TownePlace Suites Bend

Address: 755 SW 13th Place, Bend, Oregon, 97702, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 755 SW 13th Place, Bend, is near Cog Wild Mountain Bike Tours, Lava Lands Visitor Center, Deschutes National Forest, and Deschutes National Forest.
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      Travel Blogs from Bend

      Over Hill, Over Dale, We Hit The Dusty Trail

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 01, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... a very nice full service campground, a beautiful picnic area and a logging museum. This family oriented camp is quiet which makes for a restful night.

      Saturday we continue north on Highway 97 to Bend, Oregon. We have traveled this route several times and always enjoy doing so. The lodgepole, sugar and ponderosa pines lining the highway bely the high desert. We pass through several small communities to reach Bend, pop. 82,000. Crown Villa RV Resort is a fair weather ...

      Week in Bend OR

      A travel blog entry by graciabarr on May 31, 2014

      22 photos

      ... in the desert cities of Arizona, people are a little grumpy that the broiling hot summer is about to begin. Still, I do discern that people are more open, friendly, and exuberant here. It seems to be a fairly wealthy area. As I look around, it seems like they know what they're doing here to make this a very livable city, and it seems important to the people here to recycle and do things in an environmentally smart way. It just seems like a town where it and that was ...

      Bend, Cascade Lakes, and Lava Casts!

      A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jul 30, 2013

      25 photos

      ... This observatory was built from lava rock so that visitors could view the nine primary mountaintops that helped shape the landscape. Because of the nature of lava rock, the builders had to take a lot of time to let nature dictate how the rocks were put together. It was an architectural and engineering marvel! When done, we made our way back to camp and got ready to set out for our next adventure, which would take us to Crater Lake! Lots of love, ...

      Perfect Biking Roads

      A travel blog entry by davey1212 on Jul 18, 2013

      48 photos

      ... using the spotlight on the sidecar. Great. It was still warm so only T shirts required. Park has shown me plenty of routes to take in the US so looking forward to riding as many of them as possible.Good nights sleep, said our goodbyes and off on the road again Thank you, Park, for your hospitality & friendship. Much appreciated. ...

      Spectacular Crater Lake!

      A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jun 16, 2013

      9 photos

      ... group that formed during the Ice Age. This subspecies is being seriously considered for the endangered species list. This fox is gray with a white tip on its long, bushy tail.

      The other interesting article was about the use of "lidar" to survey CLNP. Lidar is a technology that can provide high-level images of the Earth’s surface. It uses light waves to make very accurate measurements. It’s amazing ...