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Living in Redmond Oregon - EVERYTHING You Need to Know

What is Living in Redmond Oregon Like?

Redmond, Oregon, in Deschutes county, is 16 miles NE of Bend, Oregon, and 113 miles SE of Portland, Oregon.  Redmond was named after Frank and Josephine Redmond, who settled near the area. The city was platted by a company building a major canal project in the area. It was initially incorporated as a town in 1910. The first post office in the room was established in 1915. Redmond was reincorporated as a city in 1916. In the 1940s, it was chosen to be a US Air Force Base.

Redmond, Oregon, offers a quaint high desert community nestled in the heart of Central Oregon and panoramic views of the snow-capped Cascade Mountain Range. Visitors will enjoy over 300 days of sunshine and refreshingly cool desert evenings. Redmond combines a rich community heritage and small-town charm with a zeal for the great outdoors.

Dine at one of Redmond's family-owned cafes, craft breweries, or perhaps the growing number of specialty restaurants that have recently called Redmond home. During the summer month's visitors can enjoy weekly free concerts in the canyon parks and an active farmers market featuring local goods at Centennial Park downtown.  The Dry Canyon, a 250-acre multi-use park and trail system, is in the heart of Redmond. The Dry Canyon Trail is a 3.7-mile-long paved trail that winds between volcanically formed canyon walls, city parks, and protected natural areas. Whether you're searching for a relaxing day hike or a rigorous climb, you'll appreciate the variety of choices you have in and around Redmond.

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