Redmond lies at the core of the area's best attractions, being centrally placed between Seattle, Bellevue, and the Sammamish River Valley. Redmond offers a number of attractions worth seeing on its own, including numerous excellent breweries and the breathtaking Smith Rock State Park. Also, McKenzie Highway, Cline Falls State Park, and Redmond Caves are other mesmerizing places.
What to expect in Redmond
Smith Rock State Park is awe-inspiring. Outside of Oregon, it's likewise largely unknown. On weekends, the congested Smith Rock State Park lot is packed with Portlanders and Washingtonians, but we had never heard of it until moving to the area. Because it passes through the mountains west of Redmond, Oregon Route 242 is known as the McKenzie Highway. You may perform a loop by crossing across a volcanic mountain saddle and cruise into spectacular waterfalls and lakes on the other side.
Cline Falls is a smaller and less impressive state park on the other side of Redmond from Smith Rock, but it's great for swimming, fishing, picnicking, and enjoying a wonderful day along the Deschutes River. Five lava tubes can be found in Redmond Caves, a community parkland. If you've ever seen lava tubes in Hawaii, you'll recognize the Redmond Caves lava tubes. Parking is limited, so park in the little lot and explore the caves. You can enter the caves and click pictures to post beautiful snaps on Instagram. Taste Cibelli’s pizza. Redmond, like every other town in Oregon, is home to a surprising number of excellent breweries. Begin by going to Wild Ride Brewing. Wild Ride, which features a busy terrace and a huge beer menu, is located in the middle of downtown Redmond. Book cheap flights to Redmond as breathtaking views are awaiting you!
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