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!
The Central Oregon region extends from north to south from Madras to Sunriver and east to west from Prineville to Sisters Oregon.
Sunriver Oregon has 35 miles of paved bike paths for you to explore. Plus, you can access off-road bike trails from the Sunriver resort area to places like Benham Falls. Use this printable Sunriver map to find your way from Circle 1 to 7.
One of the most beautiful national parks in the U.S. is right in Bend Oregon's backyard. An easy day trip from Bend, you can explore Crater Lake National Park from top to bottom.
Some of Bend's most unique art installations aren't found on the walls of museums and galleries. Buzz around Bend in your vehicle and you'll find over 20 pieces of art sitting in the middle of our roundabouts. If you spot them all and answer a related trivia question, you can win a one-of-a-kind prize when you return your Roundabout Art Route map to the Bend Visitor Center in downtown. You can also pick up a printed map in area brochure racks or at the Bend Visitor Center.
| >> Art Tour Map
||>> View Interactive Art Route Tour 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.
With so many craft beer breweries in Bend, you'll want to make sure you find your way to all of them. While you're at it, make sure to get your official passport stamped and return it to the Bend Visitor Center in downtown for a one-of-a-kind prize.
|>> Bend Ale Trail Map|| >> View the Interactive Bend Ale Trail Map
|>> Print the Passport|
Oregon's natural beauty is best explored by car. Use this state map of Oregon to plan your road trip to Bend and beyond.
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.
|>> Edison Sno-Park||>> Swampy Sno-Park|
|>> Meissner Sno-Park||>> Skyliner Sno-Park|
| >> Vista Butte Sno-Park
||>> Dutchman Sno-Park|