After a long day at the park you won’t have to go far to get great food.
Just 5 minutes from the park entrance is the award-winning Terrebonne Depot. This 100 year-old former train station has been resurrected into a full bar and fresh food restaurant. Meats and organic seasonal vegetables are sourced locally.
Need a quick sugar boost on a hot day? Stop by by the historic very old west Juniper Junction building just outside the park.
It's home of the climbing gear and souvenir shop Rock Hard, where they serve up huckleberry ice cream cones.
Other eateries in Terrebonne cover your basic pub fare, as well as pizza and fast food. See the gallery below for images of the options in this tiny town.
Looking just for gourmet coffee on the way in or craft beer after a hard climb? The local climbing shop, Redpoint has you covered.
Drive 15 minutes into Redmond and discover a surprising range of restaurant options to the area, from Vietnamese to Peruvian. The downtown area has breweries, steak and sushi, Mexican, Italian, and more within a few block radius.
Staying in Bend? The options are too numerous to go into detail here. We like what Yelp has to say. Yum!