Top Things to Do in Bend Oregon Today | Helicopter Tours

Visiting Bend this year? Bend a great place to try new adventures and tours, local flavors, family tours, tent camper rentals and music festivals. You will find amazing food, top-notch coffee, and local beer in abundance and no matter what your interests are, you will find something that fits you and the whole family in Bend.

Helicopter Tours Over The Snow-Capped Cascades

Tours and adventures in Bend, Oregon. Helicopter tours in Bend allow you to see more and go further. Our Cascades Ring of Fire Helicopter Tour is an unforgettable 80 mile scenic helicopter adventure for Bend visitors who want to experience as much of our magnificent snow-capped Cascade Range as possible. Paired with a complimentary wine tasting and bottle of wine after your flight, we have your day of exploring Bend covered. On this spectacular mountain helicopter tour you’ll soon be flying with us above the summits of Bend, with gorgeous views of snow-capped Cascade Mountains stretching from north to south and including Mount Hood, Mount Jefferson, Three Fingered Jack, Mount Washington, North Sister, Middle Sister, South Sister, Broken Top, and Mount Bachelor. It’s scenic flying that will leave you with lasting memories book your flight today!

Explore Local Breweries Across Bend

With nearly 30 breweries located in Central Oregon – the majority of which are located right in Bend – you can’t visit without trying a few signature brews. Whether you are in the Old Mill District or right in the heart of downtown, you will find a brewery on almost every corner in Bend. Stop by the 10 Barrel Brewing Co. for an Apocalypse IPA or black currant Fruit Crush. Or you can swing over to Cascade Lakes Brewing Company for a Pineapple Kush, another American style Indian Pale Ale. You can always check out the Bend Ale Trail if you want to sample a bit of everything Bend wants to offer. Or you can complete the trail without drinking anything if you just want some cool prizes and bragging rights.

Float The Deschutes River In Bend

The Deschutes River that flows through Bend offers a lot of activities and fun for families (and pups) during the summer. You can bring your own gear – storing it at one of several nearby lodging options – or rent what you need on your trip in order to enjoy all that the river has to offer. Tube floating is always a possibility as is canoeing and kayaking, but paddle boarding is one of the most popular activities and most fun things to do in Bend, Oregon. You can even find parts of the river that are suitable for white water rafting. Some rental places can even fit you with gear to take your dog out with you.

Rent a $99 Tent Camper and Go Camping

Rent a rugged, spacious, travel trailer tent camper in Bend, Oregon for just $99 a day! Featuring Manley Outback Adventure Trailers and Rooftop Tents from Bend based Freespirit Recreation, our travel trailer tent campers can be decked out with everything you’ll need for your next exciting Oregon camping adventure. Add in a gourmet kitchen, chairs, cooler, tactical hammocks for two, solar lighting, deck of cards and you’ll be all set for music festivals, hot springs, the Oregon coast and glamping adventures of every kind! RV rentals can be cumbersome and expensive with hidden extras like additional miles and cleaning fees. Why fuss with a garage full of old camping gear on your next adventure in Oregon when you can drive away with your own fully stocked luxury travel trailer tent camper offering the best night’s sleep you’ll have in the great outdoors? Book today!

Summer Concerts in Bend, Oregon

The Northwest is a great place for alternative music, and there are some excellent venues to see a local show, including the Les Schwab Amphitheater located in the Old Mill District. You can find some big-name bands here throughout the year. But until recently, Les Schwab Amphitheater was known for their free local concerts every Sunday during the summer.