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Perched atop an expansive plateau in the midst of Central Oregon’s High Desert, Redmond’s quiet yet energetic small-town feel is sure to prove infectious for any true outdoorsy soul. No matter where you go in the city, it’s impossible to ignore the magnificent views of the snow-capped Cascade Mountains, and right through the middle of town runs a little stretch of high desert preserve in Redmond’s prized Dry Canyon. With 300 days of sunshine a year and over 25 parks in the city and Redmond Area Parks and Recreation District, when you book an RV in Redmond, Oregon, you’ll find yourself in one of the most beautiful small towns in the Pacific Northwest.


The Great Outdoors


There are a huge amount of parks and nature preserves in and around the city limits, so you’ll find no shortage of pristine outdoor spots to explore with the Redmond rental camper. If you’re feeling up for it, for instance, Smith Rock State Park is a premier rock climbing destination for enthusiasts around the country. With over 1,800 climbing routes, it’s an incredible spot for everyone from experts to novices. You don’t have to just enjoy rock climbing to experience this park, either. Set on the banks of the Crooked River, this area is home to some truly unique geological formations, wildlife and desert vistas. The most popular hike in the park is (ironically) Misery Ridge Trail, which offers a fantastic panorama of the landscape for miles around.


And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. With the Redmond motorhome rental, there’s no limit to the experiences and adventures you can find in the wilderness of Central Oregon. Is there a fishing line tugging somewhere at your heart? Redmond’s Deschutes River is one of the best fishing destinations in the West, and Central Oregon is home to rivers, streams, lakes and reservoirs nationally renowned for their fishing opportunities.


Looking for a little more speed in your vacation? Redmond sports some impressive mountain biking trails. Cyclists of all levels can try their hand at the Northeast Redmond Trails complex, as well as in the Maston Trails, which run all the way from Cline Butte up toward the summit of Grey Butte.


This city offers also some great opportunities for winter sports, too. Gear up the old Redmond rental RV for a trek to Mt. Bachelor ski resort, with matchless opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and more. Mt. Hoodoo, with its over 1,100 feet of vertical ski runs, is also less than an hour away.


Local Gems


Dry Canyon has got to be one of the most unique aspects of Redmond, OR. The crown jewel of the city’s park system, it runs 3.7 miles straight through the center of town; it’s a streak of wilderness, right in the middle of the city. Check out its 250 acres of park and trails, as well as its steep, volcanically formed canyon walls.


Despite its small size, Redmond also has a bustling downtown and thriving arts culture. Come during the summer to catch a free concert or two in the canyon parks, as well as the farmers market at Centennial Park downtown. There’s also Third Friday Stroll, started up in 2013, in which local artists, entertainers and musicians show off their work to their local community. Redmond is also proud of its public art projects, which you’ll find in many of its parks.


If you come at the right time of the year, you just might also find yourself in the middle of one of this city’s many seasonal festivals. During the holidays, Redmond’s own Holiday Village Market comes to life. Based off of European Christmas Markets, it features the work of local artists and vendors. During the summer, on the other hand, you’ll find the free concert series Music on the Green, as well as the August County Fair.


Dining


If the Pacific Northwest is the best place in the whole US for brews, then Redmond is one of the best places around the region. It’s got a ton of brewpubs and eateries, several of which offer tours. In terms of food, meanwhile, Redmond offers ethnic foods from just about anywhere on the globe for lunch and dinner, and many local diners make some particularly good breakfasts. And if your tummy’s got the grumblies around lunch, head over to the Redmond archway on 6th Street, where all the best cafes are located, and make your way out from there.


Nearby Destinations


Looking to get the Redmond camper rental out of town for a couple days? Oregon’s bigger cities are doable as day trips. Portland is 144 miles away, and Salem is 129 miles out. If you’re looking for a closer excursion, consider heading just 15 miles south to the town of Bend. There are a ton of museums and art galleries there, including the Deschutes Historical Museum, High Desert Museum, and Old Mill District. Each of these plays on a unique aspect of Central Oregon’s heritage. Bend also offers a chance at experiencing a little more high culture with its two theaters, Les Schwab Amphitheater and the historic Tower Theater.


Parking your RV


There are a ton of places around the city to park the Redmond rental RV. In addition to two RV parks in the city itself, a decent number of the nearby reserves and parks offer hookups at reasonable prices. And if you’re looking to take the Redmond RV rental a little further out, you’re already going to be right at the intersection of Routes 126 and 97.


So, what are you waiting for? Find a rental RV in Redmond today, and start planning the vacation of your life!

RV Rentals in Redmond, OR

Redmond, OR is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Redmond. Outdoorsy's Redmond RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Redmond are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument, Mount Rainier National Park, Silver Falls State Park, and Mt. Hood National Forest.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Opal Creek Trail Elkhorn Oregon
Trail of Ten Falls Silverton Oregon
Ramona Falls Trail Rhododendron Oregon
Abiqua Falls Trail Scotts Mills Oregon
Mirror Lake Loop Trail Government Camp Oregon
Tamolitch Blue Pool via McKenzie River Trail McKenzie Bridge Oregon
Tumalo Creek Trail to Tumalo Falls Bend Oregon
Shellburg and Stassel Falls Trail Mehama Oregon
Misery Ridge and Summit Trail Loop Terrebonne Oregon
Spencer Butte Trail Eugene Oregon

Nearby Campgrounds

Lava River Cave

attraction Orem, UT
Explore a mile-long ancient lava tunnel which was created over 80,000 years ago. This particular lava tube is part of the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. You can marvel at the shiny, glazed symmetrical surfaces and listen to echoes. Once you reach 3,000 feet into the cave, your feet will be greeted by sand. This Sand Garden is said to be fine volcanic ash deposited 6,600 years ago. As you step out of the cave you can catch a glimpse of migratory birds, golden mantled ground squirrels, and maybe even a cougar.

Crown Villa RV Resort

campground Bend, OR
You can have the best of both worlds in Crown Villa Resort the fitness centers, steam rooms, concierge service will make you feel pampered, but the resort is close enough to several outdoor activities to make you feel rugged. There are many snow parks nearby which have some of the best terrain in the northwest. With access to the mountains along the Cascade Lakes Highway you will also have plenty of opportunities for a hike. Countless lakes, rivers and reservoirs beckon you to get into the water and fish, swim or go white water rafting. Crown Villa is close to town and several attractions such as the famous High Desert Museum, there won?t be a dull moment during your stay. Staying here in your RV rental is an easy choice with the huge sites and easy access making even the most untrained novice look like a pro.

Scandia RV Park

campground Bend, OR
Right in downtown Scandia is a good shakedown stop when you pickup or drop off your RV rental to the local owner. With paved roads and sites you have easy navigation. Nearby shopping and restraunts including the outlets allow you to stock up before heading out in your RV rental.

Mt. Bachelor

attraction Bend, OR
Mt. Bachelor is a known skiing destination but it also offers many summer recreational activities. During the winter you and your family can take skiing or snowboarding lessons, you can travel by dogsled, or go on a snowshoe tour. During the summer you can enjoy scenic chair lift rides, biking, hiking, beer tours and so much more.

High Desert Museum

attraction Bend, OR
The High Desert Museum presents wildlife, culture, art and natural resources to cultivate and understanding and appreciation of the high desert environment. Through indoor and outdoor exhibits, wildlife in natural-like habitats, and living history demonstrations visitors will come to understand the rich cultural and natural heritage of North America's high desert country.

Tumalo State Park

campground Bend, OR
The park is nestled between the Deschutes River and the Cascade mountains. Clear alpine lakes, trout streams, endless hiking and mountain bike trails are at your reach. The park is home to an array of bird species perfect for birding activities. As the sun sets, you can listen to coyotes, and watch the sun move below the rim of the canyon. You can enjoy the scent of juniper and sage as you watch the stars above you. If you want to take a break from the RV you and your family can also stay in a yurt or camp. Great spots for travel trailer rental.

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Recommendations for Redmond, OR from Outdoorsy Owners


It's famous for rock climbing andgiking.hiking, camping goods weather and good people

Apr 29, 2018

Fantastic food, good wine list and an early dinner special (prior to 5:30). Be sure to make a reservation, busy even on a Tuesday. Great experience.

Mar 14, 2018

Very nice park to stay in Bend. Large sites and well maintained. Would be a great place for a longer term stay. Is a bit $$$ but worth it. Look for a gold or platinum spot to minimize road noise.

Mar 14, 2018