Central Oregon Maps Including Bend and Sunriver, Oregon
So you've made it to Central Oregon and now it's time to find your way around to make the most of your Bend vacation. We've compiled some of our favorite Central Oregon maps to guide you to some of the area's most popular hiking and biking trails, breweries, off-leash dog parks, and more.
There’s plenty to do and see around Bend, Oregon. Grab a Bend city map to explore the town and the surrounding area, a hiking trail map to explore the great outdoors, or set out on two wheels with a cycling and biking map. If you find yourself just passing through Bend on a road trip, you can download the Oregon state map to make sure you don't miss some of the state's most scenic areas like Crater Lake National Park. Happy exploring!
Winter in Bend Oregon means skiing, snowboarding, and tubing at Mt. Bachelor ski resort! Oregon's largest ski resort is a short 20 minute drive from downtown Bend. The year-round resort is open both summer and winter and offers a variety of attractions.
>> Ski Trail Map >> Downhill Mountain Bike Park
Winter Sno-Park Trails
>> Edison Sno-Park >> Swampy Sno-Park >> Meissner Sno-Park >> Skyliner Sno-Park >> Vista Butte Sno-Park
>> Dutchman Sno-Park
Newberry National Volcanic Monument
The history of Central Oregon's volcanic activity can be explored throughout the Newberry National Volcanic Monument located south of Bend, Oregon including Central Oregon's very active volcano, the Newberry Caldera. Hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and camping are just a few of the activities you can do while visiting the monument area.
Road Cycling Biking Map
Bend is blessed with the Three Sisters Scenic Byway, and some of the routes have been officially designated by the Oregon Scenic Bikeway program. Plan your road cycling adventures starting from Bend and end up in fun places like Sunriver, Sisters, Mt. Bachelor, McKenzie Pass, Prineville, and more.
Birding Trail Map
Central Oregon is a birding lover's dream with nearly 50 prime birding sites to watch woodpeckers, yellow-headed Blackbirds, American Bitterns, Western Meadowlarks, and many more. The Old Mill District has Leupold binoculars available for check out to help you spot our feathered friends who make their home along the Deschutes River. The free illustrated brochures and binoculars are available anytime the Ticket Mill is open.
Sisters, Oregon MapSisters, Oregon is a quaint western-themed town located 15 minutes from Bend. Sisters' hosts the largest quilt show in the country every summer in addition to a variety of other year-round events, including the Sisters Rodeo.
Redmond, Oregon Map
Redmond, Oregon is home to the region's airport with daily direct flights to and from San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and more.
Off-Highway Vehicle Map (OHV)
Central Oregon is a mecca for riding your ATV or dirt bike. Motosports enthusiasts flock here from the wet areas of the Northwest to ride in our high desert arid climate. With hundreds of miles of varied terrain ranging from wide open trail systems through desert and sage to mountainous singletrack with hill climbs through lush forest, you'll find the perfect trail for your riding level.
Off-Leash Dog Parks Map
Let Fido run free safely! Bend has seven - and counting - off-leash dog parks. Bend, Oregon was named the dog-friendliest city in the United States by Dog Fancy Magazine so you have plenty of pet-friendly lodging and recreation options.
Bend is a great place to camp! With numerous tent camping and RV camping areas located near lakes, rivers, and at the base of the Cascade mountains, you'll find yourself spoiled and not wanting to camp any place else.