Baltazar’s Seafood & Gourmet Mexican presents refined Mexican seafood specialties & cocktails in a warm atmosphere.
Right off the side of highway 97 is an alpaca haven known as Crescent Moon Ranch. You’ve probably driven by the 42-acre property on the way from Redmond to Terrebonne, but if you haven’t stopped, you’re missing out!
In a world where Yelp reviews rule the restaurant industry and the next hottest thing is always on the menu, it’s a welcome sight to see a place that hasn’t changed in decades. You’ve probably driven by the Sun Spot Drive-In in Terrebonne, but have you ever stopped in to see what the diner has to offer?
Central Oregon Daily’s Mackenzie Wilson found out that what keeps people coming back is much more than the dishes they put out from sun up to sun down.
When it opened in 1936, the Saint Francis School in Bend was the first ever parochial school established in Central Oregon. When the school moved to a modern campus on the Northeast Side of town, McMenamins renovated and reopened the landmark as McMenamins Old St. Francis School in 2004.
Guest rooms and bars have been added to the complex that stay faithful to the original look and feel of the old school. Mackenzie Wilson takes us on a behind the scenes tour.
Whether you prefer the deep and challenging powder of Hoodoo’s backside or the finely groomed runs of the front side, the majesty of Hoodoo’s location and fun of Hoodoo’s night skiing will bring you back again and again. Even if you don’t ski we have plenty to do for everyone including the very popular Autobahn Tube Hill.
Hoodoo Ski and Recreation Area is the only place you can go night skiing in Central Oregon so Mackenzie Wilson takes us there for some shredding under the stars.
Since 1995, Sun Mountain Fun Center has been entertaining folks from Bend, Oregon and beyond with bowling, arcade, billiards, go karts, mini-golf, bumper cars and much more. Fun in Central Oregon has one name – Sun Mountain Fun Center!
Some people dream of spending every day during the winter on the slopes of Mt. Bachelor, but for a crew of high energy dogs, that dream is a reality. The Mt. Bachelor Avalanche Dogs play an intricate part in keeping skiers and snowboarders safe during the ski season. They work long hours and are always on the go, this is what a day in their paws looks like.