The town

Bend is a charming town located in the central part of the state. It is known for its outdoor recreational activities, including hiking, skiing, and mountain biking. The city has a vibrant downtown area with a variety of shops, restaurants, and breweries. Bend is also home to several art galleries and a thriving music scene. The city’s population is around 100,000 people and it has a mild, four-season climate with dry summers and snowy winters.
 
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Transportation

The most common ways to get around Bend, Oregon are by car, bike, or on foot. The city has a network of bike lanes and paths throughout the city and the surrounding area, making it easy to bike around. For those without a car, there is the Cascades East Transit, which operates buses throughout the city and surrounding areas. There are also several taxi and rideshare companies available. Downtown Bend is very pedestrian-friendly and has many shops, restaurants, and breweries within walking distance of each other. 

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Dining & Nightlife

Bend has a lively nightlife scene with a variety of options for entertainment. The downtown area is particularly popular, with many bars, restaurants, and breweries offering a range of food and drink options. The Old Mill District is another popular area for nightlife, with a variety of restaurants, bars, live music venues and a movie theater.

Bend has a diverse and vibrant food scene with a wide variety of restaurants. From farm-to-table eateries to brewpubs, Bend’s culinary offerings cater to all tastes and preferences. The city is also well-known for its food carts and trucks, which offer everything from tacos to wood-fired pizza.

Bend has a thriving retail and shopping scene with numerous options for locals and visitors alike. The city’s downtown area is home to a variety of boutique shops, art galleries, and specialty stores, many of which are locally owned and operated.  Additionally, Bend has several shopping centers and malls, including the Bend River Promenade and Cascade Village Shopping Center.

The Old Mill District is a popular shopping, dining, and entertainment destination located in Bend. Once home to a lumber mill, the area has been transformed into a vibrant mixed-use development that features numerous shops, restaurants, and attractions. The district is situated along the Deschutes River and boasts stunning views of the Cascade Mountains. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities in the Old Mill District, including shopping, dining at restaurants, or catching a movie. The area also hosts several events throughout the year, such as the Bend Brewfest and the Oregon Winterfest.

Bend has several museums and art galleries that showcase the region’s history and culture. The High Desert Museum is one of the most popular attractions in Bend, featuring exhibits on the flora and fauna of the area, as well as displays on Native American culture and pioneer history. The Bend Art Center is another popular destination for art lovers, featuring a gallery space that showcases work from local and regional artists. In addition to these museums and galleries, Bend also hosts several art festivals and events throughout the year, such as the Bend Summer Festival and the First Friday Art Walk.

Bend is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with a vast array of parks, trails, and recreational opportunities. The city boasts over 80 parks and natural areas, including the popular Drake Park and the Shevlin Park, which features hiking trails and a fishing pond. The Deschutes River runs through the city, providing opportunities for rafting, kayaking, and fishing.  The nearby Cascade Mountains offer skiing and snowboarding during the winter months, with several ski resorts located within a short drive of Bend. Other popular outdoor activities in the area include mountain biking, rock climbing, and hiking.

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COMMUNITY LOCATION

The community of Cascade Village is situated in the northeast corner of Bend, within the Boyd Acres neighborhood. This diverse neighborhood is a blend of residential properties, parks, trails, and businesses, and is located at an elevation of approximately 3,300 feet, in the rain shadow of the Central Oregon Cascade Mountains. The Deschutes River marks the western boundary of the neighborhood, while Hamby Road borders it to the East.

ADDRESS:

63700 Cascade Village Drive
Bend, OR 97701

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541.388.0000

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