: Central Oregon

Central Oregon

Sunny skies, snow-kissed mountains, shimmering rivers, alpine lakes and sagebrush plains serve as the backdrop for this outdoor playground.

Anchored by the handsome city of Bend, this region is home to all the skiing, hiking, climbing, cycling, fishing, rafting, and golf of your dreams. And at the end of an adventurous day, you’ll find that culture, dining and the arts abound.

You’re truly in the center of it all — so choose your pleasure and go for it.

57100 Beaver Drive, Suite #130
Sunriver, OR 97707
(800) 800-8334

Trip Ideas

Average Weather

spring

HIGH

57 °F
14 °C

LOW

30 °F
-1 °C

summer

HIGH

81 °F
27 °C

LOW

48 °F
9 °C

fall

HIGH

62 °F
17 °C

LOW

32 °F
0 °C

winter

HIGH

40 °F
4 °C

LOW

23 °F
-5 °C

Tasty detours in Central Oregon

The Tale of the Ale Trail
Wine Tasting in Bend
Stargaze at Worthy Brewing’s Hopservatory
Picnic with the Best Views in Central Oregon
Brew-It-Yourself at Immersion Brewing
Farm-to-Table Dining Takes Root in Bend
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Outdoor adventures in Central Oregon

A Dog’s Guide to Trails in Central Oregon
Crooked River Canyon Scenic Bikeway
37Mi, Moderate
Prineville, Central Oregon
Summiting South Sister
Golfer’s Paradise in Central Oregon
Women’s Weekend Adventure in Central Oregon
Terrebonne, Central Oregon
Oregon Adaptive Sports Makes Summer Outdoor Recreation Accessible
Exploring the Land of Lava
Loving the Van Life at Cascade Lakes

Central Oregon Cities

Bend
Madras
Terrebonne
Prineville
Redmond
Metolius
Sunriver
La Pine

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Central Oregon

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Ask Oregon

Where should we go stargazing near Bend?

Hi Jason, welcome to Bend! There are two actual observatories, one in Sunriver and one at Pine Mountain east of town. Aside from that, I’d suggest getting away from the lights of town. Smith Rock would be a good choice, or head up Cascade Lakes Highway to Mt. Bachelor or one of the Cascade Lakes. Brasada…

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