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The historic Old Mill District is now a pleasing mixture of homes, retail shops, restaurants, offices and entertainment. Thanks to a revitalization that opened in 2000, both residents and visitors can enjoy the vintage feel of the Old Mill District. MORE

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Farmland with Mount Bachelor in the background shows Oregon's geographic diversity, from rich, fertile fields, to crystal lakes and rivers, to majestic snow-capped mountains. MORE

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The road to La Pine offers a trip back to community values. The main community activity is an annual 4th of July celebration called Frontier Days with many festive activities and fun for the whole family, whether local or tourist. MORE

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Mount Bachelor, easily accessible from Bend and Sunriver, offers skiing and snowboarding for Olympic hopefuls as well as families enjoying winter sports. Each winter skiers and snowboarders with varying skill levels enjoy its deep, dry powder. MORE

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People enjoy Drake Park year-round making it the most popular public park in Bend. Ponderosa Pines, many deciduous hardwood trees, and the Deschutes River at Mirror Pond make it one of the most beautiful parks as well. MORE

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Residents like being near the various city amenities in nearby Bend, but love to live among acres and acres of trees of all kinds: pines, firs, redwoods, oaks and many others. MORE

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The Facebook Data Center in Prineville has over 6 acres of land and has been a boon to the community, providing jobs and other extras such as donating uniforms for high school sports teams, and providing free dental care for children. MORE

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The rich soil near Prineville provides an excellent setting for farms of all kinds. There are farmers’ markets for locals to buy direct from the farmers providing healthy food and supporting local businesses. MORE

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Homes near Sisters can be one-of-a-kind in a forest, ranch houses in a cozy neighborhood, or tidy townhomes within walking distance of downtown. Wherever they are, they usually have a view of the Three Sisters mountains for which the city is named. MORE

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La Pine’s proximity to the East and Paulina Lakes as well as the Newberry National Park, plus it’s over 300 days of sunshine make it a perfect setting for outdoor activities of all kinds. La Pine’s slogan is "The Outdoors at Your Front Door." MORE

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Located in the high desert in central Oregon, Prineville offers golf courses, fishing holes, and biking trails as well as numerous green spaces and tall forests for both residents and visitors to the area. MORE

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The Old Mill District bridge crosses over the Deschutes River giving access to various historic buildings, such as the Little Red Shed, the Fuel Building, the Powerhouse Building and the Electric Shop, that link the town’s past to its present. MORE

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Homes in La Pine can be vintage homes, modern homes, or a combination, but often come with an acre or so of land to accommodate homeowners who want to farm or raise horses. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the many outdoor amenities year-round. MORE

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Prineville, named for its first merchant, Barney Prine, is located in the high desert and is an active community with many bike paths, parks and greenways, which make it an outdoor haven from early spring to late fall. MORE

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Sisters has an eclectic blend of vintage homes, newer urban areas as well as apartments and traditional subdivisions. Known as the Gateway to the Cascades, it is a unique place to shop, fish and play. Don’t miss the annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show. MORE

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Drake Park offers many features popular with residents, such as nearly a half-mile of waterfront, an outdoor stage, picnic tables, acres of open lawn and Mirror Pond. Many events happen at the park including an annual Independence Day celebration. MORE

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Prineville, with an abundance of sunshine and high-desert vegetation, is the oldest city in Central Oregon, and has several farms that raise horses and ponies. MORE

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The lush landscape of Central Oregon boasts some of the country's finest and most diverse landscape. Outdoor activities abound, with eye-pleasing vistas around every corner. The outdoor experience of the high desert will surely take your breath away. MORE

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