Oregon's Best Attractions

Redmond, Oregon Attractions

Attractions In Redmond Oregon

A list of things to do and places to visit in or around Redmond, Oregon.

  • Mt Bachelor Located near Bend, Oregon, Mt. Bachelor offers both winter and summer fun for all ages. In the winter, Mt. Bachelor is one of the largest ski areas in the Pacific Northwest, offering 3,700 ski-able acres and nearly 3,400 vertical drop. Mt. Bachelor ski area is perfect for beginners as well as those looking for steep back-country terrain or […]

  • Smith Rock State Park Smith Rock State Park is located 20 minutes north of Redmond, Oregon. The park is one of Central Oregon‘s top attractions for hikers and climbers looking to enjoy nature at it’s finest. The drastic contrast from high desert to sheer rock faces surrounded by the Crooked River leaves visitors in awe.   Trails at Smith Rock […]

  • Deschutes National Forest The Deschutes National Forest is located on 1.8 million acres along the east side of the Cascade Mountains. Hiking, biking, boating, camping, canoeing, fishing, sight-seeing and wildlife viewing are just a few amazing activities one can do while visiting this beautiful and pristine National Forest.

  • High Desert Museum The High Desert Museum is located on highway 97, eight miles south of Bend, Oregon. The museum offers educational indoor and outdoor exhibits for all ages. Experience the spirit of the west, trout ponds and other wildlife up close. Phone: (541) 382-4754

  • Wanderlust Tours Wanderlust Tours has two locations, Bend and Sunriver, Oregon. They provide tours of some of best attractions Central Oregon has to offer. Summer tours include canoeing, kayaking, caving, GPS Eco-Challenge, volcano sightseeing, and evening tours. Winter tours include guided snowshoeing, cave tours and GPS Eco-Challenge trips. Wanderlust Tours is great for couples, families, groups or individuals looking […]

  • Lava River Cave The Lave River Cave is located  on  U.S. Highway 97 between La Pine and Bend and is apart of the Newberry National Volcanic Monument.  The cave offer a unique hike down into a mile long lava tube that is fun and educational for all ages.  Lanterns are available for rent at the gate. Make sure to dress warm as the […]

  • Tumalo State Park Tumalo State Park is located off Highway 20, five miles northwest of Bend, Oregon. Enjoy the beauty of Central Oregon while staying at the park. There are 23 full hookups, 54 tent sites, 7 yurts, 2 group tent sites, hiker/biker camp and picnic areas you can reserve. Park Information: (541) 382-3586 or (800) 551-6949. To make reservations(800)-452-5687.  

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  • Ochoco National Forest