Bend’s Pronghorn Resort Invites Guests to Take Life by the Horns
Luxury knows no limits at Pronghorn, where guests are encouraged to take life by the horns.
When you stay at the resort, tucked away in a juniper forest about 11 miles northeast of Bend, you’ll find a secluded, exclusive experience.
There’s good reason the lush fairways and greens surrounded by lava fields at Pronghorn are on many golfer’s bucket list.
Both the Tom Fazio Championship course and Jack Nicklaus Signature course have been nationally recognized for their design. (The Nicklaus Course is ranked No. 33 on Golf Digest’s Top 100.)
Between spectacular views of the Cascades and dining on locally sourced food prepared by executive chef, Kevin Linde, you might not want to leave the resort during your stay.
But if you’re up for exploring Central Oregon, there’s lots to do nearby. At Worthy Brewing, you can get a taste of the Bend craft beer scene. If cocktails are more your thing — Worthy has a brand new craft cocktail bar. There’s plenty of seating for the whole family to enjoy a relaxed experience with great food together.
Maragas winery is in the opposite direction, but worth the drive. Wide open views await you and if your idea of unwinding is an amazing glass of wine, you’ll feel right at home inside their barrel room.
If you’re ready for some exercise, spend at least one of your days while staying at Pronghorn discovering Smith Rock. The state park draws in visitors from all over the world because of the rock climbing opportunities. You can go with a guide who will take your entire family for an adventure you won’t soon forget or go solo if you’re an experienced climber. The park which is one of Oregon’s 7 wonders, offers opportunities for fun year round whether you’re up in the air or on the ground. Or, come winter, venture out into the snow-covered wilderness with guided snowshoe tours at Mt. Bachelor.
When you stay at Pronghorn you and your family will be transported out of your daily routine and into a vacation you won’t want to leave.