Bend is the county seat of Deschutes County in Central Oregon, located between the Cascade and Maury Mountains.
Bend is a tourist destination in both the summer and winter.
Get in
By plane
  • Redmond Airport – Roberts Field (RDM)  is about 15 minutes from Bend and served by four air carriers: American Airlines, Alaska Air, Delta, and United with daily direct flights to Denver, Portland, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Phoenix.
By Bus
The central bus station for all local and long distance buses (or vans) are at the downtown Hawthorne Station at 334 NE Hawthorne Ave. Some of the bus companies may pick up and drop off at another location instead. Check with them. A number of them do serve the Redmond Airport too.
  • Cascades East Transit  operates buses in town (Rt #1-6 & 11) and out to Redmond (Rt #24), La Pine (Rt #30) & Mt Bachelor (Rt #18) on multiple routes. To get to the airport, take the #24 bus (Bend – Redmond) to Redmond and transfer to the #23 bus (Airporter).
  • Central Oregon Breeze operates buses to Portland_(Oregon) (Portland International Airport, Amtrak/Greyhound) via Redmond & Madras from the Sugar Loaf Motel [21] at 62980 N U.S. Hwy 97 .
  • Oregon Point goes from Bend to Ontario via Burns on the ‘Eastern Point Line’; between Redmond Airport and Chemult Amtrak on the HD Point Line; and a route from Bend to Eugene. Tickets to Ontario can also be booked on The HD Point line traveling between Chemult and Redmond Airport also make an additional stop at the Riverhouse [23] at 3075 U.S. 97 Business Route.
  • People Mover  goes up to John Day via Redmond, Prineville, Mitchell, Dayville & Mt Vernon.
  • Porter Stage Lines goes out to Coos Bay via Sisters, Eugene & Florence.
  • Valley Retriever  goes out to Salem, Corvallis and Newport from Lava Lanes Bowling Alley at 1555 NE Forbes Rd.
Get around
To fully enjoy the city of Bend, your best mode of transportation is the bicycle. Bend has extensive bike paths and lanes and walking paths. When visiting downtown Bend, you can park for free for the first two hours during business hours and unlimited hours after 5PM. Downtown is best explored by foot. Parking can be difficult at times but a spacious parking garage is located at the corner of Bond and Oregon Streets.
Limited bus service is available with Cascade East Transit for transportation in town and to Redmond, La Pine & Mt Bachelor on multiple routes. Keep that word “limited” in mind: service is infrequent even in the city, and the intercity lines only make a few runs in the morning and a few runs in the afternoon. If your trip takes you to one of the suburbs, consider that these cities have no fixed route service at all, and the “dial-a-ride” service (while available to everyone and is not just limited to seniors and the disabled like in larger cities) requires 24-hour advance reservations.
Like all cities of any size, there are taxi companies.. but don’t expect to hail one on the street. Distances around town can be deceiving, but most taxi companies should be able to give you a rough estimate of the fare before they pick you up. Service times can vary widely: even the biggest cab company in town only has a handful of cabs and drivers, so there can be a wait. As of May 2017 Uber has been added to the city of Bend.
Driving around Bend is typical of a smaller city with a few caveats. The Bend Parkway carries US-97 North-South through the center of town on a limited access quasi-freeway. However, there’s a lot of right-in-right-out interchanges with very short duck-outs and (at the northern and southern edges of Bend) crosswalks and traffic signals in unexpected places. The posted speed limit on the Parkway is 45 MPH, but you will note that the locals often ignore it and treat the Parkway like an Interstate-grade highway. Recent initiatives by the Oregon State Police have increased speed enforcement.
Traffic in the city is generically light, except during the traditional rush hours you’d find everywhere.. and at worst can be considered “moderate.” A couple of exceptions to this rule are the intersections of Greenwood Ave. and Third St. and Reed Market Rd. between the Parkway and 15th Street. During the day traffic can get momentarily heavy. The Reed Market corridor is especially problematic, as an at-grade railroad crossing often brings traffic to a complete stop for 15 minutes or longer.
Bend has fallen in love with roundabouts. Many of the secondary street intersections have been upgraded this way, and the city government has only promised the construction of more. Locals have given them names based largely upon the public art installed in the center, so don’t be afraid to ask a local what they mean by “the Flaming Chicken” (that’s 14th St. and Galveston Ave). In fact, a fun short excursion can be had just visiting all the roundabouts and their public art! If you are inexperienced with roundabouts as either a motorist or a cyclist, it’s worth reading the city’s informational page.
  • High Desert Museum[29]. The High Desert Museum is Located just south of Bend on Highway 97. The High Desert Museum is a great way to gain educational experience about some of the animals and habitat that go along with Central Oregon. The High Desert Museum is open on weekdays from 9AM-5PM.
  • Historic Tower Theatre
  • Smith Rock Smith Rock State Park encompasses 651 acres on the Oregon high desert plateau which hovers around 3000 feet in elevation. The park and campground are open year-round. A $5 day use permit or a current state park camp receipt is needed for each vehicle. A yearly permit is available for $30. Hiking trails offer spectacular views of the surrounding area. You can spend 30 minutes walking along the river or a half day making a loop on the entire trail system that extends outside of the park. The major rock faces are composed of welded tuff (compressed volcanic ash) reaching a height of up to 550 feet. The picnic and campground areas sit on top of the rimrock which is made up of columnar basalt. There are over 1400 climbing routes in and around the park ranging from some of the best sport climbs in the world to… “Why would anyone want to climb that pile of choss”. People climb year-round, but summer temperatures can reach 100+ degrees (f), and in the dead of winter the thermometer stays close to the freezing mark (32f) during the day. Spring and fall are the most popular climbing months.
  • Deschutes River The Deschutes features ruggedly beautiful scenery, outstanding whitewater boating, and a renowned sport fishery for steelhead, brown trout, and native rainbow trout. The Upper Deschutes features primarily flatwater boating with limited whitewater and excellent trout fishing opportunities. The Middle Deschutes has excellent hiking opportunities with spectacular geologic formations and waterfalls, but boating is limited. The Lower Deschutes offers the greatest opportunities for whitewater rafting and is one of Oregon’s premier steelhead and trout fisheries
  • Newberry National Volcanic Monument  South of Bend, See lava flows, explore lava caves and ice caves, fishing for trophy rainbow and brown trout in the two alpine lakes at the Newberry caldera (East Lake & Paulina Lake) and explore the massive Obsidian Flow. There are hiking trails, camping and resorts. Also snow parks, winter cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Visit the Lava Lands Visitor Center for information.
  • Cascade lakes and Mountains These areas are spectacular. Take a drive on the Cascade Lakes Highway and you can go to Sparks Lake, which is ideal for canoing and kayaking, the Twin Lakes, Elk Lake and more while taking in some beautiful mountain scenery at the same time. Many of these lakes offer fishing, camping, and trailheads for hiking up into the mountains. Along the Cascade Lakes Highway, you can access trailheads as well as snow parks for snowmobiling in the winter.
  • Cultus Lake is located about 45 minutes outside of Bend, Oregon, on the cascades lake highway. At the lake there are a number of activities and facilities available for tourists, all centered around the crystal clear waters of the lake. At Cultus Lake there are a number of activities available. The resort’s main attraction is its water sports. One can rent a number of watercrafts including: Jet skis, Motorboats, Canoes, Kayaks, Paddleboats, and party boats. Gas and oil can be purchased on site. Another popular activity at Cultus is the fishing. The lake is filled with Rainbows, Bass, Mackinaws and Browns. There are also beaches where people can swim and enjoy the water from another perspective. At the lodge there is a restaurant open to the public. They serve a wide variety of food here and it is reasonably priced. One can also purchase groceries, although the selection is limited and prices higher than a supermarket. Cabins are available to rent at Cultus Lake. The cabins are near the lake, and have fireplaces, kitchens and appliances. There are a number of campsites available on and near the lake. They are operated by the National Forest Service, and have a small per night fee. There is running water, toilets and parking available to campers, however there are no R.V. hook ups.
  • Elk Lake is located about 11 miles past Mount Bachelor and just a short drive out of Bend, Oregon. It is known for its mountain scenery and relaxed atmosphere. It has clear water, making it popular to people seeking water activities. The Lake is 405 acres in size, with a depths ranging from 25′-75. The elevation of the resort is about 4884′. At Elk lake fishing is a popular activity. The lake is filled with Kokanee and brook trout. In the summer months the lake is planted with brook trout. Popular fishing techniques include: still-fishing, trolling and fly fishing. Boating is also permitted at Elk Lake. At the resort there are paddle boat, canoes, and sail boats available to rent. Prices for these boats are fairly reasonable and can be checked out by the hour or by the day. Larger motor boats are not allowed to help maintain the peacefulness on the lake. There are a number of boat docks that surround the lake to make launching a boat relatively easy. Swimming is easily accessible at the sunset and beach areas of the lake. If hiking is your choice there are miles of trails that circle the lake. At the resort there is a restaurant open to the public. It serves a wide variety of food, specializing in their hamburgers. For dessert they have a small ice cream parlor with about a dozen different flavors. There is also a small store where groceries can be purchased. Cabins are available to rent, and can be checked out at the main resort. They vary in size and location. Camping can be done at a number of different sites in the area. The different sites include: Little Fawn Campground, Little Fawn Group Camp, Point Campground, and Elk Lake Campground. There are also areas reserved specifically for day use.
  • Author, Author Literary Series  Annual series by Deschutes Public Library that brings the country’s top authors to Bend for a lively discussion of the author’s current works, literature and writing process.
  • Bend Film Festival  An annual celebration of independent cinema through the screening of films, as well as lectures and educational opportunities. Occurs during the month of October.
  • High Desert Chamber Music An acclaimed series of classical chamber music concerts in Central Oregon, ranging from string duos to piano quintets.
  • Mt. Bachelor  Bachelor is Central Oregon’s best Ski/Snowboard mountain. It was home to the Olympic snowboard trials years back as well. When the summit is open (depending on weather) it is some of the best skiing you will find in Oregon. The northwest territory is also great with lots of black diamond runs. It’s probably not a bad idea to take some 2-way radios for the other members of your party. The mountain is quite big and keeping track of everyone is sometimes difficult.
  • Whitewater rafting Bend offers some great Whitewater rafting on the Deschutes River.
  • Mountain Bike Bend and Central Oregon have hundreds of miles of singletrack perfect for riders of all levels. There are trails for families and beginners and trails for serious mountain bikers wanting to get their ride in. Most of the trails in the Bend area are in the cross country category – great for front and full suspension bikes. The trails are pretty buff with some roots and rocks. There are some steep climbs, but mainly the trails climb for days from town 20+ miles to Mt. Bachelor and beyond. This means there are great routes for downhill and shuttling. Popular trails include Whoops, Funner, Phil’s Canyon, Flagline and Mrazek. Recently more and more progressive, downhill and freeride styles of trail have been built in Bend including the Lair and ODP (Old Dirty Pirate). All the trails, new and old are thanks to COTA, Central Oregon Trail Alliance who maintain the trails as well as work on building new ones. All riders who live or visit Central Oregon are recommended to become members and support the trail alliance! Mountain biking in Bend is a great summer activity and with multiple bike shops in town renting bikes (Hutchs, Pine Mountain Sports, Webcyclery & Sunnyside Sports). Cog Wild Mountain Bike tours also offers tours and shuttles for riders of all levels. Contact them to be taken out on a great ride. Adventure Maps also sells great maps of the trails of Central Oregon. You can find their maps online or at each bike shop in Bend.
  • Golf There are golf courses in Bend for both high and low handicappers. Bend offers several great golf courses that share amazing scenery. At 3600 feet, the ball always travels higher and longer in Bend!
  • Pine Mountain Observatory. Great place to go see the stars. Camping available.
  • Go Fishing Bend is situated in the Heart of the Cascades, and due to this location Bend is surrounded by numerous Cascade lakes and the well known Deschutes River. Some of the Cascade lakes hold monster trout exceeding 10 lbs, Crane Praire is one of these lakes, and it is south of Bend near Sun River. The avid fisherman can experience almost everything when fishing around Bend. The lakes hold a variety of species of fish from Trout, Kokanee, Atlantic Salmon, Bass and other fish. While the famous Deshcutes holds an abundance of fish. The Deschutes flows right through the city of Bend. Some of the better fishing can actually be right in front of the Riverhouse right on the Deschutes off of 3rd St. If getting away from the crowds is what you like the Deschutes offers miles and miles of peaceful fishing spots.
  • Les Schwab Amphitheater In the summer time Bend offers many Sunday concerts that are performed at the Les Schwab Amphitheater. In the past artists such as Cold Play, Keith Urban, Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top and Jack Johnson have performed there. This summer Ben Harper will be performing at the Les Schwab Amphitheater.
  • Smith Rock Climbing School 541-312-9242AMGA Accredited guide service. Guiding and instructing at Smith Rock since 1983. Smith Rock’s original guide service. edit
  • Bend Factory Stores Premier shopping outlet just off of Highway 97. Features a variety of brands including Coach, Columbia Sportswear, Eddie Bauer, Nike, Van Heusen, and others.
  • Cascade Village Shopping Center A 34 acre outdoor campus that features big name retailers such as Bed, Bath and Beyond, Best Buy, JC Penney, Trader Joe’s, World Market and more. Various dining opportunities are scattered throughout the center.
  • Downtown Bend  The entire downtown district is a mammoth shopping venue. You’ll find a plethora of local storefronts featuring a wide variety of specialties, as well as regionally, and nationally known chains. There are also art galleries, cafes, and a large, diverse offering of dining opportunities.
  • The Old Mill District  The Old Mill District is a vast shopping and entertainment district. It features many great stores including American Eagle Outfitters, Banana Republic, Gap, PacSun, and REI – among many others. There are exclusive dining opportunities, as well as national restaurant chains. This district also includes the Les Schwab Amphitheater, which is a large outdoor concert venue that has played host to some of the biggest names in music.
  • The Redmond Antique District  Located just minutes away, the Redmond Antique District features several large antique malls, as well as smaller-scale antique storefronts. The vintage finds here are endless.
Bend has a great selection of restaurants located all over town. Ranging from cheap and easy to expensive and ritzy, you are guaranteed to get a great meal almost anywhere you go.
  • The Original Pancake House  Located on the West Side of Bend on the way up to Mt. Bachelor, the Pancake House has excellent food and great service.
  • Deschutes Brewery  Known for its world renowned dark brews, the Deschutes Brewery offers excellent burgers and sandwiches (and the best hot wings in town) with a great atmosphere in the heart of downtown Bend visitors really shouldn’t leave town without experiencing.
  • Longboard Louie’s is a great burrito shack on the westside of Bend that offers great food at prices college kids can afford. Louie’s has all of the character of the locals and it is located just a couple hundred yards from Drake Park and the Deschutes River running through Bend. An Eastside location has been added to town.
  • Pizza Mondo, located on Main St. in downtown Bend, has great pizza at cheap prices and large quantities. With great lunchtime deals and is a great place to hit up after a day on the slopes.
  • Cibelli’s New York Pizza Two locations in Bend (East & West). Eastside – 2095 NE Highway 20, +1 541 385-8646. Westside – 64670 Strickler Ave # 101B, +1 541 318-2800. This is very good New York Pizza. They also have a 24″ pizza that is huge. No delivery.
  • Super Burrito, Not the fanciest place in Bend, but arguably the best Mexican food. It is on Minnesota and is easily the best taqueria around. An Eastside location has been added.
  • Toomies Thai Cuisine, 119 NW Minnesota Ave., Tel: +1 541 388-5590. Very reasonable priced Thai food with a good selection. Lunch under $6, dinner $6 to $18.
  • Mangia Pasta Mangia Pasta is also located on Bend’s eastside. This quaint, romantic restaurant has great pasta and Italian food that is perfect for a dinner-date at affordable prices.
  • Broken Top Restaurant Broken Top’s famous golf course also has a great restaurant with excellent food. Although its meals are on the pricey side, every meal is definitely worth its price. Located on Bend’s westide.
  • Anthony’s Homeporter is in Bend’s newly (and continually) developed Old Mill district, it is a chain that is in Seattle, Washington and offers excellent seafood at affordable prices. It has a nice full service bar with about six of the Oregon microbrews on tap. It also has a nice patio area that overlooks the Deschutes River
  • Goodies Candy Shop Goodies is a delightful little candy shop in downtown Bend that offers an array of different sorts of chocolates, candies, milkshakes, ice creams, and popcorn that is perfect for topping off a great meal.
  • Staccato at the Firehall, 5 NW Minnesota, +1 541 312-3100, Fax: +1 541 312-3191. This fine dining restaurant is in the old firehouse in Bend. During good weather the big truck door open onto the patio. The original fire pole is behind the bar.
  • Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails, 919 Bond, +1 541 312-2899. Award winning restaurant. Try the Acadian Flatbread from the starter list. Good wine list and full service bar.
  • Pilot Butte Located along Greenwood Avenue, this restaurant has some of the best burgers in Bend! It is the home of the Pilot Butte Burger (one of them is enough to feed about 3 people) and is open only for lunch seven days a week.
  • Flatbread Community Oven375 SW Powerhouse Drive #130 (The Old Mill District near Orvis),  541-728-060011:00Voted Best Pizza in Bend by Gusto magazine 2009. Oregon’s only VPN certified Neapolitan Pizzeria & Wine Bar. Located at the Old Mill right on the Deschutes River. 8-14.
  • 10 Below10 NW Minnesota Avenue 541-382-1010Fine dining in downtown Bend, free valet parking.
  • Bonta Natural Artisan Gelato (Bonta), 920 NW Bond St Suite 108 541-306-6606Mon-Sat 11AM to 10PM Sun 12PM to 8PMServing hand crafted small-batch ice cream made in Bend Oregon using the Pacific Northwest’s finest ingredients. $
  • The Sparrow Bakery Northwest (The Sparrow Bakery Northwest), 2748 NW Crossing Dr #110 541-647-2323, . Mon-Fri 7AM to 5PM Sat-Sun 7AM to 3PMFrom Ocean rolls and pastries to delicious sandwiches and seasonal soups The Sparrow Bakery Northwest has something for everyone. $.
  • 28, 920 NW Bond, +1 541 385-0828. Premium cocktails and good bistro food. This is one of the many hot spots in downtown Bend.
  • Astro Lounge, 147 NW Minnesota, +1 541 388-0116. Singles bar in downtown area. This is a late night hot spot in Bend.
  • Bendistillery Martini Bar, 850 NW Brooks St., +1 541 338-6868.  Another hot spot and favorite. Serving handcrafted small-batch distilled spirits. Tu-Sa 4:30PM-Midnight.
  • Bend is home to Deschutes Brewery.  If you’re in town be sure to stop by there. They have some great seasonal brews as well as six others that are regularly on tap. The facility is in the heart of downtown Bend, which is next to the Deschutes River. Deschutes Brewery’s “Mirror Pond Pale Ale” was voted the number one microbrew in the United States by Men’s Journal.
  • The Bend Brewery is another great place to grab a drink. Not only is it a pub but a well known restaurant that over looks Mirror Pond in Bend.
  • El Rodeo3rd St (South of Wilson on the west side of 3rd St.). Friendly Staff, Family friendly, consistently fast meal preparation & a local favorite. 6-16
  • 10 Below10 NW Minnesota Avenue STE 120 541.382.1010Fine dining and full service cocktail lounge in the heart of downtown Bend, offering complimentary valet parking for all dining patrons 
  • Silver Moon Brewing24 Northwest Greenwood Avenue (541) 388-8331[7]Mon-Sat 11:30AM till Midnight Sun 11:30AM til 8pmGreat beer and good service. Free Wifi. 10 craft beers available. The Hounds Tooth Amber is one of the best around.
  • Crux Fermentation Project50 SW Division St. 97701 (Colorado Exit East to Right on Aune),  541-385-3311:30-10:00A tasting room nested within a brewery, Crux Fermentation Project creates a variety of non-traditional beers. Crux visitors also enjoy scenic views and glorious sunsets of the Cascade range. 
  • Bend Ale Trail750 NW Lava Rd. Ste. 160 541-382-8048. Experience the largest beer trail in the Western U.S. by picking up a Bend Ale Trail Atlas and Passport, or download the app, then visit each brewery on the official beer trail to collect stamps to earn a one-of-a-kind prize. You can redeem your paper or virtual passport at the Bend Visitor Center in downtown. Free
  • Days Inn, – 849 NE 3rd St, Tel +1 541 383-3776. Centrally located a block away from the Hawthorne bus station. Ideal if arriving on a late night bus or need to get an early bus out of town.
  • Eagle Crest Resort. Located between Bend and Redmond, Eagle Crest is known for its three golf courses and wonderful mountain views. The resort has a number of different amenities including, two recreation facilities including racquetball courts, basketball courts, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, weight and cardio center, three pools, two hot tubs (with adult hours only) indoor game room, day spa, café, a mini golf course-that will challenge even the most experienced golfers and a restaurant Niblick and Greenes.
  • The Inn of the Seventh Mountain. Great resort located just 15 minutes from ski resort Mt. Bachelor. The resort has two swimming pools, one complete with waterslide and volleyball net. The pool area is accompanied by large hot tubs, a sauna, and dressing rooms. The Inn has lots of activities including white water rafting, hay rides, mountain biking, shuttles to the mountain, ice skating, and lots more.
  • Mt. Bachelor Village Resort. Mt. Bachelor Village is on the way up to Mt. Bachelor and just outside of the city. Located close to the Old Mill District and minutes from downtown. Mt. Bachelor Village has rooms for all from business suits to family condos; during the winter season they have special packages for the winter enthusiast, which could include a ski trip or a snowshoes adventure. Almost all of the rooms face the wild Deschutes River. If you need some exercise, take a walk or run along the river trails, which run right along the river.
  • Phoenix Inn Suites  – 300 NW Franklin Ave, Tel: (541) 317-9292 — All suite accommodations with complimentary breakfast buffet, high speed Internet, and 24 hr. business center
  • Helios NW Eco-House (541) 595-8095. Oregon’s first LEED for Homes Gold Certified vacation rental. Located in the near Westside, a block down from Newport Market, Helios is a two bedroom, two bath vacation rental home, with bonus room, designed to accommodate up to six people in style and comfort.
  • McMenamins Old St. Francis School700 NW Bond St +1 541 382-5174. checkin: 3PM; checkout: 11AMRooms $125-$185, cottages $185-$395
  • The Oxford Hotel10 NW Minnesota Avenue (in the heart of downtown),  877-440-8436Bend’s only boutique hotel, with 59 stylish suites. 
  • Red Lion Hotel Bend1415 NE 3rd Street 541-382-7011. checkin: 3:00PM; checkout: 12:00PMCentrally located to downtown Bend and Highway 97. Pet-friendly, complimentary hot deluxe continental breakfast, complimentary wireless internet access, business center, room service and Black Bear Diner on property. 
  • Shilo Inns Bend Hotel3105 O.B. Riley Road (541) 389-9600‎Four stars.
  • Super 81275 S Hwy 97 Bend, OR 97702 541-388-6888. Take a break from your travels at Super 8 Bend, OR hotel, near Highway 97 and minutes from downtown. Start your day with free SuperStart continental breakfast, then log on to the Internet with free Wi-Fi access to connect with family and friends. Swim in our heated indoor pool or relax in our hot tub. Fuel up any time with free coffee in the lobby. We offer meeting space and free large-vehicle parking. Non-smoking and handicapped-accessible rooms are available, and kids 17 and under stay free with an adult at our pet-friendly Bend hotel. $57.
  • West Bend CottageNW Columbia Street 541-406-0234Cottage on Bend’s westside, walking distance to downtown and 3 nearby parks. Full kitchen, fenced backyard, bbq. $99.
  • Visit Bend (Bend Visitor Information), 750 NW Lava Rd., Ste. 160 541-382-8048. Stop by the Bend Visitor Center in downtown Bend to let them help you pick the perfect place to stay while you are visiting Bend. Visit the website to view all of Bend Oregon’s hotels, motels, vacation rentals, B&Bs, and resorts.
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites Bend Downtown1626 NW Wall St, Bend, Oregon, 97701 5413181747. checkin: 12:00am; checkout: 11:59pmFairfield inn & Suites is a convenient hotel in downtown Bend, Oregon, within walking distance to shopping, dining, breweries, galleries, museums and attractions like the Old Mill District. Surrounded by the hip vibe of downtown Bend, our hotel features newly-renovated rooms with plush beds, free Wi-Fi and many other amenities.
  • TownePlace Suites Bend755 SW 13th Pl, Bend, Oregon, 97702 5413825006. checkin: 12:00am; checkout: 11:59pmTownePlace Suites is the only all studio suite hotel in Bend. Our modern extended-stay hotel features charming studio suites with kitchens and comfortable work and living spaces. Enjoy thoughtful travel amenities including complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and spa and fitness and business centers.  
Stay safe
Bend is a very clean and safe destination for travelers. Nevertheless, it is always best to practice proactive security measures: secure your personal belongings (especially valuables), lock doors to your automobile and hotel room, walk in groups after dark, and do not flash cash, checks, credit cards or any other form of payment around in a manner that is visible to crowds of people.
  • The Bulletin  Official newspaper covering news and information throughout Bend and its surrounding areas.
  • St. Charles Medical Center Community nonprofit hospital. It is the largest hospital in Central Oregon and a level 2 trauma center.
Get out
  • Crater Lake National Park
  • Newberry National Volcanic Monument

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