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!
Some of the most intriguing natural wonders in our state are only a short drive from Central Oregon. Like Fort Rock, a volcanic landmark that jets up 200 feet out of the desert about 70 miles southeast of Bend.
In this Destination Oregon segment, Mackenzie Wilson takes us there to check out the other big attraction, the Fort Rock Homestead Village Museum.
Bend Film Festival is a celebration of independent films. Come watch documentaries, short film and indie films in Bend, Oregon!
Craft beer is a $21 billion industry in the U.S. and Oregon ranks 8th overall in production. Mackenzie Wilson sat down with the brewmaster of Deschutes Brewery to talk about how they know when it’s the right time to create a new brew, and what inspires the perfect name.
The Old Mill District invites you for a marvelous shopping, dining and entertainment experience; filled with diverse culinary options, the steeped history of the pine mills or the latest blockbuster.
The High Desert Museum is set on 135 forested acres of animals, artful exhibits and meaningful history. The museum offers indoor and outdoor exhibits, wildlife presentations and hands-on programs for the entire family.
The Sisters Country, including the charming town of Sisters, Oregon, quaint Camp Sherman, Suttle Lake, Black Butte and Hoodoo, all where central Oregon starts, is a destination like no other. The Sisters Country is an expanse of majestic and inspiring natural beauty reaching from the town of Sisters, Oregon, to the panoramic Pacific Crest Trail.
Sisters Chamber of Commerce
The Erickson Aircraft Collection in Madras, Oregon displays a vintage WWII aircraft collection started by Jack Erickson in 1983.
This recreational destination offers spectacular views and impressive obsidian boulders.