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What you should know about Prineville

Northeast of Bend is the stunning neighborhood of Prineville, just a stone’s throw away from magnificent views of the countryside that could enliven the eyes of even the most jaded travelers. As well as a vast selection of routes for walking, trekking and cycling, Prineville hotel reviews are quick to praise the many routes for drivers to enjoy the scenery, and the various tranquil spots to stop for picnics, games with friends or family, or to take photos to make all your friends turn green with envy.

Hotels in Prineville


Prineville hotels mainly cover the mid segment of the market, but with a variety of options for those on a more modest budget. For visitors seeking a little pampering, however, Brasada Ranch is one of numerous luxury hotels in Prineville. With spacious and stunning rooms looking out over its own golf course, there is a fitness center and spa, plus a rooftop terrace to enjoy starlit views of the scenery in the evening. The 4-star Pronghorn Resort is also an excellent option for Prineville accommodation. With a seasonal outdoor pool, the cozy condos here are an ideal base during your visit to the neighborhood.

Things to see in Prineville


In order to enjoy the beautiful scenery and take in the splendor of the neighborhood, take the Crooked River Scenic Drive, an 8-mile journey offering fabulous views, and plenty of pit stops for fishing, picnics, photos and lots more. If you ever tire of the views here and want something more energetic, the Steins Pillar Hike is a 4-mile walk to an elevation of 680 feet. This pleasant walk can be enjoyed by all the family and gives terrific views across the hills. Also worth a visit is the Cada Dia Cheese Dairy, run by a husband and wife who provide informative tours about cheese production. Then, the Bowman Museum lets you learn a little of the history of the local area. Housed in a former bank, this museum offers interesting exhibitions, while Prineville reviews speak of very knowledgeable and friendly staff.

Good for nature lovers


Prineville is a treat for all visitors but it is especially exciting for nature lovers. Prineville Reservoir State Park is part of Oregon State Parks, which offers numerous activities for all. Visitors can cycle or walk in the park, or head for a swim or sail. Picturesque spots around the park are ideal for walks with friends, family or your partner, while the photogenic scenes provide fabulous backdrops to share with all at home. Even if you enjoy nature but prefer to stay in a more urbanized area with everyday amenities, Prineville Reservoir is easily accessed by car.

How to get to Prineville


With Highway 26 running through the neighborhood, Prineville is easily accessed by car. From Portland, take Highway 26 south to the neighborhood (a 3-hour drive). Coming from the south, the drive takes around 7.5 hours from Sacramento: head north on Interstate 5 before moving on to Highway 97 all the way to Prineville. Buses also take visitors to Bend from across the U.S.; from there, local buses offer services to Prineville. From further afield, Portland International Airport is well-served by flights from across the U.S. and abroad. For travel in Prineville itself, it is best to visit the local sites by car.