Things to do in Redmond
We must really praise the City of Redmond for being open to sports. In 2001 Redmond developed a skate park. Redmond partnered with BLM to create the Radlands Mt Bike area on the west end of town. There is also a BMX track here.
This city has worked hard to protect the Dry Canyon from development and open the area up to recreation use. This provides a linear 5-mile long paved trail. There is also multiple dirt surfaced trails which are great for trail running and mt biking. Horses are also allowed on the dirt trails.
The dry canyon also offers a disk golf course and a dog off-leash area near the skate park. There are climbing boulders at American Legion Park (just south of Hwy 126) and a new kids climbing area is being developed at Sam Johnson Park (about 1/2 mile south of the skate park).
Food and beverages:
Redmond has many options for refueling and refreshments.
- Wild Ride Brewery – New local Brewery. Food carts.
- Diego’s – Mexican
- Oishi – Great Japanese food. Sushi.
- Smith Rock Brewery – Good food. Small brewery.
- Seventh Street Brewery – Cascade Lakes Brewery. Food.
- Pig and Poke – Small British Style pub
- Dawg House – Burgers
- Tap House – Lots of beer. Food.
- Blacksmith – Great food, but spendy. Great steaks.
- Mazatlan and Fiesta Mazatlan
- New York Sub – Great Sub sandwiches.
- Baldies BBQ
- Lots of fast food options
- Sharies – Open 24 hours
The city hosts free concerts in parks on Wednesday evening. Go to the city website for times and locations.
Redmond has most everything you need with Fred Meyers, Safeway, Albertsons, Wal-mart, Home Depot and Lowes. If you need a Traders Joes or Costco, you still need to travel to Bend.
There is a theater on the south end of town.
Cline Falls, west of town along Hwy 126 is a state park with the Deschutes River running through it. People also go to Steelhead Falls to cool off in the summer, located at Crooked River Ranch. Redmond also has a public pool.
There is a full hook up RV campground at the Fairgrounds.
The city provides a dump site near the airport. There is a $5 fee, paid with credit card.