At Brasada Ranch, which The Oregonian named the state's "Best Destination Resort," you can do it all: golfing on Brasada Canyons, spa treatments at Spa Brasada, horseback riding and 1,800 acres of hiking, all with bea
Vacasa offers a wide range of privately owned homes throughout Bend & the surrounding areas, from cozy ski condos to downtown cottages. Many include hot tubs, WiFi, and pet-friendly policies!
The Red Lion Inn & Suites Bend Oregon puts you in the center of a central Oregon playground.
This pub in Bend's Old Mill District serves beer brewed in a barn-turned-nano-brewery transformed by Al and Susan Toepfer on a ranch southeast of the city.
Vertical Drop: 3,365’
Skiable Acres: 3,683’
Lifts: 12 chairlifts, including 7 high-speed quads
Located in beautiful Bend, Oregon, Deschutes Brewery overlooks the wild and scenic Deschutes River. It’s home base to their adventurous, award-winning lineup of pioneering beers.
Come discover how our local geology, ecology, climate, and culture are all interwoven at the Lava Lands Visitor Center. The latest information on various topics including volcanic activity in the Cascade Mountains and Paleo-Indian technology is available and hands on activities will delight both young and old.
Goody's is a family run tradition of handmade chocolates, candies and ice cream. First created by Marne and Marion Palmateer in Sunriver, in 1984, Goody's Candy Store very quickly became a legendary and loved Central Oregon tradition selling assorted candies purchased for resale.
The Blacksmith Restaurant serves distinctive new ranch cuisine in the historic Pearson Blacksmith Shop in Downtown Bend. The newly-renovated restaurant will make diners nostalgic for the comfort foods of the past with a contemporary spin. Executive chef Gavin McMichael features a seasonally changing menu, creating new classics like: “Lobster Corndogs,” “Not Your Mother’s Meatloaf” and “Northwest Cheesesteak.”
A 89-foot waterfall on Tumalo Creek about 20 miles outside of Bend. The park at the base of the falls offers hiking trails, fishing, picnic areas and restrooms. Along the way to the falls are informational kiosks that make it a great trip if you want to learn about the ecology of creeks, forests and fish habitat.