Properties in Central Oregon

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Central Oregon Adventures Snowmobile Excursions

Central Oregon Adventures Snowmobile Excursions offers Snowmobile Tours & Snowmobile Rentals. Providing breathtaking adventure for making lifetime memories with guided Snowmobile Tours and Rentals. Take a two hour, four hour, or sunset tour or rent a snowmobile and create your own adventure. Central Oregon Adventures Snowmobile Excursions rentals are for experienced riders who are familiar with the terrain around Mt. Bachelor. If you don’t ride often or you are unfamiliar with the area, we encourage you to go with a guide. Our tours are not 10 mph trail rides, but are customized to your ability. Our professional guides will show you a great time. So if you have any hesitation or if there are drivers between the ages of 16 and 23 in your group, please check out our SNOWMOBILE TOURS. For experienced riders, 24 years and older, there are 288 miles of trails and 250 thousand acres of terrain for you to explore in the Mt. Bachelor TRAIL SYSTEM. You don’t need to trailer your rental machines to the mountain as our machines are waiting for you at Wanoga Sno-Park. Our staff will go over the map and point you in the right direction for your desired experience. Helmets, goggles, and a full tank of gas are included with all rentals. You must have at least two machines in your group. We do not send out machines individually due to safety reasons. Similar to our guided trips, Central Oregon Snowmobile Excursions clinics are kept to small groups so that you can get the most out of them. We keep the ratio of six machines per trainer. Our one day riding clinics begin at 8:00am and run until 4:00pm. Clinics can be booked any day of the week excluding holidays (2 weeks over the Christmas and New Years, MLK, and Presidents Day weekends). We also try to avoid the weekend events that are going on in our area (Drag Races, Dog Sled Races, X-Country Ski Races, etc.).

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Central Oregon Breeze

Offering daily bus service between Central Oregon and the Portland Metro Area- the best way to get to and from Central Oregon from the Portland area. Also providing small and large Group Transportation Charters for: Sightseeing Tours, School activities, Corporate Groups, Sport Teams, Interstate trips, and all your personal and family events too! We have 25+ years of experience providing transportation to the Central Oregon area. During peak-season Central Oregon Breeze operates 2 buses daily from Central Oregon to/from the Portland Metro area. In the off-season we operate 1 bus Monday – Thursday daily and 2 buses on Friday and Sunday. When we are operating 2 buses you can choose a departure time from Central Oregon at 7:00 am or 11:30 am. Visit our website for a full schedule. Standard stops for Central Oregon Breeze are the Redmond Airport (Roberts Field), Madras, Gresham (MAX Station), Portland Airport and the Union Station (Amtrak). There are also FLAG STOPS available in Terrebonne, Warm Springs, Government Camp, Welches, and Sandy. ALL FLAG STOPS MUST BE PREARRANGED the day before travel (24 hours), as the bus WILL NOT STOP at these locations without reservations. Please call the Office for Times/Locations. Phone: 541-389-7469 or 800-847-0157 Address: 2045 NE Highway 20, Bend, OR 97701 Office Hours Monday – Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday – Sunday and Holidays 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Office is closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

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Central Oregon Bungee Adventures

Central Oregon Bungee Adventures offers bungee jumping experience located at the high bridge in beautiful PS Ogden State Park, the bungee site offers stunning views of the Crooked River Gorge and Cascade Mountains. Central Oregon Bungee Adventures professionally trained staff provide a all equipment and training for this one-of-a-kind thrill of bungee jump over the high desert Crooked River Canyon. Call today 541-668-5867 to reserve your spot with Central Oregon Bungee Adventures. Our platform sits 300 feet above the river below, and jumpers dive 250 feet! It is the tallest commercial bungee jump in North America. How long does it take? In general, one jump takes about 10 to 15 minutes from the time you get harnessed in to the time you are back on solid ground. Reservations with Central Oregon Bungee Adventures We do accept walk-in jumpers, but strongly encourage you to make a reservation, especially in larger groups. During the busier days and months we regularly fill up with reservations. Space for walk-ins can be minimal, and the wait can be long. Please see our reservations or contact page to get your date and time locked in. Jumpers must be at least 14 years of age and between 90 and 300 pounds. Group/party rates are negotiated on a case by case basis. Please give us a call at 541-668-5867 to discuss your group needs. We jump rain or shine! Limiting weather events include lightning and strong wind. If your jump is interrupted by weather we can reschedule. History Established in 2015, Central Oregon Bungee is the brain child of long time Bend resident James Scott. Scott, a long time BASE jumper, skydiver and bungee jumper, is excited to bring his flavor of fun to the Central Oregon region. Located at the high bridge in beautiful PS Ogden State Park, the bungee site offers stunning views of the Crooked River Gorge and Cascade Mountains. A typical season runs from May through October, weather permitting. Please call ahead or check Central Oregon Bungee Adventures for reservations and availability information. Thanks for visiting, we hope to see you on the bridge soon!

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Central Oregon Film Office

The Central Oregon Film Office, located in Bend – Sunriver, Oregon is your one-stop resource for all Film and Television productions shooting East of the Cascade Mountain Range. Central Oregon is home to one of the most diverse film regions in the United States. From towering snow capped mountains to sub tropical rain-forests, authentic Western desert tundras to bottomless crystal blue volcanic lakes and, of course, our own charming communities surrounding Bend, Sunriver, Redmond, Sisters and LaPine. Central Oregon has an abundance of assets to offer, at incredibly competitive costs for production. Bend has 300 days of sunshine per year, four distinct seasons, and a professional location and infrastructure team that will ensure you get the most out of your Central Oregon production experience. The Central Oregon Film Office can provide working relationships with state, county, and city officials and is at the ready to facilitate all production needs. Central Oregon has daily non-stop flights from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Salt Lake and Phoenix to the commercial airport in Redmond (RDM). We also offer access to private and charter flight to Bend’s general aviation airport and heliport. The Central Oregon Film Office knows that production budgets are not what they used to be. Let us introduce you to Oregon’s 20% incentive packages, 16% cash back personnel rebates and more. Before you decide on the site for your next production, come check us out in Bend, Oregon. Discover our world of new locations, access, less cost and ease of production. In cooperation with Oregon Film The Central Oregon Film Office works in cooperation with the Oregon Film Office and the Central Oregon Visitors Association to service all productions east of the Cascades. Producers looking for more information on filming throughout Oregon, should contact Tim Williams, Executive Director of Oregon Film, at or 917 254 4021

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Central Oregon KOA

Whether you are traveling in your RV, enjoying the comforts of one of our cozy cabins or staying in a grass padded tent site our Central Oregon KOA campground is your vacation spot. Enjoy our outdoor salt water swimming pool, playground, peddle bikes, rock garden and dog park. We offer an abundance of outdoor activities i.e. volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoes, tether ball, badminton and numerous yard games. From Central Oregon KOA, you can take a day to enjoy some of our local attractions. Fifteen minutes south to smith rock for some amazing hiking or drive west and spend the day at lake Billy Chinook. A couple hours east and you can experience Oregon’s renowned painted hills or forty minutes north, you could spend the day world class fly fishing, or on a guided Whitewater rafting trip down the Deschutes River. There truly is something for everyone in central Oregon. We are at Central Oregon KOA campground we are conveniently located in Culver, OR east of hwy 97 in the middle of the high desert surrounded by pristine farmland on 37 acres Central Oregon KOA offers 56 spacious RV sites (majority pull through). Each site has water and power (30 and 50 amps available, many with sewer). In addition, we have seven cabins which range from a deluxe cabin with all the comforts of home to cozy one room cabins that have small fridge and coffee service. Our 18 tent sites are located on well maintained grass areas and range from single sites to group sites, some that offer water and electric. Regardless of whether you are in a cabin, RV or tent site each has their own fire pit and picnic table. In addition to your personal vacation spot we have a cozy country store, outside gathering area complete with tables, chairs and laundry facilities. So, grab the family, your friends and come swim, play, sight see, do a little shopping in our country store or just relax with the friendly staff at one of Central Oregon’s favorite gathering places. While you are here plan to join us for Friday and Saturday evening ice cream social and our delicious Saturday and Sunday all you can eat pancake breakfast. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Central Oregon Symphony

The Central Oregon Symphony is a regional orchestra whose concerts are available to the musically curious free of charge. The Central Oregon Symphony is proudly supported by Central Oregon Community College, the Central Oregon Symphony Association and a legion of generous donors. Central Oregon Symphony Association has partnered with Crook County and Deschutes County Libraries to present Music In Public Places events throughout our season! The series includes performances in LaPine, Prineville, Redmond, Sisters libraries along with Symphony Spotlight recitals at Wille Hall in the Coats Campus Center, COCC Bend. The concerts will happen simultaneously at various locations throughout Central Oregon. Music In Public Places is a program that highlights our Central Oregon Symphony musicians. Most groups perform classical chamber music concerts in public venues throughout Central Oregon. Concerts are open to the public and tickets are not required. Audience members may leave at any time, children are welcome to attend, and we expect there to be ambient noises in the background. These concerts are made possible thanks to our generous donors and a grant from the Deschutes Cultural Coalition. Ways to Support The Central Oregon Symphony Association education programs and chamber music events would not be possible without the generous support of individuals, businesses, organizations, and foundations. There are many ways to support your local symphony orchestra. Each opportunity offers its own experiences and rewards. Annual Individual Donations from community members who love the arts and show their support through their gifts to the Symphony. We proudly display their names in our concert series programs. Endowment Contributions through COCC Foundation are set aside and invested, with a portion of the income used to support the Symphony’s operations each year. Matching Gifts double your gifts! Contact your employer to find out if your company matches gifts. Planned Giving provides support through a bequest, charitable gift annuity, or trust arrangement. Remembering the Symphony through a bequest in your will or with a trust or annuity will assure an unparalleled musical experience for generations to come. Sponsorships give local businesses exposure to audiences of music lovers. There are a variety of sponsorship opportunities within the Central Oregon Symphony concert season and special events. Tribute Gift is a wonderful way to celebrate a milestone like a birthday, anniversary, or recognize accomplishments like graduations. It can also honor the memory of a dear friend or relative. Tribute gifts are listed in our programs. Volunteer Opportunities abound with our Symphony including ushering at concerts, helping with our Beat Beethoven 5K run/walk, and serving on a COSA board committee.

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Chico’s is located in the modern and trendy Old Mill District in Bend, Oregon.  Near the Deschutes River you will find the friendly staff and the latest in fashion for all sizes (US 0-20) Petites and Tall, there’s a size for just about every body. Chico’s was was founded in 1983 as a small boutique selling Mexican folk art on Sanibel Island in Florida. Then one day, our founders discovered the sweater that made literally everyone look fabulous, pivoted the business, and retail was never the same. The rich colors, bold prints, unique artisanal details, problem-solving styles, and amazing personal stylists made a lasting connection with customers. Now there are over 600 Chico’s boutiques nationwide, international (franchise) partners, a monthly mailer, and round-the-clock shopping at and at the beginning, we’ve believed in the power of originality—that what’s different makes us bold. And we design with this philosophy in mind. For every piece we create, we ask how it will be unique, inspire women to feel good (no matter their age), and help them express their personality and individuality with confidence. We Live For Uncommon Style Inspired by the world around us—and the bold women who live in it—our prints, colors, jewelry and details are designed to be original. We’re Always Here For You When you shop at a Chico’s boutique, you have your own personal stylist (along with her outfitting expertise) and it’s complimentary. We Figure It Out (So You Don’t Have To) From machine-washable styles, reversible pieces and no-iron shirts to body-enhancing technology and fits that really flatter—we’re obsessed with figuring out solutions to make life easier. Yes, We Have Your Size!™ From Chico’s sizes 000-4 (U.S. sizes 0-20), Petites and Tall, there’s a size for just about every body.

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Chockstone Climbing Guides

Chockstone Climbing Guides offers personal, professional and customized rock climbing instruction and guiding services for all ages and abilities at Smith Rock State Park. Our seasoned Smith Rock guides provide exceptional service for their clients. Choose a climbing guide and get started today. Chockstone Climbing Guides offers specialized climbing services at Smith Rock State Park and beyond. Jim and Anne Ablao opened Chockstone Climbing Guides in 2004 with a few committed climbing guides interested in forming a guide service that is committed to the standards of American Mountain Guide Association. We are an AMGA accredited guide service, assuring our clients receive the highest professional standards in our industry. In 2009 Chockstone and First Ascent Climbing Services merged into one company. Both company names are familiar at Smith Rock State Park, as First Ascent Climbing Services has been guiding since 1997 at Smith Rock and earlier at Joshua Tree National Park. Jim Ablao has been guiding throughout the western US since 1989 and a climbing guide at Smith Rock State Park since 1999. Over the years he has earned certification as an AMGA Rock Instructor and Rock Guide, he is also our AMGA Single Pitch Instructor Certification Program provider an AMGA Climbing Wall Instructor Program Provider. He began climbing twenty-five years ago and still exudes a refreshing enthusiasm and passion for climbing, teaching and adventure. He climbs rock, ice and summits throughout the mountains and deserts of the US. His climbing has also taken him to summits and cliffs of Argentina, Chile, S Korea, Mexico and Canada. Courses Basics of Rock Climbing Intermediate Rock Skills Learn to Lead Guided Climbing Multipitch Climbing Tours Private Guided Day Tours Custom Group Programs Camps Youth Smith Rock Climbing Camp Adult Camps 4 Day Kids Camp Chockstone Climbing Guides can help you reach new heights!