Are you looking for a nice cafe with wifi to work or study? Or maybe you need somewhere you can gather with friends or meet with colleagues? We’re putting together a list of the best places to work, study, or meet in Redmond, Oregon.
The Tumalo Falls hike is a must do in Central Oregon for hikers who love waterfalls. Following the North Fork Trail, there are several options of varying lengths. Here are a few things you should know before you go.
When it comes to floating the Deschutes River in Central Oregon, the float in Bend is the easiest place for visitors to do so without signing up for a package tour.
Diego’s in downtown Redmond is a casual, contemporary restaurant that’s definitely worth a visit. It features a full bar and extensive menu of both Mexican and American food, with a few other international dishes as well.
This weekend we were on a mission to float the river near Tumalo, Central Oregon. We had heard rumors about floating in Tumalo but found very few details online (hence why we’re sharing our tubing experience from Tumalo State Park into town in this blog post).
f you’re driving to Central Oregon from Portland, Salem, or anywhere else along the Willamette Valley, you are in for a scenic drive! The following are the distances and approximate times for driving to Redmond and other parts of Central Oregon:
Portland to Redmond, Oregon: 145 miles, 3 hours
The walk to Steelhead Falls from the trailhead is a short 0.5 miles one way. The trail continues down the river, but the falls is the main attraction and most scenic viewpoint. This is also a popular area for fishing.
The Cline Butte Loop Trail is an easy-to-moderate hike in Eagle Crest, not far from Redmond, Oregon.
Redmond Cinemas was established in 1987 and though the exterior gives off the impression that the theater might be a bit dated, the four theaters inside are standard, modern screening rooms.
Cline Falls on the Deschutes River is a short walk with a beautiful viewpoint just off the Mackenzie Highway, near Eagle Crest resort. There are a number of places to approach the falls, but we think the view is best from the East side of the river.