Getting here is the easy part, whether you arrive by car or plane, your introduction to Redmond is sure to be a pleasant one. If you chose to drive into Redmond via Hwy 97 from the North or South or Hwy 126 from the East or West they are both some of the most scenic routes in the state.
Flying into Redmond’s Municipal Airport (Roberts Field - RDM), Central Oregon’s only commercial airport, ensures that you arrive conveniently within Redmond’s city limits, approximately two miles from Redmond’s core. Having just completed a $40 million terminal expansion, this new airport facility is able to provide comfortable direct air travel to 6 cities now and capacity for more well into the future.
The hardest part about visiting Redmond is having to say goodbye, so don’t. Residents will welcome and encourage you to make Redmond your home. Part of the adventure and fun in visiting Redmond is the unique charm and atmosphere; often, this discovery creates a powerful connection which will cause people to plan second and third visits, and ignites the fire to stay in Central Oregon. Don’t be surprised if you immediately sense that this community is special. There is an authentic, caring vibe that radiates from all corners of the community. People really care about you in Redmond and you can’t help but feel that you are welcome and you are home.