Oregon’s Cyclocross Culture

Cyclocross is a cycling event where competitors race bicycles in a mass start over mixed surfaces, in a timed event on a closed course.

Butte-iful Oregon Hikes

Whether you’re looking for a quick morning hike or an all-day trek, climbing Oregon’s buttes provides some of the best views the state has to offer.

Bistro 28

Opened in January, Bistro 28 is located in the Athletic Club of Bend, offering members and non-members alike a classic bistro experience. The bistro is the more casual sibling of Zydeco with the same high culinary standards. You can enjoy a menu of diverse cuisine, cocktails, wine, and beer in the dining room, lounge, sports bar or the recently expanded patio. The Athletic Club offers childcare for diners until 9 p.m., and this summer you can relish concert specials during the Peak Summer Nights summer concert series.

Silverado Jewelry Gallery

Silverado Jewelry Gallery showcases highly innovative artisans and their eclectic collection covers many styles from  traditional to contemporary.  Whether your preference is sterling or stainless, turquoise or pearls, you are sure to find something that pleases you. 1001 NW Wall St # 101 Bend, OR  

Crown Villa

Beautiful grounds and immaculate sites set the tone for an experience unlike any other at Crown Villa. Each site is constructed with stone pavers,. thick grass, old growth pine trees, storage sheds, bistro sets, and at least 20’ of open space between neighbors. Ammentities include clubhouse, 24-hr restrooms, laundry facilities, hot tub & steam rooms, a full service business center, and exercise room can help relieve some stress. Rec. opportunities include tennis and/or pickleball, disc golf, horseshoes, putter in our Community Garden or simply putt on our golf green. Guest receptions, with resort provided meals and live music make it easy to sit with glass of wine and enjoy the companies of fellow RV’ers.

Terrebonne Depot Food & Drink

The freshest cuisine in Central Oregon, minutes from Smith Rock. Terrebonne Depot offers ingredient-focused American cuisine served in Terrebonne’s 100-year-old former train station. Terrebonne Depot serves a wide range of fresh traditional fare, specialty cocktails, choice local and imported beer and wine. Food and drink may be enjoyed under the exposed beams of the recently renovated historic structure or outside on the expansive deck—where views of Smith Rock and the Cascades are unmatched. A quarter-mile from Highway 97 toward Smith Rock State Park.

Oregon Trip Planner: High Desert

Incorporated in 1910, Redmond was named after Frank T. Redmond, who settled here in 1905. Originally dubbed Hub City because it was a day’s horseback ride from here to Bend, Madras, Prineville and Sisters, Redmond remains a pivot point with the area’s only commercial airport at Robert’s Field.