In 1984, things got a lot more delicious in Central Oregon when a local couple opened Goody’s Chocolate and Ice Cream. Originally in Sunriver, they expanded to their second and current location downtown, and an additional location in the Forum Shopping Center on Bend’s east side. You can join in … read more
In 1984, things got a lot more delicious in Central Oregon when a local couple opened Goody’s Chocolate and Ice Cream. Originally in Sunriver, they expanded to their second and current location downtown, and an additional location in the Forum Shopping Center on Bend’s east side. You can join in the fun of making the 20 tons of chocolate Goody’s makes each year at their factory on the corner of Division St and Reed Market Rd. During the 15 minute walking tour you will see a real working factory where they create over 100 different sweet treats including gourmet chocolates, fudge, caramel corn, toffee, peanut brittle, and ice cream! Their free self-guided tours are available Monday – Friday from 11:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. and include a free sample of chocolate, no appointments necessary. Groups of 10 or more may request a guided tour at least two weeks in advance for $2 per person and include six different samples of Goody’s sweet treats. There are no additives in Goody’s chocolates, they are gluten free and can be purchased by the piece or by the pound.
Vacations can be expensive, with hotel costs, restaurant meals, and sourvenirs. But you don’t have to break the bank to vacation in Bend, Oregon. Here are 9 favorite ways to play in Bend for cheap. Hike Tumalo Falls, a 97-foot waterfall a short distance west of Bend. It’s one of Bend’s most popular hikes, and offers incredible views. You can also catch a flick at McMenamins Old St. Francis School, where they specialize in new(ish) movies that are between big-box theaters and being available on DVD. Ticket prices for adults are only $4 and $2 for kids 12 and under. With the winter season making its way, check out Mt. Bachelor’s deals to hit the slopes at a discounted price. Looking for some more snow fun? Head to Wanoga Sno-Park with the family for some good old-fashioned sledding. You can also trek the Bend Ale Trail, which doesn’t require a…
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