Sleep Inn & Suites
1847 N HWY 97
Redmond, OR 97756
Phone: (541) 504-1500
Fax: (541) 504-1511
1847 N HWY 97, Redmond, OR, US, 97756
- Phone: (541) 504-1500
- Fax: (541) 504-1511
This brewery handcrafts all of their own ales and soda on site using only the freshest and most natural ingredients available. Tours are available.
Hop on one of Wheel Fun Rentals fun cycles for a day of family fun. Fit the whole family on an easy to pedal deuce coupe, or hop on a three-wheeled cycle, or traditional bicycle for fun at your own pace. Exploring the beautiful scenery and paved bike trails on one of their comfortable cycles is your key to exploring all that Eagle Crest Resort has to offer. \
While driving northwards on Redmond's Southwest 77th Street, look to your right and you will spot a mini settlement made entirely of stones. This attraction known as Petersen Rock Garden, spread across four acres (1.6 hectares) of land, is the brainchild of Rasmus Petersen (1883-1952), a Danish immigrant. Petersen, an avid collector of rocks, used the rocks in the vicinity to replicate churches, monuments, castles, buildings, and bridges. This garden is located on his property, and since his demise has been managed by his family.
Enjoy 24 lane bowling, 18 hole mini-golf, billiards, go-karts, and an arcade at this fun, family-style entertainment center. A snack bar is also on-site. Birthday parties, family reunions, and other functions can be held at the 5.5 acre facility.
Many weddings and private functions are held at this former working ranch that retains several original outbuildings, including the renovated Hollinshead Barn and the Share Croppers House. The community garden and a small community center are also here. Call Reservation Central to schedule a special event or to arrange for a small group visit to the Share Croppers House museum.
Private working ranch that is home to 250 of North America's most genetically diverse llama herd. Tour the grounds or buy great llama yarn, fleeces, and gifts.
This riverside park offers the much needed serenity and peace away from the city chaos. Located by the riverside it offers great views and its green stretches of lawns are certainly an eye soothing sight. During summer, this otherwise quiet space comes alive with various events and festivities. Apart from that, Drake Park and Mirror Pond also features a small stage, walkways, bike racks, a seating area and many other requisite facilities. Be it an evening stroll or a local concert, Drake Park and Mirror Pond is the best bet.
This 40,000 square foot library serves as the main branch for the Deschutes Public Library system. It offers reading areas, study areas, a computer lab, public computer stations, and numerous programs.
Also known as the Old Bend High School Gym, this was once the cultural and recreational center of Bend. Inaugurated in 1919, the gym was dedicated to veterans of World War I. Consisting of three floors and a basement, the gym has an auditorium with a capacity of 1200, a lounge and library complete with lava rock fireplaces, a wrestling room, a caretaker’s apartment, a billiard room, lockers and shower. The building was renovated between 1995 and 1998 and re-opened its doors in 1999 as the Center for the Boys and Girls Club.
With names such as Legal Zin, Pinot Riche, and Kool Kat Muscat, Maragas Winery has got to be something original.
Founded in 1988, the first brewery in Bend produces handcrafted, traditional-style ales and lagers. You can tour the brewhouse and cellar, meet the brewers, and sample some of their fine ales on Saturdays, from noon until 4:00 p.m.