Webformix has Redmond covered: Especially it’s outlying areas in every direction. If you can see Cline Butte, Gray Butte, Grizzly Mountain or Powell Butte from your property, then you can also see potential for some dazzlingly fast internet connectivity. As an example, floors 2 and above of St Charles Medical Center in South Redmond have perfect views of all four transmitters simultaneously. How well is your property covered?
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Smith Rock: In the 90s Smith Rock became the most popular destination for sport climbers from around the world. The park has the first U.S. climb rated 5.14 (8b+) in technical difficulty. There are over 500 routes. Often overlooked by non-climbers as just pretty scenery, Smith Rock is regarded by the climbing community as a world-class, great place to climb.
The Hub: In 1911 Redmond asserted itself as the best irrigated farmland in all of Central Oregon. The arrival of the Oregon Trunk Railroad further highlighted this distinction. After World War II, Redmond purchased an Army airbase for $1 and built it into Oregon’s largest airport east of the Cascades. To this day, Redmond is every bit the Hub it was in the past, although for different reasons.
Deschutes County Fair and Rodeo: County fairs have a distinct atmosphere. With so many participants looking to make the experience memorable, visitors really get to engage in many interesting activities that hearken back to the old days. Activities range from exhibits and booths, the rodeo, the livestock auction, fair rides, live music, and a lot more – all with a historic vibe and lots of smiling faces.
Eagle Crest Resort: A destination resort located on 1700 acres outside the city of Redmond, Eagle Crest is a great place to take a break from everything and relax in a lovely natural setting surrounded by fun things to do for the whole family. With over 300 days of sunshine each year and an annual rainfall of less than 9 inches, Eagle Crest is the perfect place to spend bright beautiful days playing under the sun. Although getting away from it all is what everyone is there to do, Webformix can help you stay connected to high speed, broadband internet.
Juniper Golf Course: Juniper Golf Course is one of most popular public courses in the area for good reason. First and foremost, it’s a great value. If you can avoid the crowds you’re going to have a good time with an interesting mix of holes coupled with great rolling, quick greens. Juniper is a U.S. Open qualifier course, but it’s relatively unknown for those outside the area, especially compared to the likes of Tetherow, Pronghorn, Crosswater and others.
The Redmond Caves: Considered a “hidden gem” and located inside Redmond city limits, visitors and residents alike looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon can access the caves through the fairgrounds. The five caves were formed by volcanic flows of lava. This map of the caves can help you figure out where you’re headed.