So many great places to stay in bend, sunriver and sisters.
Here are a few of our recommendations:
Eat, Drink, Play in Bend Oregon
Below are just a few of Ashley and Michaels favorite places. They hope you take the time and do a little exploring while you are in Bend. To get a more robust list click here.
The Old Mill District is a historic area formerly occupied by two lumber mills in Bend, Oregon. Encompassing approximately 270 acres along the Deschutes River, the Old Mill District is now a mixed-use area known for its shops, galleries and restaurants.
Tumalo Falls is a 97-foot waterfall on Tumalo Creek, in the Cascade Range west of Bend in the U.S. state of Oregon. Additional waterfalls are upstream along Tumalo Creek and a tributary, Bridge Creek and its Bridge Creek Falls. All of these falls are within the Deschutes National Forest.
Taking inspiration from the Northwest landscape, culture, and fruit we at Avid Cider Co set out to create ciders that are all locally sourced from regional fruit. Our ciders start with a base of NW fruit pressed to achieve a balance of sweetness, tartness, and dryness that is "just right." We forge our ciders in the heart of the Pacific Northwest in Bend, Oregon.
Drake Park is a popular downtown gathering place in the community. Each year, a number of large events are held in Drake Park, including run/walks, Munch and Music, and the Bend Park and more.
Sunriver Resort has been a premiere Northwest vacation destination thanks to it's picturesque views and unparalleled recreational opportunities. Guest can choose from a diverse offering of accommodations ranging from spacious suites to luxury vacation rentals, all set against the stunning Cascade Mountain Range.
Sahalie Falls is a mass of foaming white water plunging 100 feet over a natural lava dam. This famous falls can be spotted in Disney's movie Homeward Bound.
Start your looped trail at Farewell Bend Park and head out of town. You will take in the beautiful central Oregon river scenery while being only a few minute from downtown.
As you are heading to the Willamette Forest forest to the scenic McKenzie Highway pass, stop at the small and vibrant saloon town of Sisters Oregon. Great coffee, shopping and eats await you.