Living in Redmond means different things to different locals. Being close to the outdoors is one reason we live here; we love waking up every morning and looking east across the horizon dotted with stars. Community is another reason we choose Redmond; we are in a place where our families can grow and thrive. Everything that Redmond offers tends to collide, making it a place that’s fun for all ages.
Here are some fun things to do with your family in Redmond, Oregon.
725 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond
When summer arrives, so does the heat! Water is a welcome relief, and you and your kids don’t have to go far to have some fun in the sun. The Splash Park in Centennial Park has water features that kids can play in to cool off on a hot day. The park is often full of children, which means your kids can find some new friends!
1100 SW Lake Court, Redmond
If your child likes to fish, they can practice their cast at Fireman’s Pond in downtown Redmond. Stocked with bluegill, crappie, and bass by the Redmond Fire Department, anglers younger than 14 are allowed to fish in the community pond.
1859 NE Maple, Redmond
Located at the High Desert Sports Complex, Smith Rock BMX holds races for all ages. Whether they want to win a trophy or just want to practice some bike tricks, this park is an awesome place for some family fun.
SW Airport Way, Between 6th & 13th Streets, Redmond
The Redmond Caves, created from lava tubes, are on the east side of town. They’re a no-cost way to get out of the heat on a summer day and a good learning experience for budding geologists!
Redmond Ice Skating Rink
446 SW 7th St., Redmond
Redmond’s outdoor ice skating rink is a great winter activity for the family. Opening for the 2018/2019 season on November 17th, get ready to make some memories on the ice this winter.
Eagle Crest Resort Ridge Pro Shop
8300 Cooper Hawk Dr., Redmond
Practicing and perfecting your putt together is a great way to strengthen family bonds. Golfers under 14 can practice at the local putting course for only $6.00. Open from March 15th to November 15th.
Whether you head out to Smith Rock for some family-friendly mountain biking or rock climbing, or go on a ride on one of the many trails at the High Desert Sports Complex, there is no shortage of outdoor recreation in Redmond. Other nearby recreational activities include skiing and hiking at Hoodoo and Mt. Bachelor and the surrounding Cascades.
Living in Redmond | Prairie Crossing
Living in Redmond offers something special for the whole family. Prairie Crossing is conveniently located minutes away from family fun activities in Redmond. Our new home development offers sustainable custom-inspired homes in construction now, and a growing community where you and the whole family will always have something to do. Join our waitlist to be the first to know about new homes at Prairie Crossing.