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What you should know about Redmond

Located on the eastern side of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains in the high desert region, Redmond offers visitors the perfect escape to the great outdoors. Dive right in with a range of sporting, hiking, riding, and watersports activities across thousands of acres of natural landscape in nearby national forests and state parks. Or simply enjoy the spectacular views of the rivers and mountains. This increasingly popular city also has interesting cultural sites to explore, once you’re tired from all the activity.

Hotels in Redmond


From great-value accommodation to luxury Redmond hotels, visitors will always be able to find a room to suit them. The Lodge at Eagle Crest is a fantastic family resort on the edge of town. Stay in a spacious, luxury room with your own sofa and TV, and get active at the waterpark, golf course, and go-karting track of this great hotel in Redmond. Travelers looking for a bargain can also pick up a great Redmond hotel deal. Check out the highly rated Comfort Suites Redmond Airport, or the great-value 2-star Redmond Inn, for budget rooms with all the essentials along the I-97 highway.

Things to see in Redmond


In the city, visit The Art of Alfred A. Dolezal Gallery to explore Redmond’s cultural side, where the artist-in-residence himself can show you the world of his spiritual, thought-provoking art. Another unique location in the area is Beyond the Ranch Antiques. This shop sells all sorts of oddities from around the U.S. Pick up a genuine pair of leather cowboy boots, and even a saddle to go with it. This’ll go well with your potential next activity, a horse-riding tour at the scenic Eagle Crest Resort, which offers private lessons and tours for all ages. Afterward, travel further out to the Smith Rock State Park, Redmond’s natural treasure. Walk along the winding stream on the ground, the aptly-named Crooked River. Or explore the monumental cliffs. From their peak, you can gain an unbeatable view of the whole Redmond area. Trek up the pathway around these rocks to reach the top, or grab your rock-climbing gear and scale the cliff faces instead.

Good for families


Set off on your next family adventure in this district, with a range of fun and exciting outdoor activities to enjoy both in the national parks and at your hotel in Redmond. Go for a thrilling mountain bike ride or abseiling trip, or take it a little easier with a round of golf. Budget Redmond hotels are also a great choice for solo travelers. In addition, Redmond has brilliant transport links available for anyone wanting to explore further. Its national airport serves cities such as Los Angeles and San Francisco, and the I-97 highway leads right to nearby Bend.

How to get to Redmond


Fly locally to Redmond Municipal Airport from the west of the U.S. and land right in the middle of Redmond. Alternately, travel to Portland International Airport. From here, it takes a little less than 3 hours to reach the city. The Cascades East Transit coach company runs buses from Redmond to Bend during the week, and cheap fares can also be had. Otherwise, it takes approximately 25 minutes to travel to Bend by car, and an additional 35 minutes to reach the heart of the Deschutes National Forest. The Smith Rock State Park will take just 15 minutes to reach by car from the center of town.

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