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What you should know about Bend

Located just outside the stunning Deschutes National Forest in Oregon, Bend is the perfect spot for natural beauty and outdoor activities. Despite its modest size, this city offers visitors a lot for an exciting, active vacation, or for something more relaxing. Enjoy the wonderful views of the countryside, with traditional evergreen trees and the Deschutes River running through the town against a lovely, mountainous backdrop. Bend is also home to great museums for a spot of culture during your visit.

Hotels in Bend

Hotels in Bend cater to all travelers. With plenty of budget Bend hotels located along the city’s main road and upscale, luxury accommodation available closer to the river, you won’t be stuck for choice. The highly rated Rainbow Motel and the nearby Econo Lodge offer 2-star accommodation and everything you need for a good night’s sleep. In addition, these hotels have excellent transportation links to the national forest and elsewhere. The Hampton Inn & Suites Bend is a popular choice for a comfortable stay with great facilities, including an indoor pool and gym. This 4-star Bend hotel also provides spacious King and Queen rooms to accommodate all members of the family.

Things to see in Bend

Lovers of animals and history should head to the High Desert Museum. This location houses bugs, mammals, reptiles, and so much more. Get up close to great horned owls and other fantastic birds at the birds of prey center, and meet plenty of cute creatures such as otters and wildcats. There are also fascinating historical exhibits to discover and interact with, including Native American relics and old Western displays. Afterward, get out your trekking gear and journey to the Newberry National Volcanic Monument in the Deschutes National Forest. Discover the dried lava remnants of the volcanic eruption that occurred just 1,300 years ago. You can also explore the more than 54,000 acres of beautiful and interesting landscape across the forest. Active travelers can take advantage of the numerous outdoors and sports activities available. Bike along one of the many trails across Bend, or go whitewater-rafting down the Deschutes River rapids.

Good for families

Bend has a wealth of exciting activities in the great outdoors to enjoy that are suitable for both parents and children, as well as scenic views and natural beauty spots for visitors wanting a slower-paced vacation. Families can choose a fantastic luxury Bend hotel in a scenic spot near the river and mountains, while visitors on a budget can opt for a more modest discount hotel in Bend for a great-value, active trip. Moreover, the city provides fantastic links to other great locations such as Redmond for more variety during your stay.

How to get to Bend

Fly to nearby Redmond Municipal Airport from locations such as San Francisco and Los Angeles, although if you’re traveling from overseas, you may need to transfer at Portland International Airport first. Driving to Bend from Portland will take a little over 3 hours along I-5 S, OR-22 E, and US-20 E, and if you’re in Redmond, travel along US-97 S which leads directly to the city. Busses run along US-97 all the way to La Pine nestled in the Deschutes National Forest from Monday through Friday, with great-value fares available. A car trip from Bend to the national forest will take approximately 35 minutes.