as Central Oregon’s year-round basecamp for adventure and family fun. Beautifully appointed vacation homes, luxury condos and river-view lodge suites are perfect for family vacations, reunions or romantic retreats at this AAA Four Diamond destination. In the spring and summer, Sunriver Resort’s world-class golf shines. The 63 holes include the famed Crosswater Club, a Golf Digest Top 100 course, the nationally acclaimed Meadows and Woodlands courses and the family-friendly Caldera Links short course. Off the course, enjoy more than 40 miles of paved bike paths, mountain bike singletrack, waterpark fun at the SHARC and The Cove and the tranquil waters of the Deschutes River where you can float, kayak or paddle. When the weather cools and the snow starts to fly, Sunriver glows as it plays host to vacationers hitting the slopes of Mt. Bachelor just a few scenic miles away. Golf courses become perfect Nordic skiing routes, the ice rink fills up with families and horsedrawn sleighs glide around the resort during the 17th annual Traditions Celebration, Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day. The Village at Sunriver is the community hub where you can shop tax-free and dine at 50 stores and restaurants. Or, experience Pacific Northwest fine casual dining at Carson’s American Kitchen and Twisted River Tavern at Sunriver Resort. Throw in an afternoon at Sage Springs Spa, a horseback ride or a beer-tasting flight at Sunriver Brewing and paradise is, as they say, found.

must see: All the stars in the galaxy (well, as many as you can spot anyway) at the Oregon Observatory in Sunriver. must do: Take a family sunset raft trip on the Deschutes River from the Sunriver Marina.


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Floating Kick back on an inflatable

tube, or go standup paddleboarding on the Deschutes River, or head for the rapids with a guided rafting trip for a wild adventure.


Tennis Scores of courts are at your doorstep for a good workout and friendly competition.


Horseback Riding Heed the call


Exploring Underground caves and


Splashing Seek relief from the High

of your inner cowboy. Central Oregon offers limitless landscapes for a Western adventure.

deep canyons reveal hidden worlds waiting to be explored.

Desert summer sun by cooling off in the Deschutes River, one of the Cascade lakes or in a plunge down a natural water slide.

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Culture spills out of the theaters, music halls and galleries all summer. Discover artists of all genres at festivals, art walks and concerts. Gape at our true-blue High Desert sky.

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In Sunriver and Bend’s backyard lies Mt. Bachelor, the Northwest’s premier ski area, known for its dry and abundant powder. Imagine the fun at the highest skiable elevation in all of Oregon and Washington with stunning views for hundreds of miles–and where kids ski free!

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Cross-country ski at the Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center or several sno-parks nearby in the Deschutes National Forest, with miles of trails for all levels.


Indulge in decadent chocolate, elegant dining, spa treatments, romantic tours through dark caves or a friendly game on the links for a Valentine’s Weekend Getaway.


Snowshoe for free with a U.S. Forest Service naturalist at Mt. Bachelor and learn about winter ecology, the geology of the Deschutes National Forest and the area’s wildlife and plants.

Tumalo Falls


Mountain Lifestyle

Green Lakes Trail

When it was known as “Farewell Bend,” it was a village composed of a few makeshift buildings on the banks of the Deschutes River; the last hospitable spot pioneers saw on their epic wagon train journeys west over the Cascade Range. Today, Bend not only remains a hospitable place, it has become the setting of national-scale sporting and recreational events. When it comes to events, take your pick. From triathlons and multisport races, to ski races, running races, mountain bike races, fly-fishing competitions and more, Bend is an athlete’s reward. For the less hardcore athletes, there’s a lazy float down the Deschutes River through Bend’s Old Mill District. Hikers will love the Deschutes River Trail and taking their pooches for some play time at one of several dog parks. If you get ensnared by Bend’s recreational options, you’ll miss a vibrant cultural scene that’s alive with art galleries, art walks, a full schedule of outdoor concerts with top musical acts and a lively theater scene. Bend’s craft beer culture is exploding with 16 brewpubs. On any evening out, take in one of the town’s brewpubs and drink in Oregon’s burgeoning “beervana.” If you are feeling a little more formal, try one of the dozens of white-linen restaurants, or keep it casual with great eats from a food cart. The rest is easy when you’re staying at a destination resort, a chic urban hotel or a vacation rental in town.

must see: Tumalo Falls as it tumbles 90 feet to Tumalo Creek. Ten miles west of Bend, the falls are a top destination for hikers, bikers, snowshoers, cross-country skiers and photographers year-round. must do: Hike the Deschutes River Trail and rendezvous at one of Bend’s top-notch craft breweries on the Bend Ale Trail.


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Snowmobile at Edison Butte Sno-Park, with 150 miles of groomed trails and three warming shelters. Swirl and spin at The Village at Sunriver ice rink, Seventh Mountain Resort, Downtown Redmond or the Pavilion in Bend. Afterward, enjoy a piping hot mug of cocoa.


Ride in a one-horse open sleigh. Yes, over the river and through the woods, by mountains and meadows glistening in snow. Snuggle under warm blankets and let the Victorian sleigh bells ring.


Heed the call of the wild with the Oregon Trail of Dreams dogsledding team and experience the exhilaration of what they do in races such as the famous Iditarod.


Tour gingerbread mansions, visit Santa’s workshop and be amazed by the Grand Illuminations holiday light festival during Traditions at Sunriver Resort, November 27 through New Year’s.


Sit back and zoom downhill at Mt. Bachelor’s Snowblast Tubing Park. This non-skier’s dream is where the rubber meets the snow for an 800-foot-long, rollicking ride.


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Western Adventure

Take a small town with a slow pace of life and overlay an ever-expanding creative culture and a long-standing outdoor recreation tradition, and you have Sisters. In the shadow of the snowcapped Three Sisters Mountains, the town is a blend of art galleries, music (Sisters Folk Festival) and crafts (Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show). The outdoor recreational opportunities are enhanced with the Peterson Ridge Trail System that starts just blocks from the heart of downtown. There's hiking and backpacking in the Three Sisters Wilderness, fishing in Whychus Creek and golf at Aspen Lakes and Black Butte Ranch. Plus, two of Oregon's Scenic Bikeways originate from this quaint little town. Dining options include superb bakeries, a local brewpub and restaurants that appeal to everyone from gourmet foodies to the steak-and-potatoes lovers.

Sisters Folk Festival

Just north of Sisters lies Camp Sherman, a tranquil paradise on the banks of the crystal-clear waters of the Metolius River bound by old-growth ponderosa pines. Today, Camp Sherman is a yearround mecca sought by fly-fishermen, hikers and mountain bikers, who have miles of stream to fish and trail to ride and hike. A prime spot to see is where the virginal Metolius River springs from its headwaters and also showcases one of the best views of Mt. Jefferson. The beloved Metolius will lull you to sleep when you stay along the banks in a cozy cabin or an elegant country retreat. The nearby Black Butte Ranch Resort bustles with activity, including two nationally ranked golf courses, Glaze Meadow and Big Meadow, and all types of family fun from horseback riding to swimming, hiking and mountain biking. Not far from Black Butte Ranch is Suttle Lake, offering an idyllic summer experience. The lake is a playground for sailors and anglers, and is circled by miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse offers luxury and rustic cabins along with exceptional dining. A bit farther up the highway is the Hoodoo Ski Area, which has a loyal following among skiers and snowboarders alike. In summer, the area near the ski resort is dotted with campgrounds and close to some of Oregon's most treasured hiking— the Pacific Crest Trail.

must see: Hundreds of colorful quilts hung everywhere in town during the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show. The annual event, held in July, is now in its 41st year.


must do: “The Biggest Little Show in the World,” the Sisters


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Rodeo, held every June for 75 years. After a morning hike at Peterson Ridge, hit the Cottonwood Cafe, an intimate cottage with farm-to-table-inspired breakfast and lunch.


Find your pioneering spirit in Sisters Country




Make your escape to the gateway to Central Oregon, where the air is clear, the stars are bright, and the sun is warm. Discover the excitement of white-water rafting or rock climbing; embark on an adventurous hike or mountain bike ride through our backyard the Deschutes National Forest; embrace the visual treasures at galleries or enjoy a special event. Similar to settlers years ago, come discover for yourself all the adventure that Sisters Country has to offer ~ Find your pioneering spirit by visiting one of these Sisters Country properties or












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Downtown Redmond


The Hub

Centrally located in the High Desert, Redmond is a community rejuvenated with upscale restaurants, a growing brewpub scene, ample lodging, vibrant parks and a bustling downtown district. Through its music events, parades, farmers’ markets, fairs and festivals, Redmond offers visitors a true slice of Americana. Nestled in Redmond's backyard, Smith Rock State Park is a top destination to the north, attracting the world's top rock climbers (as well as hikers and mountain bikers) to its sheer, umber-colored cliffs. Redmond is also the region's commercial air hub (RDM), served by Alaska Airlines, Delta, United Airlines and American Airlines. Juniper Golf Club is one of the premier courses in Oregon, with panoramic views of Mt. Bachelor, Broken Top, the Three Sisters, Mt. Washington, Three Fingered Jack, Mt. Jefferson and Mt. Hood. A true championship course designed by esteemed golf course architect John Harbottle, Juniper has repeatedly been a U.S. Amateur qualifier site, yet the variety of tees makes it playable for golfers of all skill levels. Strategically located at the hub of the tri-county area, the Deschutes Fair & Expo Center plays host to a wide range of events, including concerts, sporting events, automotive shows, trade shows, weddings, reunions and more. The venue offers spectacular panoramic views of the Cascades, meticulously manicured grounds and more than 100 acres of parking.

must see: The Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo in August and Smith Rock State Park anytime.

must do: Stroll Redmond’s antique district, enjoy Music on the Green in summer, outdoor ice skating in winter, and in fall, head to Smith Rock Ranch or DD Ranch’s vast and scenic pumpkin patch for pony rides, a petting zoo, hay rides out to feed the cows, live music and more. Smith Rock


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Fine Dining • Adventure • Entertainment • Art • Heritage • Family Fun

EXPERIENCE REDMOND Redmond hosts hundreds of shows, events and conferences throughout the year. World-class facilities like the Deschutes Fair & Expo Center offer an atmosphere few cities can match. 320-acres and centralized geographically in the state, the Expo Center offers Oregon’s largest event facility east of the Cascades, with sunny views of 7 mountain peaks. Getting here is easy. Redmond Municipal Airport Robert’s Field is the region’s only commercial airport, serving six cities creating adventures near and far.

Come discover how close Redmond is to all the wonders of Central Oregon, and if you’re looking to relocate your business, Redmond is one of the most business friendly cities in the state. Experience Redmond Yourself !

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Newberry Country

The Newberry Crater in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument is a mustsee for any budding geologist, especially this year, with events around its 25th anniversary as a national monument. The obsidian flows, vents, pumice cones, and hidden pockets of magma continue to fascinate geologists and adventurers. Here you can cross fields of obsidian and climb to the caldera rim. In winter, glide across the snow-covered terrain on cross-country skis or snowmobiles. When this shield volcano’s massive dome collapsed sometime between 2,000 and 500,000 years ago, what remained was the spectacular caldera we see today. From its top, you can witness the volcanic makeup of Central Oregon— beautiful lakes (Paulina and East lakes) and large lava fields such as the Big Obsidian Flow. This ocean of lava was used by NASA astronauts in the 1960s as training for what the surface of the moon would be like. East Lake and Paulina Lake have small natural hot springs on their banks for public use. The area will be a hotbed of family fun this year with re-dedication festivities planned in winter and summer for the 25th anniversary of its monument designation.

must see: The view from Paulina Peak (7,985 feet), showcasing thousands of acres of lakes, lava flows and spectacular geologic features.

must do: Experience La Pine's unique heritage and July 4th festivities at La Pine Frontier Days and Rodeo. Or, make time in June for Oregon’s only Rhubarb Festival, offering true Americana and fun, with music, hay rides and everything rhubarb, from rhubarb beer and wine to salsa, jam and more.


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This bucolic hamlet just north of Bend is home to one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon, Smith Rock State Park. Many of the world's top climbers come to scale the towering spires, which also offer easy hikes to do with kids. You'll spot climbers as well as golden eagles, prairie falcons and river otters. Terrebonne is also a popular spot for some of the best fly-fishing on the Crooked River. The Terrebonne Depot restaurant, housed in a renovated 100-year-old train station, is another good reason to make your way there.

must see: The beautiful rock formations at Smith Rock State Park, with climbers far up the sheer rock walls. Look for slackline walkers at Monkey Face teetering hundreds of feet in the air. must do: Go tasting at Maragas Winery and Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards, and enjoy local fare at Terrebonne Depot. Visit DD Ranch to buy local honey and for kids to ride ponies, pet farm animals and learn about the sustainable practices employed here since before it was known as such.

Crooked River Ranch Located above the steep basalt canyon walls of the Deschutes River, Crooked River Ranch is best known for its golf, hiking, and fishing. Golfers can take a short—and exhilarating—shot over the river canyon on one of the course's signature holes. Everyone should hike out to the Crooked River overlooks and peer hundreds of feet down into the tumbling waters of Steelhead Falls. Anglers will want to fly-fish the Foley Waters section of the Deschutes River for native rainbow trout.

must see: The view of the Crooked River from the Otter Bench Trail. must do: Play a round or two on the scenic and fun Crooked River Ranch Golf Course, a par 71 “with teeth.”


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Prineville The most historical town in Central Oregon, Prineville serves as the starting point for fishing trips along the Crooked River or the Prineville and Ochoco reservoirs. Camping, hiking and mountain biking are some of the area's best in the Ochoco National Forest and Maury Mountains. Prineville’s 66-acre Ochoco Wayside State Park has several miles of singletrack mountain biking trails for beginning and intermediate riders. For intermediate to expert riders seeking a true wilderness experience, Lookout Mountain offers 20 miles of some of the best singletrack in Central Oregon. Take in local history with a visit to the stately Crook County Courthouse, Central Oregon's oldest public structure. Add in the Crooked River Roundup and Horse Races, and you get a sense of what makes Prineville authentic and Western. Fueled by economic growth from Facebook and Apple data centers, Prineville is experiencing a renaissance with more places to dine, a brewery, an artisan cheese factory and choice lodging.

Must see: The winding Crooked River as it flows from Prineville Reservoir into town. Must do: Unearth some precious gemstones in the unofficial Rock Hound Capital of the United States. Grab a rockhounding map at the Prineville Chamber now located in the historical City of Prineville Railway Building at 10th and Main streets.

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Warm Springs The heart and soul of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Warm Springs offers the new Indian Head Casino. For a cultural diversion, you'll find one of the finest Native American art museums in the West. A short drive north is Kah-Nee-Ta Resort and Spa, noted for its warm water swimming pools, spa and blue ribbon flyfishing. At the end of the day, the amenityrich resort and spa has many paths to relaxation.

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This is a prime hub for fishing, boating and hiking, just 45 minutes north of Bend, or accessible from the north via highways 26 and 97. Outdoor enthusiasts can wade and fish the waters of the Deschutes, Metolius and Crooked rivers, or fish from boats on Lake Billy Chinook. Camp on the lake at The Cove Palisades State Park. Nearby, there's excellent scenic hiking on The Peninsula in the Crooked River National Grassland and The Island on federally managed and conserved land. For something completely different, take a drive north and east of Madras to the old mining town of Ashwood, a place where time has stood still. Don't miss the Madras Mountain Views Scenic Bikeway, a 23 mile route designated by the state as a premier ride for cyclists.

must see: The August Airshow of the Cascades with biplanes, military and vintage models taking to the air and the new, 65,000-square-foot Erickson Aircraft Collection, home to more than two dozen World War II-era planes and other historic aviation pieces.

must do: Spend a weekend on a houseboat at Lake Billy Chinook and RV Camp in The Cove Palisades State Park, or camp, ski and swim at Lake Simtustus at Pelton Dam.


Redsides and rafting are the mainstays of Maupin. Redsides are the brilliantly colored, collections of Native American art and hard-fighting native Deschutes River trout that anglers obsess over. Add to that, artifacts at The Museum at Warm Springs. whitewater thrills, and this river town is a hive of recreational activity. In recent years, must do: Take the plunge in the warm uptown Maupin has seen the addition of more lodging and dining amenities to make it water pools at Kah-Nee-Ta Resort and Spa, more of a recreation destination. naturally heated by hot springs. must see: Native Americans fishing from platforms below Sherars Falls.

must do: Hit class III Boxcar Rapids, rafting the Lower Deschutes River with Imperial River Co.


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Summer in the High Desert will set your spirit free. The fun unfolds effortlessly. Float pristine lakes and rivers, breathe in fragrant forest air and rediscover adventure.

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Splash, swim, fish, paddle, float, hike, meander, cycle and tee off in Central Oregon. With some of the world's best alpine lakes, trails, wildflower-filled meadows, trout-filled rivers and amazing golf, it's pure summer heaven. rivers and lakes The wild and scenic Deschutes River is at the core of Central Oregon's identity–and fun on the river is a must. Taking a refreshing and relaxing inner-tube float from Bend's Farewell Bend Park is our idea of a traffic jam and considered required river therapy. The best part of the float—apart from its highly social nature—is the convenience of a shuttle bus ride from the end point at Drake Park back to Farewell Bend Park so you can do it all over again. More fun awaits at Elk Lake Resort, your mountain getaway at the Cascade Lakes, where acres of open water reflect views of snowcapped peaks—a nirvana of kayaking, canoeing and standup paddleboarding (the new unofficial sport of Central Oregon). Paulina and East lakes in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument offer those options plus natural hot spring pools tucked away along the banks of the lakes. For houseboating, waterskiing and swimming, Lake Billy Chinook near Madras is a stunning setting.


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Amateur Golf Classic, the largest amateur event in the West, is played at seven of 30 courses over the first three days, with the champions emerging on the fourth day at the award-winning Crosswater Club.

Oregon is perfect material for Sept. 17-22, 2016 the kids' “What I did during Get Details and ENTER NOW summer vacation” essay. PACAMGOLF.COM Summit the 10,500-foot South Get more information at Sister. Meander the Deschutes River Trail. Explore the waterfalls Keyword: PACAM along the Green Lakes Trail. South of Bend, circumnavigate Paulina Lake on foot in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Near Redmond, marvel at the red-hued spires at one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon, Smith Rock State Park, and cheer on the climbers descending from bolts above. Several “urban” hikes with spectacular scenery, such as the trails at Tumalo Falls in Bend prove you don't have to go far from town to truly get away from it all.


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Owner of Good Bike Co., Prineville James Good, owner of Good Bike Co. in Prineville, has been in the bike industry for more than two decades, working for small shops and REI. He moved to Central Oregon in 2014 with his family and founded his own cycling shop that is also a community hub with local brews on tap. Living in Prineville has allowed him the perfect lifestyle for pursuing his cycling passion. When friends visit during the winter, we tend to gravitate toward the Ochoco National Forest where we have access to fat-tire biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. SHARC at Sunriver

Alternatively, we head to Mt. Bachelor or Hoodoo to ski.

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My favorite thing about Central Oregon is that it’s such an amazing place for riding your bike, no matter your style. Prineville is at the crosshairs of hundreds of miles of trails. Within a three-hour drive in any direction from Prineville, you have access to any one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon. Whether you stay and play in Central Oregon or roam the state, you cannot go wrong. It’s all here.

fishing For fantastic angling, lakes such as Cultus and Davis deliver, along with reservoirs such as Crane Prairie and Wickiup, and, of course, the Deschutes, Crooked and Metolius rivers. The Deschutes is famous for its native redside rainbow trout and annual steelhead runs. The smaller Metolius River is known for being home to monster bull trout. Crane Prairie Reservoir, Davis Lake and East Lake are all noted for their trophy trout.

mountain biking & cycling More than 300 miles of singletrack mountain bike trails here have been featured on dozens of magazine covers worldwide. There's a trail for every ability, with mellow cruisers for beginners to technical trails for experts. Off the trails, Central Oregon is home to

four of the state's 14 scenic bikeways, bike-friendly routes highlighted by cultural and historical landmarks, gentle hills and amazing scenery. Fans of competitive cycling will want to come for the Cascade Cycling Classic, the nation's longest-running elite stage race in July. Several regional road, mountain biking and cyclocross races are held here each year, too.

golf paradise With more than two dozen golf courses less than an hour's drive apart, Central Oregon is a nationally recognized golf destination. Architects such as Jack Nicklaus and David McLay Kidd are among the all-star designers who have created some of their most innovative course here. V I S I T C E N T R A L O R E G O N . C O M



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our perfect adventure-filled Central Oregon weekend kicks off in the charming Old West town of Sisters, where authentic hospitality never goes out of style. You're greeted with a local craft beer or glass of wine during social hour at FivePine Lodge, and you begin to relax amid the towering pines on the patio beside the pool. Chat with some of your fellow guests also staying at the luxurious cabins. Once refreshed, keep the mood casual with dinner just a few steps away at Three Creeks Brewing Co. End the night with a first-run flick in the homey Sisters Movie House, part of the rustic yet upscale FivePine campus, or in a cozy vacation home rental from Sisters Vacation Rentals.

Day One starts early the next morning with a visit to Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne to see the magnificent sheer rock walls and spires come alive with the first rays of the sun. After a hike along the Crooked River, which flows through the park, there's lunch on the deck at the nearby Terrebonne Depot or 7th Street Brew House in Redmond. After lunch, head to Bend for a different kind of hike–this time around the Old Mill District, with its blend of national retailers and local specialty shops. If you're seeking

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some river zen, rent an inner tube or standup paddleboard at Riverbend Park for a float along the Deschutes to pass some time in the afternoon. There's even time to get a SUP lesson from the folks at Tumalo Creek Kayak and Canoe, located right on the river. You could do dinner along the river at Red Robin or Anthony's, or try Crux Fermentation Project, another Bend brewpub that's become the “go-to” spot to catch the spectacular Central Oregon sunset over the Cascades with a pint of handcrafted ale.

Day Two is more outdoor fun and adventure, but in a completely different style. After a quick breakfast at FivePine Lodge in Sisters, head to Bend for a round of golf you'll remember forever—even if it's not necessarily for how well you played. The experience at Tetherow will stay with you for its Scottish links layout in Oregon's High Desert. Lunch is at The Row, Tetherow's pub, with local beers, a Northwest and Scottish-inspired menu and great views of the golf course and blue skies framing the landscape for miles. With a sun-drenched afternoon ahead, turn up the adrenaline while cooling down on a guided whitewater trip on the Deschutes River. Choose your level of adventure, from a scenic, three-mile Big Eddy Thriller by Sun Country Tours or a full-day excursion with Ouzel Outfitters. Dry off and head downtown for a wellearned reward, this time at Deschutes Brewery, Bend's oldest brewpub and the one that started the Central Oregon Brewvolution in 1988. For dinner, stroll a block away for modern American cuisine at 900 Wall, in the center of the quaint and historic downtown district filled with restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and shops, including Cascade Cottons, the perfect spot to pick up a couple of souvenir Bend, Oregon T-shirts. After dinner, no visit downtown is complete without a stop at the boutiques Hot Box Betty and Lost Season Supply. On the short, scenic drive back to Sisters, prepare to get cozy in your cabin with a fireplace and soaking tub for an evening of relaxation (and where you'll no doubt be dreaming of an extended return trip).


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Adventure calls! The local experts at the Central Oregon Visitors Association are here to help you answer it. They’ll also help you find the best places to eat, drink, stay, play and shop. Stop in at the COVA Information Center in the Village at Sunriver, open seven days a week, year-round. We have everything you need to help make your vacation perfect. Call Us: 800-800-8334 Get the details at Keyword: CONTACT





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An absolute summer must for road cyclists is riding the best of the best–our scenic bikeways. Every rider can find a route to suit their style.


Twin Bridges This 36-mile ride begins in Bend's downtown Drake Park and follows an engaging, moderately hilly course past the city limits into farm and ranch country, rolling through rimrock canyons with views of snowcapped peaks. Cross the Deschutes River at Twin Bridges Road and stop in the quaint town of Tumalo. Dip your feet in the cool, clear water, get lunch or sip a latte before powering home. With no extended climbs, it's a great way to fill your lungs with mountain-fresh air and take in the sublime scenery.



Sisters to Smith Rock This moderate 37-mile route weaves through Sisters country to Smith Rock State Park's impressive rock walls. The Crooked River winds at the base of the volcanic, multicolored formations towering above the valley floor. Watch rock climbers from all over the world tackle thousands of ascent routes. The varied, rolling terrain is generally downhill from Sisters. It is a perfect point-to-point ride if you leave a support vehicle in the public parking areas at each end.


3 McKenzie Pass This challenging 37-mile route winds through deep

forests, climbing to a volcanic lava-rock moonscape summit. This is likely the most interesting and beautiful scenery you'll ever get on a bike ride. Stop at the Dee Wright Observatory, built from lava rock, and take in spectacular views of the Three Sisters mountains. A huge bonus: Most of this ride is on Route 242 (on the U.S. Register of Historic Places), and it's open only to bicycles in early spring, when just enough snow has melted.


Madras Mountain Views This 30-mile loop through High Desert and basalt palisades offers sweeping views of the Cascade Mountains and almost no traffic. Begin and end in small, friendly downtown Madras. Pedal to the stunning overlook above Cove Palisades State Park and Lake Billy Chinook to glimpse eagles and other raptors soaring. Wind through the little towns of Culver and Metolius, stopping for refreshments along lightly trafficked roads. This area's mild winters offer great year-round riding, with sun-drenched days extending throughout winter, spring and fall.


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TOP 10 Hikes In and Around Bend EASY/MODERATE 2-mile loop Pilot Butte State Park bend

On this volcano right within the city limits, a nature trail and paved road offer fantastic panoramas. location: highway 20 EASY – 2.2 miles

Shevlin Park – Canyon Rim Loop bend Towering ponderosa pines along Tumalo Creek, just three miles from downtown. location: shevlin park road


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MODERATE – 5.5 miles Tumalo Falls bend

Take in the view of the falls less than a mile from the parking area. Continue on for more spectacular vistas. Road closed in winter. location: skyliners road EASY – 1 mile

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entral Oregon is every hiker’s paradise. With every breath comes fresh mountain air, fragrant, High Desert sagebrush and juniper and sunshine that somehow seems, well, brighter. From waterfalls and deep river canyons to snowcapped Cascade peaks and alpine lakes, it’s all right at your doorstep or minutes away by bike or car. A treasure trove awaits via the Cascade Lakes Highway, a 66 mile National Scenic Byway that winds through a volcanic landscape to the stuff of which glossy calendars are made. Take your pick of trails through wildflower-filled meadows skirting 14 lakes reflecting the towering peaks of Mt. Bachelor, Broken Top and South Sister. On your way from Bend, the new Deschutes National Forest Service Interpretive Center offers more information for hiking adventures. easy/moderate Smith Rock State Park, one of the 7 Wonders of Mt. Bachelor Summit Trail Oregon, in Terrebonne is just north of Bend. You’ll 2.5 miles roundtrip find miles of trails winding through the Crooked easy/moderate River canyon with golden eagles and prairie falcons Green Lakes Trail soaring overhead. Miles of trails along the Deschutes 9 miles roundtrip River ascend buttes and volcanoes, and wind through easy ponderosa and juniper stands. The Deschutes Land Todd Lake Trail Trust hosts free hikes throughout Central Oregon’s 2-mile loop preserved lands focusing on birding, geology, easy wildflowers, butterflies, photography, the cultural Ray Atkeson history of Bend’s logging past and more. Book these Memorial Trail small group walks in advance at 2.3-mile loop Whether you’re backpacking in the wilderness, Get the details at meandering along the river with the family or discovering the story of a forest preserve, hiking in Keyword: HIKING Central Oregon is full of rewards.


From Farewell Bend Park, hike upstream into a canyon with soaring pines and steep lava tuff walls. A scenic footbridge midway completes the loop. location: sw reed market road

Lava Cast Forest bend (near sunriver) A 9-mile unpaved road leads to parking for a paved path through 7,000-year-old lava cast formations. Not easily accessible in winter. location: highway 97 (across from the sunriver exit) EASY – 6 to 8.5 miles Paulina Creek (between sunriver and lapine)

Follow the Peter Skene Ogden Trail along Paulina Creek past a score of waterfalls. location: highway 97 about 22 miles south of bend EASY TO DIFFICULT – Varying routes and lengths Smith Rock State Park terrebonne

The stunning rock formations here attract climbers worldwide. Trails allow all levels to explore the Crooked River Canyon on foot and on bike. location: off highway 97 about 9 miles north of redmond EASY – 3 miles

Suttle Lake Trail near black butte ranch The trail encircles the lake and offers unrivaled mountain scenery. location: off highway 20 about 15 miles northwest of sisters EASY – 12 miles

Metolius River Trail near sisters An excellent year-round trail. Start at the Wizard Falls Hatchery–kids have a blast feeding the rainbow trout. location: sw camp sherman road about 20 miles north of sisters EASY – .5 miles

Dee Wright Memorial Trail near sisters View the Cascade Mountains from a paved trail with interpretive signs through one of the most recent lava flows in America. Closed in the winter. location: highway 242 about 15 miles west of sisters



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t the start of Phil’s Trail, one of the most popular mountain biking routes in the extensive and renowned network of Bend singletrack heaven, the scene from the parking lot can be misleading. On any given summer morning, families, retirees, visitors with rental bikes, old-school pioneers of the sport and nationally ranked competitors alike will be rolling in. Once you are out on the trail, winding through the forest, however, you might not see another rider. That’s part of the beauty of Central Oregon mountain biking, with more than 300 miles of trails beneath a canopy of ponderosa pines in the foothills of the Cascade mountains. The lower elevation trails cover all the bases: relatively flat, fast and fun, with some tough technical sections and punchy climbs that cater to beginners and shredders alike. Head a little farther up, and you’ll ride in the shadows of snowcapped 10,000-foot peaks through high alpine meadows with

breathtaking vistas. Rustic shelters used as warming huts in the winter are perfect for summer biking rest stops where you can take a breather, have a snack from your pack and enjoy the blissful high mountain scenery. Phil’s Trail is by far the most popular riding area in the region. The trailhead is just a couple of minutes from town and from the parking area, riders can access a well-marked maze of diverse singletrack. If you want the thrills of going downhill but don’t want to do the hard pedaling up, check out the new lift-served downhill trails at Mt. Bachelor. Or, let the folks at Cog Wild Mountain Bike Tours and Shuttles in Bend take you up the Cascade Lakes Highway to trails like “Tiddlywinks” and “Funner.” An epic ride popular in late summer among visitors as well as locals begins with a shuttle that takes you and your bikes to Dutchman Flat, near Mt. Bachelor. After a short, slow climb, you’ll reap the reward of cruising downhill for about 20

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Keyword: BIKING miles back to town. But there are some trails beyond Bend definitely worth a visit. Cog Wild will shuttle you from Bend to the McKenzie River Trail just west of Bend, which has been called America’s Number 1 Mountain Bike Trail. In Sisters, the Peterson Ridge Trail System is a local’s favorite and accessible right from town. Smith Rock State Park offers some of the most scenic trails in Central Oregon while the Maston area near Redmond is a favorite winter riding option. Prineville is growing as a mountain biking destination, too. The Round Mountain/Lookout Mountain loop offers 35 miles and nearly 6,000 feet of climbing. Don’t worry about bringing your bike because shops such as Bend’s Pine Mountain Sports, Hutch’s Bicycles and The Hub Cyclery, Sunriver’s 4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters and Sunriver Sports and in Prineville, Good Bike Co. have top-of-the-line rides for you to rent while you’re here.


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550 SW Industrial Way, Ste. 105 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 480-8477

Cog Wild Mountain Bike Tours & Shuttles 255 SW Century Dr., Ste. 201 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 385-7002

Hutch's Bicycles—East 820 NE 3rd St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-6248

Hutch's Bicycles—West 725 NW Columbia St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-9253

The Hub Cyclery

2002 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 647-2614


16693 Sprague Loop La Pine, OR 97739 (541) 536-6263 motofantasy


Pine Mountain Sports

(541) 312-0097


17345 Spring Rover Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 647-4433

FISHING & GUIDES Cascade Guides & Outfitters

57100 Beaver Drive, Bldg. 23 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-2358

Deschutes River Outfitters, LLC

PO Box 371 Bend, OR 97709 (541) 760-0956

The Fly Fisher's Place

PO Box 1179, 151 W. Main St. Sisters, OR 97759 (541) 549-3474

Fly and Field Outfitters 35 SW Century Dr., Ste. 100 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 318-1616

River Borne Outfitters

(541) 647-2584

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Stillwater Fly Shop

56898 Enterprise Dr. Sunriver, OR 97707 (877) 598-7322

FAMILY FUN Alpine Entertainment Events & Activities The Village at Sunriver (541) 593-5948

Bend Elks Baseball Club Vince Genna Stadium 401 SE Roosevelt Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 312-9259

Black Butte Ranch

8 miles west of Sisters on Hwy. 20 Black Butte Ranch, OR 97759 (800) 425-7455

Bouncing Off the Wall

1134 SE Centennial Ct. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 306-6587

Fly Board of Bend, LLC 923 SE Douglas St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 419-5458

Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa

6823 Hwy. 8, PO Box 1240 Warm Springs, OR 97761 (541) 553-1112

Mount Bachelor Village Resort

19717 Mt. Bachelor Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (866) 328-8915

Oregon Observatory at Sunriver

57245 River Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 598-4406

Paintball Paradise

Riverhouse Hotel and Convention Center

Lake Billy Chinook Houseboats

Seventh Mountain Resort

Elk Lake Resort & Marina

Sun Mountain Fun Center

Ouzel Outfitters— Whitewater Rafting

Sunriver Nature Center

StandUp Paddle Bend

Sunriver Resort

Sun Country Tours


Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic & Recreation Center (SHARC)

3075 N. Business 97 Bend, OR 97701 (866) 453-4479

18575 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (866) 976-2482

300 NE River Mall Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-6161 57245 River Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-4394 17600 Center Dr. Sunriver, OR 97707 (800) 386-1926 61240 Skyline Ranch Rd. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 388-2582


PO Box 1167 Bend, OR 97709 (541) 312-9242

Timberline Mountain Guides PO Box 1167 Bend, OR 97709 (541) 312-9242

RAFTING & WATER Bend Paddle Trail Alliance

Cove Palisades Resort & Marina

Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 388-0129

5700 SW Marina Dr. Culver, OR 97734 (877) 546-7171

The Paulina Plunge Downhill Waterfall Mountain Bike Tour


(800) 296-0562

57100 Beaver Dr., #17 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-0339


Imperial River Company

65600 Pronghorn Club Dr. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 693-5300

304 Bakeoven Rd. Maupin, OR 97037 (800) 395-3903

12334 SW Lakeview Dr. Culver, OR 97060 (866) 546-2939

60000 Century Dr. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 480-7378

63043 Sherman Rd. Bend, OR 97701 (800) 788-7238

550 SW Industrial Way, Ste. 115 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 323-3355 531 SW 13th St. Bend, OR 97702 (800) 770-2161

57250 Overlook Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 585-5000

Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe

805 SW Industrial Way, Ste. 6 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 317-9407



Seventh Mountain River Company

Crooked River Ranch Golf Course

Seventh Mountain Resort offers daily rafting excursions on the wild and scenic Deschutes River. Two-hour raft trips leave five times daily and include class-3 rapids with an expert, certified river guide. Enjoy wildlife and ancient lava flows along the way. A photographer will capture images of your exciting trip. Best rates in town and shortest bus ride to the river. Rates start at $29!

Come enjoy the beauty and ambience of the most scenic and enjoyable golf experience in Central Oregon. A visit to Crooked River Ranch Golf Course provides unmatched views of the Crooked River Gorge, as the course is perched 400 feet above the river. The No. 5 canyon hole with its “Go for it or Go Home” attitude makes it easy to see why it is the signature hole. With its own RV Park, swimming pool, tennis courts, dining and accommodations nearby, it’s a “Great Place to Hang Your Hat”. Just minutes north of Bend and Redmond, the trip is worth it, leaving no doubt that Crooked River Ranch GC truly is…"The GEM of Central Oregon.”

18575 SW Century Drive, Bend ⬥ (541) 693-9124 ⬥

5195 SW Clubhouse Road, Terrebonne ⬥ (541) 923-6343 ⬥

Hutch’s Bicycles

Wheel Fun Rentals of Bend

Is your full-service, family bicycle shop and was voted in 2014 & 2015 as one of America's Best Bike Shops, and Central Oregon's Best Bike Shop. Hutch’s has two locations in Bend and one location in Redmond to offer the area’s largest selection of bicycles, accessories and service options. Hutch’s also offers the largest selection of rental bikes – including road, cruiser and full-suspension mountain bikes. Hutch's also offers lifetime services on all brand-new bicycle sales.

Experience the historic Old Mill District on a surrey, deuce coupe, cruiser bike or one of our unique specialty bikes – they’re perfect for exploring this scenic area! Cruise the beautiful Deschutes, enjoying sweeping river vistas as you stop for a picnic, shopping or fine dining. Rentals available in these locations: Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond, Black Butte Ranch near Sisters, Old Mill District Bend.

Leading Edge Aviation

603 SW Mill A Drive, Bend ⬥ (541) 408-4568 ⬥

City of Sisters

DISCOVER BEND AND CENTRAL OREGON BY AIR! Flights are scheduled daily and take off from the Bend Airport. Choose from four Exhilarating Tours-Soar through the Desert, the Mountains, the Lava Lands or the City. If you would like to personalize a tour or charter, special arrangements can be made. Book your HELICOPTER or AIRPLANE flight today at! Leading Edge has served the community of Bend for 25 years and maintains the highest level of safety and customer service. 63048 Powell Butte Hwy., Bend ⬥ (541) 383-8825 ⬥

Chockstone Guides Come climb with us at Smith Rock State Park! Our AMGA certified guides and instructors will show you the ropes and share a fun, memorable climbing adventure on the cliffs and towers of the Northwest's premier climbing area. Personalized, professional rock climbing instruction and guiding for all abilities. All climbing gear is provided. Customized day trips for individuals, groups and families. Chockstone Climbing Guides/First Ascent is an American Mountain Guides Association Accredited Service.

Smith Rock State Park, Terrebonne ⬥ (541) 318-7170 ⬥

Sisters Creekside Campground is a municipal park with 67 sites (of which 25 sites are full hook-up sites) and a large grass area. The park is situated along Whychus Creek and within walking distance of downtown. There is a covered foot bridge that spans the creek. Each site is equipped with a fire pit and a picnic table. The park has restrooms and showers and a sewer discharge site.

Widgi Creek Golf Club Nestled among the giant Ponderosa pines in the Deschutes National Forest and on the top of many "must play" lists of visitors and locals. That's where you'll find a challenging 6,900-yard Robert Muir Graves-designed course with tight fairways, undulating greens and some of the best scenery you can imagine on a golf course. Just minutes from the bustling, hip downtown of Bend, Oregon. That's where you'll find Widgi Creek. Voted Best Golf Course in Central Oregon 11 times. 18707 SW Century Drive, Bend ⬥ (541) 382-4449 ⬥


Whether it is the lie angle of your new irons or the spin rate of a driver, we’ll get all the technical specs dialed-in. So you will hit it longer and play better. At Pro Golf of Bend every new club purchase comes with a free, half-hour fitting session. You will find all the newest models and best brands, including the TaylorMade M1 driver. Plus, you’ll find one of the best instructors in Oregon; PGA Professional Andy Heinly. When in Bend, stop by. Try some new gear and get the inside scoop on all the courses of Central Oregon. Off 3rd Street, just north of Macy’s.


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A Great Golf Getaway

What makes a memorable golf trip? Playing three of the Top 100 courses in the nation? Playing a different course every day...for a month? Relaxing 19th holes? It’s all here–from the mountains to the High Desert–courses designed by some of the game’s greatest architects.


hen Tom O’Brien called the Central Oregon Visitors Association last year to get some help planning a golf getaway for himself and some buddies from Nebraska, he was on a mission to see what all the fuss was over Central Oregon golf. He’d seen the stories and photos in national golf publications and had heard of Sunriver and Black Butte Ranch, just two of the golf resorts in a region where 30 courses lie within 45 minutes of each other. His goal? “To have a memorable golfing experience. One where we go home thinking ‘I can’t wait to go back,’” O’Brien said. The Central Oregon golf experience is memorable indeed, whether you spend a week here with your buddies or are just passing through and have time for just one round. For O’Brien and his pals, the experience included setting up shop in the luxurious Tetherow Lodges and squeezing in six rounds in four days. The High Desert that is Central Oregon (the sunny side of the state) has quickly made a name for itself in golf vacation

circles. In fact, the region is home to three of Golf Digest’s 100 Greatest Public Courses (Pronghorn No. 33, Crosswater No. 51 and Tetherow No. 54.) And Golf Magazine has called it one of the top 25 golf destinations in the world. The attraction? Central Oregon’s collection of courses offer a diversity not found anywhere else – courses designed by some of the game’s greatest architects. Tetherow, David McLay Kidd’s Scottish links masterpiece on Bend’s west side, has been getting rave reviews since it opened in 2008 and was named the nation’s Best New Course You Can Play by Golf Magazine. Set against a backdrop of Cascade mountain peaks, Tetherow would fit right in with Kidd’s more well-known courses along the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Tetherow’s knobs, knolls, fescue and tufts are as scenic as they are potentially penalizing to a scorecard. The lodges at Tetherow have turned the the resort into a true base camp for those looking to experience all the other adventures possible in the outdoor recreation capital of Oregon. V I S I T C E N T R A L O R E G O N . C O M



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Golf Trail

World’s Top Courses

Play one course, or a different one every day for a month. That’s what awaits you on the Central Oregon Golf Trail. Thirty courses within 45 minutes of each other means you can set up shop in Bend or Sunriver and get in a lot of golf with very little driving. The trail stretches from Prineville to Sisters, Warm Springs to La Pine and features classics such as Bend Golf and Country Club (opened in 1925), the red cinder bunkers at Aspen Lakes, the railcar bridge at Lost Tracks and one of the toughest par 3s in Oregon at Widgi Creek. Come see why Central Oregon has been called one of the top 25 golf destinations in the world. Get the details at:

At Pronghorn, the Jack Nicklaus and Tom Fazio gems are part of a true luxury resort experience just east of Bend. The Nicklaus Signature Course cuts through lava rock outcroppings with amazing views of the mountains while the private Fazio course includes a hole built around an ancient lava tube. Sunriver Resort just south of Bend is home to 63 holes of world-class


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ALL EYES ON golf, including Crosswater Club, the official 2017 host of the PGA Professionals Club Championships and Meadows, the site of several NCAA championship events. Want to play them all? Sunriver is also the official host site of the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic. Beyond our Top 100 courses, Aspen Lakes in Sisters has been named one of Golf Digest’s Top 15 Courses in Oregon while Black Butte Ranch’s Glaze Meadow Course has been redesigned to rave reviews. O’Brien and his group even threw in a round at Widgi Creek, a popular track within the Deschutes National Forest that locals voted Bend’s favorite golf course for 10 years in a row. Still, that’s just the beginning. The Central Oregon Golf Trail has more than two dozen courses including Redmond’s Juniper Golf Course, site of the Oregon Open, Quail Run Golf Course in La Pine and Meadow Lakes in Prineville, which is typically open year-round. Every golf course here has its own story, and there’s one for every level of player.


Sunriver Resort Set to Host PGA Pros National Championsip The eyes of the golf world will be on Sunriver Resort in June 2017, when the Meadows and Crosswater courses host the 50th PGA Professionals National Championship. The tournament will showcase two of Central Oregon’s finest golf courses to the Golf Channel’s audience of about 110 million fans. More than 300 players, the best of the best club pros from across the country, will compete in the week-long event with the top 20 earning a place in the PGA Championship. Both courses are no stranger to big time events. Meadows is the past home to the NCAA Women’s National Championship and Mountain West Conference Championships. Crosswater is the past home of the Champions Tour JELD-WEN Tradition, the 2006 men’s NCAA National Championship and the 2001, 2007 and 2013 PGA Professionals National Championships. The best part is that these courses are open to the public! For more info on playing these gems, visit


Brand new recreation center, pool, spa and event pavilion in 2016!


Tetherow’s 50 room boutique hotel puts breathtaking beauty, award winning golf, diverse dining and unlimited recreation right outside your door. Yet you’re just minutes from all the culture and entertainment Bend has to offer.


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Lithia Pacific Amateur Golf Classic SEPTEMBER 17-22, 2016

Competition, Camaraderie and Championship Golf: The PacAm Showcases Central Oregon’s Finest Links The Central Oregon golf experience is on full display each September when more than 400 players compete in the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic. The PacAm, celebrating its 20th year, is the largest amateur event in the West and features 54 holes of net, stroke-play competition over 7 courses with a championship round at Crosswater for the top four players in each flight. Nightly 19th-hole events, strong competition and stronger camaraderie keeps players coming back year after year. Any golfer with an established handicap is invited to test their skills at the PacAm.

Aspen Lakes

Register online at or call 888-425-3976

Meadows Putting Course



Family Golf For many, golf is a family legacy, passed for generations. Some of the best times on the links involve dawn patrol with dad, or a momdaughter twilight round followed by ice cream. Nowhere is that bond cultivated better than at Sunriver Resort, named a 2016 Top 10 Family Golf Destination in the U.S. by Golf Digest.

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From the real-grass, nine-hole putting course at Meadows, to the pristine short-course conditions at Caldera Links, Sunriver Resort is ideal for family play, and enhanced by what’s off the course, too. Mom and Dad can drop off the kids at Fort Funnigan for arts, crafts

and activities while they play nine holes or get quiet time poolside. The family can reconvene for mini-golf at The Village at Sunriver or a twilight float on the Deschutes River. Elsewhere in Central Oregon, courses such as Widgi Creek and Lost Tracks offer junior tee markers. Others offer free or significantly discounted green fees for juniors playing with parents. On this kind of vacation, the family that plays together, stays together.

E X P E R I E N C E the Northwest’s BEST Family Destination

Black Butte Ranch is set at the foot of the majestic Cascade Range, and offers the best of what makes Central Oregon a world premier recreation destination. Enjoy 36 holes of golf, unparalleled views, abundant amenities, recreation and an authentic Oregon experience.

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Feel the Rush of Golf Boarding The word “adventure” isn’t usually associated with golf, but a few Central Oregon courses are changing the game by changing the way you get around the course.


etherow in Bend, Caldera Links at Sunriver Resort and Aspen Lakes in Sisters have rolled out the GolfBoard. Part golf cart, part skateboard and part surfboard (surfing legend Laird Hamilton is a co-founder of the

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Sisters-based company), the GolfBoard was named “Best New

experience golf boarding

Product” at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show.

at America’s top courses

Anyone who has ever snowboarded, skateboarded or surfed

in Central Oregon. Just hit

finds the GolfBoard comes naturally, and complete novices take

“play” on the golf boarding

to it with just a little practice. It’s hard to worry about your

video. Warning: once you

swing when you’re having so much fun on a powered board,

do, we’re sure you’ll want

and Tetherow held the world’s first GolfBoard Tournament in

to come to here and try it

last year.

for real. Get the details at

GolfBoards answer something we’ve been wondering about for years: how could golf in Central Oregon ever be more fun?


Top 100 Golf Digest Central Oregon is home to three of Golf Digest’s 100 Greatest Public Courses. These



common immaculate

Golf Digest Ranking, No. 33

Golf Digest Ranking, No. 51

Golf Digest Ranking, No. 54

Golf Digest ranked Pronghorn’s Nicklaus Course second among America’s best new private courses in 2004. Four years ago, the course opened to public play. “Its back nine may be the most delightful Jack (Nicklaus) has ever designed, with gambling holes and gorgeous scenery at every turn.”

“Reportedly built in the meadow where John Wayne, as Rooster Cogburn, filmed his climactic charge, guns blazing, in the 1969 film, True Grit. The Bob Cupp design is far more subtle than a Wayne western, with lowprofile greens edged by graceful chipping areas and fairways intersected repeatedly by the Big and Little Deschutes rivers.”

“Far different than Bandon, with a manufactured landscape of lumps and bumps, far more bunkers, plus a couple of lakes, it nonetheless has the same fescue as at Bandon, so tee shots get plenty of roll and some approach shots can be bounced into flagsticks.”

playing conditions and breathtaking scenery. Play one or all three. Call our free golf concierge service to help secure tee times at these must-play courses: 800-800-8334 Get the details at:



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Contact Numbers

Max./Min Ydg.

Rating Max


Green Fees

Aspen Lakes Golf Course 16900 Aspen Lakes Dr., Sisters

(541) 549-4653 (GOLF) (541) 549-3663 restaurant


Max. 75.4 Min. 69.7

141 125


Black Butte Ranch, Big Meadow 13020 Hawksbeard, Black Butte Ranch

(800) 399-2322 (541) 595-1500 tee times


Max. 73.3 Min. 68.3

130 118


Black Butte Ranch, Glaze Meadow 13020 Hawksbeard, Black Butte Ranch

(800) 399-2322 (541) 595-1500 tee times


Max. 72.7 Min. 63.4

133 109


Crooked River Ranch Golf Course 5195 SW Clubhouse Rd., CRR

(800) 833-3197 (541) 923-6343


Max. 70.1 Min. 65.0

117 109


Juniper Golf Course 1938 SW Elkhorn Ave., Redmond

(800) 600-3121 ext. 1 (541) 548-3121 ext. 1


Max. 73.9 Min. 63.7

131 107


Kah-Nee-Ta Resort 6823 Hwy. 8, Warm Springs

(541) 553-1112 (800) 554-4786


Max. 70.7 Min. 70.2

124 119


Lost Tracks Golf Club 60205 Sunset View Dr., Bend

(541) 385-1818


Max. 73.1 Min. 68.5

135 124


Meadow Lakes Golf Course 300 SW Meadow Lakes Dr., Prineville

(541) 447-7113


Max. 72.1 Min. 62.8

125 105


Old Back Nine at Mountain High 60650 China Hat Rd., Bend

(541) 382-1111


Max. 36.8 Min. 31.2

138 107


Pronghorn, Jack Nicklaus Signature Course 65600 Pronghorn Club Dr., Bend

(541) 693-5300


Max. 75.2 Min. 68.9

151 135


Quail Run Golf Course 16725 Northridge, La Pine

(800) 895-4653 (GOLF) (541) 536-1303


Max. 72.7 Min. 65.2

136 113


River's Edge Golf Course 400 NW Proshop Dr., Bend

(800) 547-3928 (541) 389-2828


Max. 72.3 Min. 65.6

139 135


Sunriver Resort, Meadows Course 17600 Center Dr., Sunriver

(800) 737-1034 (541) 593-4402 tee times


Max. 73.5 Min. 65.3

140 124


Sunriver Resort, Woodlands Course 17890 W. Core Dr., Sunriver

(800) 737-1034 (541) 593-4402 tee times


Max. 73.4 Min. 67.5

142 129


Widgi Creek Golf Club 18707 Century Dr., Bend

(541) 382-4449 ext. 1


Max. 74.4 Min. 60.1

145 109



Contact Numbers

Max./Min Ydg.



Green Fees

Tetherow Golf Club 61240 Skyline Ranch Rd., Bend

(866) 948-2582 (541) 388-2582 (541) 213-2424 tee times


Max. 75.3 Min. 69.6

147 127


PRIVATE-contact head pro for reciprocal play

Contact Numbers

Max./Min Ydg.



Green Fees

Awbrey Glen Golf Club


Max. 72.9



2500 NW Awbrey Glen Dr., Bend

(800) 697-0052 (541) 385-6011 (541) 388-8526 tee times

Min. 65.7


Bend Golf And Country Club 61045 Country Club Dr., Bend

(541) 382-3261 (541) 382-7437 tee times


Max. 73.6 Min. 66.1

138 120


Broken Top Club 62000 Broken Top Dr., Bend

(541) 383-8200 (541) 383-0868 tee times


Max. 73.7 Min. 65.1

142 111


Caldera Links* 17750 Caldera Springs Dr., Sunriver

(800) 801-8765 (541) 593-4851 tee times


Max. n/a Min. n/a

n/a n/a


Crosswater Club* 17600 Canoe Camp Dr., Sunriver

(800) 801-8765 (541) 593-6196 tee times


Max. 76.5 Min. 67.6

145 127


Pronghorn, Tom Fazio Course 65600 Pronghorn Club Dr., Bend

(541) 693-5365


Max. 75.2 Min. 68.2

142 128

No Unaccompanied Guest Play

*Guests lodging at these properties have access to play these courses **Cart included in green fee ^Including forecaddie base rate


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Virginia Meissner Sno-Park This sno-park is just 14 miles from Bend on the Cascade Lakes Highway and features cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails for all levels, including Name of Location a short 1ž-mile loop and a longer trail that goes to the Meissner Shelter.

With the most sun and snow in the West, Central Oregon winters are packed with fun and adventure for everyone: from skiing and snowshoeing to snowmobiling and dogsledding.

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Sleigh rides at Black Butte Ranch

Get Outdoors

Play in High Desert Powder

Ice skating at Redmond Ice Rink

Sun+Snow=Smiles It's sunny and snowy all winter here, with legendary powder and an expanse of fun that exists nowhere else. Our winter playground is vast, offering so many ways to play. In the Central Oregon Cascades, every adventure awaits.

cross-country skiing Like your trails groomed for skating and classic cross-country skiing? Head to the Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center, Hoodoo Ski Area or the Virginia Meissner SnoPark. If, however, you prefer ungroomed skiing on marked trails, then try one of the region's 14 sno-parks. Or, make your own tracks through the abundant snow throughout the Deschutes National Forest. backcountry skiing Superb and among the most accessible in the country, backcountry skiing is just minutes north and northwest of the Mt. Bachelor Ski Area. A slightly longer haul is required to get into some virginal backcountry runs in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, the Three Sisters volcanic peaks from nearby Sisters and Pine Mountain east of Bend.

snowmobiling Thanks to the efforts of regional snowmobiling clubs, there are literally hundreds of miles of groomed and well-marked trails to “sled” throughout Central Oregon. Popular take-off spots include the snowmobile parking and shelter area at Wanoga Sno-Park on Century Drive near


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Autobahn Tubing Park at Hoodoo

Bend, Edison Butte on the road between Mt. Bachelor and Sunriver, the Newberry National Volcanic Monument at La Pine and nearby Hoodoo Ski Area outside of Sisters. Another local favorite is to head from Dutchman Flat along Century Drive and out to Elk Lake Resort.

snowshoeing Try marked snowshoe routes at Virginia Meissner and Swampy Lakes sno-parks off Century Drive just outside of Bend. These are two main areas where snowshoers can find trails, warming huts and solace in the Deschutes National Forest. Join a U.S. Forest Service naturalist at Mt. Bachelor on a free tour to learn about winter ecology and the area’s wildlife and plants.

dogsledding Regularly scheduled dogsled tours led by qualified guides depart and return to Mt. Bachelor ski area every day when the resort is open for business. Oregon Trail of Dreams, owned by an Iditarod-competing family with their athletic dogs, takes guests into parts of the forest many people never get to see. What an amazing way to experience the Central Oregon winter wonderland!


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Local Knowledge Carol Mergenthaler aka “Ski Mum”

Carol Mergenthaler is an avid backcountry skier who can be seen driving up to Mt. Bachelor in her blue convertible Volkswagon bug with a license plate emblazoned with her moniker, “SkiMum.” Since she and her husband, entrepreneur Chris Mergenthaler, made the move to Central Oregon 10 years ago to raise their family, she also heads to

Skiing at Mt. Bachelor

Bend’s pristine wilderness for a backcountry TYLER ROEMER

skiing adventure every chance she gets. Snowshoeing at Virginia Meissner Sno-Park

When friends visit in the winter, we go out to

the backcountry for a guided tour of the Three Sisters Wilderness, and then visit the boutiques and breweries in downtown Bend. In the summer, we rent paddleboards and hang out on the river. My favorite thing about Central Oregon is the

inspired and creative energy of the friendly people here. There’s a deep sense of camaraderie that complements the exquisite and endless nature that surrounds us.

ice skating Don't miss The Village at

guide to your adventure, with pictures of

Sunriver or Seventh Mountain Resort near Bend on the way to Mt. Bachelor. Both offer an outdoor winter skating experience that's fun for your whole family. Drinks are rink-side for your après ski. Or visit the new 4,000-square-foot ice skating rink in downtown Redmond. Also be sure to check out the brand new ice rink, The Pavilion, in Bend.

what you can find at each site, historic

rockhounding Central Oregon is home to Prineville, the unofficial “Rock Hound Capital of the United States,” where precious gemstones lie just beneath the land's surface, waiting to be uncovered. Discover a piece of Oregon's geologic past at one of many public recreational collection areas. Get the rockhound map from the Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce (page 120) for a full-color

and geologic information, and lots of tips, such as GPS coordinates.

sledding The place to be for family sledding fun is Wanoga Sno-Park off Century Drive on the way to Mt. Bachelor. There's ample parking and plenty of room to sled, toboggan or inner tube. Bring your own hot chocolate or buy it from the snack trailer in the parking lot. Head a little farther up to Mt. Bachelor's Snowblast Tubing Park and snag a daypass for an afternoon of zooming down the mountain on inner tubes. In Sunriver, SHARC has its own snow-tubing hill, and Hoodoo's Autobahn Tubing Park is one of the largest snow-tubing parks in the entire West!



Mt. Bachelor Mt. Bachelor


Elevation: Summit 9,065 feet Base: 6,300 feet Vertical Drop: 3,365 feet Maximum Run Length: 3.9 miles Acres of Skiing: 3,683; 1,600 acres groomed daily Number of Runs: 88 Average Snowfall: 462" Average Snow Base: 150-200" 2015-2016 Rates*: alpine, cross-country Adult $69-$84 $15-$18 Teen (13-18; ID req.) $59-$71, $8-$11 Youth (6-12) $42-$49, $8-$11 Child (5 and under) Free Senior (65-69) $59-$71, $8-$11

Mt. Bachelor

Super Senior (70+) $42-$49 ,$8-$11 Adaptive Call for rates Alpine Terrain Rating: 15% Novice, 25% Intermediate, 35% Advanced, 25% Expert Chairlifts: 10 chairs, including 7 high-speed quads. Day Lodges: Six, including the mid-mountain Pine Marten Lodge and the Nordic Center. High-speed internet in Sunrise and West Village base lodges. Nordic Skiing: More than a dozen trails with 56 km of machine-groomed tracks. Nordic Terrain Rating: 5% Beginner, 69% Intermediate and 26% Expert. Ski Shuttles: Catch the Mt. Bachelor Shuttle to the mountain from its Park & Ride lot in Bend. Pine Marten Lodge Ski shuttle at Mt. Bachelor service is also available from Sunriver, Seventh Mountain Resort and Pronghorn. Kids Ski/Ride Free: “Kids Ski/ Ride FREE” offer is for anyone in the family 12 or younger to get free lift tickets with a parent purchase of an adult multiday ticket. Day-care Center: Mt. Bachelor offers a state-licensed day-care center that provides care for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. Ski Report: (541) 382-7888 or (800) 829-2442 Trail map: Available at the Central Oregon Visitors Association or at the mountain. Information/Reservations: (800) 829-2442 or *rates subject to change


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On Top of the World: Mt. Bachelor


rom the day it opened more than 55 years ago, Mt. Bachelor gained a well deserved reputation for its deep powder, long season and incredible vistas. On clear days you can see for miles north over the Three Sisters Wilderness, west over the High Cascade Lakes, south towards Crater Lake and east over the High Desert. From the summit, it feels as if you are on top of the world. Over the years, Mt. Bachelor added to its luster by becoming one of America's first ski areas to welcome snowboarders, embrace telemark skiing and install high-speed lifts. The resort was also in the forefront of the cross-country ski boom, adding a groomed trail system in the late 1970s. Today Mt. Bachelor is the model of a complete snow-sports resort with 360-degree lift-served groomed skiing and riding from its volcanic summit. Off the groomers, there is plenty of untouched gladed tree skiing over Bachelor's 3,683 acres. It's a cruiser's delight–where nearly every acre of terrain can be skied by just about anyone. New to the mountain and not sure where to ride? A friendly team of Mountain

Ambassadors is there to make you feel welcome and safe on the mountain. (They might even show you a few of their secret powder stashes.) If you seek big air and tricks, the terrain parks are your playground. Good to know that with just a wee bit of planning, kids up to age 12 can ski and ride for free when a parent buys a multiday ticket four or more days in advance. Kids younger than five ski for free all season. Close to the West Village Lodge is the liftserved Snowblast Tubing Park where kids of all ages can zoom down a groomed runway. Two base lodges offer rentals and lessons, as well as first-rate food and beverages. Up on the hill, the Pine Marten Lodge offers a memorable ski-in-ski-out respite during your day on the slopes. Directly across the main parking lot from the tubing park, terrain park and lifts is the Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center with 56 kilometers of groomed trails for both skate skiing and classic skiing. From its classic log cabin structure, the Nordic Center offers lessons, rentals and a wood-burning stove to cozy up to for a snack (maybe the region's best burritos) and hot chocolate.


Hoodoo Hoodoo

Almanac Elevation: Summit 5,703 feet Base: 4,668 feet Vertical Drop: 1,035 feet Maximum Run Length: 3 miles Number of Runs: 32 Average Annual Snowfall: 450" Average Annual Snow Base: 120-180" 2015-16 Rates*: alpine cross-country Adult (13-64) $48-$54 $14-$16 Junior (6-12) $31-$37 $10-$12 Senior (65+) $31-$37 $10-$12 Child (5 and under) Free Free NIGHT SKIING: Fri.-Sat. beginning Dec. 19 (3:30 p.m.-9 p.m.) Adult $20-$22 Youth/Senior $16-$18 Alpine terrain rating: 30% Novice, 30% Intermediate, 40% Advanced Chairlifts: Five chairs, including three quads. Hoodoo

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entral Oregon's only night-skiing destination, the Hoodoo Ski Area just west of Sisters lets you ski under the stars (and the lights) on Fridays and Saturdays. Hoodoo, open Thursdays through Mondays, offers uncrowded, affordable, family-friendly charm along with three high-speed quad lifts, 32 runs and 806 skiable and rideable acres. With nearly all the runs ending at the main ski bowl near the lodge, it's easy for families and friends to stay together, and the Mountain Cubs area is for ages four to six. Beginners will love Hoodoo's new “1-2-3 and Rent For Free� program that gives first-timers: three two-hour lessons, three lift tickets and three equipment rentals, followed by free equipment rentals for the rest of the year, all for $149. And everyone can appreciate the easy in-and-out terrain from Hoodoo's spacious, 60,000-squarefoot lodge, close to the chair lifts. Even non-skiers can tap into gravity-fueled

excitement with downhill snowbikes, essentially bikes on skis, and at the Autobahn Tubing Park. One of the largest cable tows in the country takes riders to the top of the hill for more than 800 feet of inner-tubing downhill fun. Another way to enjoy this terrain is on the 19 kilometers of groomed crosscountry ski trails. Hoodoo also offers the most ski-in, ski-out RV hookups in Oregon. With 32 RV spaces just a few steps from the lodge, it's easy to order a Hoodoo Voodoo IPA and tailgate right from your RV or trailer. Bring plenty of firewood and a fire pit to cozy up around the flame at night to watch the snow fall. Or, stay at cozy accommodations or spacious cabins in the woods at nearby Suttle Lake, Camp Sherman or Black Butte Ranch. Hot tip: Black Butte Ranch offers packages starting at $165 including two lift tickets or four tubing passes, movie tickets and a $25 dining voucher.

Day Lodge: Hoodoo has one centrally located lodge with rentals, a ski shop, a restaurant and a bar. The Autobahn Tubing hill has its own warming hut with food service. Nordic Skiing: The Hoodoo Nordic trails are groomed on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. On non-holiday Thursdays, Hoodoo doesn't groom and skiing is free. The trails are usually closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Ski shuttles: From Eugene, contact Berg's Ski Shop for schedule (800) 800-1953. Deals: 2-for-1 Military Mondays for armed forces veterans. 2-for-1 Thrifty Thursday lift tickets,$19; 2-for-1 Autobahn and night skiing coupons at local U.S. Cellular stores. See for the latest deals and special offers. Day-care Center: Hoodoo Day Care can accommodate five children ages 18 months to four years. $65 for a full day or $16/hour with two-hour minimum. Lunch is $6 extra. Please call to reserve: (541) 822-3799 ext. 6952 Information: For questions about lessons and programs, email or call (541) 822-3799, ext. 6510. Ski Report: (541) 822-3337

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Based out of Sisters, after a pleasant night’s stay at FivePine Lodge or in a cozy vacation home from Sisters Vacation Rentals, head to one of the town’s renowned bakeries to start the day. Or if you’re staying at Black Butte Ranch or Best Western Ponderosa Lodge, you may linger over breakfast or head to Cottonwood Cafe, serving traditional breakfasts and lunch favorites. Then head to Hoodoo Ski Area to ski, ride or do a little inner tubing down these Cascade slopes. After a morning full of downhill runs, head back to Sisters for a late lunch or refreshments at the Three Creeks Brewing Company. If you haven’t been able to find time to see the latest movie, head next door to the Sisters Movie House, built inside a big red barn. If you didn’t hit the slopes, there’s always the Sisters Athletic Club and Shibui Spa at FivePine Lodge, a two-minute walk from the theater and brew pub. Day two is exploration day. It begins in Sisters with a relaxed cross-country ski tour on the Peterson Ridge Trail System, a hike around nearby Suttle Lake or an amble along the Metolius River and into Camp Sherman. Try lunch at Black Butte Ranch. Back in town, stroll the art galleries or hit the winter series of the Sisters Folk Festival for big acts in an intimate setting.

If you’re launching from Bend, and staying at DoubleTree, The Riverhouse Hotel or the Hilton Garden Inn, try McKay Cottage, Sparrow Bakery or Rockin’ Daves Bagel Bistro before heading up for a day of skiing. Those wanting to be a bit closer to Mt. Bachelor will find a haven in the woods at Entrada Lodge, just a couple miles from downtown on the way to the ski area. Legs a bit weary and ready to head back from the slopes, stop by the The Row at Tetherow Resort for après ski (try the ghost pepper wings) or head right to town for a brew and a burger at either Deschutes Brewery or Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. Lodge. Come evening, Bend has dozens of wonderful dining options such as The Drake or the venerable Pine Tavern near Mirror Pond in the heart of the city. After dinner, downtown has several music clubs, regular big-time music acts at the Tower Theatre, wine bars and places to simply sit back and relax after a long day on the mountain. Or, an alternative itinerary for Bend would be to start off the day heading up Century Drive for cross-country skiing at one of the designated sno-parks, sledding at Wanoga Sno-Park or dogsledding with Oregon Trail of Dreams at Mt. Bachelor. Back in town, explore the shopping downtown or in the Old Mill District. The dinner fare runs from Kebaba Middle Eastern to 5 Fusion and Sushi Bar, to Pacific Northwest seafood at Anthony’s at the Old Mill. There are top-notch restaurants for every appetite here.

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A third two-day excursion starts in Sunriver, with its wide variety of accommodations from lodge rooms and condos to large vacation rental homes. In winter, Sunriver is like being in a classic European alpine mountain community—small enough to walk everywhere yet replete with a central shopping and restaurant village. The drive to Mt. Bachelor from Sunriver is merely minutes. When your legs can’t take any more on the mountain, head back to Sunriver Resort, where the Sage Springs Club & Spa is the perfect medicine for weary muscles. Once rested, the Village at Sunriver features several diverse

dining options including Cafe Sintra, Marcello’s, Panini’s Pizzeria, Village Bar & Grill and Sunriver Brewing Company. Or head to the resort and relax in one of its new restaurants, Carson’s American Kitchen or the Twisted River Tavern. Day two in Sunriver starts with a venti latte and croissant from Starbucks in The Village before heading up to Edison Butte for a cross-country ski tour. Ending the tour with a picnic lunch on the snow, or head to the Sunriver Marina to enjoy Peruvian cuisine at Hola!, (open periodically in winter) a fitting finale to two wonderful Central Oregon days.

WINTER DIRECTORY CULINARY TOURS The Well Traveled Fork (541) 312-0097

FAMILY FUN Cascade Indoor Sports 20775 High Desert Lane Bend, OR 97701 (541) 330-1183

High Desert Museum 59800 S. Hwy. 97 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 382-4754

Smith Rock Ranch 1250 NW Wilcox Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 504-1414


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300 NE River Mall Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-6161

18575 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (866) 976-2482

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57250 Overlook Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 585-5000

ICE SKATING Redmond Ice Skating Rink 446 SW 7th St. Redmond, OR 97756

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SKI AREAS Hoodoo Ski Area Santiam Pass, Hwy. 20 (541) 822-3799 ticket office (541) 822-3337 snow phone

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13000 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (800) 829-2442

60000 Century Dr. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 480-7378

Oregon Ski Guides TOURING & OUTFITTERS 4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters 57195 Beaver Dr. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-2255

Central Oregon Adventures PO Box 4188 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-8887

PO Box 1167 Bend, OR 97709 (541) 312-9242

Pine Mountain Sports 255 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 385-8080

Powder House 311 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 389-6234



Seventh Mountain Resort Spend a winter afternoon on Central Oregon's finest sheet of ice – located at Seventh Mountain Resort. Cosmic Skate with laser lights available every Friday night. Skate rentals available along with hot cocoa, a full range of craft beer and local wines, and cozy fire pits where you can enjoy the beauty of the rink and its surrounding forest. Open to the public, check the website for hours of operation.

18575 SW Century Drive, Bend ⬥ (541) 693-9124 ⬥

Snowmobile Excursions Explore the beautiful back country of Central Oregon on a snowmobile! Central Oregon Adventures offers several exhilarating guided and non-guided trips for both experienced and novice riders. Enjoy breathtaking views and make memories that will last you a lifetime as you explore the high lakes and powder-filled meadows throughout the scenic Cascade Mountain Range. Trips depart daily November through April from the Wanoga Sno-Park near Mt. Bachelor. Call and book your trip today!

PO Box 4188, Sunriver ⬥ (541) 593-8887 ⬥

Elk Lake Resort

4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters

Sunriver, Oregon

For over 30 years our friendly, experienced staff has been serving Central Oregon residents and visitors. We provide you with insider knowledge to the best recreational pursuits in the area and outfit you with everything you need to fully enjoy your experience. Whether you’re biking on the 30+ miles of paved bike paths here in Sunriver, or exploring the spectacular mountain biking and winter sports throughout Central Oregon, we have what you need. (541) 593-2255 ⬥

Alpine Entertainment Open Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's Day! • Newly remodeled ice rink. • Open midNovember to early April. • Covered rink for Central Oregon’s best conditioned ice. Bring in this ad for a "buy one admission get the second of equal or lesser value free" (including rental skates). Blackout dates: Nov. 26-29th / Dec. 19 – Jan. 3rd. Expires March 1, 2016. For more info please call 541-593-5948 or visit 57100 Beaver Dr. Building #20, Sunriver ⬥ (541) 593-5948 ⬥

Nestled amongst Three Sisters, Broken Top and Mt. Bachelor, Elk Lake Resort's majestic mountain views are the perfect backdrop for cross­‑country skiing, snow shoeing, ice fishing and snowmobiling. Or simply come and relax in one of Oregon's most beautiful destination spots!

60000 Century Drive, Bend ⬥ (541) 480-7378 ⬥

For more than 35 years, Powder House has been Central Oregon’s premier ski and snow sports store. The friendly and knowledgeable staff is dedicated to providing you with the very best customer service. It is their goal to help you make your buying decisions and to increase your enjoyment on the snow. Powder House has the largest demo and rental center in Bend and offers a full service repair shop, including overnight waxing and repair.

311 SW Century Drive, Bend ⬥ (541) 389-6234 ⬥

Sun Mountain Fun Center Sun Mountain Fun Center is Central Oregon’s premier family fun center featuring 24 lanes of bowling, indoor bumper cars, 18 holes of mini-golf, go-karts, batting cages, a fun-packed arcade with redemption prizes, and a full-service restaurant featuring award-winning homemade pizza, along with a variety of healthy menu options for the whole family. At Sun Mountain Fun Center, we pride ourselves in providing a safe, clean environment where friends and family can enjoy quality time together having a great time. 300 River Mall Ave., Bend ⬥ (541) 382-6161 ⬥

The Pine Ridge Inn is Bend Oregon's premier boutique hotel offering spacious accommodations overlooking the Deschutes River and the Old Mill. Minutes from downtown and on the road to Mt. Bachelor, Pine Ridge Inn is at the heart of rich recreation and is fully equipped to accommodate all of your lodging needs. An active member of Unique Inns®, the Pine Ridge Inn is Bend's finest boutique hotel awaiting your next getaway to Central Oregon.

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When Kyla and Brandon Sauer visited Bend more than a dozen years ago, the words “upscale” and “boutique” weren't part of the lodging vocabulary. But after a recent stay in the urban-chic Oxford Hotel in the heart of downtown, the Seattle couple's impression of this formerly sleepy logging town was completely revamped. “It was upscale without the stuffiness,” Brandon recalled. “And the location was ideal. During our three days there, we walked everywhere.” They visited during the annual BendFilm Festival in October. The growing independent film event happens at theaters throughout Bend, from intimate downtown venues such as McMenamins Old St. Francis School to the historic Tower Theatre. “We had read a little about the festival and were really impressed by it,” Brandon recalled. “It had an upscale polish worthy of a big-city event but with a rare feeling of authenticity.” They plan to come back in summer and rent a charming little downtown bungalow from Bend Vacation Rentals. “With our own place we can experience Bend like locals and go hiking, biking, float the Deschutes River and walk to great craft brewpubs, restaurants, boutiques and outdoor concerts,” Kyla said.


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Basecamp for Adventure

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When Lisa and Ron Akin were looking for lodging in Central Oregon, they chose Tetherow, described online as “your basecamp for adventure.” “That's exactly what we were looking for–a place to set up shop for a few days, close to everything we knew Central Oregon had to offer,” Lisa said. The family of four from San Francisco had packed their vacation itinerary with whitewater rafting, mountain biking, hiking and other active pursuits. “At the new lodges, the mountain bike trails were literally right outside our door,” said Ron. “We could have ridden our bikes downtown for dinner, but we stopped at Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. because it was just so close.” Closer still was the Northwest cuisine at Tetherow Grill and casual fare at The Row. Each evening, they relaxed on their balcony overlooking the golf course and Bend. “The lodge was the perfect spot to come home to after each adventure-filled day.”

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After their annual weekend of RV camping for the Sisters Rodeo in June, Portland's Maureen and Monty Randolph discovered FivePine


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Lodge campus when they went to Three Creeks Brewery and the Sisters Movie House one night. They decided a luxury cabin at FivePine Lodge would be the way to go in 2015. “We could walk to the heart of Sisters and all the activities in minutes, yet feel like we were out in the wild at FivePine,” Maureen said. “The Shibui Spa at FivePine was delightful, too.” They are planning another trip with friends and family for hiking, fishing and taking in the acclaimed Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show in July. For that, they may opt for a fully-equipped cabin or home from Sisters Vacation Rentals or Cascade Vacation Rentals. Lake Creek Lodge or Metolius River Lodges are other possibilities. “I'm really looking forward to having a great time with family and buddies and phenomenal fishing along the Metolius,” said Monty.

The Cultural Hub

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Brian Palmer recalled planning a family vacation to the Kah-Nee-Ta Resort and Spa at Warm Springs that would be filled with fun, adventure and culture. Although it offers luxurious amenities and lodging, his son was immediately sold on the idea of staying in a giant canvas teepee, complete with a fire pit inside. “My wife, Sarah, wasn't sold on it at first, but when I told her about the spa, museum, thermal swimming pool–and that we'd also be staying in a luxurious lodge after just one night of 'roughing it,' she was definitely on board.” Throw in some opportunities for world-class fly-fishing on the Deschutes, a round of golf and horseback riding and Kah-Nee-Ta has everything for the memorable family getaway you've been dreaming about.


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“Two things helped us choose Rest easy. Central Oregon Central Oregon for our annual has plenty of fantastic places to stay. The most family trip in winter,” said Kay thorough directory of Merrell of Sacramento. “My lodging in Bend, Sunriver, husband and I wanted to ski Redmond and Sisters is on while the kids could work on their our website, where you'll snowboarding tricks in the halffind every option. pipe. We also wanted to stay near the slopes and have lots of resort Get the details at amenities.” Mt. Bachelor achieved goal one, and Mount Bachelor Keyword: LODGING Village Resort met goal two. “The best thing about Bachelor is the variety of terrain,” said Kay. “As for Mount Bachelor Village Resort, having a spacious condo unit where we could cook meals, watch movies, swim, hot tub and relax proved to be ideal and just about a 15-minute drive to the slopes.”

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With the resort's award-winning golf course and a couple dozen more a short drive away, Brian McLaughlin knew the golf would be world-class. It was the luxury cabin and hot tub with stunning views, fine dining, evenings around the fire pit and pool time that let him and his buddies forget the missed three-footers. “This year's trip and the whole vibe was a complete experience,” he said.

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Lisa Edwards was having a tough time planning her family reunion, until she discovered Sunriver Vacation Rentals. “The vacation home rentals had every amenity and could conveniently accommodate the 21 family members coming from all around the U.S. “I wanted to create great memories for everyone, and we did. We rafted, went to the High Desert Museum, played golf, rode horses, bicycled, fished, lounged at the pool and went to the waterpark. It was all easy, too–getting everyone to Sunriver, having the resort's terrific restaurants, its grocery stores, the glorious weather. The kids are already planning the fun for next year's reunion here.”

Rustic Getaway black butte ranch Black Butte Ranch is like coming home for John Kenyon Ellis of Seattle, who grew up coming here with his parents every summer, and most Christmases. “It was paradise then and still is,” John said. “Now I bring my own family along, and it's just wonderful.” There's golf on the Glaze Meadow and Big Meadow courses, the children get lots of pool time and bike seemingly endless trails. They uphold the family tradition of hikes to the top of Black Butte, along the scenic Metolius River, dinners at the lodge, visiting the shops and galleries in Sisters and having lunch at the intimate Cottonwood


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Cafe. “There's something in the air here that makes me slow down and enjoy every minute of the day. It's special.” said John.

Wed, Play and Stay ... In Luxury


With more than 300 sunny days a year, moderate temperatures, and fresh, country air, this region is a perfect wedding destination. The rugged, Western atmosphere plus the modern amenities of the area's luxury resorts are a winning combination. “Central Oregon is a remarkable place to get married,” said Kacie Stott of Stott Shots Photography in Redmond. “It's very easy to accommodate weddings any time of the year.” The bridal registry at Nicole Michelle in Bend offers gracious service so that every detail is in place when you arrive. Come a few days early for fun and luxurious spa treatments. Resort concierges will help organize all of the activities, from brewery and distillery tours to golf outings at award-winning golf courses. At night, gather with your group around a cozy bonfire, and make s'mores while everyone tells stories about the day's adventures and toasts the bride and groom.

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Destined for Adventure It’s easy to dream of tomorrow’s adventures when you’re wrapped in luxury at the area’s destination resorts. At Black Butte Ranch, the new, nearly $12 million Lakeside area offers a sleek pool, 24-person outdoor hot tub and a new bistro with spectacular views. The upgrades to the fitness facility and the new activity center and playground ensure the whole family will feel invigorated. Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa’s natural mineral waters offer fun and relaxation. Kids can swoop down two nearly 200-foot-long slides into double Olympic-sized hot springs mineral pools. The village hot springs pool is cooled in summer and heated to 92 degrees in winter. Mount Bachelor Village along the Deschutes River Trail is ideal for year-round hiking and snowshoeing. The Athletic Club of Bend there has everything from yoga and Pilates to strength training and blissful dance workouts, plus pools, Jacuzzis, tennis courts, and dining at Bistro 28. A vacation at Pronghorn is like a reunion with everything awesome. The luxury lodging embraces the outdoor lifestyle with outdoor living spaces, expansive views across lush golf fairways or ancient juniper groves, and where you can stroll to amenities including a new pool this spring. The state-of-the-art Riverhouse Hotel & Convention Center is on the banks of the Deschutes River and along the River’s Edge championship golf course. Outdoor events are a must here, with river-view patios and lawns nestled under old-growth ponderosa pines. The 30,000-square-foot convention center is LEED certified, too. Seventh Mountain Resort, adjacent to the Deschutes River and Widgi Creek golf course is the place for biking, hiking, whitewater rafting and kids camps in the summer, and ice skating, skiing and shopping in the winter. The heated pools and hot tubs are surrounded by peaks, meadows, culture, adventure, breweries, festivals and more. Tetherow Resort now offers 50 luxury rooms, fine dining and one of America’s Top 100 golf courses across the street from world-class mountain biking trails. Guests enjoy discounted green fees, free gear storage, shuttle service and more local perks.


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rom romantic river lodges and luxury cabins to vacation home rentals for the whole family, Sunriver has everything for an inspired escape. Connect with family and friends at one of the highestrated resorts in the West. Or, tap into the convenience and luxury of renting the perfect vacation home-away-from-home. Sunriver Vacation Home Rentals From stylish mountain retreats to cozy, familyfriendly homes, property rental companies offer hundreds of choices, prices and pet-friendly options too. With hot tubs, kitchens, patios, game rooms and garages stocked with bicycles and recreation equipment, they’re perfect for groups, families and “togethering” on vaction. Sunriver Resort All guest rooms are of premium quality, have been newly renovated and are close to the grand main lodge, restaurants, cafés, shops, pools, hot tubs, tennis and the Sage Springs Club & Spa. Caldera Springs The ultimate luxury mountain lodging. These cabins and homes include special privileges such as access to the Lake House, where you can launch a canoe or kayak and play Caldera Links, a 9-hole executive course. Lodge Village Unwind in the finest Pacific Northwest style and quality. Stone and wood accents create a rustic and soothing atmosphere, and some are pet friendly, too. River Lodges Slip into the softest cotton robe, take in the views, luxuriate beside the fireplace. Other amenities include double marble vanities, soaking tubs and triple-sheeted beds.

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Destination Resorts

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Black Butte Ranch

An 1,800-acre destination community located seven miles west of Sisters on Highway 20, nestled beneath the Cascade Mountain range with sweeping views of Three Sisters, Mt. Washington, Black Butte, Broken Top, Three Fingered Jack and Mt. Jefferson. The family-friendly property offers two championship golf courses, four swimming pools, award-winning restaurants, full-service spa and four-season recreational opportunities.

Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa

Just two hours from Portland and an hour from Redmond on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation. The lodge guest rooms with private balconies and the Village Rooms with kitchenettes also accept pets. Both include admission to the Hot Springs Pool. Teepees offer a true Native American experience. Full hook-up RV sites for motorhomes, travel trailers, tent trailers, trucks with campers and fifth wheels.

Mount Bachelor Village

Choose a hotel room, a river-view condo or vacation rental home. Enjoy indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, free use of cruiser bikes, nearby golf courses, the Deschutes River scenic walking trail, hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country ski trails. Plus a 5,400-square-foot conference center.

N estled alon g th e Deschutes River in Bend, the hotel and convention center is home to River's Edge Golf Course, a par-72 championship course named by Golf Digest as among the “Best Places to Play.” Indoor and outdoor pools and spas, fitness center, tennis courts, Deschutes River trails and a free full breakfast each morning.

Seventh Mountain Resort

Located just five miles from Bend, it is the closest lodging to Mt. Bachelor 14 miles away. A premier location for biking, hiking, whitewater rafting, kids camps and horseback riding, ice skating, skiing and shopping. The heated pools and hot tubs are open year-round. Here, you will be encircled by peaks, lakes, meadows, culture, adventure, breweries, festivals and family fun.

Sunriver Resort

AAA Four Diamond Resort, guest rooms to six-bedroom homes, 63-holes of golf, spa, stables, marina, dining, in an authentic setting rich in history. The resort is integrated into an environment of natural beauty and endless activities. Find adventure, discovery, relaxation, inspiration and lasting and treasured memories. A signature property of the Destination Hotels & Resorts collection.



Luxury lodging overlooking the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. With fine restaurants and amenities such as pools and hot tubs. Each two- to four-bedroom residence is appointed with exceptional interiors including gourmet kitchens, private patios with fire pits and barbeques, original artwork, home theater systems and full concierge services. Customize any package to fit your family's needs.


Riverhouse Hotel & Convention Center

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The new Tetherow Lodges feature fabulous accommodations overlooking the resort's award-winning David McLay Kidd championship golf course and westward toward the Cascade Range. Expect a distinctive experience at this “luxury base camp” just off the road to Mt. Bachelor and minutes from downtown Bend and the Old Mill District.


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Only 4 miles from downtown Bend! Good Sam 2015 rating 9/l 0/l 0 No memberships, dues or yearly fees Open to: class A, B & C motorhomes, travel trailers, truck campers and 5th wheels • Seasonal amenities such as: spa, tennis, wi-fi, gas firepits, laundry and more • All sites large, landscaped and big-rig friendly


60801 Brosterhous Road • Bend, OR 97702


Come take one of the most beautiful drives in Central Oregon! Sisters, Oregon

Tee Times 541.549.4653 Brand 33 Restaurant 541.549.3663



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Mount Bachelor Village Resort 19717 Mt. Bachelor Dr., Bend 97702 (866) 328-8915


Pronghorn 65600 Pronghorn Club Dr., Bend 97701 (541) 693-5300


Riverhouse Hotel and Convention Center 3075 N. Business 97, Bend 97701 (866) 453-4479


Seventh Mountain Resort 18575 SW Century Dr., Bend 97702 (866) 976-2482




Sunriver Resort 17600 Center Dr., Sunriver 97707 (800) 386-1926 Tetherow 61240 Skyline Ranch Rd., Bend 97701 (541) 388-2582

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◆ A Bend Cottage Experience LLC All cottages close to downtown Bend (541) 480-8133


◊ Alpenglow Vacation Rentals 1712 NE Sonya Ct., Bend 97701 (541) 385-7100


◊ Bend Dutch Vacation Rentals 777 Wall St. #106, Bend 97701 (866) 322-0218


■ Bend Inn and Suites 15 NE Butler Market Rd., Bend 97701 (541) 388-4114


■ Bend Quality Inn 20600 Grandview Dr., Bend 97701 (541) 318-0848


■ Bend Riverside Inn & Suites 1565 NW Wall St., Bend 97701 (800) 284-2363


■ Bend Three Sisters Inn and Suites 721 NE 3rd St., Bend 97701 (541) 382-1515


◊ Bend Vacation Rentals 377 SW Century Dr. Ste. 207, Bend 97702 (541) 385-9492


▲ Bend/Sisters Garden RV Resort 67667 Hwy. 20, Bend 97701 (541) 516-3036


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◊ Desert Pine Properties PO Box 2306, Bend 97709 (541) 388-9973


■ Double Tree by Hilton Bend 300 NW Franklin Ave., Bend 97701 (541) 317-9292



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■ Econo Lodge 437 NE 3rd St., Bend 97701 (541) 382-7711


▲ Elk Lake Resort 60000 Century Dr., Bend 97701 (541) 480-7378


■ Entrada Lodge 19221 Century Dr., Bend 97702 (541) 382-4080


■ Fairfield Inn and Suites 1626 NW Wall St., Bend 97701 (541) 318-1747



■ Hilton Garden Inn 425 SW Bluff Dr., Bend 97702 (541) 617-6111




■ McMenamins Old St. Francis School 700 NW Bond St., Bend 97701 (541) 382-5174

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■ Hampton Inn and Suites Bend 730 SW Columbia, Bend 97702 (541) 388-3000


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◊ Lucky Vacation Rental 740 NE 3rd St. Ste. 3 #222, Bend 97701 (541) 383-1780

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� The Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast 642 NW Colorado Ave., Bend 97701 (541) 389-9198

■ Days Inn Bend 849 NE 3rd St., Bend 97701 (541) 383-3776

� Lara House Bed & Breakfast 640 NW Congress Bend 97701 (541) 388-4064

■ Comfort Inn and Suites 62065 SE 27th St., Bend 97701 (541) 617-9696

■ La Quinta Inn 61200 S. Hwy. 97, Bend 97702 (541) 388-2227


◊ Great Bend Vacation Rentals 18575 SW Century Dr. Bend 97701 (541) 480-2700

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◊ Bright Mountain Ranch 18550 Coven Market Rd., Bend 97701 (541) 639-6068

■ Dunes Motel 1515 NE 3rd St., Bend 97701 (541) 382-6811

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■ My Place Hotel 55 SW Bond St., Bend 97701 (541) 213-2108


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The beauty of Bend and the comfort of Marriott. For Business or Pleasure For a Day or a month

755 SW 13th Place Bend, Oregon 541- 382-5006 • 800 -257- 3000

1626 NW Wall Street Bend, Oregon 541-318 -1747 • 800 -228 -2800

The Beauty of Bend and the Comfort of Marriott. For Business or Pleasure For a Day or a Month

755 SW 13th Place Bend, OR 97702 Bend, Oregon 541-382-5006 • 800 -228 -2800



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■ The Pine Ridge Inn 1200 SW Century Dr., Bend (800) 600-4095


■ Red Lion Hotel Bend 1415 NE 3rd St., Bend 97701 (541) 382-7011


■ Rodeway Inn & Suites 904 SE 3rd St., Bend 97702 (800) 999-8143


■ Shilo Inn Suites Hotel 3105 O.B. Riley Rd., Bend 97701 (800) 222-2244


■ Sleep Inn of Bend 600 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend 97701 (541) 330-0050


■ Super 8 Bend 1275 S. 3rd St., Bend 97702 (541) 388-6888


■ TownePlace Suites 755 SW 13th Place, Bend 97702 (541) 382-5006


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■ The Oxford Hotel 10 NW Minnesota Ave., Bend 97701 (877) 440-8436

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■ Camp Sherman Motel 25635 SW Forest Service Rd. 1419, Camp Sherman 97730 (541) 595-6514


▲ Lake Creek Lodge 13375 SW Forest Service Rd. 1419, Camp Sherman 97730 (800) 797-6331


▲ Metolius River Lodges 12390 SW Forest Service Rd. 1419, PO Box 110, Camp Sherman 97730


(541) 595-6290

▲ Metolius River Resort 25551 SW Forest Service Rd. 1419, Camp Sherman 97730 (541) 595-6281



■ Sunview Motel & Resort P.O. Box 1331, 5010 SW Clubhouse Rd., Crooked River Ranch 97760


(800) 282-0944


� Wilson Ranches Retreat B&B 16555 Butte Creek Rd., Fossil 97830 (866) 763-2227



■ Best Western Newberry Station 16515 Reed Rd., PO Box 2820, La Pine 97739 (541) 536-5130


� DiamondStone Guest Lodges B&B/Vacation Rentals 16693 Sprague Loop, La Pine 97739 (541) 536-6263



■ Imperial River Company 304 Bakeoven Rd., Maupin 97037 (800) 395-3903



◊ The Painted Hills Vacation Rentals Mitchell 97750 (541) 462-3921


PRINEVILLE Prineville Chamber Call for lodging referral (541) 447-6304 REDMOND

■ Best Western Plus Rama Inn 2630 SW 17th Place, Redmond 97756 (541) 548-8080 ■ Redmond Rentals, by SellMyTimeshareNow (877) 815-4227


■ Motel 6 Redmond 2247 S. Hwy. 97, Redmond 97756 (800) 466-8356


■ Redmond Inn 1545 S. Hwy. 97, Redmond 97756 (800) 833-3259


■ Sleep Inn & Suites 1847 N. Hwy. 97, Redmond 97756 (541) 504-1500


■ Super 8 Redmond 3629 SW 21st Pl., Redmond 97756 (541) 548-8881


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Discover Sunriver Vacation Rentals

Mountain Resort Properties

Take advantage of the benefits in staying with Discover Sunriver Vacation Rentals. Our homes range in sizes from 1-7 bedrooms and styles from cabins to luxury vacation homes. Guests cook in their own fullyequipped kitchen or barbecue on the deck. Enjoy time in a private hot tub, sauna or in the game room. Rentals include free Wi-Fi and cable.

Experience your next Sunriver vacation rental with Mountain Resort Properties. More than 100 family friendly homes and condos to choose from! Free Nights, Free SHARC Access, Free Wi-Fi Available, Pet-friendly homes, Discounted Lift Tickets, Golf Discounts & Dining & Recreation Discounts. If you are planning a family vacation, reunion or just a weekend getaway, we are here to make this your BEST vacation ever! Contact us Today

57100 Beaver Dr., Sunriver Village Mall #7, Sunriver ⬥ (877) 929-9604 ⬥ ⬥ (800) 346-6337 ⬥

Lara House Bed and Breakfast

Sunriver offers thousands of acres of outdoor activities such as swimming, biking, tennis and golf along with dining, shopping and entertainment in the renovated Village at Sunriver. Cascara Vacation Rentals helps you enjoy all that Sunriver has by offering a wide selection of homes, condos and cabins in Sunriver and Caldera Springs, many with FREE, UNLIMITED SHARC access. Vacation. Where the Fondest Memories are Made. In the Village at Sunriver ⬥ (541) 595-6290 ⬥

Lara House Bed and Breakfast is a 1910 craftsman, that offers a unique and luxury experience for adults in Downtown Bend. The Lara House overlooks Drake Park and the Deschutes River and is only two blocks from boutique shops and restaurants. Our six guest rooms are each different with their own private craftsman style bathroom. Included in your stay is a multi course breakfast, complimentary bottled waters, sodas and freshly baked cookies.

640 NW Congress St, Bend ⬥ (541) 388-4064 ⬥

Seventh Mountain Resort

Great Bend Vacation Rentals We are ready to serve you and your traveling party with over 20 beautiful condos on the ridge above the Deschutes River in Bend, Oregon. All condos with fully equipped kitchens, cozy fireplace, private patio with a view, and easy access to river trails. We also offer pet friends condos. Affordable, comfortable and very clean! Ask about our favorite things to do and see in beautiful Central Oregon. Please call us for our last minute booking specials. 20223 Sawyer Reach Ct., Bend ⬥ (541) 480-2700 ⬥

Red Lion Bend Red Lion Inn & Suites Bend – Located in the heart of Bend. Nearby, you will find golf courses, the High Desert Museum, and historic downtown Bend, OR. Outdoor enthusiasts will find biking and hiking trails, rivers, lakes, and Mt. Bachelor ski resort. We provide “friendly service, locally inspired” for our guests and 75 non-smoking guestrooms. Seasonal outdoor pool, fitness facility, and complimentary breakfast with every stay. We are pet friendly, too!

1415 NE Third Street, Bend ⬥ (541) 382-7011 ⬥

Located just five miles from Bend, it is the closest lodging to Mt. Bachelor 14 miles away. A premier location for biking, hiking, whitewater rafting, kids camps and horseback riding, ice skating, skiing and shopping. The heated pools and hot tubs are open year-round. Here, you will be encircled by peaks, lakes, meadows, culture, adventure, breweries, festivals and family fun.

18575 SW Century Drive, Bend ⬥ (877) 765-1501 ⬥

Bend Riverside Inn & Suites Great accommodations, the perfect spot in the perfect place. Nestled on five acres along the banks of the Deschutes River and in the backyard of Oregon's best playground. The river trail is steps from your door and downtown is walking distance. So relax, let yourself be lulled to sleep by the river's whisper. After all, you didn't come to Bend to hear traffic. "Rivers sound better than traffic."

1565 NW Wall Street, Bend ⬥ (800) 284.2363 ⬥

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■ Best Western Ponderosa Lodge 500 Hwy 20 W, Sisters 97759 (541) 549-1234


� Blue Spruce Bed & Breakfast 444 S. Spruce St., Sisters 97759 (541) 549-9644


◊ Cascade Vacation Rentals 581 N. Larch, PO Box 459, Sisters 97759 (541) 549-0792


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� Long Hollow Ranch 71105 Holmes Rd., Sisters 97759 (541) 923-1901



■ Sisters Inn and Suites 605 Arrowleaf Trail, Sisters 97759 (541) 549-7829 ■ Sisters Motor Lodge 511 W. Cascade Ave., Sisters 97759 (541) 549-2551

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◊ Sisters Vacation Rentals P.O. Box 367, Sisters 97759 (541) 977-9898

▲ The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse 13300 Hwy. 20, Sisters 97759


◊ Bennington Properties, LLC 56842 Venture Lane, PO Box 3367, Sunriver 97707 (866) 628-1303


◊ Cascara Vacation Rentals PO Box 4518, Sunriver 97707 (800) 531-1130


◊ Discover Sunriver Vacation Rentals 57100 Beaver Dr., Sunriver Village Mall 7, Sunriver 97707


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◊ Mountain Resort Properties—Sunriver Vacation Rentals 57084 Grizzly Lane, PO Box 3508, Sunriver 97707 (800) 346-6337

◆ StoneRidge Townhomes at Sunriver 1 Peppermill Circle, PO Box 3938, Sunriver 97707 (800) 255-2506


◊ Sunriver Vacation Homes LLC Sunriver (541) 480-6182 ◊ Sunset Lodging in Sunriver 57100 Beaver Dr., Village Mall, Building 5, Sunriver 97707 (800) 541-1756

$99-$489 $88-$1,092

◊ Vacasa Vacation Rentals (541) 728-3921 ◊ Village Properties 56835 Venture Lane, Ste. 109, Sunriver 97707 (877) 600-5690



■ Panacea at the Canyon 15580 SW FS Road, Terrebonne 97760 (541) 604-6158


△ Cove Palisades State Park 7300 Jordan Rd., Culver 97734 (541) 546-3412

$16-$85 69'

△ Crooked River Ranch RV Park 5195 SW Club House Rd., Terrebonne 97760 (800) 841-5063

$25-$40 50'

△ Crown Villa RV Resort 60801 Brosterhous Rd., Bend 97702 (866) 500-5300

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△ Deschutes Expo Center RV Park 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond 97756 (541) 585-1569

$20-$32 60'

$35-$500 50’

△ Hidden Pines RV Park 52158 Elderberry Lane, La Pine 97739 (541) 536-0500 △ Hoodoo Campgrounds (541) 822-3799


△ Prineville Reservoir State Park 19020 SE Parkland Dr., Prineville 97754 (541) 447-4363

$16-$87 54'

△ Scandia RV Park 61415 S. Hwy. 97, Bend 97702 (541) 382-6206

$21-$48 45'

△ Sisters Creekside Campground Locust St., Sisters 97759 (541) 549-6022


△ Smith Rock State Park 9241 NE Crooked River Dr., Terrebonne 97760 (541) 548-7501 $5pp/per night △ Tumalo State Park 64120 O.B. Riley Rd., Bend 97701 (541) 388-6055


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Bend Dutch Vacation Rentals

We’re all guests here. Discover the newly remodeled Riverhouse on the Deschutes. We’ve reconsidered every room and every detail to provide an experience as stunning as the Central Oregon wilderness. Enjoy updated accommodations, world-class dining, and expert service amidst breathtaking scenery. Come live the sophisticated elegance of the high desert life and leave refreshed and inspired.

Stay in a luxury home or a cottage! As a boutique vacation rental company, Bend Dutch offers many homes in downtown Bend and the walkable West side. Our homes place you close to shopping, restaurants, breweries, events and skiing. Many of our homes are pet friendly and offer hot tubs. We are here for your vacation or long term stay. Book online or call us for “your home away from home.”

(866) 322-0218 ⬥

3075 U.S. 97 Business, Bend ⬥ (541) 389-3111 ⬥

The Oxford Hotel Capturing the warm hospitality and adventurous heart of Bend, the OXFORD hotel welcomes travelers amid a backdrop of snow-covered peaks and the high desert plateaus of Central Oregon. Downtown Bend's only boutique hotel fuses an eco-friendly design and convenient downtown location with luxurious amenities and incomparable service. Rated a 2015 Top 6 US Hotel by TripAdvisor. Complimentary electric car charging available for guests.

10 NW Minnesota Ave, Bend ⬥ (877) 440-8436 ⬥

Desert Pine Properties Winter is Coming – book your Ski and Stay Package Today! New this winter, you can also add highperformance ski rentals and boots into your package that will be delivered and in your room upon arrival! Located on the road to Mt. Bachelor, packages at the Pine Ridge Inn combine lift tickets to the largest ski resort in the Pacific Northwest with well-appointed suites overlooking the Deschutes River, within walking distance to the Old Mill District and close to Downtown Bend. Ask about our Kids Ski Free and Ski/Stay Free packages!

(541) 388-9973 ⬥

Mount Bachelor Village Resort Situated above the spectacular Deschutes River and minutes from downtown Bend and the Old Mill District, you will find one of Bend’s best kept secrets. Mount Bachelor Village Resort offers an array of overnight accommodations, a full-service conference center, endless recreational opportunities with easy access to the Cascade Lakes Highway, and just 19 miles to Mt. Bachelor. If you are looking for your next family or group getaway, look no further! 19717 Mt. Bachelor Dr., Bend ⬥ (877) 328-8915 ⬥

Metolius River Lodges From the moment you arrive at the Metolius River Lodges (13 cabins on the banks of the river) you can feel the weight of the world melting away. 15 miles northwest of Sisters, wood & gas fireplaces, 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms, 800-595-6290 CASCADE HOME & VACATION RENTALS is available for full-time or vacation rentals in Central Oregon. The staff includes expertise in leasing, management and maintenance. metolius river lodges ⬥ (541) 595-6290 cascade vacation rentals ⬥ (877) 540-1086

Bend Vacation Rentals

StoneRidge Townhomes at Sunriver StoneRidge Townhomes at Sunriver offers vacation rentals in 2 or 3 bedroom spacious and beautifully furnished townhomes. Guests have full access to the resort amenities including on site management, clubhouse with pool, steam room, sauna, exercise room, bicycles and two tennis courts. A private setting with convenient access to the Village at Sunriver. Call StoneRidge Townhomes at 800-255-2506 to secure your next vacation. 1 Peppermill Circle, Sunriver ⬥

There's no better way to enjoy a fun and relaxing vacation in beautiful Bend, Oregon, than staying in a private home. We specialize in elegantly appointed homes on Bend's desirable west side. Our vacation rentals are convenient to world class mountain biking, alpine and nordic skiing and recreation on the Deschutes River. Many of our homes have hot tubs, views, gourmet kitchens, fireplaces, Wi/Fi, cable and are pet friendly. Bend Vacation Rentals is the only vacation rental company in Bend that has partnered with Mt Bachelor for discount ski tickets. We are here for your long term and corporate stays. Book online or call us. (877) 385-9492 ⬥

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Village Resort 79 Riverhouse Hotel & Convention Center 79 Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center 80 Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa 80 Pronghorn 80 Tetherow 81 Weddings 82 Event Space


Inspire and invigorate your guests amid remarkable views, exciting golf and adventurous offerings for an event that creates a lasting impact.

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Sunriver Resort

Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center

Corporate Events & Weddings

Special Events

Meetings and Retreats

The work-hard, play-hard vibe of Central Oregon makes it ideal for effective business retreats and fabulous weddings, too.


ake the elements that make up the quality of life here— biking, fishing, skiing, hiking and paddling—and add them to your next business retreat agenda. The area's state-ofthe-art facilities will help keep your staff focused, and the destination will be the reward that will keep them inspired

while energized to create.

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Mount Bachelor Village Resort


This resort conference center offers 5,000 square feet of flexible meeting and banquet space and all meeting rooms boast floor-to-ceiling windows framing stellar surroundings. The covered pavilion with radiant heat, lights and sound and the outdoor patio add another 3,000 square feet that is perfect for receptions or al fresco dining.

Sunriver Resort captures the spirit of the Pacific Northwest and

Riverhouse Hotel & Convention Center

the hearts of meeting planners everywhere. One of the nation's

The only 36,000-square-foot space on the Deschutes River for events, with a 16,000-square-foot ballroom and a nearly 14,000-square-foot exhibition hall. It is the largest meeting space east of the Cascade Mountains, and the third-largest in Oregon, with services and amenities to accommodate up to 1,200 guests.

top golf destinations also boasts premier meeting facilities, “Four Diamond” service and the largest resort conference center in the Northwest. That's why it is a top annual venue choice for many global organizations.

Black Butte Ranch Resort


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Small group meetings and events are a big priority for Black Butte

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Ranch, especially now with their new $11.5M lodge, featuring a

Strategically located at the hub of the tri-county area, the Expo Center plays host to a wide range of events, including concerts, sporting events, automotive shows, trade shows, weddings, reunions and more. The venue offers spectacular panoramic views of the Cascades, meticulously manicured grounds and more than 100 acres of parking.

gorgeous lakeside pool, bistro, fitness facility, recreation center and more. Located just eight miles from the charming Western-themed town of Sisters, Black Butte Ranch offers a spectacular setting for executive retreats, reunions and weddings.

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More than 15,000 square feet of meeting space and accommodations for up to 300, with fine and casual dining, a spa, two pools, an 18-hole championship golf course, and a range of recreational activities. Plus gaming nearby at the new Indian Head Casino.

Pronghorn bend With nationally renowned golf courses and unparalleled dining and spa treatments, Pronghorn offers a one-of-a-kind experience. Discover why Travel + Leisure voted it the “#1 Golf Community in the Country” by playing through its Jack Nicklaus Signature Course. Enjoy opulent accommodations along the 18th hole, in a junior suite or in multibedroom accommodations.

Tetherow bend Express the personality and style of your event at this premium resort, with its David McLay Kidd championship golf course, new Tetherow Lodges, staggering views of the Cascades, and endless mountain biking trails at its doorstep. Right off the road to Mt. Bachelor and minutes from downtown and the Old Mill District, with seating for up to 250, and 400 in a social setting.

Riverhouse Hotel & Convention Center


Meet in Central Oregon Just click “Request Proposal” and you can create your own electronic Request for Proposal (RFP) with all of the key details about your event. You will be able to send the RFP to hotels, restaurants, event venues, and service providers of your choice. Those suppliers then respond with a full proposal including a quote or call 800-800-8334. Get the details at Keyword: MEETINGS


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The Best Setting for Your Wedding

Great Hall Sunriver Resort

finding the perfect destination

authentic style and convenience

Californian Chelsea Harding knew what she wanted for her wedding–spectacular scenery that would be easy to reach for family and friends across the country. She found it in Central Oregon, which offered destination resorts, boutique hotels, a vineyard and other venues offering endless views, impeccable service and accommodations to suit a diversity of guests. Looking back on her wedding at Black Butte Ranch with full views of Mt. Washington and the Three Sisters mountains, Chelsea said, “It was so perfect. It certainly made saying 'I do' so memorable.”

Janet Breyer of Denver wanted to get married in Bend, where she grew up. She chose the back garden at McMenamins Old St. Francis School. The historic downtown school was turned into a brewpub, hotel and cottages, where her guests stayed. “It was so intimate and romantic, plus it was easy for our guests to explore Bend,” she said.

wedded to outdoor fun Gabi Duarte of Portland wanted everyone at her autumn wedding weekend to join in the outdoor activities that she and her fiance love. That's why they chose Sunriver Resort. “The air is different there–clean and beautiful,” Gabi said. “We love to hike, standup paddle on the Deschutes and go biking. At the Oregon Observatory in Sunriver, we saw the moons of Jupiter for the first time, which was very special for us.” After all of the fun outdoors, the Great Hall, a historic structure made of huge timbers, the perfect setting for the celebration, she said.

unbridled luxury The national buzz about Central Oregon in major media from Travel + Leisure to The New York Times, gave Stephanie Callicott of Los Angeles the idea of having her wedding here. She selected a sunset ceremony at the new wedding island at Pronghorn, set on 640 acres surrounded by the stunning views of the Cascades. A stone-lined bridge connects to the 7,000-square-foot island in a lake on the world-class golf course, providing a dramatic entrance for the bride amid panoramic views. “Every detail was absolutely unparalleled, and the island was the pinnacle of luxury and privacy,” Stephanie said.

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Event Space

For additional group services visit our website or call (800) 800-8334

* Bank of the Cascades Event Center and Barn Complex ** Plus outdoor lawn area + Plus courtyard ++ Plus exhibit hall




Aspen Lakes Golf Course Sisters (541) 549-4653




Bend Golf & Country Club Bend (541) 382-3261




Bend Inn & Suites Bend (541) 388-4114




Bend Parks & Recreation (541) 389-7275


5 plus 17 parks/shelters

Bend Three Sisters Inn & Suites Bend (541) 382-1515




Best Western Newberry Station La Pine (800) 210-8616 (541) 536-5130




Black Butte Ranch 7 miles west of Sisters (800) 452-7455 (541) 595-6211



100+ vacation rentals

Broken Top Club Bend (541) 383-8200




Comfort Inn & Suites Bend (866) 326-0271 (541) 617-9696




Comfort Suites Redmond (541) 504-8900




Deschutes Brewery Public House—The Tap Room Bend (541) 312-6946




Deschutes Brewery—The Mountain Room Bend (541) 312-6946




Deschutes Expo, Three Sisters Conference Center Redmond (541) 548-2711




DiamondStone Guest Lodges/The Homestead La Pine (541) 536-6263




DoubleTree by Hilton Bend (888) 291-4764 (541) 317-9292




Entrada Lodge Bend (541) 382-4080




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The Museum At Warm Springs

Take the Time to Visit in 2015! Open Daily Tuesday - Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m 2189 Highway 26 h Warm Springs, Oregon h 541-553-3331

The Museum At Warm Springs

Stop by The Museum Gift Shop featuring beautiful, collectible, hand-crafted art and adornments from Warm Springs artists. Memberships and Sponsorships Available.

In a place we call the Metolius Basin It’s a different world over here on the east side of the Oregon Cascades. First there is the river...beginning as a spring bubbling out of a mossy hillside. It flows under a tall canopy of old growth ponderosa pines, larch, fir, and cedar. Fly fishing, camping, hiking, mountain biking, and wildlife viewing are favored pastimes. For more info visit


You are tired of that same old Mexican restaurant - and so are we. That is why Hola! prides itself on the freshest ingredients, the most unique flavor combinations and the finest tequilas for truly unforgettable margaritas. Join us today at one of our five location. It is time to say adios to boring, and Hola! to delicious.

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As Bend’s premier Mexican Style Ale, Tranquilo Especial MSA is a light, crisp and easy drinking ale that goes well with any style of food!

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Central Oregon attracts some of the most creative chefs who apply their talents to the region's bounty of fresh local ingredients.

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Central Oregon's Top Chefs

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Media such as The New York Times, The Boston Globe and USA Today have been atwitter lately about the fresh new culinary endeavors here. Find out why. Enjoying the good things in life is what Central Oregon is all about. After a day of fun, a full menu of dining possibilities offers diverse cuisines and atmospheres, from casual to elegant.

and lunch. For great Northwest fare, there's 900 Wall in

family friendly Got the whole family with you? No problem.

Grill, Broken Top Club and Pronghorn. For a sweet treat, stop

Golf clubs with exceptional dinner menus include Tetherow

Try Baldy's Barbeque, McMenamins Old St. Francis Pub, Red Robin, Pastini Pasteria, Bistro 28, and Trailhead Grill at Pronghorn. For breakfast, you can't go wrong with McKay Cottage in Bend. For lunch, head to Village Bar & Grill in Sunriver. In Sisters, try Three Creeks Brewery.

by Goody’s, try the coveted ocean roll at Sparrow Bakery or

a tour de gourmet A good part of Central Oregon is

firmly taken root here, with food carts in every Central Oregon

rolling ranch country. So what better way to start a gourmet tour than with a satisfying steak dinner at Carson’s American Kitchen in Sunriver or Brand 33 at Aspen Lakes. If it's seafood you're after, there's Anthony's in Bend's Old Mill District offering a “surf’n’turf” with freshly caught fish flown in daily. Traditional American classics are the specialty of Greg's Grill in the Old Mill District, and the venerable Pine Tavern in the heart of downtown Bend with its popular scones and honey-butter starters. The new Craft Kitchen & Brewery puts a southern flare on locally-sourced foods. For Cajun-inspired meals, try Zydeco in downtown Bend. Cottonwood Cafe in Sisters offers breakfast


downtown Bend and for inspired comfort food head to Drake.

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natural artisan gelato at Bonta.

food cart culture Once there were just a couple of food carts located only in downtown Bend. The food cart culture that has become a culinary phenomenon across the country has city. The cart scene offers everything from chicken wings to Thai, authentic German food, fish and chips, comfort food, jumbo sandwiches and more.

culinary immersion Cascade Culinary Institute's Jungers Culinary Center, an impressive modern building on the Central Oregon Community College campus, rivals the facilities of top television foodie programs. Aspiring chefs learn every aspect of the culinary arts in state-of-the-art kitchens including a demonstration theater. Students share their talents at the institute’s restaurant, Elevation,




Local Knowledge Travis Taylor Executive Chef Sunriver Resort

Travis Taylor’s philosophy is simple: buy the best ingredients, create lasting relationships with your producers, be true to the region and seasons, surround yourself with likeminded people, and above all, have fun. In 2014, he was the winner of the Bite of Bend and Iron Chef Oregon competitions. When he isn’t in the kitchen, he can be found running on Bend’s beautiful trails with his fiancée. When friends visit, depending on the season, going to ride at Mt. Bachelor, flyCarson’s American Kitchen

fishing on the Fall River or golfing at Crooked River Ranch is always on the top of the list.

The Riverhouse

Smith Rock is also a great place to take friends as well. My favorite thing about Central Oregon is all of the outdoor recreation options. There are so many great things to do here, and if you dress appropriately, you can do most of them year-round.


where menus offer three-course lunches and dinners highlighting local ingredients. The restaurant closes for holiday breaks and reservations are recommended at

innovative eats Find the culinary road less traveled with these one-ofa-kind restaurants. 5 Fusion & Sushi Bar is known for Japanese and Korean flavors at lunch, dinner and happy hour with small plates such as beef sliders with kimchi slaw, arugula and wasabi aioli. Terrebonne Depot, housed in a former train station more than a century old, serves new American cuisine amid unmatched views of Smith Rock State Park. At The Oxford Hotel, take the

elevator to the subterranean level for 10 Below, serving urban-chic organic fare that doesn't compromise taste. For nouveau Mexican-Peruvian dishes such as ceviche of ahi in citrus yellow chile and red onions with Peruvian corn and sweet yams, head to Hola! in Bend, Sunriver and Redmond. El Corporal Family Mexican Restaurant offers quality Mexican food with locations in Bend, Tumalo and Sunriver. Find innovative ethnic delights like shwarma and falafel at Kebaba, where they also cater to special dietary needs. Marcello’s Cucina Italiana has long been a cornerstone of fine dining in Sunriver, offering contemporary and traditional Italian food in a family-friendly setting.



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go or stay, there's plenty to choose from at the hipster quick-stop Pizza Mondo in downtown Bend. Also try Panini’s fresh, hand-tossed pizza in Sunriver. For savory gluten-free options, try 10 Barrel Brewing Company in Bend.

Don't forget that the area's breweries are a great option for families, offering a kid-friendly atmosphere with a local vibe. To see what's put Central Oregon on the craft beer map, swing by Bend Brewing Company, Crux Fermentation Project, Deschutes Brewery, 10 Barrel Brewing Company, Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. Lodge, Silver Moon Brewing and Worthy Brewing in Bend. Redmond has Cascade Lake Brewing's 7th Street Brew House. In Sisters, head to Three Creeks Brewing. Staying in Sunriver? You can keep it local and convenient at the Sunriver Brewing Company or The Living Room bar overlooking the Meadows Golf Course, with the best summertime views in Sunriver. At Tetherow, in addition to The Grill, a casual venue called The Row features comfort food and a place to share tales of great golf.

culinary tours Stimulate your curiosity as well as your palate with out-of-the-ordinary culinary tours. At Bendistillery in Bend and at Maragas Winery in Culver, meet the distillers and winemakers to discover the artisan processes behind fabulous flavor profiles. Or do a Well Traveled Fork tour to stops such as Pono Farms & Fine Meats, Tumalo Farms for gourmet goat cheeses, Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards for wine tasting, and Eberhard's Dairy.


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Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards terrebonne 70450 NW Lower Valley Dr. (541) 526-5075

Maragas Winery culver 15523 US Hwy. 97 (541) 546-5464 Oregon Spirit Distillers bend 740 NE 1st St. (541) 382-0002

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Tapping Into Central Oregon The region's craft breweries, winemakers and artisan distillers offer plenty to toast


ith more than two dozen craft breweries around the area, Bend is officially a beer lover’s destination. Bend is a leader in the number of breweries per capita and the dizzying styles. This trend also inspired a vanguard of craft distillers creating smallbatch bourbon, gin and more spirits, and cideries fermenting Northwest fruit. With all these options, the only real question is where to start and when to stop. Here’s a guide to the musts. brewpubs There's no wrong way to do a tasting tour of Central Oregon's craft scene. While most bars and restaurants have local ales on tap, it's also great to go right to the source. Deschutes Brewery, Bend’s first craft brew pub, is a great place to start. The pub in the heart of downtown has expanded greatly since it opened in 1988 and tours are offered at its nearby brewery. Continue the experience at Bend’s Silver Moon Brewing, which brings an eclectic style to its signature and medalwinning brews such as Get Sum Pale Ale. Bend Brewing Co. is a locals’ favorite, with a patio for summer sipping and a cozy interior for quaffing malty seasonal ales. It’s just a short jaunt to another craft phenom, Crux Fermentation Project, with an indoor-outdoor dining area and a popular patio flanked by a large lawn, a perfect spot for families. Worthy Brewing, on Bend’s east side, is another favorite among locals. A beer garden outside lets you enjoy their artisan pizzas and beers next to crackling fires and twinkling lights. In Redmond at the 7th Street Brew House, the original pub of


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Cascade Lakes Brewing Co., sample the Monkey Face Porter, named for the world famous spire at Smith Rock. tasting tours Leave the driving and thinking to someone else so you can focus on quaffing. Several tours have you covered. Bend's Cycle Pub is essentially, a pedal-powered bar on wheels. The revelry of cycle pubs careening down Bond Street toward their next libation destination has become a mainstay. Bend Tour Company’s Bend Brew Taps Tour offers fun, door-to-door tours of the whole scene. beer festivals Central Oregon's festival season starts with Central Oregon Beer Week in May and wraps up with the Sisters Fresh Hop Fest in September. The Little Woody Barrel Aged Brew Festival is a celebration of small-batch beers with huge flavor profiles. The mid-summer Bend Brewfest is a raucous, weekend tasting event in the Old Mill District. wine, cider & spirits Next, uncork the wine, and craft-distilling scene. In Culver, Maragas Winery makes an award-winning Muskat and offers tastings, tours and events including live music. Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards offers tastings in a tasting room with views of Smith Rock and the Cascades. At the base of Smith Rock's towering walls, Ranch at the Canyons vineyard in a rural Tuscan estate setting, offers breathtaking views of the surrounding Cascades, desert canyons and rolling farmlands. In Tumalo, Bendistillery has a tasting room and farm where some ingredients are grown. Oregon Spirit Distillers in Bend crafts a bourbon to rival any Kentucky sour mash. Atlas Cider Co. ferments fresh fruit from Northwest farmers to achieve a sweet, tart, dry taste.

Enjoy Fresh Northwest Seafood at Anthony’s on the Deschutes River!

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5 Fusion & Sushi Bar 821 NW Wall St. (541) 323-2328 BREWPUB $

10 Barrel Brewing Company

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1135 NW Galveston Ave., Bldg. A (541) 678-5228


Atlas Cider Co. 555 NW Arizona Ave. #190 (541) 633-7757 BARBECUE $

Baldy's Barbeque 235 SW Century Dr. (541) 385-7427 BREWPUB $

Bend Brewing Co.


1019 NW Brooks St. (541) 383-1599

900 Wall St. (541) 323-6295



61615 Athletic Club Dr. (541) 382-8769

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Anthony's at The Old Mill 475 SW Powerhouse Dr. (541) 389-8998

Bistro 28



920 NW Bond (541) 306-6606

65600 Pronghorn Club Dr. (541) 693-5300



Bonta Natural Artisan Gelato

Broken Top Club

62000 Broken Top Dr. (541) 383-8200 BISTRO $

Cascada 65600 Pronghorn Club Dr. (541) 693-5300 BREWPUB $

Cascade Lakes Brewing Co. Lodge 1441 SW Chandler Ave. 100 (541) 388-4998

Chanterelle at Pronghorn

Craft Kitchen & Brewery 803 SW Industrial Way Ste. #202 (541) 647-2772 NORTHWEST CUISINE $$

Crossings at the Riverhouse 3075 N Hwy. 97 (541) 389-8810 BREWPUB $

Crux Fermentation Project 50 SW Division St. (541) 385-3333

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Deschutes Brewery & Public House 1044 NW Bond St. (541) 382-9242 NORTHWEST CUISINE $$




The Row

Cottonwood Cafe

19570 Amber Meadow Dr. (541) 318-7210

61240 Skyline Ranch Rd. (541) 388-2582

403 East Hood Ave. (541) 549-2699




La Rosa - Brookswood

La Rosa - Northwest Crossing

801 NW Wall St. (541) 306-3366

2763 NW Crossing Dr. (541) 647-1624



Elevation at Cascade Culinary Institute 2555 NW Campus Village Way (877) 541-CHEF SWEETS & ICE CREAM $


957 Wall St. (541) 389-5185 SWEETS & ICE CREAM $

Goody’s Factory Store 1111 SE Division (541) 385-7085 AMERICAN $$

Greg’s Grill on the Deschutes 395 SW Powerhouse Dr. (541) 382-2200 PERUVIAN $$

Hola! Downtown 920 NW Bond St. (541) 728-0069 PERUVIAN $$

Hola! Eastside 2670 NE Hwy. 20 (541) 389-4652 PERUVIAN $$



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Silver Moon Brewing 24 NW Greenwood Ave. (541) 388-8331 NORTHWEST CUISINE $$

The Restaurant at Awbrey Glen

Three Creeks Brewing Company


Breakfast (Sunday only) 2500 NW Awbrey Glen Dr. (541) 317-2885

McMenamins Old St. Francis School Pub


700 NW Bond St. (541) 330-8563

65600 Pronghorn Club Dr. (541) 693-5300



Oregon Spirit Distillers 740 NE 1st St. (541) 382-0002 ITALIAN $

Pastini Pastaria 375 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 140 (541) 749-1060 AMERICAN $$

The Pine Tavern 967 NW Brooks St. (541) 382-5581 AMERICAN $

Pizza Mondo 811 NW Wall St. (541) 330-9093

Hola! Old Mill


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Trailhead Grill

Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails

SUNRIVER Cafe Sintra Sunriver


Black Butte Ranch— The Lodge Restaurant 13801 Hawksbeard Rd. (541) 595-1260


One Center Dr. (541) 593-3740


Brand 33 at Aspen Lakes

16900 Aspen Lakes Dr. (541) 549-3663

3236 Hwy. 26 (541) 460-7777

2440 NE 4th St. (541) 382-4495

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57100 Beaver Dr. (541) 593-2155


855 SW 7th St. (541) 923-1795

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Carson’s American Kitchen at Sunriver Resort RESOURCES Lodge Bigfoot Beverages


57100 Mall Dr. Bldg. 7 (541) 593-1100

Indian Head Casino

7 Ponderosa (541) 593-1222


919 Bond St. (541) 312-2899

Village Bar & Grill

Terrebonne Depot

721 Desperado Ct. (541) 549-1963


62910 O.B. Riley Rd. 340 (541) 383-2697


Sunriver Brewing Company

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Twisted Tavern at Sunriver Resort Lodge One Center Dr. (541) 593-3730

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The Cottonwood Join us at The Cottonwood for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The Cottonwood is located in a historic cottage in downtown Sisters, and has a reputation for creating award winning, beautiful food. Join us for breakfast or lunch (breakfast served all day), Wednesday-Sunday from 8am-3pm. The Cottonwood also serves a casual, 3 course, set menu dinner Friday and Saturday evenings. To complement our creative fare, we also offer a full bar with a variety of cocktails and libations. Come see what you've been missing! 403 E Hood Ave., Sisters ⬥ (541) 549-2699 ⬥

Employee owned, Newport Avenue Market will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2016. They offer shoppers both mainstream and specialty grocery options, all in a vibrant environment. The market prides itself in supporting their neighbors and producers. Their expansive selection of high-quality, in-demand food and beverage items, otherwise known as the “Triple G” – Groceries, Gadgets and Gifts! – keeps shoppers on their toes. With an atmosphere where people in the community come together for all things food, and not to mention a selection of over 500 brews to choose from, Newport Avenue Market has become the food hub of Central Oregon. Life is Short. Eat Good Food. 1121 NW Newport Ave., Bend ⬥ (541) 382-3940 ⬥

Baldy's Barbeque

Greg's Grill

Stop by soon to savor the 'que voted “Best BBQ” in Central Oregon every year since 2005! Award-winning baby back ribs, slow-smoked meats, homemade sides and so much more. Open every day for lunch, dinner and catering. Southern-style breakfast at the east side Bend location, too. Bend-West: 235 SW Century Drive (541) 385-RIBS (7427) Bend-East: 2670 NE Hwy 20, Suite 720 (541) 388-4BBQ (4227) Redmond: 950 SW Veteran’s Way (541) 923-BBQ1 (2271)

Situated in the heart of the historic Old Mill district. This polished casual restaurant has spectacular river and mountain views. Enjoy everything from our signature rotisserie prime rib to great sandwiches and salads. Or have one of our steak, seafood, or chicken selections grilled to perfection on our apple-wood fired grill. We also featured the most extensive wine by the glass selection in Bend complementing our special bar menu from 3 to close daily. We have something for everyone. 395 SW Powerhouse Dr., Bend ⬥ (541) 382-2200 ⬥

Brewed Awakenings

El Caporal Family owned restaurant established in 1997 in Bend’s east side. Authentic Mexican dishes prepared fresh when ordered. Full bar and outdoor seating. Very family friendly and available for TO-GO orders. Please call ahead for take outs at any location. Bend: 2570 Twin Knolls Dr. Suite 145, (541) 318-1492

Brewed Awakenings have been turning customers into regulars with professional baristas brewing up their in-house craft-roasted beans for decades. Since 1989 patrons have been quietly discovering the finer side of coffee. Featuring fantastic coffee brewed from beans clearly roasted by the hand of an artisan. Located in the Village at Sunriver, "There's always an Awakenings just around the corner."

Tumalo: 64637 Cook Avenue, (541) 322-8821 Sunriver: 57100 Beaver Dr., (541) 593-3335

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Craft Kitchen & Brewery

Esta Bien Featuring the very best, handmade food possible. We have a wide varity of nice tequila for you. Tacos, Pupusas and fine Tequila. Keep it simple and refined, keep it real. It's all good. Esta Bien! Hours every day from 11am-8pm. Happy Hour Monday through Thursday from 4pm6pm. Hand made corn tortillas daily. Mexican breakfast Saturday & Sunday 304 SE 3rd Street, Bend ⬥

Craft Kitchen and Brewery specializes in pub exclusive brews and eclectic, locally sourced, southern inspired cuisine. Overlooking the Deschutes river at the old Mill, Craft features 20 taps, a full bar, daily smoked meats, and a great vantage point from which to watch the activities below. It's the perfect place to gather for happy hour, enjoy apres ski specials or catch a game. Our $8 smokehouse pub lunch specials are perfect for a quick lunch break or take it to go on your way to the mountain or lakes. 803 SW Industrial Way, Bend ⬥ (541) 647-2772 ⬥

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isiting a new destination is about discovering new landscapes, people and lifestyles and letting all that inspire you, right down to your personal style. Central Oregon has a relaxed, mountain-chic aesthetic that extends from fashionable clothes for town to high-performance sportswear and gear for the outdoors. You'll want to take our style home with you. Fortunately, our region offers a range of retail variety, from small one-of-a kind boutiques to large chains and everything in between. Apparel to footwear, gifts to jewelry, locally made products to imports – there's something for every shopper. Don't forget, there's no sales tax in Oregon.

Boutique Experience For the small boutique experience, shop downtown Bend, downtown Sisters, downtown Redmond and The Village at Sunriver. Each of these locations offers a broad mix of shops with friendly shopkeepers offering highly personalized service. The shops lining the streets are woven among a blend of irresistible venues where you can dine and drink along the way.

downtown bend There's fashion, furniture, jewelry, art galleries, as well as plenty of restaurants, breweries, coffeehouses, ice cream shops and old-fashioned candy stores to keep you going. As you shop, you'll enjoy strolling among charming brick buildings that date back to the early 1900s. Today the shopping scene is as vibrant as it was even in Bend's early days as a booming timber town.


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Lost Season Supply Co. has the free-spirited fashions to suit your bohemian soul. Their lifestyle shop is inspired by the beauty of Central Oregon and traveling, bringing you a carefully curated mix of clothing, jewelry, accessories and memorable gifts. must-have: Pendleton Woolen Mills blankets and pillows add personality to any home. Accent a bed or sofa with these beautiful and functional items. This famous mill's designs will energize a room or favorite chair, incorporating bold colors and patterns inspired by Native American traditions. Cascade Cottons captures the character of Bend with fashionable and fun T-shirts, hoodies, fleece and hats sporting Bend, Mt. Bachelor, and Central Oregon logos. Proclaim your love for beer, the outdoors and all things Bend with casual apparel for the entire family.


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Hot Box Betty

must-have: A beer-themed “vintage soft” T-shirt with a retro look and feel or anything with the iconic city of Bend logo. If you’re looking for unique home decor, check out Natural Edge Furniture’s Bend showroom. They make stunning tables, benches, bookshelves and more from salvaged, reclaimed, and recycled hardwood materials. These carefully crafted, hand selected wood slabs will be worth redesigning a whole room around. must-have: Any of Natural Edge’s dining tables. With a natural wood slab and steel base, your new dining table will transform family dinners and get togethers. Women from all over the world have come to love Hot Box Betty, and the shop's personal styling expertise. Every piece of clothing and fashion accessory is selected with an eye for the latest trends that also fit the Bend lifestyle. In your search for the perfect collection of outfits for your dream closet, stop here for sensational pieces, and where the emphasis is always on service, service, and service. must-have: Leather belts, cuffs, and handbags handmade from fine Italian leather in sumptuous saturated color. Exposed stitching imparts an artisanal organic quality. High-end denims with impeccable fit, finish, feel and originality and eco-chic yoga-inspired pieces. And, even the “world's most comfortable thong.” For special occasions, head down to Newport Avenue to Newport Market, for gifts or have them create a beautiful gourmet gift basket.

downtown sisters In Western-themed downtown Sisters, you'll find more than Western wear. Stroll through the many art galleries and specialty shops. Find that undiscovered treasure in one of Sisters' antique shops. Among the many specialty shops, you'll find wonderful restaurants. Enjoy a scrumptious meal, taste some

wine, grab an ice cream cone or just sit back and people watch. must-have: Add some cowgirl (or cowboy) chic to your personal style with a great pair of boots and hat. These classics withstand all fashion fluctuations, are envied on city streets, or roughed up on our breathtaking trails. Need a wow-factor for your home? A rustic antler chandelier is it.

the village at sunriver This exceptional shopping experience, with boutiques, art galleries and sporting goods stores, is the place to go for whatever you need to make your visit that much more fun and interesting. Browse original, handcrafted gifts and fine art from more than 30 local artists. Since you're here to relax, get in touch with your crafty side with knitting and beading supplies. Have fun at the toy store or linger in the bookstore, perusing the perfect tome for your visit: fiction, non-fiction, mystery, or a local guide book. Rent a moped or stock up on fly-fishing equipment. Take home items from The Lazy Daisy or a scarf from The Village Threads. Head to Sunriver Floral for beautiful and thoughtul floral arrangements. After you've shopped 'til you've dropped, kick back at one of the many distinctive dining venues that run the gamut from bistros to breweries and bakeries. must-have: Oregon berry gourmet jams and syrups made from the renowned fruit of Oregon: marionberry, loganberry, black raspberry, red raspberry, wild huckleberry, blueberry, wild blackberry and Bandon cranberry. downtown redmond Redmond offers retail with a view with pedestrian-friendly shopping downtown and at plenty of locations throughout the area. Its downtown district is increasingly known as an antiques mecca. Cruise V I S I T C E N T R A L O R E G O N . C O M



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the emporiums along 6th Street to see what gems you can find. Shops with hip clothing, home décor and gifts plus bike shops, cool coffee shops and plenty of brewpubs complete the downtown scene, an unexpected jewel for retail therapy in Central Oregon. must-have: Antiques such as frontier-era glass apothecary jars and souvenir swag–T-shirts, pint glasses and hats from local brewpubs.

Malls and Collections old mill district Bend's Old Mill District is its own small town of shops. Stretching along the bank of the Deschutes River, this revitalized historic site incorporates vintage brick buildings into a beautiful promenade with a popular collection of shops. Major retailers include Victoria's Secret, REI, Banana Republic and The Gap, and local favorite Saxon's Fine Jewelers. With so much shopping to do here, you'll need to stay energized with a stop for lunch, a local microbrew, cocktail, or dinner. In the Old Mill District, at Greg's Grill, Hola!, Pastini Pastaria and Anthony's at the Old Mill, bask on patios with gorgeous views of the Cascade Mountains beyond a tranquil stretch of the Deschutes River. Head to the Ticket Mill for concert tickets, gift certificates, Central Oregon-themed pint glasses, postcards, posters or check out binoculars and a birding list for viewing along this stunning avian migratory corridor. must-have: The perfect dress that's great over a bathing suit and can go straight to drinks and dinner on the patio.


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bend factory stores At the south end of town lies one of Bend's biggest secrets. The Bend Factory Stores have everything from sportswear and formal wear to children's wear and home furnishings. For those who love a deal, the Bend Factory Stores has a Nike and a Columbia Sportswear outlet to name just a couple. Other stores in the outlet include The Coach Factory Store, Eddie Bauer Outlet, Izod, Levi's, Pendleton Outlet and Pearl iZumi. must-have: A head-to-toe high-tech ensemble that keeps you smiling and comfy under our true-blue summer skies or on snowy adventures–all at a reasonable price.

bend river promenade The Bend River Promenade offers the perfect blend of familiar name stores like Macy’s, Kohl’s, Hobby Lobby and TJ Maxx, along with unique specialty shops and family restaurants. From gifts and apparel to jewelry and Oregon-made products, there is something for every member of the family. must-have: A new pair of polarized sunglasses, because we have 300 days of sun a year and even less rain than San Diego. cascade village shopping center The Cascade Village Shopping Center is located on the north edge of town. Here you'll find many names you know like Trader Joe's, Target, The Home Depot, Best Buy, Ross, Dick's Sporting Goods, JCPenney and Famous Footwear. must-have: Crunchy and delicious organic snacks for your trip up to the mountains and gear that will keep you happy while you're there, no matter the season.

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In the Sunriver Village

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Sports Gear, Outfitters and Tours For gear and guided adventures, Central Oregon rules. Powder House has a large ski and snowboard rental center and repair shop, including overnight waxing and repair. Gravity Sports @ Mt. Bachelor, rated as a Gold Medal Shop by SKI Magazine, is conveniently located on the slopes. Headed out on the water? Stillwater Fly Shop’s experts want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase, so they offer a full refund, credit or exchange within thirty days of a purchase. You’ll also get guidance on local tactics and superb customer service at Deschutes River Outfitters, The Fly Fisher’s Place and Fly & Field Outfitters. Cascade Outfitters offers guided and unguided fishing for trout, bass, steelhead and Kokanee for beginners and experienced anglers.  River Borne Outfitters of Bend offers full-day and overnight guided fly-fishing trips for wild “redside” rainbow trout and steelhead and full- and half-day guided trips for wild trout, a great option for beginners. Or, do a group or private fly-fishing class and casting lesson. For family paddling, floating and whitewater adventures, Ouzel Outfitters has offered the finest whitewater rafting trips for families and charter groups since 1979. Sun Country Tours is one of the largest and most respected river outfitters in the Northwest, best known for guided whitewater adventures. It also offers standup paddleboarding tours and lessons and Float the River tube rentals.

Pine Mountain Sports

Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe is right on the banks of the Deschutes River in the Old Mill District. Take a class, a full-day river tour, or browse the extensive selection of kayaks, canoes, paddles, and rafting gear. Go here or to StandUp Paddle Bend for standup paddleboards. (Outside magazine called Central Oregon the best place in the world for paddling on flat water.) If you are planning a cycling trip, traveling with your bike can be expensive. Luckily, you can rent top-of-the-line rides at Pine Mountain Sports, Hutch’s Bicycles’ three locations and The Hub Cyclery in downtown Bend. Or rent a bike with Life Cycle Bikes, and they will bring it right to your door anywhere in Bend. Contact The Bend Tour Company for historic Bend SEGWAY Tours or Wheel Fun Rentals, for multipassenger surrey-witha-canopy-on-top cycles and other specialty bikes. On the Paulina Plunge Downhill Waterfall Mountain Bike Tour, descend through spectacular backcountry alongside a half dozen shimmering waterfalls on this family-friendly jaunt. must-have: A Central Oregon-sized sense of adventure! For the Adventure Directory, see page 42.

SHOPPING DIRECTORY Bend Factory Stores 61334 S. Hwy. 97 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 382-4736

Bend River Promenade 3188 N. Hwy. 97, Ste. 110 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 388-3644

Cascade Cottons 909 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 306-6071

Cascade Village Shopping Center 63455 N. Hwy 97 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 388-1495

The Duck Store 80 NE Bend River Mall Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 388-4435


Gravity Sports @ Mt. Bachelor 13000 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (800) 829-2442

Hot Box Betty 903 Wall St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 383-0050

The Lazy Daisy 57100 Beaver Dr., Building #21 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-4654

Lost Season Supply Co.

Newport Market 1121 NW Newport Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-3940

Old Mill District SW Powerhouse Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 312-0131

The Oregon Store - Bend 639 NW Franklin Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 389-8850

The Oregon Store Sunriver

200 NE Greenwood, Ste #2 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 639-2013

Sunriver Village Mall Building 24A Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-1950

Natural Edge Furniture

Pine Mountain Sports

135 NE Norton Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 728-3555

255 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 385-8080

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Powder House Ski & Patio 311 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 389-6234

Pro Golf of Bend 100 NE Bend River Mall, Ste. 102 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 593-4653

RedBee Press P.O. Box 1981 Bend, OR 97709 (541) 306-9611

Saxon's Fine Jewelers 360 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 110 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 389-6655

Smart Shopper Bend, OR 97709 (541) 322-9551

Sunriver Country Store 57100 Beaver Dr. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-8113

Sunriver Floral 57100 Beaver Dr., Building #23 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-1300

The Village at Sunriver 57100 Beaver Dr. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-8704

Village Threads 57100 Beaver Dr., Bldg. #22 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-0114



Cascade Cottons

Cascade Cottons has Bend and Central Oregon's largest selection of logo apparel, accessories, gifts and souvenirs for the entire family. We have a huge selection of T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and souvenirs with Bend and local area themes. Come see us in downtown Bend and we will help preserve your vacation memories in style.

909 NW Wall St., Bend ⬥ (541) 306-6071 ⬥

4 Seasons Recreational Outfitters

41st Annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show on July 9, 2016. The World’s Largest Outdoor Quilt ShowTM, always on the second Saturday in July. The 1890’s western-themed town of Sisters, Oregon, is blanketed in more than 1,200 quilts hung outdoors, a colorful spectacle that must be experienced in person. Visit Sisters for our Fiber Arts Stroll, Quilt Walk displaying more than 100 quilts the entire month of July, and more celebrations of everything Fiber Arts! (541) 549-0989 ⬥

Natural Edge Furniture

Sunriver, Oregon

For over 30 years our friendly, experienced staff has been serving Central Oregon residents and visitors. We provide you with insider knowledge to the best recreational pursuits in the area and outfit you with everything you need to fully enjoy your experience. Whether you’re biking on the 30+ miles of paved bike paths here in Sunriver, or exploring the spectacular mountain biking and winter sports throughout Central Oregon, we have what you need. (541) 593-2255 ⬥

Shop Sisters Country The shops in our 1880s themed town are anything but oldfashioned. Built with the spirit of the original Sisters Country settlers, the Sisters shopping experience is unique. Find your perfect gift at one of the many owner-operated specialty stores, enjoy stunning art work at a local gallery or locate a treasure at one of the antique shops. While you’re here, enjoy a scrumptious meal and taste some wine or craft beer. Then grab an ice cream or specialty coffee and stroll through Sisters Country to find your pioneering spirit. (541) 549-0251 ⬥

We make custom natural edge furniture from salvaged, reclaimed, and recycled hardwood materials. With our personal collection of local hand selected and air-dried wood slabs, we will find the perfect piece for your project. Every project is personal - from the tree, to our craftsman, to you. Visit our showroom in Bend, Oregon, order online, or contact us for a custom project. We ship nationwide.

135 NE Norton Ave, Bend ⬥ (541) 728-3555 ⬥

Village Threads Our mission is not only to provide high quality, unique and flattering clothes and accessories, but also to provide exceptional customer service and a welcoming environment for every customer. Our staff is here to help you find pieces that make you feel good and flatter your body type. You shop at Village Threads because you like the personal customer service you get; and we love that you become not just our customers, but our friends.

57100 Beaver Dr., Sunriver ⬥ (541) 593-8704 ⬥

The Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce

The Oregon Store Come see us in Downtown Bend. The Oregon Store offers the best products of Oregon businesses. We carry products from over 200 Oregon companies in our Sunriver and Bend stores. Gourmet Foods, (Marionberry, Huckleberry, Hazelnuts, and Smoked Salmon), Myrtlewood, Souvenirs, Oregon Wines, Clothing, Books, Jewelry, to Pendleton® Woolen Products, we have a selection that allows you to give a gift of Oregon to yourself or to others. Gift Baskets and everything else also available online. 639 NW Franklin Ave., Bend, Oregon & Sunriver Village Mall (800) 541-5797 ⬥

The Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce invites you to experience “Forever Country." Open meadows, mountain terrain, beautiful lakes and rivers, Prineville is a reminder of all that Mother Nature has to offer. While visiting, you might see a cattle drive through downtown or 400 U.S. flags celebrating veterans. Experience horse races and rodeos or peace and tranquility. We are Crook County, with our communities of Paulina, Post, Powell Butte and Prineville, we are “Forever Country.”







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Imagine A vibrant and acclaimed art and music scene, combining smalltown friendliness with the hip, sophisticated vibe of a big city.

Jazz at the Oxford concert series

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entral Oregon is well known for its limitless fun outdoors, but the good times don't stop at the end of the trail. Concerts, art walks, film and cultural festivals, historical tours and museums add even more excitement. Discover Central Oregon's art scene at Bend’s monthly First Friday Art Walk. Downtown shops and galleries stay open late, serve libations and host photographers, sculptors, painters and jewelers. The sidewalks buzz with energy and live music. The nonprofit arts organization Atelier 6000 (aka A6), has monthly printmaking exhibits and a “green studio” workspace for member artists and classes. At DeWilde Art Glass, Rich DeWilde's distinctive stained glass is the perfect memento of a fantastic trip. Take drawing and oil painting classes or view exhibits at Art of Alfred Dolezal at Eagle Crest, Redmond. In August, the top-rated Art in the High Desert event attracts more than 110 juried artists from across the U.S. and Canada to exhibit and sell works throughout Bend's Old Mill District. The Sunriver Art Faire, also in August, showcases more than 60 artists selling fine arts and crafts. The region also has exceptional museums. The Museum at Warm Springs has one of the finest collections of Native American art in the West, with intricately designed tribal wear and ceremonial


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94 95 First Friday Art Walk is items and art pieces. Special events 96 always a festive evening

and traveling exhibits offer fresh of open galleries, live perspectives on the area's heritage. music, dining and guest To experience where wild meets artists. On the first West, head to the High Desert Friday of each month Museum between Bend and in downtown Bend and Sunriver. All ages are amazed by the Old Mill District. programs featuring live owls, eagles, falcons, hawks and other magnifiGet the details at cent raptors. Two extensive exhibit Keyword: ART WALK halls tell the stories of the Indian nations of the Columbia Plateau and settlement-era life, portrayed through a re-created 1880s mining town. The Oregon Observatory in Sunriver has dozens of telescopes for family-friendly views of distant galaxies and the adjacent Sunriver Nature Center offers fascinating exhibits and live birds of prey. In the charming, Western-themed city of Sisters, galleries punctuate the downtown district. On the second Saturday of every July, more than 1,000 quilts are on display in the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, the world’s largest outdoor quilt show. The Sisters Historical Tour highlights the city’s lumber mill heritage (details at the Sisters Chamber of Commerce). The Deschutes Historical Museum also has Bend Heritage Walks and exhibits. Literary lovers should check out Bend's Author! Author! program which brings acclaimed authors such as Lisa See (Snow Flower and the Secret Fan) and Alice Hoffman (The Dovekeepers) here this year. The independent film festival BendFilm has been wowing movie



Local Knowledge Dana Whitelaw Executive Director High Desert Museum

As a native Oregonian, Dana Whitelaw grew up appreciating the dynamics of the landscape. An early interest in anthropology led her to live in Thailand, Indonesia, Kenya and Ethiopia, Shakespeare in the Park

and to pursue a Ph.D. researching ring-tailed lemurs in Madagascar for several years. She


wanted to bring the inspiration of working in Oregon Observatory at Sunriver

the field into an informal educational setting, and found museums to be the perfect way to do that. As executive director of the High Desert Museum, she says she feels lucky to live in Bend with her husband and two boys. When friends visit in winter, we usually take them on a forced march, Nordic skiing in the high country, and then head east to the Badlands for some High Desert wilderness. A trip isn’t complete without visiting the High Desert Museum for a dose of art, history and wildlife encounters. My favorite thing about Central Oregon is that it has such an engaging array of desert, mountains, forests and water. I also love the potential of this community to grow and expand

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the presence of arts, culture and higher education.

lovers with smart, funny and thought-provoking films every October for the past 12 years. Downtown Bend exudes creative energy during this four-day event, when the streets are teeming with filmmakers, directors, actors and moviegoers. It happens at a range of venues, from such as the historic Tower Theatre, Tin Pan Theater, and the eclectic McMenamins Old St. Francis School. Live shows at Bend's Tower Theatre range from Chinese acrobats to string quartets at this central, downtown location. Live theater and music festivals at more local theaters include everything from classic dramas, comedies and mysteries to contemporary, cutting-edge works. Summer’s Sunriver Music Festival at Sunriver Resort is a must for classical music fans. Every fall, the Sisters Folk Festival showcases up-and-coming and nationally recognized folk artists. Jazz enthusiasts can catch well-known acts Bend’s Oxford Hotel from October to March. Les Schwab Amphitheater alongside the Deschutes River in Bend’s Old Mill District, presents nationally touring acts such as Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band, Bob Dylan, Phish, Dave Matthews Band and Jack Johnson. The Athletic Club of Bend also attracts popular acts to its intimate outdoor summer series. V I S I T C E N T R A L O R E G O N . C O M





Sunriver Music Festival

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ith a getaway packed with epic, sun-filled days on the river, the trails and the mountain, you'll have a great grin to wear out to the music clubs, theaters, galleries and festivals on into the evening–or, make a full day of it. When the desert sun sets, cool nights heat up with a hip mountain vibe. Find out why USA Today named Mt. Bachelor one of America's Top 10 Ski Resorts for Nightlife.

Bend Theaters: Intimate, Quirky, Eclectic, Historic McMenamins Old St. Francis School Live music and movies at this school-turnedhotel with pubs, a restaurant, a warm soaking pool and patios with fire pits. Cascades Theater & 2nd Street Theater Live stage productions of comedies, mysteries, thrillers, classic dramas, musicals and holiday shows. Experimental and improvisational performances, live jazz nights and staged readings by local playwrights. |

Bend Comedy Showcase Catch one and kick off your getaway with laughs at Summit Saloon & Stage. Tin Pan Theater Old-timey, hip atmosphere and irresistible charm: red velvet chairs, exposed brick walls, a handcrafted wooden bar, fresh popcorn and thoughtfully curated films.

Tower Theatre Since 1940, the iconic, renovated Art Deco Moderne venue remains Central Oregon’s premier stage.

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EVENTS: Funk, Film & Fun spring, summer, fall & winter festivals

Volcanic Theatre Pub Live plays, music, sketch comedy, variety shows and films in a cool warehouse space with sofas, recliners, state-of-the-art projection and beer and wine.

Bend Haunted History Walk

Discover the cool stories of downtown’s past with a free, guided walk whenever you want or do a haunted tour in October. Download the audio tour app.

Roundabout Art Route

Tour 20 pieces of public art in unlikely yet eyecatching spots in the center of Bend’s traffic circles. Let Bend Tour Company do the driving as you take in the works, honored for this innovative approach to public art.


Peruse printmaking and book arts at Atelier 6000 in Bend, oils on canvas at The Art of Alfred A. Dolezal in Redmond and stained glass works at DeWilde Glass in Bend’s Old Mill District. |

spring: Free concerts and outdoor family fun in the Northwest Crossing neighborhood in April. summer: All summer long, the fun moves to downtown Bend and the Old Mill District, with gourmet food, local microbrews, wine, jazz, arts, free concerts on outdoor stages and a block of fun for kids. fall: Harvest fun hits the streets of downtown Bend in October. winter: Oregon WinterFest in February has music, snowboard rail-jam, heated tents with creative cocktails, local IPAs and great food. AUGUST art in the High Desert

One of the nation's major fine-art fairs draws more than 100 superb artists from across North America to the Old Mill District in Bend. OCTOBER bendfilm

Bend is filled with filmmakers, directors, actors and moviegoers, for four days of independent film screenings, talks and fun.

ARTS & CULTURE DIRECTORY Art of Alfred Dolezal Gallery Eagle Crest Resort 7525 Falcon Crest Dr., Ste. 100 Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 526-1185

Art in the High Desert PO Box 5575 Bend, OR 97708 (541) 322-6272

Atelier 600

550 SW Industrial Way, #180 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 330-8759


Bend Tour Co.

550 SW Industrial Way #105 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 480-8477

Betty Gray Art Gallery Sunriver Resort Main Lodge 17600 Center Dr. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-1000

Cascade Center of Photography

390 SW Columbia St., Ste. 110 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 241-2266

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Cascades Theatrical Company

148 NW Greenwood Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 389-0803

Des Chutes Historical Museum

129 NW Idaho Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 389-1813

DeWilde Art Glass

421 SW Powerhouse Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 419-3337

High Desert Museum

59800 S. Hwy. 97 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 382-4754

McMenamins Old St. Francis School 700 NW Bond St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-5174

The Museum at Warm Springs

PO Box 909, 2189 Hwy. 26 Warm Springs, OR 97761 (541) 553-3331

Oregon Observatory and Sunriver Nature Center

57245 River Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-4394

Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 220 S. Ash St., Ste. 4 Sisters, OR 97759 (541) 549-0989 sistersoutdoorquilt

Sunriver Art Faire

PO Box 3334 Sunriver Women's Club Sunriver, OR 97707

Sunriver Music Festival

PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-1084

Tower Theatre

835 NW Wall Street Bend, OR 97701 (541) 317-0700

August 26, 27, 28 - 2016 Nationally recognized art & fine craft show. 110 juried artists from across the country and Canada. In Bend, Oregon for just 3 days!

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Awe-inspiring wildlife. Charming Old West characters. Compelling new exhibits. Seven days a week.

Look up, look down, look all around.

Billions and billions of sights to see.

Now Playing: Kissable amphibians, alien rocks and really cool raptors. In Sunriver, between Circle #3 and the marina. 541-593-4394

Now Playing: Incredible nebulas, globlular clusters and earth's own star. In Sunriver next to the Nature Center. 541-598-4406

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Anjou Spa & Salon

Sage Springs Spa

Relax & Retreat

Relax in Central Oregon


hile Central Oregon has become an outdoor recreation mecca, it is also known as a relaxation oasis. A bevy of spas specialize in pampering and many are in spectacular natural surroundings. The Sage Springs Club & Spa at Sunriver sets the

standard for a relaxing spa experience. After a day on the slopes of Mt. Bachelor or on one of the area's golf courses, settle into a High Desert Nirvana package of massage and facial or the trifecta of the Three Sisters Renewal—a massage, facial and pedicure. Treatments incorporate the area’s natural, healing beauty and the massages mimic the flowing motions of the river. Tone up at the club’s modern athletic facility with a lap pool and indoor tennis courts, too.


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Relax High Desert Style

If you are in the mood for High Desert culture and repose, head to Spa Wanapine at Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa in Warm Springs, where natural elements of the earth are combined with ancient tradition. The area's natural, 140-degree hot springs are a key element in the offerings. The water is cooled and filtered to revive the body, renew the mind, and replenish the soul. After a full-body massage, invigorate your skin with a sea salt rub and unwind with a mineral soak. In Bend, several exquisite spas include Jinsei Spa, Anjou Spa and Spa W. Worn out from the retail therapy of downtown Bend boutique-hopping? Do “The Great Escape” package at Spa W, with a visit to the steam room, a salt glow treatment, 60-minute massage, pedicure and a delicious lunch. Need a full day of rejuvenation? The




Shibui Spa

Wrapsody offers a day of decadence that includes those indulgences plus the signature Desert Rescue facial. Jinsei Spa has Far Eastern touches and a worldly menu of Indonesian, Indian and Thai massage and Yin-Yang couples massage beside a fireplace along with a glass of pear sake. Anjou Spa and Salon takes its “green� mission seriously. All products are all-natural and organic. Organic facials and non-toxic nail polish for mani-pedis are a couple of examples of its sustainability practices.

In Sisters, Shibui at FivePine is a Japanese-influenced spa with a beautiful Buddhist approach to restorative relaxation. In this Zen den amid the pines, a contemplative 120-year-old Buddha is at the center of tantalizing treatments. Think of your time here as a spiritual retreat enhanced by special therapies such as the Ayurvedic Lotus Dream (a hot oil rhythmic massage), Shirodhara (warm oil poured over the forehead for healing) and Crystal Therapy (deploying crystals to release energy).

SPAS DIRECTORY Anjou Spa & Salon

Athletic Club of Bend

225 NW Franklin Ave., Ste. 3 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 241-8454

61615 Athletic Club Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 385-3062 athleticclubofbend. com

Jinsei Spa 118 NW Newport Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 383-8282

Sage Springs Club & Spa 17645 Tennis Village Ct. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-7891

Shibui Spa


720 Buckaroo Trail Sisters, OR 97759 (541) 549-6164

125 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 388-1485

Spa Wanapine Kah-Nee-Ta 6832 Hwy 8 Warm Springs, OR 97761 (541) 553-4972

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Juniper Swim & Fitness Center


Exercise & Wellness

Escape to Fitness


s much as Central Oregon is noted nationwide for its outdoor recreation and fitness options, the region also is known for indoor offerings from yoga to Pilates, weight training, cross-fit, water aerobics as well as senior-oriented weight training and aerobics.

The Athletic Club of Bend, Juniper Swim and Fitness Center in

Bend and the Sisters Athletic Club offer yoga along with a diverse selection of the latest styles of fitness classes and indoor fitness equipment. For a complete yoga immersion, try retreating to destination resorts FivePine Lodge in Sisters or Sunriver Resort outside of Bend. Both offer comprehensive packages in tranquil and bucolic settings.

The Juniper Swim and Fitness Center has a 50-meter outdoor pool (domed for year-round use) and a 25-meter indoor pool. The new outdoor pool with its water slide and water-play park are summer favorites. Kah-Nee-Ta Resort in Warm Springs boasts a 184-foot slide into a mineral pool twice the size of an Olympic pool. The water, which comes from the area's deep naturalmineral springs, is cooled in the summer and heated in the fall. In Sunriver, the aquatic and recreation center SHARC is a virtual village of water, with indoor and outdoor pools, water slides, a lazy river, hot tubs and plenty of space for kids to splash and play. The complex's amphitheater is also home to summer concerts and movies.



Athletic Club of Bend

Juniper Swim & Fitness

61615 Athletic Club Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 385-3062

800 NE 6th St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 389-7665

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Sage Springs Club & Spa 17645 Tennis Village Ct. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-7891

Sisters Athletic Club 1001 Desperado Trail Sisters, OR 97759 (541) 549-6878

Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic Center/SHARC 57250 Overlook Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 585-5000

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Stuff to Know


Local Knowledge Bob Woodward Writer, Photographer, etc.

Bob Woodward moved his family to Bend in 1978 to be closer to the outdoor sports he covered for

Stuff to Know

national magazines as a writer and photographer. There was also the lure to be in a town where you could also get involved in a range of civic and cultural activities. He did just that doing everything from acting and directing local theater

For more information: (800) 800-8334

to serving as a city councilor and Bend’s mayor



from 1997 to 1999. He has served on the boards

Ashton Eaton

Crook County 20,780 Deschutes County 166,400 Jefferson County 22,205 Bend 79,985 La Pine 1,670 Madras 6,260 Maupin 425 Prineville 9,385 Redmond 26,770 Sisters 2,190

gold medalist in decathlon and world champion

of the Deschutes Land Trust, Cascade School of Music and the Bend Park & Recreation District, of

Gerry Lopez

which he was chair, and co-founded the Central

“mr. pipeline” world-class surfer & surboard builder

Oregon Trail Alliance.

Rachael Scdoris

When guests visit, we usually take them cross-

multiple iditarod competitor

country or backcountry skiing. We also love

Matthew Fox

actor from “lost”

showing them the incredible winter hiking and

Rainn Wilson

mountain bike riding in snow-free micro-climate

actor from “the office”

zones near town.

Drew Bledsoe

My favorite thing about Central Oregon is the

Wilson Wewa

(Source: PSU Population Research Center, 2014)

former new england patriots quarterback

proximity from where I live to such a variety of

confederated tribes chief

outdoor activities.

William Stafford u.s. poet laureate

Major Cascade Peaks

Higher Ed

Mt. Bachelor 9,065' North Sister 10,085' Middle Sister 10,047' South Sister 10,358' Broken Top 9,175' Mt. Washington 7,794' Mt. Jefferson 10,497'

Central Oregon Community College

A Culture of Fun Craft breweries: 31 and counting Downhill ski resorts: 2


Cross-country Ski Trails: Groomed cross- country ski areas: Bike trails (Bend proper): Golf courses:

68+ miles 3 300+ miles 30

Oregon State University-Cascades

AROUND HERE sales tax here. » No None. Zero. Zip. law prohibits customers » State from pumping their own gas. So sit back and relax.

and wine are sold in » Beer grocery stores, the harder stuff, at state-controlled liquor stores. laws keep people— » Leash and pooches—happy. County celebrates » Deschutes its centennial in 2016 with celebrations planned throughout the year.

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Real Estate living here

Finding Your Happy Place Abundant sunshine, world-class recreational opportunities, and a cutting edge business climate have created a welcoming and energized Central Oregon community that draws visitors and new residents from around the country. This area attracts singles, young marrieds, retirees, and couples with children, and the region’s real estate market now mirrors the same diversity. Each city and town offers its own distinct character that reveals its heritage, rooted in logging, farming and ranching. Downtown apartments, condominiums near recreational opportunities, golf properties, luxurious homes with stunning mountain views, ranch acreage, and traditional single-family houses in friendly neighborhoods close to shopping and great schools are all available here. This is a place that everyone can call home.

The Residence Club at Pronghorn

Vandevert Ranch

REAL ESTATE DIRECTORY Arbor Mortgage Group Cascade Sotheby’s NMLS #91027 International Realty Kathy Kemper-Zanck, Sisters NMLS#255580 209 NE Greenwood, Ste. 1000 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 323-0422

Bend Life Real Estate Blair Jones 869 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 977-1877

431 E. Cascade Ave. Sisters, OR 97754 (541) 593-4277

Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty Sunriver 57100 Beaver Dr., Bldg #5 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-2122

Central Oregon Association of Realtors Kim Gammond 2112 NE 4th St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-6027

Coldwell Banker Morris Real Estate Brandon Fairbanks 486 SW Bluff Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 382-4123

Danny & Rhonda Adams (541) 788-3267 Coldwell Banker (541) 633-3001 Morris Real Estate Dawn Ulrickson, Broker Greg Barnwell 486 SW Bluff Dr. Bend Premier Real (541) 848-7222 Bend, OR 97702 Estate (541) 610-9427 Lynnea Miller 550 NW Franklin Ave. #108 Keith Peterson Bend, OR 97701 (541) 815-0906 Compass Commercial (541) 323-2779 600 SW Columbia, Ste. 6100 Bend, OR 97702 Roger Wayland (541) 383-2444 Cascade Sotheby’s (541) 408-0819 International Realty 650 SW Bond St., Ste. 100 Directors Mortgage Bend, OR 97702 Cascade Village NW 705 SW Bonnett Way, 63700 Cascade Village Dr. Ste. 1150 Corinne Bettesworth Bend, OR 97701 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 593-2122 (541) 388-0000 (541) 385-6112

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Duke Warner Realty 1033 NW Newport Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-8262

Farmington Reserve Brosterhaus & Alstrup Rd. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 312-7298

Fred Real Estate Ian Berg 70 SW Century Dr. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 848-7687

Hartcourts - Garner Group 2762 NW Crossing Dr. Ste. 100 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 383-4360

Legacy Realty

Pronghorn 65600 Pronghorn Club Dr. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 693-5300

Ranch at the Canyons 11050 NE Vineyard Way Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 923-6020

Chamese Christianson 515 W. Antler Redmond, OR 97756 The Real Estate Book (541) 279-9879 Bend, OR (541) 598-6606 North Pacific Financial


Sunriver Owners Association

233 SW Wilson Ave., Ste. 102 (541) 330-8500

David Blackmon NMLS#1017565 975 SW Colorado Ave., Ste. 107 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 382-4974

The Hasson Company

NorthWest Crossing

Beth Davies 233 SW Wilson Ave., Ste. 102 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 408-5758

2762 NW Crossing Dr. Ste. 100 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 312-6473

57057 Beaver Dr. Sunriver, OR 97707 (800) 547-3920

The Hasson Company

Obsidian Real Estate Group Brian Intlekofer, Principal Broker 63032 Lower Meadow Dr., Ste. 100 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 633-7772

P.O. Box 3278 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-2411

Sunriver Realty

Tetherow 61240 Skyline Ranch Rd. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 388-2599

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Services living here

Live, Play, Thrive The national media is abuzz, hailing Central Oregon as one of America’s best places in which to live, play and work. National Geographic, USA Today, The New York Times and Outside are just a few that have praised the mountain culture and year-round recreational pursuits. The Atlantic singled out the outstanding qualities of Central Oregon Community College and the Deschutes County library system. Hike the Cascades, rip down miles of mountain bike trails, fish the world-class Metolius, play golf, and climb at internationally famous Smith Rock. During winter, ski downhill or Nordic, or skate on one of several rinks. Recharge at one of many spas and continue the rejuvenation by dining at one of the area’s eclectic restaurants. Thirsty? Craft breweries, cideries, and artisan distilleries will quench. Peruse art galleries, antique shops, acclaimed museums, outdoor

10 Barrel Brewing

public art installations and enjoy concerts and plays. While the region may be best known for its love affair with the outdoors or year-round recreational opportunities, there are a wealth of reasons to do business here, too. The new Cascades branch campus of Oregon State University in Bend offers four-year degrees, which complements the region’s imaginative and dedicated entrepreneurial spirit and skilled, well-educated workforce. Access to the rest of the country is available through the Redmond Municipal Airport, which thrives as a result of committed economic support from the region’s municipalities.

VISITOR SERVICES DIRECTORY BUSINESS SERVICES 1859 Media 70 SW Century Dr., Ste. 100-335 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 550-7081

Atlas Security 745 NW Mt. Washington Dr. Bend, OR 97703 (541) 382-7777

Bank of Cascades 1100 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 385-6200

BMS Technologies 1036 SE Paiute Way Bend, OR 97702 (541) 388-0789

Bryant, Lovlien & Jarvis, PC 591 SW Mill View Way Bend, OR 97702 (541) 382-4331

Carlson Sign 1605 NE Forbes Rd. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-2182

Central Oregon Food Policy Council (541) 504-3307


Combined Communications 63088 NE 18th St., Ste. 200 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-5263

Downtown Bend Business Association (541) 788-3628

DVA Advertising & Public Relations 109 NW Greenwood Ave., Ste. 103 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 389-2411

Economic Development For Central Oregon (EDCO) 705 SW Bonnett Way, Ste. 1000 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 388-3236

HMH Agency 919 Bond St., Ste. 209 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 550-4201

Les Schwab Tire Centers 20900 Cooley Rd. Bend, OR 97701

The Lucky Group (541) 647-1818

Lumbermens Insurance 965 SW Emkay Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 382-2421

Mid Oregon Credit Union P.O. Box 6749 Bend, OR 97708 (541) 382-1795

Evergreen Home Loans North Pacific Financial 685 3rd St. Corporation Bend, OR 97702 (541) 318-5500 evergreenhomeloans. com/bend

Horizon Broadcasting Group 854 NE 4th St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 383-3825

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David Blackmon, NMLS# 1017565 975 SW Colorado Ave., Ste. 107 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 382-4974

Oregon State University - Cascades 2600 NW College Way Bend, OR 97701-5933 (541) 322-3152

Prestige Moving & Storage 1006 SW Emkay Dr. Bend, OR 97702 (541) 383-3362

Quikstand 855-487-7845

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION Miller Lumber 110 NE Greenwood Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-2022

Norman Building & Design

1016 SW Emkay Bend, OR 97702 (541) 389-4245 2660 NE Hwy. 20, Ste 610-116 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 312-4658 Pahlisch Homes, Inc. 63088 NE 18th St., Ste. 100 Bend, OR 97701 State Farm Insurance (541) 385-6762 Fred Hornback 1180 SE Division, Ste. 2 Bend, OR 97702 SolAire Homebuilders (800) 278-5055 549 SW Mill View Way, Ste. 103 Bend, OR 97702 Subaru of Bend (541) 383-2140 2060 NE Hwy. 20 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 389-3031 Specialty Building Products NW Tana Schickler Sunriver Owners 20750 High Desert Lane, Association Suite 104 57455 Abbot Dr. Bend, OR 97701 Sunriver, OR 97707 541-771-6525 (541) 593-2411

RK Advertising & Promotions

SwipeNow 10220 SW Greenburg Rd. #200 Tigard, OR 97723 (888) 382-8472

INDEPENDENT RETIREMENT LIVING Fox Hollow Independent and Assisted Living 2599 NE Studio Rd. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 383-2030

Stone Lodge 1460 NE 27th Bend, OR 97701 (541) 318-0450

Touchmark at Mt. Bachelor Village 19800 SW Touchmark Way Bend, OR 97702 (541) 383-1414

Whispering Winds 2920 NE Connors Ave. Bend, OR 97701 (866) 299-2920

MEDICAL SERVICES Bend Memorial Clinic 1501 NE Medical Center Dr. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-4900

St. Charles Medical Center 2500 NE Neff Rd. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-4321

Sunriver Pharmacy 56890 Venture Lane Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 647-2377 sunriverpharmacy

PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENT mcd group, inc 1011 SW Emkay Dr., Ste. 101 Bend, OR 97702 (541) 306-6909

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Getting Here

Getting Here


Planes, trains and automobiles. (And motor homes, buses and bikes.) Central Oregon may be away from it all, but it's easily accessible by nearly every mode of transportation. Here, it's about the journey and the destination.

Drive Time Byandcar,timemileage to Bend Boise Eugene Klamath Falls La Pine Los Angeles Pendelton Portland Prineville Redmond Salem San Francisco Seattle Sisters Sunriver

317mi 129mi 137mi 30mi 822mi 243mi 160mi 36mi 17mi 132mi 491mi 327mi 22mi 17mi

6hr 19min 2hr 29min 2hr 46min 34min 13hr 34min 4hr 28min 3hr 46min 21min 2hr 32min 8hr 34min 5hr 52min 28min 21min


Enjoy nonstop service to Bend/Redmond (RDM) from San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Denver, Salt Lake City, Portland and Seattle.

Alaska Airlines 1-800-ALASKAAIR Flight info: 1-800-547-9308

United and United Express (operated by SkyWest Airlines)

1-800-UNITED-1 Flight Info: 1-800-824-6200

Delta Airlines

American Airlines 1-800-433-7300


(operated by SkyWest Airlines)

Weather Chart Jan Average high temp. (F) Average low temp. (F) Monthly rainfall Monthly snowfall




41.6 21.9 1.83" 10.03"

57.5 29.9 .60" 1.98"

80.9 44.6 .58" .00"

63.1 31.2 .65" .20"

Annual snowfall at our ski areas: 387-450 inches

VISITOR INFORMATION & TRANSPORTATION DIRECTORY VISITOR SERVICES Bend Chamber 777 NW Wall St., Ste. 200 Bend, OR 97701 (541) 382-3221

Central Oregon Visitors Association 57100 Beaver Drive Bldg. 6, Ste. 130 Sunriver, OR 97707 (800) 800-8334

Crooked River RanchTerrebonne Chamber of Commerce PO Box 1502 Terrebonne, OR 97760 (541) 923-2679

Deschutes County 1300 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 388-6570

Deschutes National Forest 63095 Deschutes Market Rd. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 383-5300


La Pine Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center 51425A Hwy. 97, PO Box 616 La Pine, OR 97739 (541) 536-9771

Madras—Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce 274 SW 4th St. Madras, OR 97741-1323 (541) 475-2350

Maupin Area Chamber of Commerce

Redmond Chamber of Commerce & CVB

Avis Rent a Car

Les Schwab Tire Centers

446 SW 7th St. Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-5191

Redmond Airport 2522 SE Jesse Butler Circle #6 Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-3750

20900 Cooley Road Bend, OR 97701 8 Central Oregon Locations

Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce

Bend Municipal AirportGeneral Aviation

291 E. Main Ave. Sisters, OR 97759 (866) 549-0252

63136 Powell Butte Hwy. Bend, OR 97701 (541) 389-0258

Redmond/Bend (503) 285-3000

Sunriver Area Chamber of Commerce

Bend Tour Company

PO Box 220 Maupin, OR 97037 (541) 993-1708

Two Country Mall 57195 Beaver Dr., Ste. B PO Box 3246 Sunriver, OR 97707 (541) 593-8149

Metolius River Association

Visit Bend

Camp Sherman, OR

Oregon State Parks 725 Summer St. NE, Ste. C Salem, OR 97301 (888) 953-7677

Prineville—Crook County Chamber of Commerce 185 NE 10th St. Prineville, OR 97754 (541) 447-6304

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750 NW Lava Rd., Ste. 160 Bend, OR 97701 (877) 245-8484


550 SW Industrial Way Bend, OR 97702 (541) 480-8477

Bend Town Cars, LLC P.O. Box 2217 Bend, OR 97709 (541) 639-7503

Central Oregon Breeze 62995 Plateau Dr., Ste. 1 Bend, OR 97701 (800) 847-0157

Destination Transportation (541) 550-8055

Northwest Navigator

Portland International Airport (PDX) 7000 NE Airport Way Portland, OR (503) 460-4234

Roberts Field (RDM) Redmond Municipal Airport 2522 SE Jesse Butler Circle #17 Redmond, OR 97756-8642 (541) 548-0646

Sunriver Resort Airport 57200 River Rd. Sunriver, OR 97707 (888) 780-4438

The Bend Trolley 1197 NW Summit Bend, OR 97701 (541) 771-1800

Bend’s only made from “scratch” Bistro & Catering The Local “Foodies” Choice • Breakfast served all day • Breads and pastries baked in-house • Locally raised meats and eggs • House smoked pastrami and slow braised corned beef • Full bar with amazing Bloody Mary’s • Gluten free Vegetarian friendly

Full service Catering 1006 S.W. Emkay Drive Bend, OR 97702 541.383.3362 Toll Free: 1-800-228-6744

Agent for Allied Van Lines


· Daily service between Central Oregon and the Portland area · Charters and tours for all your groups transportation needs

Monday - Saturday 7-3 and Sunday 8-2 541-318-8177 • 661 NE Greenwood, Bend


Map city/town

Central Oregon

Destination Resorts Black Butte Ranch Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa Mount Bachelor Village Pronghorn Riverhouse Hotel & Convention Center Seventh Mountain Resort Sunriver Resort Tetherow


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